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Do you like steep overhanging power routes, that are possibly a little stiffly graded? Yes? Then you and this crag will be great friends!


From the parking area, follow the track past Riverside and up the valley to the cliff. You'll arrive under 'Crossing the Rubicon' in between 30 and 40 minutes.

Descent notes

Lowering off is the go. If you don't have much experience cleaning the draws of very overhanging sport routes, take care, as there are some pretty big swings to be had.


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Far left hand side of the cliff caped by an enormous roof.

Very short route on the far left of the cave.

FA: garry phillips, May 2017

Crack in the middle of the wall.

This steep little number climbs out of the cave about 6m left of the start of Crossing The Rubicon. Powerful start to an awkward rest. Then a technical traverse to the lip. Has fixed quickdraws on the route, but no loweroff on the anchors. Easiest to touch the anchors then jump!

FA: Owen Gervasoni, Jun 2018

Beautiful orange rock in the centre of the cliff.

Bouldery climbing 5m left of Caligula

Start directly under waterfall, traverse left through some awesome moves

FA: garry phillips, 24 Aug 2017

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

Direct finish to Hercules has a vicious boulder problem guarding the chains.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

Varied and sustained on glorious rock. At the top of it's grade and difficult to on-sight.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

After exiting the hanging corner on Alea Jacta, traverse right on good horizontal rail but poor feet, then launch up final nose to DBB.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

Right hand side of the wall, north facing

Climbs the crux of Fed to the Lions before breaking out left and following the break to finish up left hand side of the head wall. Classic power endurance route with a heart breaking last move.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

Climbs the crux of Fed to the Lions before breaking out left and going up the middle of the head wall.

FA: garry phillips, 2017

The initial white pocketed wall of Fed to the Lions to DBB.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, 2017

Power up the 45 degree overhanging wall directly above Lions.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, 2017

Classic introduction to pumpy and steep sandstone climbing.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, 2017

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

The short and steep black arête at the right end of the main wall of the Colosseam is a project (OG).


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