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Table of contents

1. Lookout 9 routes in Area

Trad, Unknown and Sport
Description:© (bundybear)

This is the area below the lookout on the Wadi-Wadi walking track. There is good mix here of trad and sports routes. Most of the routes are 10-12 meters. Either rap in to ledge (belay bolts) or walk down gully behind and below bridge.

Access Issues: inherited from Stanwell Tops

Note that there seemed to be a couple of people living in some of the cliffs in the area.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 North Crack

10m left of cleft entrance at start ledge below fenced lookout. Up the good crack.

FA: Harry Moss, 1993

18Trad 10m
2 Eat My Brains

Face directly below lookout. Start at the base of the crack then head left directly up wall without using the crack.

FA: John Koster, David Brown, 1996

22Sport 13m, 5
3 The Heart is Pretty Starred

As for EMB, do the mantel. The use the trad crack right of RBs. Rather contrived.

FA: David Brown, John Koster, 1996

19Mixed 13m, 2
4 Sunday the 13th

2m left of NC. Crack to cave. Wider crack above cave.

FA: Chris Wilmott, 2009

17Trad 10m
5 All Hands on Deck

2m left of S13. Little ramp to cave. Wall above cave

FA: Harry Moss, 1993

18Trad 10m
6 Up Periscope

TR Only. 3m left of AHD. Climb to notch in roof cave. Finger crack above.

FA: Harry Moss, 1993

19Trad 10m
7 Bliss

Start is reached from wide ledge at S end of cliff. Climb down from wide ledge above MLC and climb pocketed wall to crack.

Start: 25m left of UP

FA: Chris Wilmott, 1993

14Unknown 8m
8 * Mid-life Crisis

Step on to small ledge, up thru edge of cave.

Start: 11m L of 'Bliss' on wall of lower cliff

FA: Chris Wilmott, 1993

19Mixed 7m, 2
9 STT 23Unknown 14m 2

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
14 Bliss Unknown 8m
17 Sunday the 13th Trad 10m
18 All Hands on Deck Trad 10m
North Crack Trad 10m
19 * Mid-life Crisis Mixed 7m, 2
The Heart is Pretty Starred Mixed 13m, 2
Up Periscope Trad 10m
22 Eat My Brains Sport 13m, 5
23 STT Unknown 14m 2