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The blocky wall west of The Amphitheatre and before The Point

Access issues inherited from The Dark Side

There are no known access issues, but the area is relatively untouched, so treat it with respect. Try and avoid damaging vegetation, and set up an abseil after the first climb, to avoid trampling vegetation on top of the cliff.

Ethic inherited from The Dark Side

All climbs are traditional, and bolting is strongly discouraged.


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The small seam + crack, hidden behind the large outcrop. Great moves with good pro, climbs even better than it looks.

FFA: Kelly Thorpe & Garth Wimbush, Oct 2015

Follow the corner to the left of 'Ode To Dane' all the way.

FFA: Jack Mattinson & Kelly Thorpe, 3 Oct 2015

A lovely route. Straight up the middle of the blank-looking wall with the buttress on the left and the roof on the right. The gear is good, despite first impressions.

FFA: Garth Wimbush & Kelly Thorpe, 3 Oct 2015

Climb the corner over stacked blocks, then with increasing difficulty until the grade eases above. Continue following the crack/corner to the top.

FFA: Garth Wimbush & Lyron Winderbaum, 4 Apr 2015

Starts on the face 5m L of Stray back. Great moves on horizontals and seam to begin with, small gear needed. At ledge head up slab with a hardish move, finish easy.

FFA: Garth Wimbush & Kelly Thorpe, Dec 2016

Fun crack line and layback flake. Small headwall at top. Great pro and good climbing!

FFA: Kelly Thorpe & Garth Wimbush, Dec 2016

Bold right trending crack in the middle of the face. Start at the thin seam in the corner which leads on to the homage ledge and a crack that will make you a believer. The first ascent involved stepping off the block - going from the ground is considerably harder.

FFA: Jack Mattinson & Garth Wimbush, 20 May 2013


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