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These climbs are on the short lower wall below the main cliff ledge.
- Access Issues: inherited from The Woolwash
The parking in Woolwash parade looks dodgy and the suburb doesnt have the best reputation, but this street is largely families and oldies, and no issues have arisen out of many visits by the locals. Please be polite to the locals and park on the median strip in the middle and dont leave valuable is the car as a precaution.
- Descent Notes:
These routes can be accessed by rap or by walking in from the start off the crag.
- Ethic: inherited from The Woolwash
Left hand line lower slab.
FFA: Jessica Shaham, 2012
Boulder the bolted slab. 3m R of WR Some thin bouldery moves directly up the middle of the slab
FFA: Jessica Shaham, 2012
Foxy Miss Foxy
Fun little layback. At the obvious flake at the R end of the lower slab. Straight up and into the obvious layback and up to the lower off on the main ledge
FFA: Glen Norrell, 2012
Slab Project Matt
Hard Slab past an overlap.
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