- Height: 140m
- Pitches: 3
- Description:© (gremlin)
An adventure route that traverses the obvious right leaning ramp high up on the wall of the south east ridge side of waterfall gorge. Double ropes and a bunch of long slings are advised.
Start: As the tourist track drops into 'Waterfall' Gorge. Walk upstream for 10m until you spy a small palm tree on the left.
45m (4) Scramle up past palm tree onto ledge, left off the ledge to climb up a small arete (groundfall potential) to a small tree. Go left to find some gear then right up the line of least resistance past a few small bushes. Climb up the arete a little toward the obvious ramp before traversing left across the mank to belay off the fig tree.
50m (11) Traverse right off the belay and climb up the arete and ledges with great care to get established on the slab. Good gear in the corner up the slab, when it runs out continue right. Keep heading out right for a spicy exposed finish up to a large tree belay.
45m (2) Beat your chest and swing through the trees off toward the right. Up a small patch of rock and walk off down the tourist track on south east ridge.
- There is no known route history.
Located in Mt Greville approx:
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Route Grade Citations
|11 R||Community registered grade|
|11 R||ACA Route Register|
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