Good warmups or beginner routes. This is named after a famous animal character, not the famous poo dog. It is the slabby wall right of the descent gully at the end of 'Goodvibes Wall'. Much potential still exists especially for beginners. There are some natural lines that have been done through the horizontal breaks here but have not been recorded.

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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Left most climb on Pooh Wall. 2 bolts to rings.

FA: Paul Daniel & Tristan Ricketts, 2001

3 bolts, finish as per CRTB

FA: Paul Daniel & Tristan Ricketts, 2001

1m right of PGP. 2 bolts and a fixed hanger, finish as per TM.

FA: Tristan Ricketts & Paul Daniel, 2001

Start at yellow paw print on wall at knee height. 1m right of PGADITHP, 2 bolts to rings.

FA: M. Cloonan, Tristan Ricketts & Paul Daniel, 2001

1m right of TM. Natural gear (cams) in breaks, 1 fixed hanger, finish at rings above TM

FA: Martin Cloonan & Tristan Ricketts, 2001

15m right of ET. Up the big pale streak at the large tree. Up line of bolts to 2 large fixed hangers.

2m right of the pale streak. 2 bolts to chains. This climb is purposely run out, so take some natural pro for the breaks if that worries you.

FA: Tristan Ricketts & Paul Daniel, 2001

In the middle of the wall, great climb for beginners, up the wall past nicely spaced bolts to a lower off in the groove down right of the tree.

FA: H. Friedberg & Jeff Gracie, 1997

4m right of WTPGHH. Through the large scoop, six CARROT BOLTS to chains at back of large scoop at top. The position of these chains means the rope is running over an edge for the lower off but the chains at WTPGHH can be used as an alternative. Apparently this was set up as a trainer for lead climbing.

3m right of WTPGHH around where there is a dish like depression half way up.

FA: Bruce Jones & Clarkson Walter, 1998

1m right of PS

FA: Bruce Jones & Clarkson Walter, 1998

Bottomless to BR, then up black rock on gear

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