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A crag developed by Dave Barnes and friends earlier in this 21st century. Mudstone that yeilds a handfull of worthwhile routes. Mostly bolted and up to 20m in hight. See Thesarvo for more information.


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The butress of rock you arrive at when walking from the bottom. The obvious corner finishing around R of small overhang.

A neat little thing. FH and 1 RB. Tree Belay.

Just around the corner from previous climb.

There is a DBB at the top.

FA: 2004

The dirty gully come crack with a can embedded in it. Beware of loose rock.

Named after my son. Start as for V but travel up the cracks on R, SLCD and wires. On approaching ledge sling tree on L then head up staying R into steep corner, BR. Head out R onto nose and follow it up passing two RB’s.

A must do. Start in crack. Up passing wire/friend placements to R side of ledge and a cave. Up the R of the cave and onto slab, FH, to guano stain and base of crack proper, 2.5 SLCD. Up crack passing two more FH’s. Tree belay.

The obvious open book corner on R of main wall. Layback the cool corner passing two RB’s. Traverse R a bit to rest. Up short steep wall, 3 RB’s to ledge. Avoid the big loose block above and up the crack and wall (gear) on its L side to top. DBB.

Start 15m R of main crag.Scramble up to start. Stay on L of wall following the line of holds. Consistently tricky climbing. 5 FH’s. Chain.

Start as for HM. Up HM till third RB then trend up steps L to shallow corner, RB. Up passing three more RB’s to DR's.

The RH arete. A tricky start gets you onto the arête, RB. Pass another 2 RB’s and three BR’s. Don’t chicken off left at end, you can slot a medium wire in the bulge if you need. DR's.

15m R of HM. Considerably harder than it appears. Follow the corner passing two FH’s. Some medium SLCD’s come in handy near end. DBB.

At far Right of the crag is a brushed line 25m R of CC. Follow the wall with natural placements all the way. Tree Belay.


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