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Table of contents

1. Western Cliffline 16 routes in Area

Sport and Trad
Ethic: inherited from Illawarra

Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Kadimirra

FA: Brogan Bunt, 1993

19 Trad 15m
2 *** Bel Merodach

Optional friend through runout.

FA: Brogan Bunt, Richard Watts, 1993

21 Sport 15m
3 Don't Look Back

Direct start to BM

FA: Unknown, 2000

27 Sport 5m
4 ** Gomorrah

FA: Richard Watts, 1993

26 Sport 18m
5 ** Sodom

FA: Tara Sutherland, 1993

25 Sport 18m
6 To Much Salt

FA: Tara Sutherland, 1994

24 Sport 8m
7 Muielliba
  1. 12m (18)

  2. 8m (23)

FA: Brogan Bunt, Jamie McCready, 1994

23 Trad 20m 2
8 * Waramsin

FA: Brogan Bunt, Tony Barton, 1994

22 Sport 15m
9 * Dintir

FA: Brogan Bunt, Richard Watts, 1993

20 Sport 15m
10 * Balbal

FA: Brogan Bunt, Richard Watts, 1993

22 Sport 20m
11 Zamama

FA: Brogan Bunt, Tony Barton, 1994

21 Trad 15m
12 ** Blowing Gumby

FA: Brian Rattenbury

22 Sport 25m
13 ** Gumby's Dark Side

FA: Brian Rattenbury

25 Sport 25m
14 The Craic

FA: Unknown, 1999

25 Trad 20m
15 Predat-ur

FA: Brogan Bunt (Solo), 1994

7 Trad 10m
16 Kadmirra 19 Sport 15m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
7 Predat-ur Trad 10m
19 ** Kadimirra Trad 15m
Kadmirra Sport 15m
20 * Dintir Sport 15m
21 *** Bel Merodach Sport 15m
Zamama Trad 15m
22 * Balbal Sport 20m
** Blowing Gumby Sport 25m
* Waramsin Sport 15m
23 Muielliba Trad 20m 2
24 To Much Salt Sport 8m
25 ** Gumby's Dark Side Sport 25m
** Sodom Sport 18m
The Craic Trad 20m
26 ** Gomorrah Sport 18m
27 Don't Look Back Sport 5m