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Large corner system, originally done as a single pitch rope stretcher 1 pitch. Start up the conglomerate slab, then climb the left wall/corner to a roof. A bolt protects a move at the roof, finishing at a double bolt belay on the right.

FA: Darrin Gray & Matt Arnott, 1990

Climb the corner 7m left of Stem Cell, crack tapering from hands to small wires, culminating with some face moves to the anchors (double rings)

Set by Vanessa Wills, 2017

FA: David Gray & Vanessa Wills, 2017

Into corner just right of arête, and through small triangular roof

Up across sloping ramp and onto slab 2m left of Stem Cell

Climb corner with good protection, until it closes down to a seam. Stem up past a bolt until crack opens up again. Double ring lower-offs.

FA: David Gray & Vanessa Wills, Jul 2016

Up seam left of Matts crack, cams to 0.75 at top

Hand crack in centre of buttress 10m right of Stem Cell. Now has DBB to the left at top of crack

FA: Matt Arnott & Darrin Gray, 1990

Tricky face moves up reasonable quality rock, the face left of CC. Stays in shade until midday.

FA: Vanessa Wills & David Gray, Dec 2016

Corner, 10m right of Matt's Crack, now has DBB. Historically the scene of a broken coccyx.

FA: darrin gray & co

Up wall 2m left of "Sell Fish" to double rings. Going direct instead of to arête at last bolt adds a couple of grades.

Set by Vanessa Wills

FA: David Gray & Vanessa Wills, 2016

Excellent finger crack after a start through some average rock.

FA: David Gray & Vanessa Wills, 2016

Climb thin crack just right of "Sell Fish", well protected with small wires and cams (0.5-000) with large cams up to #3.5 Camalots for pockets. Step left to finish at Fishmongers double ring bolt belay. Two old bolt holes were on this

FA: David Gray & Vanessa Wills, 2016

A mixed route not for the faint hearted. Although the gear is good, the rock looks suspiciously terrible in the mid conglomerate band. For a nice grade 10 stop after the last bolt and hopefully anchors will appear above Parole officer. If you are training for somewhere like Kaputar or NZ alpine then keep going with small to medium cams and a good small offset wire up a thin crack, stepping right under a triangular roof, then up this to hand crack to anchors. Although a hammer and crowbar has been used on the block without motion, it may not always remain that way. Be cautious.

FA: Vanessa Wills & David Gray, Jul 2016


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