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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Wide Bay Burnett Indian Head
16 Sid Vicious Was Innocent
Unknown 12m
14 The Nudie Bar
Unknown 12m
15 It's Tuff at the Top
Unknown 15m
15 Ernie Dingo
Unknown 15m
12 Apple Crumble

FA: kenny b

Unknown 17m
12 Hairy Armpits

FA: kenny b & kenny b, 2003

Unknown 16m
13 Lipstick

FA: kenny b

Unknown 10m
14 Poochung

FA: kenny b/zane f

Unknown 10m
Wide Bay Burnett Mt Walsh National Park Mt Walsh Cows Hump
20 Vegan Carrots
  1. Cool moves pulling onto the arete and up tiered face followed by some thin moves on each bulge.

  2. Unprotected scramble up to corner, then plenty of good placements to single bolt anchor and natural pro.

Set by Mason Minto & Brenton Owens

FFA: Brenton Owens & Dani Hess, Oct 2016

Mixed trad 45m, 2, 7
Unidentified Flying Object Mixed tradProject 50m, 2, 7
17 Scrab Slamble

Climb up the tricky slab past three bolts and then up crack with good gear. Continue up the small crack with gear then up the slab past 4 more bolts.

FA: Brendan Coulter, Sep 2020

Mixed trad 45m, 7
22 Mono a Mono

A tad contrived but fun. Start at Grand hotel but clip the left bolt. Climb up the face on small pockets to a stance on the left, then continue up the face past gear (offset nuts) and a bolt to the DBB.

FA: Josiah Hess, Sep 2020

Mixed trad 20m, 3
20 Grand Hotel

The best pool and parmy in Biggenden. Climb up the slab past two bolts and then up the zig zagging crack. For full value, clip the anchor with an extender and continue up the slab past 5 bolts.

FA: Josiah Hess, Sep 2020

Mixed trad 40m, 8
Slippery Ripple

Unfinished project. Please stay off unless you want to end up running it out 20 meters up a tricky slab.

Mixed tradProject 40m, 4
Wide Bay Burnett Mt Walsh National Park Mt Walsh Mank Factory
Kool-Aid Kraken

Fist sized corner roof crack located on the south-east side of the summit. Awaiting a free ascent.

FA: Josiah Hess & Andrew Banks, 11 Jun 2016

Aid 12m
18 Awkward Caterpillar

A left leaning hand crack starting from a ledge near the top of the bluff. To access, leave the tourist track at the last set of painted arrows before the summit and crawl through a small cave. Walk along ledge until you are at the base of the climb.

FA: Josiah Hess & Andrew Banks, Jun 2016

FFA: Josiah Hess, Dani Hess & Patrick Timm, Oct 2016

Trad 12m
15 Angry Chef

Up slab to the interesting bulge, follow the off-width crack either straight up or head to the back of the pillar for some spinning chock stone goodness. Finish up obvious hand crack exiting to the left for belay station. Pitch 2 is a pure scramble to escape to the ledge which finishes at the base of 'Awkward Caterpillar'.

FFA: Patrick Timm & Dani Hess, 16 Oct 2016

Trad 40m, 2
21 The Early Bird

Up slab to thin crack. Pull through a dubious crux and then up hand crack to ledge. Continue up crack to the right and scramble up the slab to a trad belay. It is possible to scramble back down to the ground by heading right.

FA: Josiah Hess & James Dobson, 19 Nov 2016

Trad 25m
Wide Bay Burnett Mt Walsh National Park Mt Walsh Sleeping Giant
24 Gluten free

Closed project, number 3 BD is needed for the start.

Set by zac

FA: Zac Trembath-Pitham, Kel & Brenton Owens, 2016

Mixed tradProject 30m, 7
MacPherson's Gold

Climbs right after clipping the first bolt of Gluten Free.

Set by zac & Josiah Hess

Mixed tradProject 30m, 6
19 Bittersweet Buffet
  1. 20m (19) The crack directly right of the large overhang. A fun offwidth, protectable by mid sized gear at the back, quickly turns into a smorgasbord of hand-jams and finger-locks, with solid rock and bomber placements the whole way. Trad belay near small tree.

  2. 30m (10) Squeeze through the chimney behind the overhang and then chimney up the right-hand side of the boulder to get back to the summit.

FFA: Josiah Hess & Patrick Timm, Oct 2016

Trad 50m, 2
Experience Altitude

Set by Josiah Hess

Mixed tradProject 35m, 9
Cookie Crumbles Mixed tradProject 35m, 7
Wide Bay Burnett Mt Walsh National Park Mt Walsh Watchtower
14 Sketchy

An ugly chimney!

FFA: Zac Trembath-Pitham, 2016

Trad 15m
The Second Coming

Closed project.

Set by zac & Josiah Hess

Mixed tradProject 60m, 2, 5
Wide Bay Burnett Mt Walsh National Park Mt Walsh Torture Chamber
18 Trundle me harder

A glorious chimney followed by a gymnastics style hand jam through a bulge. Bonus points if you can do it without grunting! Finish left to small tree for belay and escape via scramble further up left. Stays in shade all day!

FA: Patrick Timm & Josh Lehman, 6 Nov 2016

FFA: Josiah Hess & James Dobson, 19 Nov 2016

Trad 15m
18 M2 X Batshit Crazy

Adjective: batshit;

Completely mad or crazy.

FA: Josiah Hess & Zac Trembath-Pitham, 5 Nov 2016

Trad 20m
20 Who are you Biggenden

Hard to get established in the crack, once in groan and grunt your way up the off-width past two obvious crux's to ledges then up faint hand crack to tree belay.

FA: Zac Trembath-Pitham & James Dobson, 5 Nov 2016

Trad 25m
16 Flake it off

Start up the obvious finger crack behind the flake just to the right of Who are you Biggeden, Follow it to a small ledge then trend left entering the offwidth, continue up until you can pull yourself up and over the large chockstone at the top of the crack. To tree belay.

FFA: James Dobson, Josiah Hess & zac, 2016

Trad 20m
17 Keep it Relevant

Up chimney to tricky exit. Walk up the slab to finish up a corner crack.

FFA: Zac Trembath-Pitham, Josiah Hess & James Dobson, 19 Nov 2016

Trad 25m
Wide Bay Burnett Mt Walsh National Park Mt Walsh Wastelands
20 Mexican Flavoured Porridge With Ants

Located along the tape marked track behind the bluff. Up the line of weakness to a tricky section in the middle then continue up the offwidth crack to a small tree. You can walk off from the top.

FFA: Josiah Hess, James Dobson, Jacinda & Zac Trembath-Pitham, 20 Nov 2016

Trad 25m
Sunshine Coast Alexandra Headland Tide Is High
V0 Sanditos

Straight up the pillar using all the holds. Descend on the left.

FA: Brenton Owens, 27 Apr 2014

FA: Matt Earsman, 27 Apr 2014

Boulder 4m
V1 Blue Sky

As for Sanditos, but straight up the middle without using the big holds on the left or the obvious big footholds on the bottom and right.

FA: Matt Earsman, 27 Apr 2014

Boulder 4m
V0 Sand Bucket

A contrived line, more like 2 separate problems. Be very careful of a fall on this top section. Some of the top of the boulder up high is a bit loose. Up the obvious crack left of Slip, Slop, Slap then traverse around to the right of the boulder directly above and climb the small crack feature.

FA: Lorenzo Maurici, 1 Dec 2018

Boulder 6m
V2 Slip, Slop Slap

Start with hands beneath obvious overlap, no left or bottom footholds. Slap up the arete and mantle out.

FA: Matt Earsman, 27 Apr 2014

Boulder 3m
V1 I'm Not The Kind-a Girl

Sit start Slip, Slop, Slap then move right following the obvious line topping out on Salt in the wound.

Boulder 3m
V3 Salt in the Wound

Sit start to the left of the obvious crack. Using side pull and large pinch hang for 2 seconds and then up to big jug above your head, exiting to the right at the highest point.

FA: Brenton Owens, 1 May 2014

Boulder 3m
V4 The tide is high

Traverse right from good holds on left of overhanging wall, staying below the top rail until the steep arete, mantle out.

FA: Matt Earsman, 27 Apr 2014

Boulder 5m
V5 High tide, hold on!

Extension traverse of High Tide around the arete to finish the top out of But I'm holding on.

FA: Nick Foulds, 24 Dec 2019

Boulder 4m
V2 But I'm holding on

Sit start on undercling, round the corner from 'The tide is high'. Sit start, up and mantle.

FA: Brenton Owens, 27 Apr 2014

Boulder 2m
V2 Still Holding On

Sit start, use some obvious sidepulls and a high foot placement to reach an obvious jug over your head, descend by dropping down left and walking back around to the right

FA: Lorenzo Maurici, 1 Dec 2018

Boulder 2m
Sunshine Coast Brooyar Terracotta Warrior
18 Terracota Warrior

Great climb up overhung arete at L end of pillar. Four UBs and lower-off.

FA: Lee Cujes & JJ O'Brien, 2009

Sport 12m, 4
16 Gutter Ball

Start 2m R of 'Terracotta Warrior' at ground level. Up slab, pull over small roof and have fun in scoop. 5 UBs. Shares 1st UB and lower-off with 'Go the Dog'.

FA: Glenn Ferguson & Tim Rowe, 2010

Sport 12m, 5
16 Go the Dog

Start as for 'Gutter Ball'. After 1st UB tend R then continue straight up. 5 UBs. Shares 1st UB and lower-off with 'Gutter Ball'.

FA: Tim Rowe & Glenn Ferguson, 2010

Sport 12m, 5
13 Pottery Class

Start at R end of pillar. More easy fun climbing. 4 UBs and lower-off.

FA: Glenn Ferguson & Tim Rowe, 2010

Sport 12m, 4
Sunshine Coast Brooyar Lost Village Main cliff
16 Renwars Memoirs

Follow easy corner to arete then crux to anchors.

FFA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2017

FA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2017

Sport 8m, 3
21 Vetinari

Up small features to rest then up to balancey bulge, over to anchor.

FFA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2017

FA: Jarred & Justin Pedersen, 2017

Sport 9m, 4
21 Open For Business

Up small crack balancy crux, good moves.

FFA: Jarred & Justin Pedersen, 2017

FA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2017

Sport 9m, 4
21 2 paws for draws

Follow crack up to gain a rest then move to balancey finish, stick clip first bolt if needed.

FFA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2017

FA: Jarred & Justin Pedersen, 2017

Sport 8m
20 Rail McRailFace

Gain small ledge for first bolt, find better feet and get second bolt, climb rails to crux, over lip to anchors. Stick clip first bolt if needed.

FFA: Jarred & Justin Pedersen, 2017

FA: Jarred & Justin Pedersen, 2017

Sport 9m, 4
14 Better homes and gardens

Up crack, tend right around bulge then left to anchors. Watch for rope rub on the way down. Shares anchors with Rail Mc Railface

FFA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2017

FA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2017

Sport 9m, 3
16 Ego Soup

Start at bolder bottom (Stick clip first bolt if needed) crux is here, gain ledge and follow jugs to the top!

FFA: Jarred & Justin Pedersen, 2017

FA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2017

Sport 10m, 4
21 Path of pethidine

Climb boulder in the grotto to get to the first bolt then up features to a nice balancy slab move to gain anchors.

FFA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2017

FA: Jarred & Justin Pedersen, 2017

Sport 10m, 3
Sunshine Coast Brooyar Lost Village Right wall
18 Golden Gay Time

Gain bulge, clip first bolt. Hard start, tend left around mini arete up to anchors. Watch for z clipping from 4th to anchors. Grade is for the start rest of climb is 16.

FFA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2018

FA: Justin Pedersen & Jarred, 2018

Sport 10m, 4
18 Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Gain bulge clip first bolt, shares start with GGT, tend right following crack then up though crux to anchors.

FFA: Peggy & Jarred, 2017

FA: Peggy & Jarred, 2017

Sport 10m, 4
14 Vulvo

Up bulge to gain small ledge and clip first bolt, up fun features to anchors.

FA: Peggy & Justin Pedersen, 2017

FFA: Braden Pearce & Jarred, 14 Feb 2018

Sport 10m, 3
Sunshine Coast Brooyar Black Stump Buttresses
21 Coral Reef

Line of rings to ledge, crux boulder problem at top.

Start: Left side of buttress.

FA: Henk Morgans & Peter Jones, 2010

Sport 12m, 5
21 Rename

Up face to ledge then top. 3m Right of Coral Reef.

FA: Henk Morgans & Peter Jones, 2010

Sport 10m, 5
18 Bio-organic Plasma Gun

Start 2 metres to the right of Rename. Climbs the orange slab, until you hit the headwall. Lower off.

FA: Matt Schimke, 2010

Sport 13m, 5
15 Orchid Lane

Up L side of small buttress. Five U-bolts to lower-off.

FA: Heinz Buscher & Colin Carstens, 2008

Sport 14m, 5
14 Found the Salt

Up R side of small buttress. Five U-bolts to lower-off shared with OL.

FA: Matt Butler & Colin Carstens, 2008

Sport 13m, 5
19 Unknown

An unknown route to the left of Pink Panzer. A long move to a large undercling guards the second bolt. Mosey upward, avoiding some questionable rock, after which a second crux can be found pulling the bulge above the ledge. Shares last 2 bolts and anchor with PP.

Sport 18m, 6
18 Pink Panzer

2m L of HITHP. 8 RBs. One of the best grade 18's at the cliff. A little pumpy before the rooflet, but has some great moves for the grade and is very well protected.

FA: Herb Brandmeier, 2010

Sport 17m
21 Hand in the Honey Pot

Black streak to the L of FOTOS, six RBs to lower-off. Crimpy for three bolts, before moving left into corner with pumpy climbing ensuing.

FA: Graham Page & Clint Westbrook, 2008

Sport 18m, 6
19 Footprints on the Other Side

Six U-bolts to lower-off. Directly right of black wall. Overhanging on good holds.

FA: Graham Page & Colin Carstens, 2008

Sport 18m, 6
18 Annabelistic

In memory of Annabel Choy. Up steep wall to double U-bolt belay.

FA: Lara Masselos, 2008

Sport 18m, 7
16 Snake Charmer

Start at U-bolt in black strip to the left of small cave and veer left through small overhang. 7 U-bolts to double U-bolt belay.

FA: Colin Carstens, 2007

Sport 18m, 7
13 One Legged Dog

Start at the same U-bolt as for Snake Charmer but veer right Keeping right of black strip. 7 U-bolts to Double U-bolt belay.

FA: Colin Carstens, 2007

Sport 18m, 7
14 The Dog's Paw

Start around the corner from 'One Legged Dog', on the right side of the small cave.

Follow 6 U-bolts to the DUBB of OLD.

FA: Colin Carstens, 2007

FA: Colin Carstens, 2007

Sport 15m, 6
13 Crack Chaser

Alright pro with an exciting topout before clipping the Anchor. Uses Sun Chaser's lower off.

Start: About 1 meter left of 'Sun Chaser', straight up the crack.

FA: Terry Forbes & Oliver Rickford, 2010

Trad 16m
16 Sun Chaser

Good solid rock, some long moves. Four UBs to DUBB.

FA: Graham Page & A Dodson, 2006

Sport 15m, 4
16 Via the Rainbow

Starts just to the right of Sun Chaser. Contrived route on ringbolts.

FA: Herb Brandmeier & John Debont, 2009

Sport 12m, 6
14 Good for a Lifetime

6m right of Via the Rainbow. Climb pockets to ledge. Up face to slopey exit. Poor pro. More of a solo. Anchor off gumtree.

FFA: Za & Rainbow, 18 May 2018

Trad 11m
20 Foreign Exchange

Rebolted. A rising traverse which begins on the gritty apron to the left. Crappy rock in the lower half soon gives way to more solid terrain with a few delicate, balancy moves.

FA: Herb Brandemeir & John Debont, 2009

Sport 10m, 6
21 Sand in Your Pants

FFA: Steve Kloske & Elissa Jack, 1 Oct 2012

Sport 16m
21 Spider Fingers

Five UBs, joining Spike at last bolt. Hard start.

FA: Graham Page & Phil Box, 2008

Sport 15m, 5
20 Spike

Hard start. Up steep wall past five U-bolts, keeping R of bulge at the top, to double U-bolt belay. Holds have broken off the start, increasing the grade from 18.

FA: Colin Carstens & Mark Godsell, 2008

Sport 15m
19 Beyond the Black Stump

Heel hook start, quite sustained for the grade. Four UBs to chains.

FA: G Page & A Dodson., 2006

Sport 15m
21 Spank the Monkey

Very thin start (direct), quite sustained to the third bolt. First bolt can be gained from the R if you don't have what it takes to do it direct. Five UBs to DUBB.

FA: G Page & A Dodson., 2007

Sport 15m, 5
22 Oniondated

Starting in the corner just to the left of 'Little Wednesday'.

Set by Tom Kjaer-Olsen, 25 Aug 2013

FFA: Tom Kjaer-Olsen, 18 May 2014

Sport 10m, 3
25 Little Wednesday

Killer little overhang. Fun, punchy moves. Lower-off. Find a gullible seconder to clean.

FA: Graham Page & Colin Carstens, 2008

Sport 8m, 6
26 Big Friday

Start 2 metres right of Little Wednesday. A few compression moves lead to a steep rib. Finish as LW.

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2010

FA: Antoine Mousette, 2010

Sport 12m, 6
19 Passage

Clip first bolt and trend L then follow crack features to anchor. Four UBs to DUBB. Stays to the L of the UBs, with "Right Of Passage" staying to the R (hence the name).

FA: Graham page & Adam Dodson, 2007

Sport 15m
21 Right of Passage

Clip first bolt and head straight up, or slightly R of bolts. Sustained climbing, very set sequences.

FA: G Page & A dodson

Sport 15m
25 The Right To Dream

A Link-Up. Up 2 bolts of right of passage then to 3rd bolt of dream catcher. Traverse up and right into the crux of shake and bake (avoid the temptation to drop down a few moves to the start of the crux) and finish up S&B. Changes the crux a fair bit and adds a dozen or more moves to the start. I enjoyed it.

FA: James Hembury, 24 Aug

Sport 20m, 6
20 Dreamcatcher

Similar start as to RoP, not as many holds as it looks. Small runout to anchor. Five UBs to DUBB. Excellent climbing.

FA: Grama Page / Adam Dodson, 2007

Sport 15m
24 Shake and Bake

Thin and techy, just R of Dreamcatcher. Five RBs to DBB. Possibly harder to onsight than the ever popular Little Wednesday. Beware of the red ants.

FA: Charlie Lewis & Cameron Dougin, 2007

Sport 15m
17 The Enticer

Follow R leaning corner and crack. Five U-bolts to a spicy move at the end. Lower-off. Similar style to Dreamcatcher at an easier grade.

FA: Gordon Baudino & Colin Carstens, 2008

Sport 14m, 5
7 Climbing Deprivation Anxiety Disorder Cure Corner

After a long week without climbing due to injury, addicted climbers start suffering Climbing Deprivation. After going with his friends to the crag to just belay and take pictures the subject develops Climbing Deprivation Anxiety Disorder. The symptoms include palpitations or pounding heart, accelerated heart rate, sweating, trembling or shaking, dry mouth (not due to medication or dehydration), trying to mentally on-sight a 25, and falling. The only apparent cure for this disorder is to find an easy nearby climb to solo. At Black Stump, this is it.

Easy and dirty climb. A few nice hand jambs and back footing and you are on the ledge. From there, take some pictures of your girlfriend doing a real climb or your friends struggling to clean Little Wednesday. Then chimney up and top out to clean one of your friend's climbs and at least feel you did something productive for the day. If a 7 is too hard for your injury, then change your sneakers and get your climbing shoes.

Since it was my only climb in a whole week I might be overselling it. It's probably (definitely) an awful climb not worth doing.

FA: Miguel Madero. Carina Casco handing him a shoe to downclimb, 5 Feb 2012

Unknown 14m
15 French Bandit

Starts 2m left of Crack Whore. Stickclip high first bolt. Climbs the steep rock on rings to shared anchor with MBCWG.

FA: Matt Schimke, 2010

Sport 12m, 4
15 My Brother's Crack Whore Girlfriend

Four RBs to DBB (in cavelet). Keeps you interested at the grade.

FFA: Graham Page, Charlie Lewis, Clint Westbrook & Mclovin, 2008

Sport 10m, 4
Sunshine Coast Brooyar Hanuman's Hangout
21 Hanuman's Eye

Now a complete sport route - fully bolted. Fairly hard start, then work out on good holds and heel hooks, clip bolt with chain extender before emerging to crux, gaining the corner. Six UBs to DUBB.

FA: G Page & A Dodson, 2006

Sport 15m, 6
23 The Animal Within LHV Sport 12m
20 The Animal Within

3m R of HE, 6 UBs to DUBB. Clip second and go straight up. For a grade 24 variant, go out under rooflet, boulder crux, clip lip and keep going up.

FA: G Page & A Dodson, 2007

Sport 15m, 4
24 Bats In The Belfry

A unique route for Brooyar, 8 UBs to DBB (long slings recommended for 3rd and 6th).

FA: Graham Page & Clint Westbrook, 2008

Sport 15m, 8
24 Slave To Gravity

Start up crack chimney feature on the right of the crag. Six RBs to lower off in centre of roof. Semi sloping campus.

FA: Graham Page & Clint Westbrook, 2008

Sport 15m, 6
Sunshine Coast Brooyar Eagle's Nest
14 Lilliputian

The obvious finger crack 20m from the road. More of a protectable boulder problem than a climb.

FA: FSA Herb Brandmeier & Paul Wright, 1991

Trad 6m
14 Giftzwerg

15m L of L. Up to L of crack.

FA: FSA Herb Brandmeier & Paul Wright, 1991

Sport 8m
14 Rumpelstilzchen

Up the orange streak 2m L of G.

FA: FSA Herb Brandmeier & Paul Wright, 1991

Sport 7m
14 R Piccolo

Up fine seam at black streak at L end of this wall. Poor protection.

FA: FSA Herb Brandmeier & Paul Wright, 1991

Trad 6m

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