Lorna Pass





Some bush boulders.

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Park at the south-east end of the main Comenarra Parkway cutting at the entrance to the Lorna Pass Track. Follow the track in (taking a left/downhill at the fork) and you'll see the boulders on the track.

Ethic inherited from North Shore

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Start in the large pocket close to the ground. Up and over.

Sit start at the right of the scoop/arete. Head up the big jugs to top abit left.

Sit start the broken arete and up.

In between boulders. Slab your way up with sidepulls.

Sit start and climb the prow/arete to finish on the right side. Hyper classic.

Emmanuel Madayag Sam Healy

FA: James Scarborough, 2003

Sit start in the scoop. Move up to the flake then trend left to top out.

Sit start in the pockets then up. Desperate mantle.

Sit start in the large break/pocket on the left. Head up and right to mantle.

From the low rail move left into base over apex and top out on the left half the peak

Lip traverse

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