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Description

This little wall is about 25m high and about 80m long. A great little warm up wall offering some of the easiest routes in the gorge. A great place to start to get the feel for limestone.

Access issues inherited from Bungonia Gorge

The park is occasionally closed for feral animal control. Check here: http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/alert/state-alerts

Approach

This little wall is immediately on the left when you get to the bottom of the red track into the slot canyon. 30 mins steep walking from the carpark.

Descent notes

All the routes have lower offs.

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Routes

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The first route on the left just off the red track. Was looking like a nice easy line ground up bolting untill the rock turns to choss.

FFA: Ben Jenga., 5 Nov 2011

A nice tufa route in the middle of the wall. It has some hidden good holds.

FFA: Ben Jenga, 5 Nov 2011

The following routes are at the right-hand end of the wall on the lovely flowstone-covered wall with a small cave on the right side.

Just left of Gilding The Lily. Unfinished sports climb up to lower-off. More bolts needed.

A good warm up on bolts with some tufa up high. Start: 50m upstream from the intersection of the red track and the bottom of the gorge. Depending on the level of water in the lagoon, and the state of the deposited silt and rocks, you might get your feet wet.

FA: Chris Warner, 2003

To the right of Gilding The Lily. Finishes just under the roof at half height.

FA: Chris Warner, 2003

The steep, very bouldery climb at the far end of the wall. Old Chris Warner project. Open

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