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These slabs form the northeast side of Mt Pilot itself.


Walk 50m NE from the fire tower to find the top of the main slab.

Descent notes

Walk down the gully on the left (facing out).


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The following route can be found on the eastern side of a large boulder just before the track gets to the summit of Mt Pilot.

A nice easy finger crack to warm up.

The following 2 routes are on the main slab just NE of the fire tower. Walk down on the left.

The first white water streak on low angled rock. No gear.

FA: Kurt Saggers, 1996

On the main slab is an obvious white water streak. Follow this over the steepening and past some dubious flakes. No protection!

FA: Iain Sedgman, Peter Watson & Peter Cunningham, 1979

The remaining routes can be found directly below the main slab and a little to the south (right looking downhill).

The short crack at the left end of the Flake Off wall is a "muck around boulder problem".

FA: Iain Sedgman & Peter Cunningham, 1979

The clean black water streak in the centre of the slab.

FA: Paul Martin

To the right of Pegasus is a line with heaps of flakes. Nice climbing past 2 FHs leads to an anchor.

FA: Paul Martin, 1994


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