Galaxy Walls

(18 routes)

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Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
North West
Access: 

1/ To get to the Main Cliff continue down the road/track veering right at the 2nd fork then down this road till you reach the river and a steel water pipe. The cliffs in this area are referred to as “The Pipe Line Wall”. Follow the pipeline down river till you reach a stream. This means you’ve gone to far. Backtrack 10 metres then take the track marked by a couple of poles. This leads up through the bush cross a large slip then up a series of steps to the crag. The track meets the Main Cliff at the Galaxy wall area near “Hand Christian”. For the Main Cliff continue along the track that leads along the base of the cliff to the fare left end.
2/ Having got to the main cliff follow a rough track rightwards.
3/ From the right hand end of the Millennium Wall follow a rough track for about 15m till you reach the next distinguishing feature of the Main Cliff, a large right facing arching corner.
4/ From the base of "Three Step to Heaven" (Arch Wall), the track drops down from the cliff before moving right and crossing a large slip. Scramble up the right hand side of the slip to the base.
5/ Down the rope just past the lines of Grit Pike Thin. Are the Galaxy Walls. The point the main access track meets the cliff is by “Hands Christian”, 10m left of this, and starting at the base of the fixed rope is the Lower Galaxy wall, and "Doing it at Dawn".

Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Doing it at Dawn 24 20m
0
6bolts
The bolted line immediately left of the fixed rope. At half height take the left handline of bolts (Pro: Bolts)
Jamie Baron 2011
No Country for Old Men 24 20m
0
6bolts
Start as for Doing at Dawn but finish up the right hand line of bolts, (Pro: Bolts)
Jamie Baron 2011
Easy Lay 22 20m
0
6bolts
5m to the right.
Jamie Baron 2011
Hands Christian 23 20m
0
6bolts
A hard line to onsite. Climb the smooth slab and shallow corner. Move left onto ledge and up the arête above (Pro Bolts)
Bryce Martin 2011
Big Bird 18 20m
0
7bolts
Climb the low angle groove past a truck load of bolts.
?? 2011
Defiance 23 25m
0
8bolts
Up the hill to the next tier and on the Middle Galaxy wall. Climb the low angle groove and corner system. The crux is getting past the 3rd bolt, however climbing the top corner and face is tricky and solid all the way to the belay. (Pro: 8 Bolts)
Jamie Baron 2011
Desperation 26 25m
0
8bolts
The bolted line (Pro: Bolts)
Jamie Baron 2011
Short and sweet 17 10m
0
wire representing trad
Trad (Pro: Trad)
Bryce Martin 2010
Dani 20 10m
0
wire representing trad
Bryce Martin 2010
Hybrid Heavin 19 20m
0
2bolts wire representing trad
Bryce Martin 2010
Project 25m
0
8bolts
Continue up the hill to upper level on the, "Upper Galaxy wall"
Jamie Baron
Handsome Julio direct 28 20m
0
7bolts
Climb the face (Pro: Bolts)
Jamie Baron 2011
Handsome Julio 24 20m
0
7bolts
Use right arte. Down climb and clip 3rd bolt (Pro: Bolts)
2011
Baby Driver 16 20m
0
6bolts
The bolted up the arterline (Pro: Bolts)
Jamie Baron 2011
Star Gazer 18 18m
2.01
5bolts wire representing trad
Climb the left face and large over hanging book case corner past 2 bolts before gaining the ledge (crux). Mantel onto the ledge then continue up easy ground to the DBC belay. The first ascent was done without the 2nd bolt. Small friends or wires can be placed between the 3rd and 4th bolt if deemed necessary. (Pro. 5 bolts)
Richard Knott: 22-Sep-01
Galaxy Grovel 21 15m
1.02
4bolts
Follows the right facing corner and “over vertical” arete 2m to the right of Star Gazer. The first crux is gaining the first shallow ledge and the second is moving onto the arete past the 3rd bolt. Has a pleasant top out. (Pro. 4 Bolts)
Richard Knott 24-Oct-01
Twinkle Twinkle 14 20m
0
6bolts
Start at the fare right end of the crag and traverse left up a series of ledge to the belay of Galaxy Groval. The bolted up the arter line (Pro: Bolts)
Bryce martin 2011
TE6A 20 20m
0
5bolts
At the fare right hand end of the crag sharing the first bolt of Twinkle Twinkle. Climb the steep face move right at last bolt, dynamic move to the belay. (Pro: 5 Bolts)
Bruce Martin 2011