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Description

The big white and orange cave. Sweet steep stuff on bomber rock. Stays dry in all conditions.

© (bundybear)

Access issues inherited from Wingello

Warning! A post was recently put up on Sydney Rockies (March 2013) stating that National Parks have erected a locked gate 200m from the fire fighters memorial and several very large boulders placed on the road at the enterance of the memorial. If this information is true please keep in mind, if you park at the gate there is every chance that another climbing party could park you in resulting in a long stay if you return to your car and don't know where they're climbing. Unless someone does some clearing on the side of the road/track to create some parking you'll have to park on the single lane track also resulting in a long reverse out.

From Sydney: Wingello is about 1 hour from the M7/M5 intersection and the crag itself is about 20 minutes out of Wingello (depending on your car). Wingello is best reached (from Sydney) by busting straight down the Hume Hwy to the turn off just after the Paddy’s River bridge. You can also go through Bundanoon but its probably a bit slower. From Macca’s on the Freeway its 11.5km to the Wingello turn off, and another 8km from there to the Wingello Railway Crossing. Reset your speedo on the railway line or at the shop .

From Canberra:

Reset Speedo at NSW Border on Federal Highway. The BP at Marulan is 110kms or 1hr drive. Wingello turn off is 124.7km or 1hr 10 mins. The railway crossing at Wingello is 131.6km or 1 hr 15mins.

Approach

The site is snuggled away near the edge of the Shoalhaven Gorge and the Morton National Park, in cosy and sheltered forest. The prevailing westerlies

go over the top only impacting the forest canopy.

UDecor though may be a little over the top. With 4 artists contributing to this event along with cosMICKS laser show and Andys, Petes and Andreas(diALMans) lighting, be prepared to be dazzled senselesss. And it is full moon on the monday morning.

We are going all out to make this one a magical affair with music and

mother nature. 2 long nights to go hard and get really f%%ked up for 2 days of pure bliss. Be prepared for sustained mayhem for the 1st 24 hours on the main stage before we shift the 2nd night into darkness and obivion. Not so hard as the 1st night, but if theres any evil lurking in ya soul, watch out! It will be rinsed thoroughly and u will be hung out to dry in the morning heavenly fun madness.

© (bundybear)

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Routes

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1
18 Gello Wrestling Sport 25m

Long juggy jaunt on the wall just left of the 'Rave Cave'.

FA: 1.10.2007

2
16 Superior Physics Sport 9m

Start at the very left of the cave. Up cute litle slab.

FA: Steve Hawkshaw, 2007

3
25 *** Hollow Men Sport 20m, 10

Start as for SS, head left at 4th bolt, past project and up big holds to poor rest and crux at top.

FA: Dave Pryor

5
25 *** Shape Shifter Sport 20m

Climb the rope ladder. Battle thru several roofs and punchy head wall to anchors.

FA: Steve Hawkshaw, 2007

6
22 Lunasphere Sport 20m

The obvious corner 5m left of HatM.

FA: Steve Hawkshaw, 2007

7
21 ** Howling at the Moon Sport 16m

Start on right side of cave. Streno move to gain the ledge of the cave. Up thru scoopy goodness to roof. Take a breath and crank the roof to slabby headwall.

FA: Bundy, 2007

8

Up the rope ladder, past a few bolts and 1st roof. Then move left and up thru more steep territory. 'Steep' and airy..

9
16 *** Seeds of Doubt Sport 9m

This could be the best warm up route in NSW.

Start: Start 8m left of 'Shape Shifter'

FA: Dave Pryor - Solo, 2008

10
*** Project - Dave Sport 25m, 8

Could be the best line at the crag. STELLAR !! Up the rope ladder..

FA: Dave Pryor, 2008

11

As for SS, then follow hangers thru thin white wall on right.

FA: David O'Donnell, 2010

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