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Indian Wall

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Access issues inherited from Thompson's Point

NO CAMPING AT THIS CRAG PLEASE - including the two carparks or any cave at the crag. Council Rangers have been patrolling the area (2019) and telling campers it is not legal to camp here. Rubbish and unattended campfires are also a major trigger point for bad relations with land managers. Council has received complaints from the public and is forced to follow them up. Continued access to these areas is at stake. Also, respect closures of areas of Aboriginal heritage value - the small wall under Cowboy Junkies is closed. Let's not see mass crag closures like what has happened in the Grampians happen at Nowra.

Approach

Take the normal route as for the Descent Gully Walls and turn right before going down the gulley to immediately hit the North facing Indian Wall. Alternatively whilst still on the Thompson's Point plateau walk East at the North end to find the alternate descent gulley into Indian Wall.

Ethic inherited from Illawarra

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

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FA: John Koster, 1998

A pleasant romp on good holds.

Start: Start just left of the arete on teh left end of Indian wall.

FA: michael fawcett

Open project? Bolted arete.

FA: John Koster, 1998

Enjoyable climbing.

Start: Start below the big cave.

FA: John Koster, 1998

FA: Stewart Black, 1999

A hell of a desperate number - especially in summer!

FA: michael fawcett

FA: John Koster, 1998

Starts on the left side of the descent gully. Up the orange ramp to the high first bolt. Good moves through the cave lead to an awkward and pumpy finish.

FA: John Koster, 1998

Starts to the right of the descent gully. Enjoy the sloperd.

FA: John Koster, 1998

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