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Table of contents
- Ethic: inherited from Coffs Harbour
Climbing ethics in the Coffs Harbour area generally follow those of the rest of Australia. The sandstone often offers solid, natural protection which should be used instead of fixed protection where possible. Tape, ribbon, or something similar tied around a bolt or inserted in the route will indicate an incomplete route. Please respect these routes as projects until the marker is removed.
A Volley of Dunlops
SDS, LH arete
SDS at big hueco. Straight up. Probably harder now that the starting foothold has broken
FFA: Artie Schultz
SDS at big hueco. Traverse R and up.
FFA: Rhys Van Gastel
A cool traverse under the lip left of the Scarlet Manuka, cool slopers.
FFA: Artie Schultz, Brian Cork, 2012
The Scarlet Manuka
SDS. Up central, juggy arete.
SDS as per Scarlet Manuka but traverse R onto ramp.
Slap and Tickle
SDS overhanging wall L of RH arete.
Mind the Dab
FA: 6th Jun
SDS, face to R of arete.
|V1||The Scarlet Manuka||4m|
|V2||A Volley of Dunlops||3m|
|Slap and Tickle||2m|
|V6||Mind the Dab||5m|