- 100% Trad
- Avg. Height: 30m
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Not far from Hotdog Walls and a similar style of crag. Great views, great exposure and some nice climbing. Faces NNE, so it is an excellent winter crag.
Routes are described from left to right base of cliff, this includes any general direction ie rap trees etc. Rap in and climb out. Take a few rope protectors. All routes start from ledges or semi hanging stances (2 routes). Most bolts are glue in stainless steel bolts requiring bolt brackets, plus a couple of bashins. Rap in anchors are trees. Friend sizes are Wild Country. The first 2 routes are 170m from where the track meets the cliff (Carpark). Routes are 10m before the rocky outcrop.
Access: See maps for Hotdog Walls climbing area. If you are driving via access 2 (currently 4wd only), instead of driving 3.3km, turn left onto a small road at 2.7km. Alternately, if arriving via access 1, drive past the Hotdog Carpark a further 600m to a right-hand turn. This smaller road can be seen on the second hotdog access map. It is 1.1km long. The first 300m is 2wd (small Carpark) then it is 4wd for the rest. If you drive the remaining 800m you can drive all the way to the top of the cliff and belay off your bumper bar!
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