Bowens Creek

Climbs 70 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 870m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
An enjoyable, healthy and strenuous day out. A winter wonderland protected from all but the coldest westerly winds. It's an extensive sport crag with steep, well protected routes, interesting slabs and a great range of moderate to hard projects, all in a wilderness setting. It's generally protected from the rain but you can expect to get wet walking in or out. Discovered in the 1980's but deemed too much hard work while Centennial Glen and Upper Shipley were under development, it was rediscovered in the late 1990's and development continued into the early part of this century (most of it was done before the fire trail road was closed). Remember it's a National Park so the usual rules apply.

Access notes
12km from Bell, park just after a green gate. 40 min walk in.

Guidebooks
Blue Mountains Climbing (2010), Blue Mountains Climbing 2007 edition

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
 BULL CRAG  
2Something For Kate17 *** 
3Bulldozer20 * 
4Zulu Dawn22 ** 
5Walter Mitty19 *** 
6Daydream Believer20  
7Bulls Eye20 ** 
 MAIN WALL  
9The Tea Ladies from NATO23 **1
10Mr Pink21 ***3
11Shut the Gate22 **5
12Kraut Pleaser20 **6
13Navel Aviator27 **1
1497% Fat Free25 ***3
 BUM CRAG  
 THE DOG POUND  
 SHOPPING WALL  
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