Tonduron Mostly Trad climbing13 routes in area
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This impressive rocky dome/spire offers climbing somewhat different in character from that on other major peaks. The lines are generally more prominent, while the holds frequently are not.
Climbs are descried clockwise from South Arete.
Access issues inherited from Warrumbungles
Most of the crags are in Warrumbungle National Park.
Tonduron can be approached from the Grand High Tops if you don't mind a bit of a walk (in fact all four major spires Belougery, Crater Bluff, Tonduron and the Needle -have been climbed in a day using this approach). The usual access, however, is from Gunneemooroo campsite in the south part of the park. This campsite is reached by road from Tooraweenah, off the highway between Gilgandra and Coonabarabran.
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