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First wall you come to. Has a bunch of great routes and the access is fantastic. Highlights are Super Grover, The Pretender, and if you're up for a challenge the trad roof of Synchronicity.

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Approach

2 minutes from car.

Ethic inherited from Waihoo

A mixed of sport and trad routes but all the routes are well equiped with lower offs and solid bolts

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Routes

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The first good piece of rock on the cliff line and possibly the closest sandstone route to Coffs?? Climb arête past 2 bolts. Most people think this route is harder than 19 but Artie refuses to give such a short route a harder grade. Let's call it 'stout'.

FFA: Arthur Schultz, 2011

4m left of Yosemite Action Hero. Very punchy through rooflet.

FFA: Toby Holmes, 2012

Stick clip ring and climb bouldery start to Beached

FFA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2012

Start as for FSA then veer right and up thin slab to anchors on ledge

FFA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2011

As for beached then Continue up steep headwall from ledge to finish with hands on top of cliff. Beware of some loose rock. Needs Anchor

FFA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2011

Climb arête past 3 rb and some finesse

FFA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2011

thin face and Arete. looks hard

The Obvious trad corner crack in centre of wall. Up to ledge and anchors above FSA

FFA: Brian Cork, 2011

A juggy roof that is way easier than it looks from the ground. 3 bolt slab with pockets to ledge, take a breather and then campus into the roof on massive jugs and up through more steep terrain to a lower off below small tree.

FFA: Brian Cork, 2011

Climb flake and arete to get to 5m horizontal roof. Fire our roof near finger crack to anchors over lip.

FFA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2011

The amazing looking, yellow, honey-comb roof 15m left of Super Grover. Up wall and then crank out the 3-4m horizontal roof on jugs and pockets to finish on holds over the lip. Anchor has permadraws on it to make cleaning a little easier

FFA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2011

Fun face route.

FFA: Stephen Hawkshaw, 2012

All Trad up crack and left at top to anchor for TST

FFA: Toby Holmes, 2012

wall just left of offwidth

FFA: Toby Holmes, 2012

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