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Tilted to RHS, so steep or overhanging> balance or power
Parking spots down the hill from the boulder bridge / far crag parking. Room for one/two cars. Climb over the guard rail at the faded yellow colored post. Hike down the steepening path (caution: May be hard to access in the wet or after rain). Until reaching the top of the buttress with anchor setups possible for both left and right walls. Descend to the right (looking out over the buttress)
Ethic inherited from Morialta
Morialta provides a place for both traditional and sport climbing, some routes with great gear some with none. However almost everything can be toproped and most are serviced by ring bollards. The gully has been climbed on for decades so there are very few unclimbed lines left. New bolting is banned and any bolt repairs should be done in conjunction with the Climbing Club of South Australia.
The AUMC were exploring Morialta starting at the bottom, so this area was explored in the early 1960s before the areas further upstream. The Buttress (13) features what is probably the oldest bolt in the Adelaide hills.
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