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Chockstone Forum - Crag & Route Beta

Crag & Route Beta

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Wiseman's Ferry

BundyBear
29/03/2012
11:00:47 AM
Camping at Wiseman's Ferry over the easter break. What is the closest crag ?

figs
29/03/2012
11:09:15 AM
check out the map on thecrag.com

edit: doesn't look like much: http://www.thecrag.com/maps#-33.416548,150.966625,10,,terrain

joll's bridge is around the closest on that map, some fun stuff there.
widewetandslippery
29/03/2012
11:11:27 AM
Popran?

wallwombat
29/03/2012
11:23:55 AM
Colo cliffs.
Wollemi
29/03/2012
11:27:27 AM
It is 72km Wisemans - Galston Gorge - Mooney Mooney (Hawkesbury River) Bridge...

loz and tim
29/03/2012
11:46:39 AM
There is climbing around Spencer, off popran rd. Python wall has around 30 good sport climbs up to grade 27, gets the sun in the afternoon. Further down the road is the Leech Bar, on the left down the end of Popran Rd. Has some good trad climbs and a few long sport routes.
http://www.thecrag.com/area/11770309

There is also some climbing at spencer itself up the hill just before the houses.

Also some more good sport climbs at Deliverance http://www.thecrag.com/area/11770477

nmonteith
29/03/2012
11:51:30 AM
You would like Deliverance and Popran Bundy.

wombly
29/03/2012
12:02:46 PM
Lots of potential for new stuff in that area...

BlankSlab
29/03/2012
12:03:48 PM
On 29/03/2012 wallwombat wrote:
>Colo cliffs.

I was out there last weekend and had a good day out.
Worth the drive but not sure how long it would take

nmonteith
29/03/2012
12:07:06 PM
Actual guide to Deliverance with topos

http://www.climb.org.au/index.php?page_id=10&action=area&area_id=1423

BundyBear
29/03/2012
12:12:25 PM
On 29/03/2012 nmonteith wrote:
>Actual guide to Deliverance with topos
>
>http://www.climb.org.au/index.php?page_id=10&action=area&area_id=1423

But how do I get there ?

Big G
29/03/2012
12:12:33 PM
On 29/03/2012 wombly wrote:
>Lots of potential for new stuff in that area...
yep - lots of rock out there, take yer drill bundy... its not like wisemens ferry camping is a wilderness experience anyway!
widewetandslippery
29/03/2012
12:22:05 PM
On 29/03/2012 BundyBear wrote:
>On 29/03/2012 nmonteith wrote:
>>Actual guide to Deliverance with topos
>>
>>http://www.climb.org.au/index.php?page_id=10&action=area&area_id=1423
>
>But how do I get there ?

Have a few beers at the pub. I rarely suggest drinking gin and tonic but the quinine could be of benefit. Eat devil wings next door. Jump on the punt and head towards trailer park world in the swamp. Take aerogard/DDT. Leech bar can live up to its name. Don't pinch my taged routes. I have avoided speaking to people around there. Scarey

nmonteith
29/03/2012
12:34:38 PM
On 29/03/2012 BundyBear wrote:
>But how do I get there ?

Click on the map to see where the crag is - then find the fireroad directly above it - follow that road back west until you get to Canoelands or whatever the National Parks carpark place that is not near the water is called. You ride from there.
widewetandslippery
29/03/2012
12:41:59 PM
btw I want to bag the names: I made my children shogun siblings, keep it in the family, what happens in the caravan stays in the caravan

rodw
29/03/2012
1:40:02 PM
Kev and I last year found a crag on the road that heads towards Deliverance area along the river but so far have never gone back to develop it as its north facing so strickly winter crag....mostly face not steep though....but the rock looked good around 15m from memory.....there is a shit load of rock around there...problem is access....with it being on private property or Nat park.

Adrian and his mate were developing things out that way on other side of the river...give him a call for beta?

BundyBear
29/03/2012
1:50:44 PM
Deliverance - Sounds good !

Anyone around over easter weekend to check it out ?

Thanks

Big G
29/03/2012
2:22:17 PM
On 29/03/2012 widewetandslippery wrote:
>btw I want to bag the names: I made my children shogun siblings, keep it
>in the family, what happens in the caravan stays in the caravan

i was camping there a couple of years ago and at iam the policve and ambulance arrived. aaparently there had been a massive fight after a guy was caught rooting his brother's missus in the next tent.

nmonteith
29/03/2012
2:50:33 PM
On 29/03/2012 rodw wrote:
>Kev and I last year found a crag on the road that heads towards Deliverance
>area along the river but so far have never gone back to develop it as its
>north facing so strickly winter crag....mostly face not steep though....but
>the rock looked good around 15m from memory.....there is a shit load of
>rock around there...problem is access....with it being on private property
>or Nat park.

I think I've checked that cliff out as well. Major orange buttress only 100m from the road. There is several bolted routes on it already (old carrots) up on the high left side and some FHs on some steeper things in the middle. Looks like some potential for scoopy routes. A bit of choss down low on some them. I don't think its private property - but hard to tell around there.
widewetandslippery
29/03/2012
3:17:41 PM
Big G what a cultural insight. Did u swim in the pool?

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