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Blue Mountains

Massive amounts of rock, easily accessible high quality routes in a beautiful location.

North Lower Blue Mountains

The Bells Line of Road to Springwood Road. And around the lower Grose River area.

North Lower Blue Mountains
Crago Observatory

the Random Observatory

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory
North Side

North of the Observatory

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory North Side
V1 Crago bar

Start on the big under cling on the right, make your way left to hole in wall the big move to crack then up and left

V1 Observe this

Star the same as CB to the crack then up and over

V1 Major Lazer Beam

Same start as CB then ride the Lazer crack right then up and over

V1 Lazer Beam

Same line as MLB finish in the cave on right

V2 space invaders

A fun finish to cool beans once you get the cave traverse left along the crack.

V2 Cool beans

sit star on under cling bulge hands matched then up the arete left hand in the crack right around the slopey side

Sharks fin

The entire cliff line is right on the fire trail. On the edge of BM national Park and reserve.

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory North Side Sharks fin
V0 orbit

a low traverse around the block

V3 Silver Back

Stand start on the slab side, with out using the sides, slowley make your way to the top

V0+ shark attack

sit start under a small bulge on good hand holds to the top

V0+ Lump ladder

sit start. 1st move is the hardest then the lumps get bigger.

V1 Bump from lumps

sit start hands mached in a vertical rail, then move your left hand all the way around to the big left rail, then up you go

the toilet bowl wall

Opiset the sharks finn

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory North Side Sharks fin the toilet bowl wall
V2 the apprentice

sit start in the corner the hand jam to the top. try to not layback the crack

V0 Lay back and walk in the park

lay back crack, and then walk up the slab

V2 the columbian

start in the cave under the toilet bowl feature, head right over the rim to the top. keep your feet high on the back awl when starting

V4 ..

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V4 chicken palmy slowpr

sit start in under cut cave climb up over lip then diagoaly left

V2 BTER

climb the slab wall marked with gratify stand star try not to do a bit of a jump for the 1st move don't use the crack on right

crack

The entire cliff line is right on the fire trail. On the edge of BM national Park and reserve.

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory North Side
Slab wall

a slab wall on the north west side

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory North Side Slab wall
V3 up and at em

up and and over the bulge

V2 slab wars

a bad slab problem

V1 a slab for your friends

a ok slab problem

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory North Side
Apocalypso boulder

Behing the observatory

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory North Side Apocalypso boulder
V2 st sang way out

sit start in the left corner, the up and over the lip do not touch the bolder on the left

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory
South Side

south of the Observatory

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory South Side
Deep Space wall

long wall with a bulge in middle

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory South Side Deep Space wall
V1 milky way

start 2 hands on sloper, work your feet up the over

V3 mars attacks

start on small under cling at eye level then all the way up to the top

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory
West Side

Extensive length of cliffline with mostly Chossy overhangs. There is a considerable amount of rock, with the potential for plenty more lines. The climbs that are already there are good, but are in need of some cleaning.

North Lower Blue Mountains Crago Observatory West Side
22 supernova

the bolts running up the cave. lower off ring bolts up the top

17 Step up stand up!

left side of the slab wall cool move 1/2 way

17 pulsar

up the dirty crack to a crack going left on a 45. DRBB at top

14 Moon jam

straight up on the left side of the wall. DRBB at top

18 Black hole

start on the right on a dirt wall 1st bolt is just before the crack then up the crack to the top. Ring bolts at the top. May be a bit small for a large biners.

North Lower Blue Mountains
Sleepyhollow Boulder

Some amazing boulder some big some small

North Lower Blue Mountains Sleepyhollow Boulder
20 short fast loud

stright up the overhanging wall DUB at top. you will need to lead the climb on the right to get to the bolts

16 Honeymoon Arete

up the Arete 1 hard ish move after the 2nd bolt. DUB at top also used for SFL

18 the archetype direct

start at the right side of the arete 3 bolts to the DUBB

20 the archetype

start 2mt right of arête stick clip 1st bolt hard start after the 2nt bolt veer left back to the direct route good climb

21 Sleepy archetype

a funny link up climb 1st 3 bolt of the TA then Travers right along horazontal break to the 3rd bolt on sleepyholow the finish the climb.

20 Sleepyhollow

fun line. stick clip 1st bolt DRBB

21 Holloween

after the 2nd bolt on SH veer right linking up to the next climb

project

The Blue Mountains are a World Heritage listed area. The Grose Valley, the cliffs around Katoomba and much of the Narrow Neck peninsula are part of the Blue Mountains National Park which is managed by the NPWS. The Western Escarpment - where most of the climbing is - is Crown Land managed by the BMCC. While the NPWS Plan of Management nominates several locations in the National Park where rock climbing is deemed appropriate, the majority of the climbing remains unacknowledged. To maintain access our best approach is to 'Respect Native Habitat, Tread Softly and Leave No Trace'. Do not cut flora and keep any tracks and infrastructure as minimal as possible.

Practically all crags are either in National Park or in council reserve: dog owners are reminded that dogs are not allowed in National Parks at any time and fines have been issued, while for crags on council reserve the BMCC leash law requires that dogs be on-leash.

project 2

The Blue Mountains are a World Heritage listed area. The Grose Valley, the cliffs around Katoomba and much of the Narrow Neck peninsula are part of the Blue Mountains National Park which is managed by the NPWS. The Western Escarpment - where most of the climbing is - is Crown Land managed by the BMCC. While the NPWS Plan of Management nominates several locations in the National Park where rock climbing is deemed appropriate, the majority of the climbing remains unacknowledged. To maintain access our best approach is to 'Respect Native Habitat, Tread Softly and Leave No Trace'. Do not cut flora and keep any tracks and infrastructure as minimal as possible.

Practically all crags are either in National Park or in council reserve: dog owners are reminded that dogs are not allowed in National Parks at any time and fines have been issued, while for crags on council reserve the BMCC leash law requires that dogs be on-leash.

cliff line

the cliff line up the hill from the bolders

North Lower Blue Mountains Sleepyhollow Boulder cliff line
20 to 23 christopher walken project

has not been bolted yet. right side of big cave

20 to 23 headless horsemen project

has not been bolted yet 3mt right of CW under the tree

North Lower Blue Mountains Sleepyhollow Boulder
Small Hollow Boulder

The boulder south of Sleepyholow Boulder

Finger Eater Boulder

The boulder down the hill from sleepyhollow

North Lower Blue Mountains Sleepyhollow Boulder Finger Eater Boulder
V4 finger eater crack

after a good clean and several attempts, the line isn't as hard as i thought but still awesome.

North Lower Blue Mountains
Brosville

Micro Crag in Grose Vale, small short easy routes.

North Lower Blue Mountains Brosville
North Side

Cliffs north of acess gully, climbs described right to left

North Lower Blue Mountains Brosville North Side
16 Its Bigly

Up paler part of face to shared anchors

18 Don’t Forget the Pistachios

Thin start to pocket tending right diagonally to shared anchors

12 Plissken's revenge

Up left side of small cave to face and shared anchors

15 Under a Dead Sydney sky

Up face past pocket and mantle, right to shared anchors

13 Minge Twinge

Out right of small rooflet to shared anchors

9 Id Rather Be Fishing

Up slabby featured arete moving right to shared anchors.

9 Take Your job and Shove It

Up featured slab just left of corner to shared anchors

13 Tendency to Atrophy

Straight up left side of slab moving right to shared anchors.

11 It's a flop

Right of arete up pale streak to shared anchors

12 Break Even

Up arete and right to shared anchors

North Lower Blue Mountains Brosville
South Side

Cliffs south of access gully, climbs described left to right.

North Lower Blue Mountains Brosville South Side
16 Birth of the Screaming Sound.

Up juggy steep face to anchors

16 Bump it Up

2m rt of BOTSS, up orange face over bulge to anchors

18 You Know you Want To

Up right side of cave to anchors

17 Disgustipated

Up vertical flake over bulge to anchors

18 Riding The Tiger

Same start as D, tending right over small roof to anchors. Lots off drag on lower of so either rap off or simply top out.

Next climbs are past large erosion cave

Next climbs are past large erosion cave

17 Bacterial Vaginosis

Steepish start over bulge to slab and anchors on the ledge or top out to avoid rope drag on lower off.

14 Slash

Up left side of buttress to shared anchors

12 Burn

Up faint arete right side of buttress to shared anchors

9 Kev The Cunt

Left side of slab to shared anchors

12 Why cant you be Chilled Like Gary

Right side of slab to shared anchors

14 Kakistocrat

Straight up slab tending right to shared anchors

12 Xenocrat

Straight up slab tending left to shared anchors

Next climbs past access gully on next butress

Next climbs past access gully on next butress

10 Chalk Monster

2m rt of access gully. Straight up face passing left leaning flake to top.

13 No Fried Chicken

Up arete and mantle to shared anchors. Note anchors are set back a bit so if precious about rope just top out and walk off or abseil off.

13 Get Over It

2m rt of arete straight up past small beak and mantle to shared anchors with NFC

11 Benefic

Up short slab and past right side of small break to shared anchors

8 Best Route Eva #AlternativeFacts

2m rt..up juggy slab and face to share anchors

13 Grey Area

Up face right side of small cave mid height to shared anchors

13 Hesitation Marks

Up right side of wall to shared anchors

Lower Blue Mountains

The lower mountains features a variety of areas from gorges, gullies, gulches, caves, waves, and much more. Renowned for its loose sandstone, the climbing can be quite friable!

Lower Blue Mountains
Slab World

Medium height bolted sport climbing area in a deep forested valley near Springwood.

Lower Blue Mountains Slab World
Spider wall

Up high in corner on a small ledge.

Lower Blue Mountains Slab World Spider wall
18 Potato Thrower

Up tending left following the streak to bulge at top.4 U bolts to Ring / U anchor

17 Fosters Buckets

A bit runout at top. Up following white orange groove.3 U bolts to Ring / U bolt anchor

Lower Blue Mountains Slab World
Main Wall

Slabby to vertical wall up to 15m high.

Lower Blue Mountains Slab World Main Wall
12 Chicken Run

Up obvious crack line on arete.

  1. 15m (12) Follow the right seam up the arete placing gear as you go, traversing left to tree and ledge beneath blank face.

  2. 5m (6) Scramble up dirty gully.

13 Drone Bone

Up rightmost seam on arrete as for Chicken Run to the little cave. From here continue directly up the corner crack. Tree belay well back from edge. A No. 4 Camalot helps near the end. Watch out for loose rock at the top. To get off, walk right through spikefest for 15m and rap from tree.

18 Knuckles

4m right of CR.

Line of ring bolts up orange streak finishing at double rings above bulge.

17 Elmocize

Line of ring bolts on left side of 'Arete', finishing up WW on slab. 4 ring bolts + DRBB

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