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Access issues inherited from Bulahdelah

Major access issues in all areas at present. Walking through the state forest is fine but DO NOT CLIMB south of the lookout. Permission has been granted by the new landholders to climb on the northern part of the cliffs. This includes the Beehive, Fiegs overhang and the Cave. However getting there is tricky. A landowner to the north is alleging climbers have damaged his property. Do not cross at the water reservoir or trespass on the northwest side of the ridge. Parking down near the golf course, then skirting the southern boundary of the golf course will keep you on the land we have permission to access. Hopefully a map of this will appear soon.

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.


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Up past thin crack to ledge then diagonally right through overlap

FA: V Wills, 2013

Thin diagonal crack on wall with sapling at half height. Dirty, but possible to top rope now from anchors of CC. Takes thin gear

Start up cracks to high first bolt then up arete moving right to anchor

FA: V Wills & Dave Gray, Nov 2013

Climb the north facing wall just left of corner chimney.

FA: John Wilde, 2006

Up the vague arete, going left into flake the up the wall to lower off as for Aussie Ocker.

FA: John Wilde, 2005

Just left of arete, up to diagonal flake, then trend right and continue up to high lower off.

FA: John Wilde, 2005

Left route on the main wall before the gully/chimney.

FA: Daniel Wilde, 2005

Using both walls, climb the line of bolts in the chasm between the 2 main walls. It will be the hardest grade 12 ever if short.

FA: David Gray, 2013

As for A, but up the left side of the chasm between the two main walls as a face climb

FA: D Gray & V wills, Nov 2013

Crack at left side of chasm to tree, then continue up arete with little gear to anchors of BB/A.

FA: Unknown

On white wall on FHs, 2m R of GATG. Up through bulges to anchors

FA: Daniel Wilde, 2013

The great smooth white rock. Thin moves up to good jugs before the final sequence.

FA: John Wilde, 2005

Start up hanging chimney below the left arête of the Grandpa and the Goanna wall. Up chimney then follow bolts up and right.

FA: Dave Gray & Vanessa Wills, 2013


Check out what is happening in Tea wall.