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Table of contents

1. Powerlines Area 3 routes in Area

All Sport

Long/Lat: 150.575245, -34.862627

Access Issues: inherited from Illawarra

All crags are within a 20 minute walk from the road head. Most are less than 10.

Ethic: inherited from Illawarra

Bolts, some trad. No chipping. A little gluing of key holds has happened on occation. There is a push by local climbers to re-equip old routes in the style of the first ascents.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * X-Ray Ted

Beware loose rock in the flake & choss on the runout headwall.

FA: Michael Fawcett, 1999

20Sport 26m
2 * Pick The Nose

FA: John Koster, 1999

19Sport 12m
3 Project / Sportclimbers Can't Jam

Surely someone has done this, it looks pretty straight forward.


2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
19 * Pick The Nose Sport 12m
20 * X-Ray Ted Sport 26m
? Project Sport