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Wild Dog Wall are directly below the upper Fort Knox car park but at the bottom of the valley (two tiers down)


head down towards the twilight zone but instead of cutting back continue diagonally downhill (towards creek) to get down another tier in the cliff. once you are down next tier cut back under cliff until you reach the wall. Its a bit further than you think it will be.

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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21 ** Moon Shadow Mixed 20m, 5

Start on face and cnr crack below first BR and fig tree. Can solo to first BR. Follow BR and crack line to top. (Don't use tree) 5 BR's plus SLCD. Tree Belay Single BR for directional.

FFA: Bruce Jones, 1996

15 * Gopher Unknown 15m

Up to big bowl, then up to tree. All gear

19 Adder Trad 20m

5m right of Moon Shadow. Follow crack to top. Finish to the right of tree. Crux at top. Most of the climb is 16-18 but the top move is a little scary and is about 19. Natural Pro and belay.

FFA: Bruce Jones, 1996

23 Sting Mixed 15m, 3

1m right of 'Adder'. Up face to tree. 3BRs plus SLCD's. Tree Belay.

FFA: Bruce Jones, 1996

18 Monkey Boots Mixed 19m, 5

The arete 5/6m right of 'Adder'. Start around on the right face. Use brass offset or RP past first BR. A little contrived but generally follow arete and BR's. Beware Chossy rock. 5 BR's plus 2 natural. DB Belay.

FFA: Bruce Jones, 1996

16 Stoned Trad 15m

The second obvious crack to the right of 'Monkey Boots'. Crack to tree then Cnr crack to top. Beware loose rocks. Natural Pro and Belay.

FFA: Bruce Jones, 1996


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