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Table of contents

1. Grandpa wall 13 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Trad and Sport
Access Issues: inherited from Bulahdelah

Parking can get a bit congested at times so it is best to carpool if possile. If heading to the Goat Cave then do not drive in or park in front of the gate as the neighbouring landowner has indicated he doesn't want cars blocking access to his property. Park to the side of the gate and walk the fire trail.

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.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Wedgetail Politics

Start up in gully at right end of wall on lovely orange rock past 3 RBs

FA: D Gray, V Wills, 2013

19Sport 8m, 3
2 * Nessbot

Start just right of offwidth following thin crack and funky threader to diagonal crack trending right at 2/3 height to finish on anchors of WTP

FA: David Gray, Vanessa Wills, 2013

17Trad 15m
3 Poppy-bot

The offwidth. At top of crack place some small gear and step left to anchors of PE

FA: Vanessa Wills, David Gray, 2013

12Trad 15m
4 Pa excellence

1m left of crack up white crack into orange alcove, then after clipping 3rd bolt step left onto arete and up.

FA: Vanessa Wills, David Gray, 2013

17Trad 15m
5 Three Pops 14Trad 15m
6 Grumpy Old Men 18Trad 15m
7 Top of the Pops 15Trad 15m
8 Johnnys new route 19Trad 15m
9 Dirty Old Man

FA: JRW, 2008

19Trad 18m
10 Dirt Bag

The left route on hex bolts. Often dirty from runoff on the wall above.

FA: John Wilde, 2005

17Sport 15m
11 Sucia negra

1m right of route on FHs. Climb thin crack with RP protection, finishing directly up the unprotected slab.

FA: David Gray, 2013

15Trad 15m
12 Dirty Monkey

Up the slab past 3 fixed hangers, often covered in dirt and pine needles. Anchors are under there somewhere.

FA: Melanie Wilde, 2005

14Sport 15m
13 * Blancanieves

bold climbing up the white streak several metres left of FH route. An old hanger less bolt stud at half height offers the only protection, though is after the crux.

FA: David Gray, 2013

17Mixed 15m, 1

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
12 Poppy-bot Trad 15m
14 Dirty Monkey Sport 15m
Three Pops Trad 15m
15 Sucia negra Trad 15m
Top of the Pops Trad 15m
17 * Blancanieves Mixed 15m, 1
Dirt Bag Sport 15m
* Nessbot Trad 15m
Pa excellence Trad 15m
18 Grumpy Old Men Trad 15m
19 Dirty Old Man Trad 18m
Johnnys new route Trad 15m
Wedgetail Politics Sport 8m, 3