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Table of contents

1. Mortein Wall 14 routes in Area

All Sport

Long/Lat: 150.591623, -34.857432

Description:© (Ashy)

Just 20m left of 'Rosies' is this vertical face, with some very impressive spotted gum trees. This is the best crag in this area for sub-22 climbers. The slightly harder routes L around the arete are fairly resistant to rain and seepage.

Approach:© (Ashy)

Routes described L to R.

Ethic: inherited from Illawarra

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

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Organo Cockacide

Now on ring bolts

FA: Graeme Hill, Veronique Hill, 1993

19 Sport 7m
2 Black Butt Borers

FA: Graeme Hill, Veronique Hill, 1993

20 Sport 7m
3 Motorcycle Sluts In Heat

FA: Graeme Hill, Veronique Hill, 1993

20 Sport 8m
4 * Globular Goolies

FA: Graeme Hill, Veronique Hill, 1993

21 Sport 8m
5 ** Beef Master

FA: Graeme Hill, 1993

23 Sport 8m
6 * Ten Minute Finger Board

FA: Graeme Hill, 1993

22 Sport 8m
7 * Engorged

FA: Vanessa Peterson, 2000

22 Sport 15m
8 Psycho Hose Beast

Extra bolt added in runout

FA: Kim McKeown, 1993

17 Sport 10m
9 Wobblebuns

FA: Chris Wallace, 1994

18 Sport 12m
10 Flood

FA: Andrew Dunbar, 1993

18 Sport 11m
11 * Jock Itch

The very obvious orange streak up the middle of the vertical wall.

FA: Graeme Hill, 1993

23 Sport 12m
12 ** Bitch Itch

Rebolted August 2012

FA: Graeme Hill, Veronique Hill, 1993

20 Sport 12m
13 Fribble

FA: Mark Woodard, 1995

18 Sport 12m
14 Kims

FA: Kim McKeown, 1994

16 Sport 10m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
16 Kims Sport 10m
17 Psycho Hose Beast Sport 10m
18 Flood Sport 11m
Fribble Sport 12m
Wobblebuns Sport 12m
19 Organo Cockacide Sport 7m
20 ** Bitch Itch Sport 12m
Black Butt Borers Sport 7m
Motorcycle Sluts In Heat Sport 8m
21 * Globular Goolies Sport 8m
22 * Engorged Sport 15m
* Ten Minute Finger Board Sport 8m
23 ** Beef Master Sport 8m
* Jock Itch Sport 12m