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Long/Lat: 152.620176, -27.984051
- Access Issues: inherited from Frog Buttress
Access to Frog was recently restricted due to a phytophthora outbreak.
The rangers have installed a boot scrub station. Please use these and help prevent the spread.of the disease.
For more information, see here: http://queenslandclimbing.yuku.com/topic/7354/Update-on-Frog-Closure
- Ethic: inherited from Frog Buttress
Trad climbing centre, the routes with bolts are often quite sporting.
Bitching and Back-stabbing
FA: Paul Hoskins, Chris Frost, Darren Holloway, 1988
FA: Joe Lynch, Rob Staszewski, 1981
Susy G 6 years ago|
Glen Foley 9 years ago
FA: Scott Camps, 1984
tyson adam burns 13 years ago|
FA: John Pearson (early's), 1990
FA: Ted Cais, Ian Thomas, 1973
Benjamin Carter 6 years ago|
|6||Psychedelic Apricot Pitch Two||19||25m||
Benjamin Carter 7 years ago|
Tony Williams 7 years ago
From the right side of 'Plume Ledge' (facing the cliff) Climb the obvious hand crack infront of a forked tree (belay). Great jamming up to a diagonal traverse right to a jug, then up the thinning crack trending slightly left on face holds to top mantle.
FA: Fred From, 1976
Vanessa Wills 8 months ago|
Cameron 8 months ago
|Psychedelic Apricot Pitch Two||25m|
|24||Bitching and Back-stabbing||12m|