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The little orange buttress down hill from 'Billericay Dickie'.

Access issues inherited from Western Gara Gorge

Access to Dome Wall or Persian Carpets involves driving through private property to reach the Gara Gorge. Contact must be made with the landowners prior to heading out there:

Mike Coffey (Kenwood Park): 02 6775 3766

Pete and Susanne or Jeff Moore: 02 6775 3727

It is important to let the Coffeys know you’re coming (as access is very close to their house), and ask the Moores for permission to cross their land (providing the most efficient access to Dome Wall or Persian Carpets).

Good relations with these landowners are essential for New England climbers, and all visitors in the future, to access these excellent crags, so please treat them with respect. Leave all gates as you find them, cross fences at the strongest strainer post, etc etc. Access is likely to be refused if tenants are in the Moores’ ‘holiday’ house, so please be patient or better still ask about staying there yourself.

This is a link to a file you can use in Google Earth to see a map to The Dome Wall Parking area:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/24251869/Dome%20Wall%20Etc%20Access.kmz

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Start; The left hand crack on the little orange buttress down hill from ‘Billericay Dickie’.

Up crack, through roof to top

FA: Mark Colyvan, 1981

A waste of a good bolt. Start: Around left from ‘Pagan Paradise’ below a vague line a small roof.

Up through some crumbly yellow stuff to a bolt runner, through the small roof and up the wall above.

FA: Mark Colyvan & Paul Colyvan, 1983

Hardly worth the effort.

Start: Left of ‘Pagan Paradise’ and about 2m right of 'I'm Laughin’

Up thin crack to ledge, clip bolt runner then a hard move out left to the arête. Continue up arête past another bolt runner to top.

FA: Mark Colyvan & Paul Colyvan, 1983

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