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Table of contents

1. Butterfly Wall 7 routes in Area

All Sport

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.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Berserk Plumbers

easy for the grade, dyno to slopes

FA: Mike Law, 1996

26 Sport 15m
2 *** Butterfly Wall

The original start is now generally superseded by BWD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

23 Sport 25m
3 *** 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

24 Sport 20m
4 Project Sport
5 * No More Gaps

FA: Steve Bullen, 1992

30 Sport 16m
6 *** Stone Roses

Fabulous, powerful and pumpy climbing up the amazing wall. Very hard for the grade. Used to be very easy for the grade before crucial holds were glued up for the FA of No More Gaps. The nasty mono became a duo tho'

Start: Start below the obvious duo, which can just be reached off the boulder.

FA: Ant Prehn, Giles Bradbury, 1991

26 Sport 25m
7 *** Concrete Petunias

Awesome hard face climbing up a steep prow.

Start: 6m right of butterfly wall. Same start as 'Stone Roses'

FA: Steve Bullen, 1991

28 Sport 15m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
23 *** Butterfly Wall Sport 25m
24 *** Butterfly Wall Direct Sport 20m
26 ** Berserk Plumbers Sport 15m
*** Stone Roses Sport 25m
28 *** Concrete Petunias Sport 15m
30 * No More Gaps Sport 16m
? Project Sport