Lassie's Wall

  • Grade context: AU
  • Approach time: 2
  • Photos: 8
  • Ascents: 825




An excellent cliff for beginners, lending itself to easy leads and pleasant top-roping. Above the reach of the ocean. There is some entertaining cliff jumping here - 10m or so. Make sure you can get out, and look for rocks with a snorkel before you jump.

Access issues inherited from Coastal Cliffs

A 4WD is highly recommended to access these cliffs. Smaller cars may be able to reach the campsite at whitewater wall, however they will probably bottom out on approach. Track conditions are subject to change, particularly after heavy rains.


Continue along the worn path past the toilet past the "No Vehicles past this point" sign. Break off left towards the sea after passing between a few rock 'guidelines'. Descend the rock stairway to reach the top of the cliff.

'Access' to the base of the cliff is easy after walking to the end of the ramp that runs into the sea.

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Located left of lassie's wall (Left of Step Aside wall) is another wall with a steep buttress split by a steep hand crack. 1. 35m 21. Step across the void, up and onto ledge. Follow steep hand crack (good gear) up and right then easily up slab (no gear) to grassy ledge. 2. 10m 15. Follow right line up past fist crack to summit.

Follow the dyke system up the wall.

Start: Tucked around the corner at the very left end of the wall.

A wonderful introduction to hand jams.

Start: At the left end of the wall there are two distinctive cracks. Start below the left-most one.

Climb up to the roof/cave and surmount this (crux). Follow the line to the top.

Start: At the left end of the wall there are two distinctive cracks. Start below the right-most one.

Climb the crack line 2m right of pandora, starting at the same crack as rose ramble, heads straight up and left slightly with good gear, when it heads into the chimney section on the Lhs it’s a bit Sparse, suggested the chimney section is 17,

FA: unknown

Up the chimney until it ends. Trend left slightly until the wall steepens and blanks out. Now mount the ledge on the right like a beached whale with as much dignity as you can muster.

Start: At the centre of the wall is a prominent chimney.

The line 2m left of FI through the open book feature after half height. No gear after half height.

Start: The first 'major line' at the very right end of the wall.

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