camp cave area

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 11



Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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  1. 15m (10) scramble up top texas flake

  2. either link up as one mege pitch keeping rope drag in mind through the roof, or climb up crack from the top of texas flake till roof crack then traverse right to belay (18)

  3. 15m (23) it doesn't get more appealing as equally terrifying! set your gear and then start grovelling your way up through the roof until finally the crux!

get the crew to have the cameras on standby, this one gets the sunset picture awards

  1. 15m (17) follow the weakness up the face of the texas flake, body belay from the other side of the flake.

  2. 15m (24) standing tall off the texas flake place fiddly gear then charge off into sustained fingers and technical climbing up the orange wall next to camp.

  3. 8m roped up scramble to next obvious belay at final pitch of golden ratio

  4. 20m (23) up the last pitch of golden ratio

  1. 15m (17) up the face of the texas flake, place a red cam in perfect slot over to the far left then down climb the back side of the texas flake to start of the second pitch

  2. 20m (19) up offwidth corner and amazing 3D climbing

  3. 20m (23) the golden pitch, near perfect corner crack system, has everything from fingers to fists, steepness, sustained, pumper. will keep you being humble

worthy single pitch crack in its self, possible to bail off the belay ledge all naturally with detached block from the main cliff. will link up to probably something really hard all the way up but potentially will need a bolt.

  1. 20m (16)up the nice lichen filled crack passing some shrubs that are not big enough to trust and just get in the way to the obvious large tree for a hanging belay.

  2. 35m (16) up then traverse left on horizontal crack then some balancy moves trending right upto a muddy cave for belay

  3. 5m (10) grab those burnt trees and mantel

yes this is the stellar crack running up the face of the north west grey wall looking from camp!!!! would be a 3 star if the start wasnt so god dam spicy! 'R" rated for first three bits of gear which would almost result in a ground fall anyway.

after the nandos spice you make access into a beautiful finger and hand crack with moves that really make you question the grade.. or are you actually just rock climbing??? pitch 2 is just a 5m climb upto next belay ledge. pitch 3 stepping out from the belay ledge you instantly gain 50m of direct exposure, absolute gem, enjoy the swim to the very top... p.s dont forget to stop and look around and see were you are!!!


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