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Table of contents
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- 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.
Start under corner/rooflet heading right after bulge to avoid the orchids
FA: VWills, 2012
The arete to the left of the chimney
FA: J Wilde
House with no steps
The bolted climb on the left of the chimney.
FA: John Wilde
From inside chimney start as for Direct staircase but go striaght up through roof to same anchors. A medium cam may help below roof if draw is not on. A bit run out and lichenous.
FA: David Gray, John Wilde, 2012
On the right of the chimney, past a hanger,to finish in the crack out right. An alternate finish goes out left at halfway.
FA: John Wilde, Chris Bentham, 2006
Straight up immaculate white rock 2m left of hanging arete
Set by John Wilde, 2012
Lego Man Hands
Up the hanging arete with a tough start. Project tag still on due to loose block. Finishes on common anchors on top of block
FA: Daniel Wilde
|House with no steps||20m|
|25||Lego Man Hands||15m|