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A good, generally slabby, beginners' area which is easily reached from Camp Wambelong.

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Start in middle of West Face.

  1. 30 m Wall and comer to shelf in alcove.

  2. 40 m (crux) Avoid direct, over­ hanging fine above by traversing 40 m R to gully (poor pro).

  3. 40 m Gully, wall. Scramble.

FA: Graeme Bowden, Greg Croft & Jeremy Judd, 1988

Takes slabs to R of weird caves at about half-height. Start at ramp.

  1. 18 m Up slab, walk to ter­race.

  2. 8 m Wall to R, then traverse R to small ledge.

  3. 20 m Rising traverse to R reaching shallow, high cave.

  4. 27 m Down R to ledge.

  5. 45 m Steep slab to tree.

  6. 18 m Slab, then walk to summit.

FA: Dralfin, Moore & O'Hara, 1963

On E side of Belougery Split Rock are three crags, two upper and one lower. Tho lower one is called Goat Crag, and has two climbs on it.

Start at lowest point on Goat Crag.

1-2) Rising traverse up ramps. Exit lodge at 20 m on L end.

FA: Joe Friend (solo), 1976

This climb was 'immortalized' by the television show Getaway. Start between small cave and rock step on lowest part of L slab with overhanging, yel­low buttress at top. Up and R to above step, then up to L end of buttress above. Poor rock to exit. (Jeffrey Watson got a fright here.)

FA: Milton Judd & Jeremy Judd, 1986


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