Deliverance Area

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 2
  • Content Quality: Medium




Higher section of Waihoo with longer mixed routes

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Continue past White Wall for about 50m.

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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Possibly the worst, documented route in the Coffs Area. An adventure route that is the antithesis of the neighboring sport climbs. About 30 m past the White Wall, before you get to the main Deliverance Area.

  1. 15m. Delicately up the orange, chossy, corner crack to the base of the chimney.

  2. 15m. Struggle and stem your way up the flairing off-width/chimney on reasonable rock until you reach the overhanging soil. Detour left around the arete onto poorly protected slopers and bushes before crawling across a ledge back into the main crack system.

  3. 5m. Enjoy a surprisingly nice stemming crack to the summit.

FA: Brian Cork & Daniel Hazell, 21 May 2016

Climb 4 to 5m through slightly reachy and mildly overhung section until small arete is reached . Move up this for a few metres and then move into corner , use corner and wall until crack is reached then up crack to lower off chains

FA: Marc Bailey lead Jen Marshall 2nd, 2011

start near beehive. still a project

Start as for CoD. Up first 4 bolts on CoD (hangers needed) then step head up and leftward to steep headwall and anchors. Beware of loose rock in the first half, a 60m rope will just get you back to the ground.

FFA: Alan Ezzy

Set by Alan Ezzy

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