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Long/Lat: 152.222664, -32.414589
On the left of the higher walking track- the first small pinnacle. Can be approached easier from lower walking track. past old water tower. About 50 metres from car park.
- Access Issues: inherited from Bulahdelah
Major access issues in all areas at present. Avoiding the area is best strategy at present(dec 2015) or risk inflaming the situation. A landowner to the north is alleging climbers have damaged his property. Avoid private landholdings and do not trespass.
- Ethic: inherited from Bulahdelah
If you intend to bolt then it is best to speak to the locals as they will inform you of the do's and don'ts of bolting in the area.
The scramble up the back of the pinnacle. Not sure why it has bolts, but could be good for kiddies or used to set up top rope.
First pinnacle spiral
Start on left wall, left of slightly misplaced bolts and after second bolt head right to, and around arete. To shared chain on top of pinnacle
A mixture of bolts due to the habit of this rock chewing up drill bits. Now fully bolted and safe to lead. Undercut start trending left past 2nd bolt. Finish on old chain anchor or new anchor to right.
Harder than Diamonds
The rock that is, used 4new drill bits. Great moves to nice easy finish on slab. The route that starts under the right leaning crack
FA: VWills, 2012
|17||First pinnacle spiral||10m|
|25||Harder than Diamonds||712m,|