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A slick white wall with a different climbing style to the other areas, mostly climbing on pockets and large flat edges. Some of the best rock at TJF.

© (dod)


In the middle of the Amazon jungle, roughly the middle of the entire TJF cliffline. Walk down past Chunder's Glen and keep following the cliff left past a bit of a scramble down and past some chossy walls to find this grid bolted crag. Routes are described from right to left.

© (dod)

Ethic inherited from Illawarra

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

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22 *** Lattes on the Lounge Sport 20m, 8

A climb everyone will enjoy, get on it!

FA: Rick Phillips, 2009

24 ** Emporium Sport 20m, 8

hurly burly go the underclings!!

FA: Rick Phillips, 2009

21 ** Double Decaf Sport 20m, 8

Takes a diagonal line left, then through the overlaps. Hard one to onsight!

FA: Rick Phillips, 2009

21 * Half Double Decaf Sport 20m

has a hardish start until you get it wired

FA: Rick Phillips, 2000

23 ** Doppio Sport 15m, 5

Tricky moves to start then power up thru 3 little rooves.

FA: Bundy, 2008

Project - Hill Sport 25m

A fun little route that you do more for the moves and the great little holds than the mountain wilderness experience, hence the close bolts.

Start: As for Short Black on the really great orange rock.

23 ** Short black Sport 22m, 9

The left most route on the crag.Tough crux, with some funky , committing moves, pick a day with good friction.

FA: Rick Phillips, 2008