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Description

Generally good steep rock. Best quality routes at crag.

© (gavin lyon)

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Approach

South of 'Berlin Wall'.

© (gavin lyon)

Ethic inherited from Illawarra

Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.

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Routes

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Set by Graeme Hill

1m left of 'Origami'. Pockets to start then thin moves through to finishing jugs. 6 RBs to DBB.

FA: Mark Rewi, 2005

Up widening crack on trad. Gritty.

FA: Unknown

Steep arete at L end of grandstand. Problem solver. Reachy crux.

FA: Gavin Lyon, 2004

Start as for Origami then traverse right and up through sustained moves. Great excursion on good rock. 7 RBs to DBB.

FA: Gavin Lyon, 2005

Steep start on big pockets. Good moves on good rock. 5RBs to DBB.

FA: Graeme Hill

Sustained and excellent. Varied climbing on good rock. 6 RBs to DBB.

FA: Gavin Lyon, 2004

6 RBs to DBB.

FA: Graeme Hill

5 RBs to DBB.

FA: Graeme Hill

6 RBs to DBB.

FA: Graeme Hill

Start as TNOTU then diagonally right. 6RBs to DBB.

FA: Graeme Hill

Batman start. 5 RBs to DBB.

FA: Graeme Hill

Up the arete. 4RBs to DBB.

FA: Graeme Hill, 2005

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