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Ethic inherited from Wolgan Valley

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GR 553218 2KM NW of the Annie Rowan Creek/Wolgan River confluence, west of mount Morgan. P1 45m 18: This climb begins up a broken orange corner (facing the river), up past a jungle ledge with vines back into the crack itself. Avoiding the small roof on the left move right into the next corner system . Thin, delicate traverse with sloping foot rail. Belay at major ledge approx 50m AGL. The 2nd pitch (approx 20m) is a great corner system with blank walls and a thinning crack (excellent small jams) around grade 21. When the corner steepens move right to jungle ledge. P3 (35m, 15) Traverse right (big exposure over roof) into next corner system, up dirty corner to belay off gum tree at the major ledge between the two summits. P4, 10m (10) Up to the lower summit (the main summit appears to have lots of dogy rock and not much gear).

FA: Joe Goding & Simon Dadley-Moore, 2002


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