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Long/Lat: 153.004054, -30.061296
It was about 1996 when Ben Christian, Gordon Low, and Jeff Gracie (I think it's Gracie...?) started poking around here. Saw very little attention until about 2009, when Rhys Van Gastel and Nic Wagland finished off a steep project of Low's past the death traverse, that went at 25. Plenty of potential further along the cliffline.
- 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. Bolts with fixed hangers and routes with lower-offs are encouraged. Tape on the first bolt of a route indicates routes that are incomplete. Please respect these routes as projects until the tape is removed.
The First Wall you come to next to access Gully
First route next to access point. Up pocketed face. Needs Rebolting
Start under slab, up to ledge and then up awesome orange wall to anchors under lip
Stephen Hawkshaw 2 years ago|
Line 5m right of slab. Up orange face, through roof then up black face to anchors. Overdue for a rebolt
Stephen Hawkshaw 2 years ago|
Sex in Space
2 metres to the right of route three. Easy past two old fixed hangers to rest under roof, then crazy jump move, only possible if you're tall, then slightly pumpy wall to top. Mix of old hangers on easier ground and new ring bolts on harder sections.
FFA: Rhys Van Gastel,
FA: Rhys Van Gastel, 2010
|23||Second Line||18m||1.1. Main Wall|
|24||Third Line||18m||1.1. Main Wall|
|26||Sex in Space||615m ,||1.1. Main Wall|
|?||First Line||12m||1.1. Main Wall|