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Description

The entire area is littered with Sandstone pinnacles to around 12m in height. It is 4WD access only approximately 4km from the southern area. The carrying of recovery gear and good knowledge of 4WD techniques is well advised. Rock is on average better than the southern area, and the topography is flatter making for better access.

Access issues

Contentious but are has been continually accessed by countless non-climbing folk.

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Start up leaning crack before moving onto face. Small tricam in pocket or blue master cam in slot can be used before first bolt. Up past two bolts. A purple C4 can be used before topping out. Rap off by anchoring rope to belayer on back side of pinacle.

Set by Jason McCarthy, 2013

FFA: Jason McCarthy, 2013

Mixed pro, desperate 2nd bolt.

FA: Colin Reece

Stick clip, very high first bolt

FA: Colin Reece

Run out finish.

FA: Colin Reece & Stuart Anderson, 2007

Stick clip high bolt, Short and sharp.

FA: Colin Reece & Stuart Anderson, 2007

1BR not much else reliable for pro. Everything looks like it will break.

FA: Bill Begg & Paul Bennett

Another runout finish.

FA: Colin Reece & Karalyn Kalemba

Nice bumstart problem

FA: Stuart Anderson, Paul Bennett & Colin Reece

Set by Jason McCarthy, 2012

Set by Leigh Dearle, 2012

FA: Leigh Dearle, 2012

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