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Long/Lat: 151.090636, -33.735629
The main area of Browns Road. Many of the climbs here are Boulder or Top Rope problems ranging from 7 to 12m. Its worth taking some gear for the cracks. Most of them require some big gear and some offwidth skills.
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Follwoing routes are on the main wall to your left when coming down decent gully. Most of these routes have bolts for top roping. Back up any suspect anchors as there is some old stuff around down here.
Dirty Hand Crack
Crack on left when heading down decent gully
Up slab between DHC and CB
Hand crack to start up, on to block step right then finish up offwidth.
Fingers & Fists
Thin finger crack to start leading to offwidth.
Up Slab 1m right of FF
Up slab 1m left of SS
The obvious Offwidth half way along main wall.
Up slab between right of SS
The finger crack at right end of main wall
3m right of sardine. up right leaning feature over bulge to finish. Cleaned and Top roped. Would make realy a nice climb with rings and lower offs
The following routes are located on The Block starting facing in on the north eastern corner of the courtyard. Most routes have dbb or ring bolts on top of the block and can be accessed for top roping if roped up and stepping across. Some routes have Bouldering Grades from Nick Clow and have been duplicated and listed as sport becuase they contain BR's
Chimney / Arete at end of block
Nick Clow 6 years ago|
Up face past single BR to ddb on top of block.
Scott Lacey 2 days ago|
Start Marked. Up face past one BR to DBB on top.
The offwidth on the block
TO or TC ?
face climb left of Veronica
Arete left of TC
Face climb on southern end of block.
Head through the chimney at the northern end of courtyard to reach the following climbs
Chimney on west face of block
Left side of slab on north end of block (would be a nice sport route if equiped)
Right side of slab on north end of block (would be a nice sport route if equiped)
Grace Wong 12 days ago|
Scott Lacey 12 days ago
|Fingers & Fists||10m|
|Dirty Hand Crack||8m|
|TO or TC ?||10m|