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The 'Main Wall' at 'Tinbeerwah' has plenty of bolted sport climbs but also a handful of trad and aid routes. The leftmost end of the cliff is relatively low but it quickly becomes higher as you head further right.
Climbs are listed from left to right.
Access issues inherited from Mt Tinbeerwah
'Mt Tinbeerwah' is within the Tewantin National Park. Please respect the environment and other people's enjoyment of it. Access to climbing here is a privilege, not a right.
From the carpark at the top of 'Tinbeerwah' walk along the main path towards the lookout. After about 5 minutes, the path reaches the top of the 'Main Wall' at its leftmost (northern) end. A track down to the bottom starts here near the first section of fencing, or you can use the rings along the clifftop to rap down.
Many of the pitches on 'Main Wall' are longer than half a rope length. Therefore you either need to top belay up a second climber or rap off using two ropes.
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