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One of the early hard routes in 'Nowra'. Up past some hard (big) moves past a few RBs. Bundy Rebolted 03-08-2006, prob a waste of steel and no one will ever climb it.
Start: Start around the corner of the Green Slab, 2m R of the awesome walk-down slot.
Start: Start on the left hand side of the wall almost on the arete. [The topos for the routes on this wall are a bit of a guess, to give the gist of the wall. Please update the topos if you know what route goes where].
Start: Start a few meters right of RRRB and climb into that route.
Wanders a bit down low until you pass a small pocket.
Up to a vague groove and then through a small headwall.
(AKA ,Lattanzio Corner Crack, Chrome Poisoning.) Recently retrobolted to half height, originally done to full height, trad, taking the right hand line from half height. The obvious corner at the right end of The Green Slab.
Up, then head right at the flake, then up.
One of Nowra's finest. Far superior to many other "3 star" routes around here!
The hardware up the incredible arête on the R side of the Conehead wall. 30m of 30 degrees!
The greatest Nowra layback there is. Tricky at mid height.
The mega crack up the side of the mega block (20m opposite Chinese Water Torture). Overhangs at least 30 degrees - its much steeper than it looks in the topo.
The really obvious and desperate looking arete that overhangs the boulders, just left of Caribbean Beat Master. Overhangs at least 30 degrees - its much steeper than it looks in the topo.