A small but pleasant collection of wall and boulders, with some potential for new routes and some decent bouldering. The crag is sunny and sheltered and thus great in winter; it could be hot in summer though. The crag has two outcrops - the right hand one has the existing routes and has a double bolt belay hidden under an overhang at the top of the crag (well placed for top roping the routes). The left hand outcrop has a bit of bouldering and scrambling, but doesn't really offer much in the way of climbing. This crag is located within Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park.


From its junction with Mona Vale Rd in Terrey Hills, follow McCarrs Creek Rd (West Head Rd) north towards Coal and Candle Creek. After about 1.5kms the buttresses become obvious up to the right of the road. Park at a slight bend in the road, from which two vague tracks lead up for about 50m to each outcrop.

Climbs described left to right, facing the cliff.

Wringer 17 12m
5m left of BC at broken slab. Scramble up and belay at the traverse. Traverse right (small cams) to arete. Follow this to top.
Craig Martin, Chuck 1985-05-31
Basket Case 21 15m
5m left of B. Up wall (small cam) to roof (BR). Hard moves out and over roof to BR. Up arete to belay (take slings for a large bollard).
Craig Martin, Chuck 1985-05-31
Bikkies 13 10m
The obvious crack.
Chuck, Craig Martin 1985-05-31
* Why the Big Foss 19 15m
Up B for 3m then move right under the roof then up to it. Move left along the break then over the bulges (BR) to top (BB).
Craig Martin, SID, Chuck 1985-05-31