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Slabby Orange wall capped by big roof. A great wall with the main section having a variety of great moderate routes.

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Access issues inherited from Wingello

Warning! Recently (March 2013) National Parks have erected a locked gate 200m from the fire fighters memorial and several very large boulders placed on the road at the entrance of the memorial. 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.

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.


To get to the next wall walk down through the cave and up the other side. Follow cliff to a

ramp up to orange slab. Routes are described left to right. To access 'Chacaltaya' climb up small

gully to get to terrace.

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The 1st route on 'San Pedro' Terrace.

Start: Ascend the ramp up to the launch pad or come in from the right and do the "Bard traverse".

FA: Hawkman, 2007

The girdle traverse. Start up SP and tackle the entire roof crack to finish on anchors as for NHJT. Maybe stuff some cams in between the bolts if your a homo.

FA: Edgar Pinkets, 2007

The left most route. Up the slab and out the corner to anchors just under lip of roof.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2007

Climb EA and punch out the corner of the roof. Up thin head wall to big fat U lower off.

FA: Jason Lammers, 5 Jun 2010

Start up slab as per EA but continue directly up under roof to shared lower off with LP.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2007

Thin balancy slab.

FA: Steve Hawkshaw, 2007

As for "LP" and then move right after 2RB. Continue direct to anchors.

FA: Hawk, 2007

As for NHJT then head left for 3 more RB to DRB lower off.

FA: Bundy, 2007

The climb on the right of the orange slab. Up wall tending right after 3rd RB to lower off.

FA: Scott Hare, 2007

Start 4m right of NHJT. Directly up thru series of cool slabby mantles. 4 RB to finish under roof on shared anchor with NHJT.

FA: Bundy, 2008

Start 5m right of ornage wall. Long, sustained and good.

Set by Gavin Murray, 2007

FA: Glenn Jones, 12 Jun 2010

Left of Orange wall starting on ledge.

The Leftmost climb on the "Bard Traverse"


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