Theo's Gully is in between 'Hidden Gully', and the 'North Buttress'. The climbing is steep (for slab), superb, and puts your footwork to the test. The first route was established by John Grogan and Troy Kendall. This involved rapping down through the bush and bolting the cheval like pinnacle on lead to establish the first set of anchors on this long exposed rib.
From the base of the crags, keep walking North till you reach the 'Sycophrantic' area. From here, Theo's Gully is accessed through a large patch of scrub, which once you crawl into, is very spacious and easy to get through. Follow this up the gulley to access the routes.
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A stellar pitch of climbing! Follow the the line of bolts up a technical corner of slab employing various techniques to get yourself established. Pull through the bulge, and insecurely stem and smear your way up to the top encountering various features.
John Grogan and Troy Kendall, 2021.