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One of the first recorded routes at Mt Stuart. Climbs the obvious R facing corner to ledge at half height then solid laybacking up the flake to top. Tricky to protect down low; take small wires/RP's, very small cam, 0 Camalot X3 works a treat. You need to be solid at grade 17 to lead this route (Can be top roped off double bolts above climb). Be wary of the block at the top which appears to move (though some reinforcement was done late 2021).

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Route history

Feb 1982First ascent: T.McOwan, Dave Hall & Anthony Tims

Warnings

Location

Lat/Lon: -19.34239, 146.78487

Grade citation

17 Assigned grade
Matt Brooks
17 OZ Rock
17 A Climber's Guide to Townsville and Magnetic Island
18 [17 - 18] + grAId

ethic

Installation of permanent anchors (eg bolts) is not permitted on City Council land or Department of Defence (Army) land. Take all rubbish with you. - Be aware of loose rocks and other climbers who could be below you.

inherited from Mt Stuart

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Overall quality 64 from 60 ratings.

Tick Types

Onsight 15
Flash 8
Red point 6
Tick 36
Top rope 6
Attempt 5

Comment keywords

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