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Approach

The next sector just past the Sloth area.

Ethic inherited from Illawarra

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

Routes

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Start in the corner, behind the tree... do not lean on the tree.. it bends !

FA: John Hawkins-Salt, 1994

Up Incepterkong, and when it goes left keep going straight past a couple more bolts to anchor.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2014

Starts inbetween Lounge Lizard and Gecko. At second bolt the crack for Gecko can be used. Use anchor for Lounge Lizard as 5th bolt then climb sraight up steep head wall to the top.

FA: Jake Noblett, 2013

3m right of LL. Up through the cave and follow cracks/ledges

FA: John Hawkins-Salt, 1994

Just right of Gecko.

FA: Rick Phillips, 2014

Starts 20 mtrs right of lounge lizard.. Hard parts done by mid height but beware things that look like holds may vary in size...

FA: Rick phillips & Gilles Bonin

Starts just right of Blue Steel. Up and traverse right a bit where it gets thin. The rest is a little sandy but not at all hard. Will never clean up as will never get enough ascents.

FA: G Hill, 2015

Starts 50 mtrs right or south of blue steel at the left hand corner of cave.. Climb steeply using the cave and wall until forced out onto the face.. Super interesting climb with lots of varied moves

FA: Rick Phillips & Lous Blundell

Surprisingly easy start off the block, heave up under the cave then easily out right to a tricky move to gain the long head wall.

FA: Rick Phillips & Lous Blundell, 2014

Starts just right of the big cave, just before the boulders at the end of wall.

Travers left past the cracks and up the face. One bolt halfway up is a bit misplaced to the right. Sorry for that!

FFA: Steven Griffiths, 2014

Keep walking past the cave and climb the boulders and look for the line of bolts up the arete Crimp like a billygoat for a few bolts and your safe... Stick clip the first bolt to save your ankles!

FA: Rick Phillips & Lous Blundell

Pull down for a few moves just left of small tree on the blunt arete.

FA: Jason Lammers & Kent Paterson, 2014

Located around the corner in the middle of south facing wall... Start on obvious jug and enjoy it as its the only one!

FA: Rick Phillips & Lous Blundell

Shared start then right

FA: Jason Lammers, 2014

On from the start, pinches, pockets and small pull downs, good feet get you through. Nice finger buckets up high.

FA: Simon Vaughan, 2014

First 2 bolts on Carnivaughan, then move rightwards and up the rad features.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2014

Shares the first bolt with 'Gorilla Gardening'

It starts at the arete, then slightly to the left and up.

Only top anchor at the moment, but bolts will follow.

Set by Steven Griffiths, 2014

It shares the first bolt with 'The Hourglass'. Up the arete, then slightly right through the green section to the top. Bolted so that you can top out and enjoy the beautiful sunset.

This route has awesome moves and is very diverse! (Pockets, Laybacks, Pinches, Grimps, you name it!) Please don't let it grow over again. Climb it, buddies!

FFA: Steven Griffiths, 2014

Still an unbolted crack. Grab your rack and place some dangling bits of gizmos before the bolters wreck it.

FA: Boyd, Mal & George

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