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20m to the left looking out from the Noth Face descent track. Great warm up/warm down crag. Definatly worth checking out.

Access issues inherited from Red Arm Creek

As per all State Forest areas, a gentle approach is required. Just be cool folks.

Ethic inherited from Red Arm Creek

Keep the trad routes natural except for lower off at the top if required and bolt the rest.


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Found by Matt Tranter Oct 2017


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Clip the first two bolts from the ground to avoid swinging. Heel hook for all you are worth. Avoid anything that is not a massive hold (everything else my well give way!) and thug your way to the top. Enjoyable, surprisingly.

Set by Adam Rabjohns

FFA: Matt Tranter

FA: Matt Tranter, 15 Dec 2017

Easy up the juggy start to finger pockets at the 3rd bolt. Pull up to bolts just over the top.

Set by Adam Rabjohns, Nov 2017

FFA: Nov 2017

FA: Adam Rabjohns, Nov 2017

Left hand crack. Nice and easy but take care with the exit.

Straight up the middle using cool fins. Starts with a high right hand to pull onto the wall. Keep off the crack to your left

FA: Matt Tranter, Nov 2017

Right hand crack. Pull with difficulty over the mini over hang on snappy holds. Old style wilderness trad route.

Start stemming on wide crack then out and up right-hand wall, slabby final move to bolts


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