The water is filthy. The lip is bony, the entry half way through a little contrived. The drop is decent, a nice big undercut pour-over that lands in a deep sandy bottomed pool with a bit of a hole, and that’s good because its almost impossible to get enough speed up for a boof. One … More Warriewood Falls, After Work Park and Huck
“…don’t be afraid of places like Mt Piddington” – widewetandslippery With uni over for the semester and thesis was handed in, it was time to get up to the mountains and get on some rock. After watching the first half of the rugby on friday night, I picked up James and drove up Bells Line … More Mount Piddington – Sams Trip Report
A good name adds something to a climb. It isn’t just a way we can tell two climbs apart, or figure out what’s what at the crag. I mean there’s something far more engaging about Professor Wigginsworth’s Chunder Bucket compared to some 16 (5.8) at Barrenjoey, which would you rather climb? Here is my (totally … More Whats in a name?