A single steep orange wall once visited by mysterious bolters who gridded the top with U anchors as well as sparsley placed them down some of the climbs. Some of the anchors were lacking glue but most of them are fine. The bolts over the top should be ignored as there are now double rings on the tops of most climbs.© (nmonteith)
From intersection of Albatross Rd and Yalwal Rd in Nowra, follow Yalwal Rd for 10km west (past turn-off to Thompsons Point). The road passes a small lake and heads down a twisty mountain road into a small valley. At the 10km point, just after a small bridge, take the Yalwal signposted left turn onto the dirt road. Reset your odometer and drive up this dirt road (ok for 2WD) for 4.4km to a large football field sized dirt patch and bogan trash dumping ground on the right side of the road. Drive to far end of dirt patch and park car just right of centre. Follow small dirt road/track for about 100m to cliff top. Walk right along cliff top for 30m to descent gully and green rungs.© (nmonteith)
Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.
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