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Note photo-topo route does not show pitch 1 . Consider linking pitch 1 and 2. When time to traverse across to base of main corner resist temptation to go high , although it looks easier and more pro you will be dissappointed in both departments. Drop down a little passing initial corner (#1 cam) using low feet and that blank desperate wall offers lots of nice hidden protection and good incut holds. The peg belay stated on R of corner is inadequate and probably best to find one on left of corner (after heading right under rotten bridge) Once out and around the arette fantastic rock and great protection lead to a good stance also indicated by a rusty piton (unnecessary). When at top there is a 10m abseil into gully, can ignore fixed mank and use boulder , then one more pitch to true top. Probably wise to rope up for it. Take care scrambling to descent rap anchor. Typical 'bungles rack , lots of small stuff and slings.

Route History:

  • First Ascent: John Lawrence & David Witham, 1965


Located in Belougery Spire approx:
Long/Lat: 148.999573,-31.330787

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Route Grade Citations

17 Community registered grade
17 ACA Route Register
17 Pocket RockGUIDE: The Warrumbungles

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Route quality

Overall quality score: 81%

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fantastic good great fun exposed epic traverse

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