The prominent orange and grey wall to the left of The Den. The upper portions of this wall offer outstanding climbing in a serene position. The mid-lower portion of the wall is guarded by a 3m roof, but there may be an escape from this roof, climbers left. The upper part of the crag promises a number of steep routes on high quality rock.
As for The Den, but don't go up fixed lines. Follow easy cut track through the bush to the base of Stash, just left of the gully which separates The Den from The Perch.
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A quality bolted multi-pitch climb of varying styles, from moderate slabs to roof, to an airy traverse and arete climbing. The pitches are fairly short as the route traverses across the features of the face. A single 60m rope and 11 quick draws is all that's needed. However it may be useful to bring an ascender or prussic to ascend the fixed line at the loop of the roof if the lip of the roof is wet. Make sure the line is hanging where you want it prior to the second leaving the first pitch. Abseil: All belays are on ring bolts and can be abseiled from any belay on a single 60m rope. From the top it is three free hanging abseils. Reaching the middle rings when descending from the top requires a little swing into the wall. The third, final rap is near the west edge of the wall and finishes just up from the start of Stash. Do not try this abseil on a 50m.
Steve Skelton, Keith Brown, Andrew Mills, Ashlee Simpson - First three pitches freed 2019, final 2 pitch freed 2023.