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Table of contents

1. Middle Wall 7 routes in Area

All Sport

Long/Lat: 151.124982, -33.631592

Description:© (rodw)

Approx 15m high slab on the left end with short steep 8-10 metre section on the right hand end.

Approach:© (rodw)

Halfway along mesh fence of Motocross compound is a large gum tree, turn left and follow cairns down through the bush to the top of the crag. Best access is down left side facing wall.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Best of the Shaved

Step left at 2nd bolt then up. 4 RB's to lower offs

Start: Start as for CFZ

FA: David Filan, 2007

19 Sport 8m
2 * Care Factor Zero

Left side of slab. 3 RB's to lower offs.

Start: Left side of slab.

FA: Rod Wills, 2007

18 Sport 9m
3 * Ecstatic Addict

Up centre of wall left side of obvious feature. 3 RB's to lower offs

Start: 3m rt of CFZ

FA: Kevn Van Tilburg, 2007

18 Sport 10m
4 * Midge Madness

Up centre of wall on right side of obvious feature.4RB's to lower offs.

Start: 2m rt of EA.

FA: V Wills, 2004

21 Sport 10m
5 Well it Ain't Everest

Steep start to slabby finish, lowers offs over ledge. 2 RB's to shared lower offs (or walk off).

Start: 8m rt of Pr.

FA: Rod Wills, 2007

17 Sport 7m
6 Well it Ain't K2

Steep start to slabby finish, lowers offs over ledge. 2 RB's to shared lower offs (or walk off).

Start: 2m rt of WIAE.

FA: Rod Wills, 2007

17 Sport 7m
7 Project

Project stay off, right side of cave, tending straight up out of cave.2 RB's to lower offs

Start: Same start as for Pr

Sport 6m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
17 Well it Ain't Everest Sport 7m
Well it Ain't K2 Sport 7m
18 * Care Factor Zero Sport 9m
* Ecstatic Addict Sport 10m
19 * Best of the Shaved Sport 8m
21 * Midge Madness Sport 10m
? Project Sport 6m