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Another sector but with some interesting features but gritty friable rock, pockets, and red lichen. Fairly short routes, and not much shorter bouldering, often with heady, slopey top outs as their crux. They wouldn't feel so difficult closer to the ground - unlikely to be popular with gym junkies! Top anchors mostly trees with a couple of bolts.


From the car park outside the reserve walk right past the main area until just before the speed hump toward the lookout at the end. Of from the end, walk left down hill until until the first speed bump. A faint track drops down steeply, then left (facing out) around the base of a gradually growing cliff line with some bouldering before the longer routes. Follow this along the ledge and around the corner to the main cliff line.

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There is also an access gully at the far right of the crag (looking in). Beware the 6m drop below the left hand access route above the Lower Cliff.

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There's certainly been some ascents in the past (old carrot bolts). Any history is unknown to the developer who heard about the crag from a friend.


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On the first wall you walk past, about 3m before the first corner. Up on sharp crimps before moving right to good ramp and up. Nice.

FA: dwebster, Nov 2015

Corner crack avoiding the walls.

FA: Graham Dowden, 11 Nov 2017

Left arete of high front face on its left side, moving leftwards at top to finish. Great.

FA: dwebster, Nov 2015

Not many Sydney climbs can claim to be fully enclosed, but if you want sub-meter chimney in the semi-underworld this has it all.

Start: Behind the face climbs, or walk down from above.

Compress into it at any number of places, with or without petrophilic flora and overhangs, to your personal taste.

FA: Graham Dowden, 11 Nov 2017

There is a 5-6m drop right below the 1m path at the base of the cliff from here to around the corner, so a top rope is prudent.

Same arete, but climb it on the right side.

FA: dwebster, Nov 2015

Start about 2m left of right arete on front face. Up through flakes to top flake and over. Hint: Look right over the lip, and don't fall!

FA: dwebster, Nov 2015

Right arete on its right side, moving rightish towards top, but topping out left of the crack.

FA: dwebster, Nov 2015

Starting at arete just left of wide crack (good for decent). Roughly follow the crack that goes diagonally left to top, but finish on right side of crack.

FA: dwebster, Dec 2015

Start at same arete, but go straight up. Stay left of wide corner crack.

FA: dwebster, Dec 2015

About 8m left of LO there's a slab in the corner with a rail running across is. Traverse this right to left then climb arete.

FA: dwebster, Nov 2015

Grab the rail of LIAS and move straight up the face. Good.

FA: dwebster, Nov 2015

Just right of WdiPaM? The steep, short, crimpy wall. Nothing is known about this route except that it has a single belay bolt above it and that it's tough!

Nothing is known about the original line here. It has been rebolted in the same way as the original. Start about 2.5m left of the first bolt. Using side pull, move up to jugs and then right to 1st bolt. Up and over lip using small, hidden chipped holds (part of the original line).

FA: dwebster, Nov 2015

Corner crack, exiting via wall to left, or clean out the leaf litter and go Over The Top. Gritty either way.

No doubt done before.

FA: Graham Dowden, 1 Jan 2018

The left side of the corner about 5m r of LO. For the full experience (20) start seated directly below the first bolt of LO on a sloping edge. Move up then all the way along the break rightwards before heading up.

FA: dwebster, Feb 2016

About 3m right of corner. Up steep flake and up to lower offs (not over).

FA: dwebster & Blake Hawkins, Nov 2015

Start about 4m right of SC at obvious scoop. No using the tree to start! Up and over, left at last bolt for slopey finish.

FA: dwebster & Blake Hawkins, Feb 2016

Up cave to full body rest on sandy ledge, turn out to jam crack, then big moves up the lichen layback. Beware the chockstone that goes "boomp" and any other loose bits.

FA: Graham Dowden, 1 Jan 2018

Left most route on final poxy/seamed face. Follow flake then then right to seamed face. Finish left at last bolt, using face to left for feet.

FA: dwebster, Feb 2016

Middle route on final poxy face. Jump to pod, then up, right to rest, and rightwards at final bolt. Hard crux sequence if you're short!

FA: dwebster, Feb 2016

Right most route on final poxy face.

FA: dwebster & Blake Hawkins, Nov 2015


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