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Summary

Some amazing features and an all time setting. Unfortunately a lot of the rock is chossy and sharp but a few pockets of good quality rock make for some great boulder problems.

Access issues inherited from Lowlands

access via 4wd track, continue past but rock to get there

Approach

Easy access with a sturdy 4WD (the track is often steep and loose sand). Bit of a slog without a 4WD but definitely still doable.

Ethic

Clean tick marks and caked chalk. Clean up your rubbish. No chipping, gluing or bolting.

Routes

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Vert wall with a jug at the top

Start with underclings and up. Kinda cool

FA: Michael Taran, Jul 2019

Stand start and up the left side of the slab with the left crack

FA: Michael Taran, Jul 2019

Stand start and up the right side of the slab with the right crack.

FA: Michael Taran, Jul 2019

Jump start. Up the arete. Tall obvious arete. https://vimeo.com/383043376

FA: Will Atkinson, 5 Jan 2020

Sit start left hand good side pull, right hand crimp. Up the crimps on the face.

FA: Unknown

Stand start on edge on the left. Move rightwards then up the face.

Sit start in the mini-cave with crimps. Powerful moves to gain the jugs then trend right to a high finish with crimps. https://vimeo.com/383043376

FA: Will Atkinson, 4 Jan 2020

Face and arete. Top looks scary!

Up steep face with sharp holds and juggy flake. V dunno

Stand start and up. High and proud. https://vimeo.com/384178003

FA: Will Atkinson, 11 Jan 2020

Low start in the cave. Up the face with good system of holds. Dodgy landing. Behind and to the right of 'Winklepicker'

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