Canine Wall Rock climbing6 routes in sector
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Access issues inherited from Wonderland
Wonderland is in Conglomerate State Forest. Camping, dogs and bolting are all legal.©
Ethic inherited from Wonderland
Bolting of routes is legal and there is quite a bit of potential for new lines. Most older routes top-out and adding bolt anchors at the top is deemed acceptable in the interest of preserving vegetation at the top of the cliff. Replacing bolts on routes is OK if required but adding bolts to existing routes is not. The sandstone often offers solid, natural protection which should be used instead of fixed protection where possible.©
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The black wall around the corner from Warped Wall. Sustained climbing past about 4 bolts and trad gear to a chain belay.
FA: G. Dean & G. Gilchrist, 1993
The right hand side of the black wall, about 4m left of the gully. Climb steep wall on superb rock. 4 bolts plus trad gear to a chain belay.
FA: G. Dean & K. Bennett, 1991
The overhanging, black arete left of the offwidth crack. Up past bolts to top-out.
FA: B. Christian, 1996
The undercut, grey wall right right of the offwidth crack. Around the roof, up the wall and top out.
FA: G. Low, 1996
1m left of Canine Conflagration. Excellent climbing on good rock. Up blocks to bottom of orange wall. Up wall to roof. 3 bolts and cams (for under the roof). Double bolt belay.
FA: G. Dean & A. Stephens, 1992
Start at the 1m roof leading to a flake.
Scamble up the block, move right under the roof and then up the flake to a ledge.
From the right hand end of the ledge, follow the arete to the top.
FA: E. Sharp & B. Birchall, 1991