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Table of contents

1. Devils Pantry 2 routes in Cliff

All Trad

Long/Lat: 153.119439, -26.391667


A low angle wall that is great for beginners to get a feel for the cracks and rock. This can be used to access the Devils Gullet via the Pantry Crack. Dolphin Pod starts on this wall.

Access Issues: inherited from Devils Kitchen

Remember that you are in a National park, don't litter, clean up any rubbish, don't disturb the wildlife and no bolting. It is essential that climbing in this area remains minimal impact and low key. The Westpac Helicopter and Surf Life Saving patrol this area, be friendly. An interesting experience climbing while a rescue helicopter watches. This area is not tide dependant as the Devils Cauldron or the Devils Training Ground but it is swell dependant. A 2ft-3ft swell at Sunshine Beach and low wind is fine. If in doubt look at the Sunshine Beach Surf cam. "http://www.coastalwatch.com/camera/cameras_large.aspx?cam=600&state=QLD&camName=Sunshine Beach" In the tidal area depending on swell, wind, and tide the base of these climbs may be wet and extremely slippery. As you get out of the tidal spray area the rock is superb! Even when it wet.

Descent Notes:

Rap down or decend the arete and traverse.

Ethic: inherited from Devils Kitchen

Trad, no need for chalk.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Devils Pantry Crack

Follow the crack/gap between the Devils Gullet and the Devils Pantry. Stay on the jugs on the Devils Pantry Wall. Note : on the topo the route goes under, not over the section of Devils Gullet

FA: Cris Brazzelli, Keir Gillam, 2012

5 Trad 19m
2 Wet Feet Warm Up

Stick exclusively to the crack, with hands and feet, a low angle initiation to the rest of the area.

FA: Cris Brazzelli, Keir Gillam, 2012

14 Trad 20m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5 Devils Pantry Crack Trad 19m
14 Wet Feet Warm Up Trad 20m