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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityUnknown, Trad and Alpine
Long/Lat: 146.472406, -43.274898
- Unique Features And Strengths:
Big wilderness climbing in sensational world class environment.
One of Australia's biggest cliffs in a remote location. The North West Face is outstanding. Adventure Climbing.
- Access Issues:
Solid two day walk. This is not an ordinary walk especially with climbing gear. Some of the most difficult and stunning country in Australia. World Heritage National Park.
Moss Ridge from Farmhouse Creek.
- Where To Stay:
In the hotel on Bechervaise Plateau
A long history but climbing is infrequent due to location, weather and nature if the cliff.
|2||The North West Face||17||330m|
|3||The North West Face Direct||18||220m|
|4||Joe and Simon Go Gardening||18||280m|
|6||Wild West Route||13||250m|
Unknown, Alpine and Trad
|1||MUMC Route No. 3||14||190m|
|2||MUMC Route No. 4||15||120m|
Interesting climbing with some dodgy gear
|5||The Climbing Gully||12||36m|
South western cliffs
The normal route
The cairned bush walkers route up Federation
|5||The normal route||100m||1.3. South western cliffs|
|12||The Climbing Gully||36m||1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face|
|13||Wild West Route||250m||1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge|
|Uncertain Day||110m||1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face|
|14||MUMC Route No. 3||190m||1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face|
|North-East Corner||140m||1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face|
|15||MUMC Route No. 4||120m||1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face|
|16||Carlyle||270m||1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge|
|17||Golden Diedre||140m||1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face|
|Blade Ridge||420m||1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge|
|The North West Face||330m||1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge|
|18||Joe and Simon Go Gardening||280m||1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge|
|The North West Face Direct||220m||1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge|