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Table of contents

1. Federation Peak 13 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
Unknown, Trad and Alpine

Long/Lat: 146.472406, -43.274898

Unique Features And Strengths:

Big wilderness climbing in sensational world class environment.

Description:

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.

Approach:

Moss Ridge from Farmhouse Creek.

Where To Stay:

In the hotel on Bechervaise Plateau

Ethic:

Very trad.

History:

A long history but climbing is infrequent due to location, weather and nature if the cliff.

1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge 6 routes in Area

Summary:
Unknown and Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Blade Ridge 17Unknown 420m
2 The North West Face 17Trad 330m
3 The North West Face Direct 18Trad 220m
4 Joe and Simon Go Gardening 18Unknown 280m
5 Carlyle 16Unknown 270m
6 Wild West Route 13Unknown 250m

1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face 6 routes in Area

Summary:
Unknown, Alpine and Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 MUMC Route No. 3 14Unknown 190m
2 MUMC Route No. 4 15Unknown 120m
3 North-East Corner 14Alpine 140m
4 *** Golden Diedre

Interesting climbing with some dodgy gear

17Trad 140m
5 The Climbing Gully 12Unknown 36m
6 Uncertain Day 13Unknown 110m

1.3. South western cliffs 1 route in Area

Summary:
All Unknown
Description:

South western cliffs

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** The normal route

The cairned bush walkers route up Federation

5Unknown 100m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
5 *** The normal route Unknown 100m 1.3. South western cliffs
12 The Climbing Gully Unknown 36m 1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face
13 Wild West Route Unknown 250m 1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge
Uncertain Day Unknown 110m 1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face
14 MUMC Route No. 3 Unknown 190m 1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face
North-East Corner Alpine 140m 1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face
15 MUMC Route No. 4 Unknown 120m 1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face
16 Carlyle Unknown 270m 1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge
17 *** Golden Diedre Trad 140m 1.2. Bechervaise Plateau Face
Blade Ridge Unknown 420m 1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge
The North West Face Trad 330m 1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge
18 Joe and Simon Go Gardening Unknown 280m 1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge
The North West Face Direct Trad 220m 1.1. North-West Face and Blade Ridge