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Unknown and Trad
Long/Lat: 150.857760, -34.402412
In 1994 - "Good in the morning sun, and worhtwhile for bouldering and top-roping, and not much else. ",. In 2012 status = unknown.
From the lookout it doesn't look like much, but there are actually cliff down there hidden in the trees
- Access Issues: inherited from Mt Keira
Mt Keira Summit is 1.2 hr drive south of Sydney CBD. The summit overlooks the city of Wollongong (9th largest city in Australia) and has superb views up the southern coastline.
Below the northern lookout platforms, just right of the shop( as you stand in the car park and look north)
Jump the fence at the lookout and take the obvious path into the trees, descend down the spur for about 3-4min until you arrive at the base of the cliffs
- Ethic: inherited from Mt Keira
"The Big K" is worthwhile for a day trip from Sydney and a very good local cliff for those that live around the Illawarra - R.Young
.. and if all else fails, remember ... The Law of Gravity is STRICTLY Enforced
Pox On A Hot Thin Roof
A roof climb equipped with hoonkas (big farkin buckets!) Start under the overhang. up the orange crud to the good rock. Under roof to lip and out aroundlip to the small cave. Up corner to the top.
FA: Chunder, Graeme Hill, Prehn
Out Of The Blue Into The Pox
A roof climb. 3m right of Pox On A hot Thin Roof. Up the choss to dyno out roof and up left and finish as for Pox On A hot Thin Roof.
Start 2m right of Out Of The Blue Into The Pox. Out and around the roof and up to the top.
FA: Chudleigh, Graeme Hill
The black coloured wall left of the crack. 2 carots.
FA: Graeme Hill
A classic crack.
FA: Hill, T Ogle
Start 4m to the right of Death. Up the arete to start off then follow the groove in the wall above.
FA: Ant Prehn, Burton
The Great Gastric
3m right of The Great Gastric. Grovel up the V shaped groove.
FA: Graeme Hill, T Ogle
|The Great Gastric||8m|
|Pox On A Hot Thin Roof||14m|
|23||Out Of The Blue Into The Pox||12m|