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Description

This is the main wall at Coree with the highest concentration of routes. It also has the easiest access - a big 20m from the car.

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Access issues inherited from Mount Coree

The Coree Summit Trail is closed for ALL motor vehicles as of July 2016 due to a few massive potholes. In December 2016 (as of writing of this note) it was still closed. There are two huge boulders blocking the road just beyond the campground, so you need to leave the car there. The walk is a pleasant half hour up the road (2.6km uphill).

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Routes

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Shares chains with Catatonic.

FA: Justin Ryan & Hamish Meffin

FA: Justin Ryan

FA: John Smart

FA: Chris Warner

A great long route with a tricky start. Shares chains with Laidback International.

FA: Chris Warner

Stem up the arete (!), then bust left through the bulge and up to chains.

FA: Justin Ryan, 2015

Starts 15 meters right of St Vitas' Dance, in the middle of the North buttress. Double ropes are useful.

  1. 15m - step off a block and up the wall heading right to a crack. Move left and up to the first bolt. then right and up left past the second bolt. Step right to the third bolt and across to a ledge and belay

  2. 10m - Up the easy mossy ramp to the top

FA: Simon Carter & Kieran Lawton, 1989

Open project

FA: Justin Ryan

FA: Chris Warner

FA: Chris Warner

FA: Chris Warner

FA: Nathan Wales

FA: Chris Warner

a main crux hold broke off in about 2005. It is now about 26-27.

FA: Chris Warner

The slab off the ledge with rings up higher

FA: Justin Ryan & Chris Warner

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