Ethic inherited from Fort Knox

Fort Knox is a sport Crag. There are a few trad lines or mixed routes and theses are marked as such but in general you can have a great day with a handful of quickdraws and a rope.


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Climbs up wall traversing left to top out passing 5 Carrots. No Anchor

FA: Bruce Jones, 1996

Up the nice corner crack, step left around the roof and then tend right to the bolts at the lip.

FA: Brian Cork, 1997

About 2m right of Corkys Crack. Up the wall past 2 bolts and then through the rooflet on trad gear. Anchor bolts at the lip. A little bit spicy.

FA: Brian Cork & Toby Holmes, 16 Jun 2012

Up featured wall 5m left of andy goodvibes

FA: Brian Cork, 2012

Up slab 2m left of AG. A fine route with lots of interesting holds and moves.

FA: L Gray, Jun 2012

A fantastic slab with a great little crux roof. The orange streak about 15m right of 'Corky's crack'. Up pockets on orange section, then crux move onto the gray slab with progressively better moves to the top.

FA: Jeff Gracie, 1996

3m right of AG, step right on good foot holds to reach the first bolt. Follow bolts to lower off. Carrots

FA: Ben Christian, 1996

One of the longest routes at Knox. Same start and first bolt as CT. Stick clip. Strenuously through the roof and then a rising traverse through a series of cool flakes. Probably only about 17 after the tricky start.

FA: Brian Cork & Brad Poidevin, 4 Aug 2013

Start on the arête at the start of the big ledge/cave, 15m R of AG. Stick clip. Traverse left along the rails and then straight up the featured face.

FA: Brian Cork, 4 Aug 2013

The corner/arete 2m right of CT. Stick clip first bolt, Jug up to a tricky move or two in the corner to the arête and then right up the face. Nice pockets up high.

FA: Gordon Low, 1997

Obvious Corner Crack. Up into the juggy corner, around the roof and up a nice hand crack to a tree.

FA: Brian Cork, 2011

Hard looking roof through hangers

Start in Back of cave, out through 5m roof to gain headwall and up.

FA: Alan Ezzy, 2012

The right most route on the corner. First clip hanger from ledge, then power through some great juggy roof moves onto slopers then up face to chains.

FA: Gordon Low, 1997


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