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Long/Lat: 150.574141, -34.870080
- Description:© (aca_admin)
The most striking and impressive wall on the crag.
- Approach:© (aca_admin)
Immediately right of 'Vanderholics' wall and below the carpark.
- Ethic: inherited from Illawarra
Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.
FA: Mike Law, 1996
The original start is now generally superseded by BWD
Start: Just right of the corner at a flake, as for BP.
FA: Ant Prehn
FFA: Daniel Elton, 1993
Butterfly Wall Direct
A beautiful route on great rock. Start: 5 meters right of the corner - directly below the obvious butterfly feature high on the wall.
FFA: Daniel Elton, 1993
No More Gaps
FA: Steve Bullen, 1992
Fabulous, powerful and pumpy climbing up the amazing wall. Very hard for the grade.
Start: Start at the obvious mono, which can just be reached off the boulder.
FA: Ant Prehn, Giles Bradbury, 1991
Awesome hard face climbing up a steep prow.
Start: 6m right of butterfly wall. Same start as 'Stone Roses'
FA: Steve Bullen, 1991
|24||Butterfly Wall Direct||20m|
|30||No More Gaps||16m|