Perpendicular Rock All Trad climbing35 routes in crag
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A big bluff of diorite looming over the Wollondilly river valley, this unique and obscure crag is guaranteed to provide adventure.
The Sydney Rockies online guide can be found here: http://routes.sydneyrockies.org.au/confluence/display/nswrock/Wollondilly
On private property. Permission to climb was apparently granted by the landowners in 1998. The block the crag is located on is completely undeveloped, and you almost certainly will not run into a soul.
Wombeyan Caves Road, then a big slog up the hill through the bush and up the talus.
Where to stay
Camping in the Wollondilly valley is described in the guide. If you're driving down from Sydney the night before, the Wollondilly Lookout, on your right a short while after you go through the old sandstone tunnel, is a good but exposed bivy spot.
Purely trad. Not a single bolt here.
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