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Access issues inherited from Townsville

Most areas are free to access to the public, some are closed for short times during the year due to car, bike and running races and other events such as flooding, bush fires or land slides after heavy rain. but they will open again soon after.

Ethic inherited from Townsville

Marking the rock at the start of the climbs used to be the norm, this is now frowned apon


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FA: Nathan Bolton / Mark Gommers

17 44m, 11 25m, 12 30m, 16 25m

Starts where the western track meets the rock on the vague north-eastern corner of the South Sentinel.

  1. 44m 17 Up from initialled corner to large scoop and gear. Move R out of scoop and continue up the crack. Move L past 1 FH to a small horn and another FH. Gain the corner crack and follow the ledges to vegetated belay ledge and chains.

  2. 25m 11 Up and L from the belay through vegetation to gain the large detached rib. Pass optional rivet on the main wall (requires 1 bracket) and follow rib to ledge with prominent crack. Scarce gear.

  3. 30m 12 From the belay climb up to gain ledge and steep scooped corner. Follow corner to large cave and traverse L to single FH (back up with gear).

  4. 25m 16 Obvious crack above belay then easy corner to summit.

FFA: Mark Gommers & Nathan Walmsley (alt leads) 16/02/2003. 1st pitch FFA Mark Gommers, 2003

FFA: Mark Gommers, Jason Mudge & Chris Noon, 2003

FA: Mark Gommers

FA: Nathan Bolton / Mark Gommers

FFA: Mark Gommers, Andrew Rule & Nathan Walmsley, 2003

FFA: Mark Gommers, 2003

  1. (28m 13) 10m R of AF. Up black slab on U bolts to fun finish and ledge.

  2. (28m 15) Up past 2 U bolts to corner. Traverse R over slab to steep headwall. Up this to natural belay. Escape as for PB

FFA: Steve Ioannou/Chris Glastonbury, 2013

Head L up ramp to corner. Up and over buldge (awkward) to interesting crimpy finish.

FFA: Steve Ioannou/Chris Glastonbury, 2013

Straight up from NE belay. enjoyable climbing on pocketed orange rock. Traverse slightly L at end to jug.

FFA: Steve Ioannou/Chris Glastonbury, 2013

Far RH line off the ledge. Sustained jug haul on overhung orange rock.

FFA: Steve Ioannou/Chris Glastonbury/Chris Beric, 2013

FFA: Chris Glastonbury & Steven Ioannou, 2012

FFA: Mark Gommers & Andrew Rule, 2004

FFA: Steve Ioannou & Chris Glastonbury, 2006

13 35m, 15 12m, 15 37m, 3 30m, 9 45m, 14 43m

FFA: Rik Wittkopp, Mark Gommers (alt) & Chris Noon, 2003

FFA: Mark Gommers, 2004

FA: Gareth Llewellin & Chris Beric, 2012

VF to SC. Instead of trending R to corner/arete, Blast straight up through brilliant steep orange rock to finish at FEOS anchor.

FFA: Steve Ioannou, Chris Glastonbury & Chris Beric, 2013

Used to be called Bramble Scramble but was renamed.

FA: Chris Beric, Chris Glastonbury & Steve Ioannou, 2012

13 12m, 19 25m, 19 27m, 15 12m

FFA: Chris Beric (1, 4), Steve Ioannou (2) & Chris Glastonbury (3), 2012


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