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The walls leading around right (looking out) as you come down the descent gully. The first section is black with climbing gym sized holds on it.

Access issues inherited from Lassiter's

No access issue - bolt away!

Ethic inherited from Lassiter's

Sport Climbing Crag


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Start on the right side of EP wall. Tricky start to gain flake and up to the right on pockets, then up on jugs.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2011

14 Easy Peasy Sport 10m

As for 'Easy Pickings', then straight up to anchors.

FA: Rod Young, 2011

14 Easy Pickings Sport 15m

The lefthand route on the first wall leading leftward at the arete to anchors up high.

FA: Rod Young, 2011

24 Take Me I'm Yours Sport 15m, 8

Starts at the crack/corner 4m left of Easy Pickings, under the overhang. An awkward start followed by a rest. Up to the roof then punch out right and on to jugs and an easy wall.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2012

Project Glenn Jones Sport Project

Start around the corner from EP at the right hand crack under the roof.

FA: Glenn Jones

18 Girlie Action Sport 12m, 7

Start at the base of the slender wall left of the overhang. Climb the leaning arete.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2011

17 Thick and Thirsty Sport 12m, 7

Start as per GA, then climb the left side of the wall. Climbs better than it looks.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2011

18 The United Nations Sport 12m, 7

Slab leading to small roof with the crux at the main overlap. Start 3 metres further left from Thick and Thirsty at the large up rooted tree.

FA: Matt Tranter, 2011

21 ** Flame then Fire Sport 22m 2, 9
  1. Up flake to belay on party ledge or continue straight through to next pitch; 4RB to DRB LO - 12m 14
  2. Punch overlaps of steepness past Perma draw on perfect grey stuff - airy finish; 5RB to DRB LO - 10m 21 Start at the obvious flake line next to the tree stump, 15 metres left of 'The United Nations' You can do this in one with no drag however it's more social to belay on the big ledge.

FA: Simon Vaughan, 2011


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