Climbs 43
Rocktype UNKNOWN
Altitude 262m a.s.l

Crag features

The slab provides great moderate routes up to 45m high. Where holds are concerned, in cold weather you will be able to stand on things here that would send you fling for sure at the Mount Cuthbert slab. If it looks good stand on it. If it looks bad still stand on it.

Standard of protection varies tremendously. Newer routes re ell bolted, whereas the old pre-bolted ones vary between well protected tra cracks. Some of the deadly old routes have bolts added, so now there is a healthy mix of low and high risk climbs. However, do not place additional bolts on old routes. If you do not have the skill and courage to climb them, please go else where.

Approach notes

Once in Wungong regional park entrance cross the vehicle gate and follow the main dirt road for 15 minutes or 1km to a bridge. Cross this, them 100m further along is a dirt road that branches off left to a small concrete dam. Cross the brook some 15m upstream of the dam and clamber up the opposite bank t gain the huge cairn. At the cairn, turn 90 degrees right and head into the bushes. The hidden path parallels the brook for 50m and brings you to the bottom of a rock fall chute. Turn left and clamber up the chute to reach the base of the crag, as whisper. The total walking time is just over 20 minutes.


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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Trampling on roses * 13 * 1
2 Dead Seal * 2 *  
3 Dead Seal (multi-pitch) * 17 * 1
4 Gully Route * 11 1
5 Whisper * 17 *** 1
6 All Holds Barred * 15 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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