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Long/Lat: 151.374592, -30.460319
Walk along the NP track for roughly a km. It is the last area before crossing the fence into the Nature reserve (no climbing allow there)
- Access Issues: inherited from Mt Yarrowyck
95% of the climbing at Yarrowyck is located on private property, but the land owner is a climber and has granted access to all climbers anytime. Please do not leave garbage around, leave gates as you find them and do not harass stock. Climbing at Yarrowyck is a privilege, not a right.
The other 5% is located on National Park land along the trail to the Aboriginal Rock Art site.
Long/Lat: 151.374238, -30.460602
About 20m downhill from the top track is a boulder covered in mono's
Awesome start hold but in the wrong place
Up the south face,
Sit start then, traverse right on coarse rock
Easy pocket fest
Left of pocket fest
Sharpest mono in the world
Follow the wicked pockets, surprisingly good
Chin up on the twin mono's. A taste of 'Action Directe' in New England!
Up the arete on the west side
FA: Sam Mergatroyd?
Long/Lat: 151.374837, -30.459971
Keep walking north along the track, about 50m after the 'Sharpest mono boulder' is a fence with a gate, stop, backtrack and head down hill / left for about 10m.
Start in break, fun blind dyno then mantle
Long/Lat: 151.375036, -30.460351
From the 'Sharpest mono boulder', head north east, crossing the track, for roughly 40-50m.
Hard crusty project
Start on side pull and pop to top
|V0||Easy pocket fest||3m||1.1. Sharpest mono boulder|
|Traverse||3m||1.1. Sharpest mono boulder|
|V1||Pocket Rocket||1.2. Pocket rocket|
|Rusty Left||1.3. Rusty spoon boulder|
|V2||Layback||1.1. Sharpest mono boulder|
|Pocket fest||3m||1.1. Sharpest mono boulder|
|V3||Sharpest mono in the world||3m||1.1. Sharpest mono boulder|
|V6||Mergatroyd||3m||1.1. Sharpest mono boulder|
|V8||Layback SDS||1.1. Sharpest mono boulder|
|V10||Snake eyes||1.1. Sharpest mono boulder|
|?||Rusty spoon||1.3. Rusty spoon boulder|