Wick Mountains

(77 routes)

The Wick Mountains lie between the Arthur, Cleddau, and Clinton Valleys. This includes the peaks on the west of the Cleddau Valley, from Mt Moir to Sheerdown Peak. That is where they are provisionally placed on this site.
The peaks near Homer Saddle – Mt Moir, Moir’s Mate, and the Mateʻs Little Brother – contain a wealth of classic rock routes on amazing diorite. The close proximity of this region to the road makes the routes accessible as day climbs from Homer Hut. Many routes lie on north to west faces, receiving their first rays of sun in the late morning.


The Peaks of Cirque, Gendarme, Basin and Lloyd's lie in an isolated region to the south and west of Mt Moir and are accessed via the Gulliver Peak ridge-line.
The head of the Upper Hollyford offers an approach to the ridge-line via ledges under Moir’s Mate.

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