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Single-pitch sport climbs, close to the car-park. A few good routes and easier access than most, although a little tricky to find the first time.


Access issues inherited from Bungonia Gorge

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Park at Bungonia Lookdown carpark. Walk towards the lookout and hop over the fence to the left just before you get to it. Follow the rim of the gorge for 50m to a spur or headland. (If you walk out on the headland you can look back to the lookout). From the headland head diagonally downhill and left (looking out) until you see a 15m high buttress. The buttress has a cave that goes all the way through and out the other side. The first three routes are left, right and through the cave. For 'top wall' routes, crawl through the cave and follow the contour right for around 50m.

For Reflux Crag proper, skirt under the buttress (past a 5m high sport project on a mini-arete) and follow the contour right from here.


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Left line on slabby arete. make sure to stick clip the 1st hanger. Single carabiner lower off.

A slabby arete, left of the through-the-cliff cave. The grade is a bit of a guess. Approx location -34.79761, 150.01740

Juggy left-trending line of holds, starting just right of the through-the-cliff cave on its eastern side.

Starting on the western side of the walk-through cave, starting just to its right.

FA: Simon Vaughan, 2009

Start with big moves straight up arete. Starting up crack is only grade 15.

Juggy start, crux last move.

A short, steep arete next to the approach track. Needs a few more bolts to finish, still a super fun project with some great moves.

Up the obvious crack, then back right to lower offs.

5m right of the arete project is another sport route

FA: Simon Vaughan

FA: Mike Law Smith

Great climb, up arete, into the crack then back out for a powerful side pull/mantle using finger crack. Smear up to double ring loweroffs

Revamped as a sporty on brackets

FA: Mike Law Smith

FA: Simon Vaughan


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