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Long/Lat: 150.975441, -34.235369
- Unique Features And Strengths:
Nice bush scenery, healthy 30min. walk up to the crag.
A few bolted and top roped climbs in this area.
- Access Issues:
25min. (1.6km, 200m vertical) steep walk up the Wodi Wodi walking track (start on LHD road, just 750m north of Coalcliff Railway Station). Crag = left, 50m before the top track T-Intersection. Follow the track which initially heads north through a cow paddock then into the forest trending up and around the side of the hill. After about 10-15 minutes walking, the track has its 1st trail split (at a large slightly blackened tree) - the lower path heads to Stanwell Park. Take the upper path to the routes and walk for another 10-15 minutes (on this upper path - you will have to climb over a large fallen tree log, with a step cut into it & also under a large fallen/sawn tree). There will be one other path splitting - again take the upper route. Nearing the top of the path , on the left-hand side, you will start to see the faces of the climbs.
A few car spots available on the road beside the Wodi Wodi Track Sign on the left edge (heading north) of Lawrence Hargrave Drive(LHD), just 750m past the Coalcliff railway station.
- Where To Stay:
Scarborough pub , 4km south, has an excellent outdoor beer garden
Start just right of tree, 2m left of unknown C. Follow the 4 RB's to 1 rings at top. Some nice sequency moves through crux!
FA: , 1980
The route left of fishermen. A few really nice moves past a sharp crux. 4 rings to DBB
New Sport For Old FIsherman
The climb furthest right on the main wall. 3 RB's to 2 double ring belay.
FA: Mark Woodard, 1994
Deb Stoops to Conquer
Juggy inclined arete climb with mantel, then a 4m off-centre slab arete.
LO's: 3 chemset ring bolts - tie to rock/tree for ESSENTIAL backup
2/3rd of a crack climb with ledge and then minor overhang and a vert. ascent. from ledge(=crux) . Look for the buddha in the cave.
Anchor : 2 chemset ring bolts , but also use a tree anchor for ESSENTIAL backup.
FA: Ryan Godlewski, 2010
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|23||Unknown C||48m ,|
|24||Unknown B||49m ,|