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Just around the corner from the Card Deck is the second canyon. This wall has some nice long routes.
- Ethic: inherited from Illawarra
Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.
On left side of Ledge under corner
'Layback' up steep pumpy corner past 5 bolts and
increasing difficulty to final slab top out.
FA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2000
The Ace of Spades
fight the pump
FA: Jason Lammers, 2005
In the middle of long grey face
A burly start past three bolts leads to a break
where the route heads right and up to flake.
Continue up wall to finish with hands on top of
FA: Steve Hawkshaw, 2000
Mr Donut Head Man
Start at short flake under obvious arête
Up flake and right to 2nd bolt then tricky move to
rest. Reachy move through bulge and up the nice
technical arête to slopey top. Only single lower off
at this stage as continuation up top arête may
FA: Steve Hawkshaw, 2000
|The Ace of Spades||15m|
|23||Mr Donut Head Man||13m|