Left Hand Side




Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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From either set of low little holds, crank up the little wall. [Variant: Eliminate the bigger holds, and crimp your way up]

Up on jugs and ledges to a cautious top out.

FA: 21 Nov 2019

Starting in the cave at the break, traverse the easiest line right all the way to the next cave

Crag classic Starting at the jugs below '2/3' staying the height of the jugs and and finishing up by '2/3' Some desperate moves

Start as for the Extractor but stay low all the way to the next cave

Start below 'The Extractor' and move right and up. Avoid using holds on the edge of cave or break from '2/3' to stay on route. Punchy

Starting under the small prow in the middle of the wall, crimp your way to victory

Starting at the flat chalky holds in the scoop, climb straight up.

Climb the arete on the right finishing at the rooflet

Another crag classic. Traverse on any line, any direction, between the cave on the left and the arete on the right Punchy and desperate in spots

Sit start then up via slots. Corner of the cave is off.

Sit start then up through the little corner.

Start low on verical pocket and crimper. The top out mantle is a bit slippery, have a crash mat and spotter for the FA.

Starts on the vertical pocket and small crimper, as per No.11.". The climb then heads diagonally upwards following the line of crimps and slopers. Top out the climb about 1m to the left of "No.14."

Start on slopey jugs and head straight up.

Match start on the double jug bottom-right of the bloc and tops out with a mantle using only holds on the right-hand face. Light sandy rock is out as are jugs on the other side of the face.

FA: Kim Phan

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