Вријеме  2 сата 13 минуте

Број тачака 801

Uploaded 08.02.2016.

Recorded фебруар 2016

368 m
32 m
3,97 km

Погледана 2075 пут(a), скинута са сервера 36 пут(a)

близу Beerburrum, Queensland (Australia)

Could be also classified as a very hard bushwalk or an easy rock climb. Either way this is a short but classic scramble that displays the complexity of Tibro's majestic east face, on a series of unforgettable pitches, each with their own character and style.
Some parties prefer a roped ascent when some climbers think the solo effort is the way to fully enjoy the tremendous exposure this route delivers.
Route finding is easy and straightforward but falling is not an option on most parts. Some fixed abseiling/belay station are present at convenient spots to either retreat safely or bring following climbers up on a rope.
Each pitch of the whole route can be abseiled with a 60m rope and the experience is equal to the climb.
The hardest climbing move is below the big chimney, basic rock climbing skills are required to make a couple of grade 14/15 moves to build a belay or install an aid point.
Descent can be made safely via tourist track (very busy at times) or as mentioned, abseiling back (5 abseils).
Helmet and grippy shoes are mandatory and the route shouldn't be attempted when wet or downclimbed by the novice.

Route Video
The Chimney Pitch

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Caves Route start

Marked with a small CR. Walk right for 20m where the track meets the rock.

North east shoulder

The scenic lookout above the chimney pitch.

Tibrogargan Summit

The tourist summit on the east face. Also accessible from the west tourist track.

Slider/South face access track

The second path leading to Slider gully, a sport climbing crag.

Celestial wall access track

The first faint trail on the right, leaving the main track, will lead to the rock at the start of Heliosphere route.

2 коментар(а)

  • Hikeroo 19.09.2019.

    Has anyone tried using this? Can I rely on this finding my way?

  • Слика од CB72

    CB72 19.09.2019.

    Gpx track on almost vertical terrain where a precise route has to be followed, is unreliable. Just use it as a rough guide IMO

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