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Access issues inherited from Lost Vegas

The carpark and cliff are in Canberra's water catchment, meaning no camping. Please don't disturb the peregrine falcons on the upper cliff, particularly during nesting season: start of August to end of December. *New as of 11 Jun 15: Fallen tree blocking access off Blue Range Road. Adds 5 minutes walk.


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A hard start with a long press down crimp move. You know you want it.

FA: Chris Warner, Apr 2014

Strenuous and technical climbing thats harder than it looks.

FA: Chris Warner, Apr 2014

Start up the easy broken corner and then bust out onto the face with some tricky moves to some great finger locks, easier climbing then to the top.

FA: Chris Warner, Aug 2015

Climb the over hanging pillar with a crack either side. Some strenuous moves needing some good technique.

FA: Chris Warner, 25 Aug 2015

A good route to practice your hand jams between rests.

FA: Chris Warner, Oct 2013

Sustained climbing up the face with a perfect finger lock and a hand crack finish.

FA: Chris Warner, Oct 2013

Will get your heart pumping.

FA: Rosa Agudo, 2013

If you happened to bring natural pro here's a route to stick it in, finishes up Plan B

FA: Scott Young, Nov 2013

Funky arete with technical climbing.

Don't climb this during Peregrine nesting season.

FA: Chris Fitzgerald, Oct 2013

Killer jug slapping up the blocks after a delicate face climb start. Was 25 until a hold broke making the crux alittle longer and harder.

FA: Chris Warner, Nov 2013

Start climbing up Cupola till the chimney then head out left into the overhang on jugs. Another stunning route with superb rock and great exposure.

FA: Chris Warner, Aug 2015

It's got it all: face, crack, chimney, squeeze. A must do route. Best to clean back down the squeeze or to Top Rope use the higher ring out left. Don't pull the loose blocks off the ledge before the chimney onto your belayer, and wear a helmet to belay.

FA: Chris Warner, Oct 2013

One of the best routes at the crag! A long route with a punch at the end.

FA: Chris Warner, Oct 2013

A long pitch on awesome rock with lots of bolts. Possible extension at grade 24 to the single lower off 2m above the chain. Take care of the rope length when lowering!

FA: Chris Warner, Oct 2013

Technical start on unique fin crimps.

FA: Kristy Shelley, Sep 2013

Good little climb with a thoughtful crux.

FA: Kristy Shelley, Sep 2013

Nice easy climbing

FA: Kristy Shelley, Sep 2013

Start as for Magic Mushroom but continue straight up.

FA: Chris Warner, 2015

Funk your way up the chimney and then bust right on some great moves up high.

FA: Federico Zambrano, Oct 2013

Excellent sustained climbing on a slightly overhanging face. A bit soft for the grade and good for doing training laps.

FA: Justin Ryan, Nov 2013

Set Nov 2013

Climb Vikings and continue to a no hands rest at the break. Make your way through the undercut bulge and blast up the centre of the headwall.

FA: Justin Ryan

Set by Justin Ryan, 1 Mar 2015

Start as for Vikings. From Vikings anchor, climb to break and up two bolts. From here take the right line of bolts. Finish as for Flirtation.

Set by Justin Ryan, 2013

FA: Joe Horan, 15 May 2014

Tricky moves through the overlap leads to much easier climbing

FA: Chris Warner, Oct 2013

Great route, great position. Access via the rungs to chains. Best to belay from ground, able to lower off with 60m rope on stretch - tie a knot.

Set by Chris Warner, 2013

FA: Kumari Barry, Dec 2013

Tricky move to start then up blocks. Great bouldery moves up the arete on flakes and crimps in an exposed position.

Set by Chris Warner

FA: David Cook, May 2020

The following climbs are around the arête at the right hand end of the of the wall on a raised ledge

Up to the slopy ledge then swing out and climb the sustained face on stella rock to the top.

FA: Chris Warner, Oct 2013

A punchy start that leads to easier climbing. Go for the on-sight!

FA: Chris Warner, Sep 2013

Learn to jam the start and stop whining its too hard. Gets much easier after the second bolt.

FA: Chris Warner, Sep 2013

Good climbing on some great rock. Don't mind the halfway ledge.

FA: Clinton Szady, Sep 2013


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