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Summary

A mixed bag of tumbled of granite with a few gems

Access issues

Crown land, should be no access issues

Approach

From the Matilda's BP service station at Uralla, drive west on East street which becomes Kingston Road for 3.5km until you cross the bridge over Kentucky creek. The boulder field is obvious on the left with the Sentinel boulder clearly enticing you. Park after the bridge on the right down Wallaby Rocks road.

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It seems like everyone has scouted this for years, and it probably has seen some sends before. But recorded history kicked off in Apr 2016

Routes

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Grade Route

Just after you jump the fence you can head directly towards the sentinel, or head right up the hill to these couple boulders

Directly east under the sentinel, as you approach veer left and down to a lower teir.

Good warmup layback crack

FA: Ben Vincent, 2016

Start back deep inside, hand and body jam through roof and out

FA: Carol Lee, 2016

Thin slab

FA: Carol Lee, 2016

Start on good pocket and up

FA: Carol Lee, 2016

Sit start on smooth tooth, slap up arete

FA: Brendan Heywood, 2016

Perfect layback into 'interesting' topout

FA: Ben Vincent, 2016

Thin crimpers on the face set you up for a dead point move to the obvious sloper. Jam/layback your way out.

FA: Ben Vincent, 2016

Traverse along high easier crack

FA: George Plunkett, 2016

Slappy undercling traverse

FA: Ben Vincent, 2016

The most obvious feature visible from the road, a quite tall free standing boulder in the middle of the jumble. Most other features will be described relative to this land mark.

A high ball crack on the NW face of the center piece. Down climb retreat.

FA: Ben Vincent, 2016

Sloper traverse

A quite thin crack on the south side of the centerpeice

About 40m south of the Sentinel facing north, with a striking arete on the left

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