Home to 'The Blank Wall', a classic V4, and She-Oak Crack, a classic easier crack. The eponymous She-Oak was gone by the early 1990s.

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Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Immediately left of 'Snout Rock' and 'Corals', a steep slab with a ripply top marks 'The Blank Wall', abutted by a pair of diverging cracks on the left

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Ethic inherited from North Shore

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Left of the descent gully, below the tree is an intense little one-mover. Up the center of this little wall. The tree root is off!

Too wide to jam, too narrow to chimney, thrutch your way up instead

Climb the R arete of The Offwidth crack by its R side.

Climbs the territory just left of The Offwidth.

The testpiece of the wall. 'Required' qualification for the Lindfield Hardman badge. Scene of chip/fill shenanigans in the past. Classic. Chips have recently been filled in (Aug 2017).

To the right of 'She-Oak Crack' is a thin seam. Climb it.

Classic, the crack system left of The Blank Wall is a good outing for almost anyone.

As the name suggests, the diagonal crack system leading out of the start of 'She-Oak Crack'.

Continue directly up the slanting crack line (instead of traversing L)

There's an obvious pocket below the traverse of '7 - Diagonal Cracks'. Use this to gain the break.

Starting on the slopey crimp, attack the arete of 'The Golden Triangle'

Adds a move to GT by sit-starting with left hand pocket, right hand layaway

Corner left of the arete, moving up on good holds to escape or finish direct.

steep stuff on the left edge of the wall

Step across the descent gully to The Small Blank Wall, downclimb The Offwidth then traverse low across the wall to the top of The Golden Triangle and step across to The Overhang. This is probably the crux of The Lindfield Traverse.

Alternatively traverse high across The Blank Wall and drop down at the end which is much easier.


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