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Description

Walk past the honey comb cave and descend down track with fallen tree for aid. The routes are steep but the rock is sandy and brittle in some areas. With more traffic this may improve. The wall catches the morning sun and can be hot in winter. Shaded in the afternoons.

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Access issues inherited from Glenrock Lagoon

Located in Glenrock State Conservation Area, inbetween the suburbs of Mereweather and Kahibah/Charlestown.

Approach

As for Middle Earth, scramble along the the cliff base a little further East.

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Routes

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Around the corner.

The thin arete.

up bedswerver flake. start from the ground,not the block. finish up Risky Business, dangerous without another bolt.

FA: Gavin Portier, 2009

Originally started off the block, but for the non cheaters and full value start off the ground. At base of the flake then collect jugs to the head wall. Then look for the useful holds and figure out to use them to gain the lower off. Tough

FA: Tim Haasnoot & Justin Jefferson, 2004

start next to the big block. past 1 bolt, then a difficult move to gain the second, take care clipping. Continue up some nice moves to top.

FA: Justin Jefferson (Equip'd T.Haasnoot), 2004

Start 2m right of Risky Business. Up and slightly right of 1st u-bolt, then trend up & left to join Risky Business @ 3rd Draw. 5 U-Bolts & 2 U-Bolts for Loweroffs

FA: Justin Jefferson, 2004

Bouldery start and into flake

Traverse slab then up flake through roof to hard to clip anchors

FA: Trent Lee, 2000

Start down low, up the slab past some big pockets and up steepening wall to anchors near fig tree roots.

FA: Justin Jefferson / Wayne Novach, 2004

FA: Justin Jefferson & Wayne Novach, 2004

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