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Some loose rock has been removed and worthy routes uncovered. Easy to moderate trad and mixed climbing. Good rock and good pro, go!

Access issues inherited from Willyabrup

Access is through private property firebreak/trail. Please don't litter. There is a long drop toilet in the National Park with an amazing view. National Park so no fires no camping and no dogs. Please ensure all litter is removed and climbers are seen to be doing the right thing.


From the top of the crag head north east to a moderate scramble down to the base at the far end. Start walking.

Ethic inherited from Willyabrup

The local climbing association has published some Ethics\Guidelines which apply.


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The first corner system you reach as you head south west along the path.

FA: L. Fischer & C. Wiggins. Jan 2015

Nice climbing up the thin crack and face to the ledge. Step left and continue up the finger crack in the headwall.

FA: K. Hartley, Jul 2011

Head up MF to the ledge, clip the br (plate required) and head up and right to an airy finish.

FA: C. Wiggins & C. Johnson, Jul 2015

Traverse out right from the start of MF along the thin crack which takes a micro cam. Clip the bolt and crank up the face and fingercrack, through the bulge and onto the large ledge. Enjoyable climbing up the arete passing a bolt (plate required) and some natural gear to the top.

FA: K. Hartley K. Seewraj, Jan 2015

Instead of clipping the bolt on NR, continue traversing right along the horizontal crack until at the base of the flared black groove. A few nice jams up past the chockstone to reach easier ground and the large ledge. Climb the easy face on nice rock passing a br (plate required).

FA: K. Hartley & C. Johnson


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