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Start at left end of the main wall see topo.

  1. 60m, Grade 6 - Up, trending right of ledge to belay off cams in groove.

  2. 50m, Grade 10 - Up easily to the red tide line, then start traversing. Pass one bolt and belay at the next on the blunt arête.

  3. 56m Grade 6 - Continue traverse past one BR to a 3-cam belay.

  4. 55m, Grade 8 - Traverse right. Belay 2-3m past a corner using cams.

  5. 55m, Grade 8 - Travers right. Ste down onto a bushy ledge for a cam belay

  6. 55m, Grade7 - Follow the plates right to to a DBB before the waterfall.

  7. 55m, Grade 13 - The Waterfall - follow the bolts across the waterfall, then step up and arounf the arête for cam placements. Cam belay when the rope runs out (you should be able to see your belayer)

  8. 58m, Grade 3 - Easily R to DBB

  9. 58m, Grade 8 - R past shallow corner and DBB before runnel.

  10. 60m, Grade 14 - Step adown and across the runnel. Easily to bolt on arête then run-out to next arête for SBB + cam/nut.

  11. 35m, Grade 16 (crux) - R past shallow corner and around pillar. Step up onto dinner plates to clip next bolt, then step down and R to next. Move up and R again to get to clean slab. Mantle down a body length to easier traverse, then clip higher bolt to protect the second. DRB belay.

  12. 58m, Grade 11 - R around the arête. Slightly down and R across the bowl, then down and R again to DBB on big fin.

  13. 60m, Grade 10 - Second Waterfall - CLimb down L side of ledge, place a wire and traverse into and easily across the waterfall, losing a couple of meters to gain an easy traverse line on the next wall. Continue R (bolt) to reach the base of the Kon-Tiki face. Continue past DBB (Ripples, 20) to belay at DRB (Ra Ra Ra, 20)

  14. 56m Grade 15 - The Fragile Pitch - R 8m then step up (bolt?)and continue R another 12m. Step up again (BR) and more easily R to DBB

  15. 59m, Grade 8 - Climb down 2-3m, then right across a runnel (BR). Continue easily to good sloping stance, SBB + cam.

  16. 59m, Grade 2 - Obvious travers line to SBB (+ cam)

  17. 59m, Grade 6 - The Horn Pitch - Sling the phallic horn on your way to the large bushy ledge. SBB + cam.

  18. 52m, Grade 12 - The Turret pitch and some vertical climbing! -Up shallow groove (no pro) then between the horns to a shallow corner (BR). Up the rounded arête to the final, well protected exit crack.

Descent - Rap 22m from rings to the right of the last belay. Walk L (facing away from the cliff) past the Coral Cave, then down the scrubby slabs into the bush. Trend back right to reach the more open plateau.

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Route History:

  • First Ascent: Martin Jackson & Steve Toal, 2013

    Longest climb in Australia is a pleasant adventure in a remote setting

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Located in Pacific Ocean Wall approx:
Lat/Long: -36.986516,142.445812

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