Lower Wall Mostly Sport climbing7 routes in cliff
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A short wall of slabby moderate-grade sport routes. Cooler and shadier than the 'Main Wall', it also stays wet for longer.
All bolts are carrot bolts (BRs in the descriptions) so bring bolt plates. Most, though not all, climbs have rap stations.
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.
The 'Lower Wall' is below the leftmost (small) end of the 'Main Wall'. From the base of the 'Main Wall', follow the vague track that heads downhill just right of the 'Me And My Dog' clearing. The track soon reaches the 'Lower Wall'. Continue along the cliffline until arriving at a clearing where the bolted climbs start.
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