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Table of contents

1. Far North 174 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
Mostly Trad

Long/Lat: 141.833416, -36.748160

Access Issues: inherited from Arapiles

State Park

Ethic: inherited from Arapiles

Mount Arapiles is first and foremost a trad climbing area. The few sport climbs tend to be in the higher grades where no natural pro is available.

Bolting, particularly retro-bolting, is discouraged and should only be undertaken after extensive consultation with the local climbers, first ascensionists, etc. Inappropriately placed bolts have been chopped.

Do not chip the rock.

Look after the park.

  • Stick to the paths.

  • Don't disturb the wildlife.

  • Routes near peregrine falcon nesting sites are closed in the spring.

  • Minimise the impact of your camping (fuel stoves not fires, take your rubbish with you, etc).

1.1. PB Gully 12 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Land That Time Forgot

One of the remotest, most primeval parts of 'Arapiles'. A rewarding adventure. Good climbing too. It's clearly visible from the Telstra tower - the big grey wall across the valley.

Start: Skirt clifftop around left (northish) to head of 'PB Gully'. Down gully system to the main wall.

FA: Keith Lockwood, Kieran Loughran, 2005

15Trad 35m
2 Temporary Imbalance

Thin flake at left end of lower gully. Hard move right to ledge then easy climbing.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Mark Moorhead, 1979

25Trad 20m
3 Blockade

High side runners to left are needed. Start as for 'Impasse'.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Chris Shepherd, 1982

25Trad 30m
4 * Impasse

A hard start and it's not over then.

Start at a pair of horizontal breaks 3 metres right of 'Temporary Imbalance'.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Jon Muir, 1981

24Trad 20m
5 ** PB

The dominant line on the wall is very hard for the grade and has only just enough protection on the difficult start.

FA: Tim Beaman, 1976

22 RTrad 23m
6 PB Direct Start 23Trad
7 * PB Direct Finish

Obvious but improbable. Start up PB and continue straight up.

FA: Stuart Williams, Dave Nelson, 1989

25Trad 23m
8 Black Legend 17Trad 20m
9 Is The Pope a Catholic 12Trad 15m
10 * Heavy Horses

Powerful line right of PB has a desperate bulge in the middle

FA: Rod Young, Mark Moorhead, 1979

23Trad 25m
11 Angles Up

Devious line starting as for 'Tangent'

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1982

24Trad 20m
12 * Tangent

Start up easy grey crack 2 metres right of 'Heavy Horses'. Traverse right then follow short, left-leaning bottomless crack and head diagonally right to arete.

Direct Start 23 : Recah problem 3 metres right of start. Kim Carrigan, Nick Plishko 23-09-1982.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Rod Young, 1979

19Trad 20m

1.2. Vandal Area 12 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 141.834369, -36.749062

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Viragoes

Has a few good sections.

FA: Louise Shepherd, Heather Phillips, 1992

14Trad 50m
2 The Verge

Start just up right of 'The Viragoes'.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Chris Shepherd. First bulge was initially climbed as Threshold by Rod Young, Mark Moorhead., 1979

24Mixed 20m, 1
3 The Vagabond / Vagabond

Somewhat disparaged but takes in some interesting country between a lot of broken easy ground.

  1. 30m (10) Diagonally right up the ramp until one can traverse back left to the guano-stained V-scoop on 'The Verge'. Continue left to the nose of the buttress and follow it on jugs.

  2. 15m (8) The crack above then up a short, juggy wall below the overhanging arete. Belay at the old bolt.

  3. 30m (10) Climb the corner between the overhanging "Hearse Aretes" then chimney to terrace.

  4. 7m (15) At the back of the terrace are 2 corners [this is about a 10m walk from the top of the P3]. The steep right-hand corner is good fun and quite technical. The one on the left is probably easier but doesn't look as good.

FA: John Moore, Chris Baxter, Phillip Stranger, 1965

15Trad 82m
4 Big Silver Rocket

Up diagonal line right until short corner on right of the phallus. Up this behind Phallus exiting around side. Now mount phallus and ejaculate onself through roof. Continue upwards to distinct orange mini-scoop with crack through middle. Don't escape right or left but bridge through roof to belay. Finish up Sweet Surrender's second pitch or do Where's Merilyn?

Start: 3m Right of the Verge.

FA: Michael Hartman, Mark Witham Deb Churches

17Trad 20m
5 Where's Merilyn?

Start: 4m right of big silver rocket

  1. -m (16) up mossy slab moving right to short crack. Up to rib. Climb this to steepness where move left on horizontals to belay ledge.

  2. -m (10) Continue up to good horizontal. Traverse 5-6m left on good holds & good pro until you can step up easily. Continue up to good ledge with bolt (Vagabond's belay).

  3. -m (17) Step right and continue up the end of 'Sweet Surrender'.

FA: Mark Witham, Michael Hartman, Deb Churches

16Trad 85m
6 * Sweet Surrender

A pretty good route but escapable in parts.

Begin just left of the big tree.

  1. 25m (17) Undercling to start then up flakes and cracks to big ledge.

  2. 35m (17) Go left into lowest orange scoop. Tackle this on the right and into smaller scoop above, then up past another two bulges.

FA: Chris and Sue Baxter, 1983

17Trad 60m
7 * Assistance Required Direct Start

Rigt of Sweet Surrender's first pitch, climb to roof, move right around this and up to 'Vandal' terrace.

FA: Chris and Sue Baxter, 1983

17Trad 20m
8 * Assistance Required

Pretty orange wall left of Vandal's main corner.

Go up wall to scoop; left here and up.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Peter Newman, 1979

20Trad 25m
9 ** Puzzlin' Evidence

Wonderful direct finish to 'Assistance Required'.

FA: Jon Muir, Geoff Little, 1988

23Trad 25m
10 * Vandal

Used to be vastly undergraded at 14 though older masters of the thrutch maintain that the grade was OK.

The route originally started up the diagonal ramp from 'Vagabond' but noone does that now.

Start in the gully just above the tree, directly below the big orange corner.

  1. 15m (13) Pull onto wall and climb groove to large ledge at base of corner.

  2. 15m (14) The great corner leads to another ledge.

  3. 15m (17) Hard moves into the undercut corner and bridge to the top.

FA: Chris Dewhirst, John Moore, Jerremy Grandage. Pitch 1 : Ian Thomas, Andrew Bowman, David Shirra., 1977

17Trad 50m
11 Another Route

Another inspiring route name.

  1. 15m (23) Middle of bulging wall right of Vandal's second pitch and just left of the final bit of 'Swallows and Amazons'.

  2. 15m (23) Swing onto smooth left wall of 'Vandal', climbing midway between that climb and Puzzlin' Evidence.

FA: Jon Muir, Geoff Little, 1988

23Trad 30m
12 Swallows and Amazons

Originally done with two pitches, the rap anchor at the end of the first pitch turns it into a good single pitch climb. It also comes into the shade reasonably early.

Start: Start at flake 5 metres up and right of 'Vandal'.

FA: Chris Baxter, Dave Gairns (alt), 1983

17Trad 65m

1.3. Intrepid Gully 12 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Angry Penguins

Gear is fiddly.

Start: Start on left arete of gully, right of the start of "Vandal".

FA: Lincoln Shepherd, Eddy Ozols, 1981

23Trad 20m
2 * A Shorter History of Women's Bodies

Start 2 metres right of "Angry Penguins", up to small roof, up and right to jug on lip of another rooflet. Straight up.

Going straight up from the first roof is a variant top-roped from chains.

FA: Louise and Lincoln Shepherd, Steve Monks, 1988

24Trad 22m
3 * Epic Demic

Black and brittle but still good. Take a thin sling for one placement.

Start: Start about halway along the left wall of th gully, about 5 metres right of "Angry Penguins".

FA: Chris and Lincoln Shepherd, 1981

24Trad 22m
4 * Cliff Richards

Wall right of "Epic Demic" past bolts. Continue up "Down And Out" or traverse off either way.

FA: Lincoln and Louise Shepherd, 1988

25Mixed 15m, 2
5 A Step in the Right Direction

A novelty girdle of the right wall with a jump in the tail.

Start below the chockstones at the head of the gully.

FA: Kieran Loughran, Ian Anger, Greg Pritchard, 1992

17Trad 20m
6 Intrepid

Steep, wide crack on the right wall, deep in the gully. Poor protection without some really big cams.

FA: Murray Taylor, Keith Lockwood, 1967

11Trad 18m
7 Fourteen Days in May

Dimpled grey wall 1 metre right of "Intrepid" with first runner at 8 metres.

FA: Louise Shepherd, Steve Monks, 1988

21 RTrad 18m
8 Pick and Lose

Protection is just OK and rock is a bit fragile.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Kim Carrigan, 1979

21 RTrad 20m
9 Believe You Me

Ramp as for "Opening" then straight up groove to break. Step left and take thin crack through bulge right of "Pick And Lose".

FA: Steve Monks, Louise Shepherd. Chris Shepherd, Cathy Blamey did an incomplete version of this in., 1981

23Trad 20m
10 * Opening

Good for a hot day.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Lincoln Shepherd, 1979

18Trad 20m
11 * Hard Snort

Charming! Right arete of Intrepid Gully.

FA: Lincoln and Louise Shepherd, Steve Monks, Phil Bigg, 1988

23Trad 20m
12 ** Down and Out

So good! Intimidating steepness laced with the best jugs.

Start: Start from the big chockstone halfway up at the back of the gully. This is easy to approach from below or above from Hum Terrace.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Craig Nottle, 1979

20Trad 25m

1.4. Leasehold Wall 16 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad
Description:© (willmonks)

This wall around right from the Intrepid Gully and below Hum Terrace has not been very popular but it does have some good climbs.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Leasehold

Up wide crack for a few metres then step right and go up steep orange streak.

Start: Start at the left hand end of the wall at a wide crack.

FA: Rod Young, Chris Shepherd, 1979

16Trad 22m
2 Women's Weekly World Discovery Tour

Rarely climbed. The top pitch is supposed to be hard and poorly protected but from the ground it looks like a piece of easy choss. Both pitches are given the same grade just in case.

Start: Start right of "Leasehold" at a low orange roof, 5 metres left of the heavily chalked roof of "Fade Out".

  1. 15m (25) Over first roof then left beneath second roof.

  2. 15m (25) Supposed to be sustained, poorly protected wall.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Chris Shepherd, 1980

25Trad 30m
3 * Fade Out

A good little roof leads to an interesting wall.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Rod Young, 1979

22Trad 35m
4 All in Vein

A filler roof problem.

FA: Rod Young, Mark Moorhead, 1979

21Trad 35m
5 * Friends in High Places

Steep and sustained.

Start: Start 3 metres right of "All In Vein".

FA: Chris Baxter, Mike Stone, 1985

18Trad 35m
6 Bhutan

The original version of "Friends In High Places", avoiding that climbs hard bits. However the start is totally desperate. Grade hasn't been changed because we couldn't get up it to grade it.

Start: Start mid-way between "Friends In High Places" and "Totally Stoned"; 1 metre from each!

FA: Chris Baxter, Maureen Gallagher, 1984

16Trad 35m
7 Totally Stoned

The major crack-line 5 metres right of "All In Vein" offers some good climbing but it's currently ruined by a large bush.

This crack is the same one climbed by "Intrepid" but on the opposite side of the cliff! Thin people may be able to chimney through to "Intrepid"!

FA: Chris Baxter, Mike Stone, 1973

15Trad 36m
8 * Anchors Away

Another quite good climb. The line was originally gained by traversing in from "Totally Stoned" but should be started direct, as described.

FA: Craig Nottle, Mark Moorhead. Direct Start : Chris and Sue Baxter, 1983

14Trad 35m
9 Bitterblue

Much better than it looks.

FA: Rod Young, Mark Moorhead, 1979

19Trad 25m
10 Fretwork

Filthy.

FA: Rod Young, Mark Moorhead, 1979

20Trad 25m
11 Anchorman's Delight

Crack and wall right of "Fretwork". Not too bad but has a few dirty holds.

FA: Rod Young, Mark Moorhead, 1979

16Trad 30m
12 * Affinity

It's not 19 and it's not at Frog.

Start as for "Humbug".

FA: Richard Smith, Greg Pritchard, 1999

17Trad 45m
13 The First Affinity

Originally the first pitch to "Affinity" (Hum Terrace) but the two are rarely done as one climb.

FA: Rod Young, Chris Shepher, 1979

18Trad 24m
14 * Cognitive Dissonance

Pump-action. Worthwhile.

Start: Start as for "The First Affinity".

FA: Jon Bassindale, Deb Sweet, 1999

21Trad 30m
15 Humbug

Right around the corner from "Anchorman's Delight" is a large corner system, left of "The First Affinity". Start at the base of the crack in this corner.

Up crack to roofs and through these. Continue up, stepping to the left of the arete to avoid the worst excesses of the crack. Then up mossy wall.

FA: Richard Smith, Greg Pritchard, 1999

19Trad 30m
16 Sandbag Of The Century

Good steep climbing on clean rock. The name is referring to the recent sandbagging activities due to flood and is not related to the grade.

Start: The line at the left end of the ledge, starting up an easy corner that is just right of "Anchors Away"

FA: Keith Lockwood, Kieran Loughran, 2011

18Trad 30m

1.5. Hum Terrace 25 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 141.833395, -36.748432

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Over and Out

A girdle traverse of the left side of the wall. Start 5 metres northwardsish of most southerly conifer.

FA: Alistair Mark, Dave Vass, Fiona Bowie, Marcus Wallaby., 1988

18Trad 30m
2 ** Down and Out 20Trad 25m
3 Mark and Craig

From halfway along "Down And Out" traverse go up through bulge to prominent flake.

FA: Jon Muir, Geoff Little, 1985

21Trad 24m
4 Jugs and Fun

From cave right of "Down And Out" climb out right and up overhanging wall.

FA: Jon Muir, Geoff Little, 1985

20Trad 22m
5 Kansas City Direct Finish

Nowhere near Kansas City!

FA: Mark Moorhead, Kim Carrigan, 1979

19Trad 18m
6 Waddy Mackenzie

Pull up on jugs behind small tree immediately right of Kansas City DF, over bulge and up.

FA: Craig Nottle, Chris Baxter, Dave Gairns, 1983

18Trad 20m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
7 * Four Spooner

Boulder hard start to left-leading diagonal. Climb wall on right, then left and up jugs to top.

Start: Start 8 metres right of "Kansas City Direct Finish", behind large conifer.

FA: Peter Newman, Mark Moorhead, 1979

21Trad 20m
8 Heavy Breathing

Steep wall on incuts to finish through overhang.

FA: Keith Lockwood, Dave Gairns, 1983

15Trad 20m
9 Heartless Heart

? repeat of 'Heavy Breathing'.

1.5 metres left of 'Heavy Petting'

FA: Martin Lama etc, 1991

15Trad 20m
10 Heavy Petting

Fill in the double-entendres if you're so inclined.

Start: Start 3 metres left of "Menagerie".

FA: Chris and Sue Baxter, 1983

15Trad 20m
11 Munchkin

Strenuous for the grade but has great jugs. The Shepherd guide description for 'Menagerie' followed this line but the orginal 'Menagerie' description clearly places it further right.

Start: Start at top of rise behind the largest conifer (?same place as Heavy Petting)

FA: Unknown, 2000

9Trad 20m
12 Menagerie

Short red groove, traverse right then up to left-facing corner. Up corner and exit left..

Start: Start right of largest conifer at short red groove.

FA: Keith Lockwood, Ed Neve, 1977

9Trad 20m
13 From the Ridiculous to the Sublime

Climb past short wall and ledge to gain thin crack.

FA: Phil Benson, Martin Lama, Graeme Smith, 1991

12Trad 12m
14 Up in Arms

Wall 2 metres to right of FTRTTS with big pockets at 2 metres.

FA: Martin Lama, Phil Benson, Graeme Smith, 1991

18Trad 12m
15 Sole Sister

Go up 1 metre right of Up In Arms and right to overhang, step right, up.

FA: Graeme Smith, Phil Benson, Martin Lama, 1991

17Trad 12m
16 High Sigh

Direct finish to "Affinity".

Start: Start as for "Affinity".

FA: Dave Gairns, Chris Baxter, Craig Nottle, 1983

17Trad 25m
17 ** Affinity

Absorbing climbing on immaculate rock. Originally the second pitch of a r-pitch route; the first pitch is now "The First Affinity".

Start: Start 5 metres down and right of large conifer.

FA: Rod Young, Chris Shepherd, 1979

16Trad 22m
18 * Hum

An enjoyable pitch with an exciting crux.

Start: Start 4 metres right of "Affinity"

FA: Ed Neve, Andrew Bowman, Lyle Closs, 1977

16Trad 30m
19 Jug City

In fact it's a nearly blank wall.

Start: Start as for "High Kicks".

FA: Geoff Little, Jon Muir, 1988

24Trad 20m
20 * High Kicks

Technical moves lead to a delicate flake. The old carrot bolt, although poking out attractively, and the nest of rap slings should be replaced.

Start: Start just left of enormous conifer and just right of the rock step down and right from "Hum".

FA: Lincoln Shepherd, 1981

23Mixed 20m, 1
21 Starlets in Tow

Desperate start.

Start: Start 3 metres right of "High Kicks".

FA: Mike Law, Charlie Creese, 1981

25Trad 20m
22 * Stormalong

Sustained jamming and underclinging with feet cycling on glassy rock.

Start: Start below the right-leading roof-crack right of "High Kicks"

  1. 15m (20) Take thr right-leading crack until it closes then go left across the wall to cave belay.

  2. 25m (18) Head right up wall then finish up short corner.

FA: Jeremy Boreham, Rod Young, 1977

20Trad 45m
23 * Afternoon Cloud

A harder variant on the second pitch of "Morning Thunder". The first pitch appears a bit pointless.

Start: Start just left of "Morning Thunder"

  1. 15m (-) Go up and left under roof to cave on left.

  2. 20m (24) Go out over roof diagonally right to join "Morning Thunder" at prominent flake. Instead of going right, go straight up then 2 metres left and up line.

FA: Jon Muir, Tony Dignan, 1985

24Trad 35m
24 ** Morning Thunder

A great climb up the best section of the wall. Best done in one long pitch which will be pumpy to start and run-out to finish.

Start: Start at weakness 10 metres right of "Stormalong"

  1. 15m (24) Up crack to jug at roof. Arrange wires in horizontal pocket above roof then go boldly left and up to awkward stance. Veer right to flake then up to ledge.

  2. 20m (22) Up easily on the left then traverse right above roof and up face to easier ground.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Mark Moorhead (alt), 1979

24 RTrad 35m
25 ** Sufficiently Alarming

Very serious direct route up the "Morning Thunder" wall. Take double ropes.

Start: Start as for "Morning Thunder".

  1. 15m (23) Follow "Morning Thunder" to overlap then go boldly up black streak to gain the flake then up to ledge.

  2. 20m (25) Straight over small roof then cautiously right to bolt (scary clip). Thin move right into scoop then easily to horizontal. Finish up shallow groove (21 and slightly run-out).

FA: Jon Muir, Geoff Little, 1988

24 XMixed 35m, 1

1.6. Lower Curtain Wall 19 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Mostly Trad

Long/Lat: 141.833011, -36.748256

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Dante's Inferno

Top pitch is excellent. Some like the first pitch and others think it's rubbish.

  1. 40m (-) From 2 metres right of chimney, go up clean, poorly protected but easy black slab.

  2. 20m (14) The undercut layback flake. Up to roof, protection in pockets on inside of flake, then into the layback.

FA: Chris Dewhirst, Alec Campbell, 1966

15Trad 70m
2 Tinsel Town

Start from the top of pitch 1 of Dante's Inferno.

FA: Geoff Little, Maureen Gallagher, 1988

23Mixed 15m, 3
3 Shaky Town

Very poor protection.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Kim Carrigan, Louise Shepherd, 1979

23 XTrad 15m
4 Racey

Nice but a bit bold.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Mark Moorhead, Louise Shepherd, 1979

18 RTrad 15m
5 Bog On Up

Direct line between 'Racey' and 'Censorship', finishing up smooth headwall

FA: Jon Muir, Geoff Little, Maureen Gallagher, 1988

21Trad 15m
6 Censorship

Good line but you'll have no chance if the huge block goes.

This is probably the variant finish to Day Of Rest recorded by Kieran Loughran in 1981.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Mark Moorhead, Louise Shepherd, Rod Young, 1979

16 RTrad 15m
7 The Joker

The arete left of Sidshow used to have a few BR/staple/U things, but they got chopped to prove some stupid point. The start is now quite bold but if the first bolt was put back in this could make a good approach to the second pitch of Dante's Inferno.

FA: Clive Curson (with bolts), 1998

15 RTrad 25m
8 ** Sideshow

Head up right side of block on left then through weakness in overlap

Start: Left-most route on the main, orange face

19Trad 35m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
9 *** Entertainer / The Entertainer

Up weakness to the right of Side Show following left-facing flake system to the roof. Head left along under this until an exit can be made straight up to rap station

Start: Two metres right of Side Show

18Trad 40m
10 * Round Up

Up Entertainer then follow right-hand weakness at flake. Veer right to shallow corner. Hard moves up corner and through bulge to ledge. Up major flake until it ends then either up or move right to anchor.

Start: Start as for Entertainer. Originally started up 'Comic Relief' but you really need double ropes for that.

FA: Chris Shepherd, Steve Moore, 1981

21Trad 45m
11 *** Comic Relief

Up bulging weakness and pockets to left-facing flake system that leads to dark overlap. Through this then up wall trending right before blasting straight up to anchors.

Start: In the middle of the wall about five metres right of 'The Entertainer'

21Trad 45m
12 * Hello Hollywood

Exciting traverse of the lower wall.

24Trad 50m
13 * Pet Abuse 26Trad 35m
14 * Tapestry 23Trad 40m
15 * Cut Short 21Trad 40m
16 Final Bough

Contrived crux but nice top wall.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Robin Miller, 1982

22Trad 35m
17 Short Cut

A serious continuation up the wall beyond 'Cut Short'. From ledge climb short sickle and press on after it stops.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Chris Shepherd, 1981

23 RTrad 20m
18 * Showstopper 28Unknown 35m
19 * Bada boom

Climb 'Cut Short' for a few metres until you can gain the hanging orange/grey wall to the left. Up this on delightful incuts, slopes, razors, and pockets to gain a series of beautiful pockets above an orange overlap. Make a span leftwards above the lip tp pick up a vertical seam through a bulge then stagger over this to join 'Tapestry' at the end of its traverse. Finish up tapestry.

Start: Start as for 'Cut Short'

FA: Ingvar Lidman, 2009

27Mixed 30m, 5

1.7. Upper Curtain Wall 10 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 141.832759, -36.748171

Description:© (bomber pro)

Superb hanging slabs, capped by a flowing curtain like roof system. Note the topo has got at least routes 1 & 2 in the wrong spot - about 10m too far to the right.

Approach:© (bomber pro)
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Day of Rest

The far left hand route, barely grazes the edge of the wall before scurrying of left to an easy finish. However there is a rap anchor on the ledge near the first belay and it would make a good single pitch route.

Start: Start at the diagonal crack

  1. 32m (15) Up wall untill airy pedestal then follow flake above to ledge, belay here. Rap off if so desired (30 metres).

  2. 28m (15) Traverse left and scramble up to a terrace,

  3. 25m (15) Now up the corner right of Dantes Inferno (Censorship) but traverse right below overhang to avoid big block.

FA: Chris Dewhirst Chris Baxter, 1979

15Trad 85m
2 ** Day of Rest Direct Finish

As for Day of Rest, or come in from 'Cut Short', to top of day of rest\'s first pitch.

Start: as for 'Day of Rest'

  1. 32m (15) As for 'Day of Rest'

  2. 25m (22) Traverse right into shallow groove on the left edge of upper curtain wall, then up to cave, belay

  3. 5m (22) Now do the roof to the top.

FA: Kim Carrigan Barry Young, 1979

22Trad 30m
3 ** Cheap Trip

Start on ramp at base of wall, step across curving crack, into small hanging corner on the left, up to horizontal break, above are two short seams, take the one on the right till it ends, then run it out till it eases.belay

Start: On the ramp at base of wall

  1. 30m (23)

  2. 5m (22) As for 'Day of Rest' direct Finish

FA: Mark Moorhead Chris Shepherd, 1980

23 RTrad 35m
4 ** A Hundred Little Baby Bums

Start below a protruding bolt, up past this, then go up and left to eventually join 'Cheap Trip', move back right and up to second bolt, boldly up wall to finish as for 'Drama Class'.

Start: Just below a protruding bolt

FA: Ingo Knapp Hienze Zak, 1985

25 RTrad 30m
5 *** Terminal Drive

Start at small tree at the middle of wall, over bulge, then up crack to slab, up this aiming for crack through next bulge, up to roof then desperately out crack and up to top.

Start: At small tree in middle of wall.

FA: Mark Moorhead Paul Aubrey,(wall 79) Kim Carrigan Rod Young (roof), 1979

24 RTrad 30m
6 *** Cliff Hanger

Start below a right leading crack, up this then through small overlaps to main roof, up steep corner to bolt, then up to horizontal, then traverse two meters right and up to mantle finish.

Start: at rightward leading crack to the right of a small tree.

FA: Kim Carrigan Rod young (wall)Mark Moorhead Chris Shepherd (roof 81), 1979

24 RTrad 25m
7 Old Mates

Easy looking corner at right side of black face.

FA: Chris Baxter, Mike Stone, 1982

16Trad 18m
8 ** Drama Class

A girdle traverse of the lower curtain, start right of 'Cliff Hanger' at small corner, up to traverse line and follow this to the cave on 'Day of Rest Direct Finish', either keep going or go straight up

Start: Right of 'Cliff Hanger'.

FA: Kim Carrigan Louise Shepherd, 1981

24Trad 30m
9 *** Curtain Call

Right of 'Drama Class' is a crack through a roof, hard moves around this lead to the main roof or curtain, follow this all the way left just under the roof the whole way.

Start: Left of 'Phys Ed'

FA: Louise Shepherd Cim Karrigan, 1981

23Trad 35m
10 * Encore

FA: Ingvar Lidman, 2009

27Mixed 30m, 3

1.8. Right Curtain Wall 8 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad
Description:© (bomber pro)

right of the main wall

Approach:© (bomber pro)
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Phys Ed

A gymnastic ceiling crack that requires lots of technique, up corner right of 'Cliff Hanger', or pitch one of 'No Soft Options' then out the the obvious roof crack.

Start: Right of 'Cliff Hanger', then up corner

FA: Mark Moorhead Brian Fish, 1981

23Trad 15m
2 * Race Apart

A huge rising traverse, start below left end of 'No Soft Options' crack, climb directly to crack, follow it to ledge on the right, step right to 'Touchdown', then keep going to past bolt, up two meters then step down and right to continue to belay stance, then up right curving corner till it ends continue diagonally right and up easy corner.

  1. 30m (23)

  2. 30m (-)

FA: Chris Shepherd Kim Carrigan, 1982

23Trad 60m
3 * No Soft Options

The left hand of two diagonal cracks, Two hard pitches, gear to #4 cam, up easily then traverse left to crack, up this then climb up to roof and left to belay, short corner to a crouched stance below the roof, escape awkwardly right to where a big move brings you onto the headwall, then up.

  1. 40m (20)

  2. 20m (20)

FA: Tim Beaman Roland Pauligk, 1977

20Trad 60m
4 * Touchdown

Start as for 'No Soft Options', but take the Right hand of the two diagonal cracks, hard laybacking past cave to ledge, then right and up through easy roof.

FA: Rod Young Kim Carrigan Mark Moorhead, 1979

21Trad 50m
5 Hop It

Extremely slick.

Start: Start as for 'Gillette' behind huge conifer.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Chris Shepherd, 1982

25Mixed 50m, 2
6 Gillette

For a close shave!

Start: Start right of 'Touchdown' at thin gflake behind huge conifer.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Kim Carrigan, 1981

24 RTrad 40m
7 Shoe Shuffle

Bold climbing up blankest section of black face right of 'Gillette'.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Rod Young, 1979

21 RTrad 35m
8 Gene Vicious

Start is poorly protected.

FA: Louise Shepherd, Mike Law, 1983

22 RTrad 15m

1.9. Intermission Wall 3 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad
Description:

The nondescript left-most blob of rock below (downhill from) the main face of Lower Curtain Wall. Although the underlying rock is excellent there's a fair bit of moss but, if you're in the area the climbs aren't too bad.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Small Change

The flake then up left. It may finish up the continuous orange strip.

Start: Scramble in from the left to a ledge below a small right-facing flake near the centre of the wall.

FA: Chris Baxter, Mike Stone, 1986

15Trad 15m
2 First Night Nerves

At the right side of the cliff at a little arching flake line. This is about 12 metres right of 'Small Change' and just left of the second dead tree from the left.

FA: Keith Lockwood, Tim Lockwood, David Spike, 1999

17Trad 20m
3 Lights, Camera, Action

Start at right-hand big dead pine tree, about 5 metres right of 'First Night Nerves'.

FA: Pat Ford, Keith Lockwood, 1999

18Trad 25m

1.10. Windy Buttress 19 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Kim Cardigan

The left-hand chimney with awkward start.

FA: Bill Andrews, Allan Hope, 1982

15Trad 26m
2 He's a Lumberjack

Up 'The Closet' for 3 metres and step left. Veer left until beneath rooflet, right and up over bulge and a few ledges, to final steep wall.

FA: Bill Andrews, Allan Hope, 1982

16Trad 27m
3 The Closet

Huge old-fashioned chimney.

FA: Bill Andrews, Allan Hope, 1982

6Trad 30m
4 Cantaloupe

Up crack just right of 'The Closet' for 10 metres then up front of buttress. Finish up good short crack.

FA: Allan Hope, Bill Andrews, 1982

12Trad 35m
5 A Carriganesque Proposal

Wall to overhang and blunt arete above, veering slightly right near top.

Start: Start just right of large tree at left end of Cliche Wall.

FA: Dave Gairns, Chris Baxter, 1982

17Trad 30m
6 Knee High to a Bull Ant

On wall right of 'A Carriganesque Proposal' is short corner capped by wee roof.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Louise Shepherd, 1981

15Trad 20m
7 Noggers and Joggers

Breaks then delicate face to roof then over roof.

Start: Start 1 metre right of Knee High To A Bull Ant

FA: Stephen Hamilton, Peter Stevens, 1988

19Trad 18m
8 Schoney

Right of Noggers And Joggers, climb crack to small stance, then arete.

FA: Stephen Hamilton, Peter Stevens, 1988

16Trad 16m
9 Off The Beaten Track

Climb the corner, then straight up the seam in the wall above.

Start: Start at the corner left of Middle Of The Road.

FA: Keith & Tim Lockwood, 2001

14Trad 15m
10 * Middle of the Road

Quite good.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Glenn Tempest, 1981

19Trad 15m
11 Left, Right and Centre

Take arete on right of black slab with bulging start.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Glenn Tempest, 1981

19Trad 15m
12 Top Gear

Good fun wall climbing on great rock; in the same vein as Middle Of The Road.

Start: Start between Left, Right And Centre and 'Just Like Your Father'.

FA: Keith Lockwood, Noel Whiteside, 2003

20Trad 15m
13 Just Like Your Father

Short hand-crack above small cave on right side of Cliche Wall.

FA: Kim Carrigan (solo), 1981

17Trad 12m
14 Redback

Appropriate that these two should be new route hunting near JLYF.

Start: Start right of 'Just Like Your Father'.

FA: Keith & Tim Lockwood, 2001

11Trad 15m
15 Gone Walkabout

Stepped corner towards left side of Walkabout Wall.

FA: Tim & Keith Lockwood, 2001

10Trad 20m
16 Cuddapan

Good rock.

FA: Keith & Tim Lockwood., 2001

12Trad 18m
17 Rocky Road

Trend up to huge block perched on wall right of 'Cuddapan'. Step left at block and climb up its left side. From top of block, climb wall direct to top.

FA: Keith Lockwood, Noel Whiteside, Peter Canning., 2003

14Trad 18m
18 Sidetrack

Where the seam thins down, climb wall on the left until the line can be regained.Onwards up line to top.

Start: Thin seam between 'Rocky Road' and 'Hump The Bluey'.

FA: Noel Whiteside, Keith Lockwood, Peter Canning, 2003

17Trad 18m
19 Hump The Bluey

Diagonal line slanting slightly left.

FA: Keith & Tim Lockwood., 2001

12Trad 20m

1.11. Werewolf Area 17 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Mostly Trad

Long/Lat: 141.832359, -36.748023

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Silver Bullet

The huge slabby corner which is essentially the approach ramp for 'Solar City' and 'Werewolf'.

FA: John Chapman, 1976

8Trad 40m
2 * Solar City

Not quite as good as it looks but still not a bad route up the orange wall up left from 'Werewolf'.

Start: Scramble up 'Silver Bullet' and find a belay ledge part-way.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Rod young, 1979

21Trad 20m
3 As You Like It

The face between 'Werewolf' and 'Solar City' has very fiddly gear.

Start: Start from 'Silver Bullet', midway between 'Solar City' and 'Werewolf'.

FA: Chris Shepherd, Allan Adams, 1982

23 RTrad 20m
4 ** Werewolf

The lovely corner up the right wall of 'Silver Bullet' was probably the hardest climb in 'Victoria' in its day.

It's probably best to belay from the ground but some parties insist on scrambling up a few metres to belay at the very base of the line.

FA: Daryly Carr, Rob Taylor, 1966

19Trad 24m
5 * The Trial

Epic route-finding, but most people would ignore the indirect start described here and start up 'Tribulation'.

Start on arete right of 'Werewolf', aiming to eventually climb the hanging corner high on the arete.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Jon Muir, 1981

25Trad 35m
6 * The Vampire

A good find by Muki Woods finishing up the funky wall to the right of 'Werewolf'.

Start: Start as for 'Tribulation'.

FA: Ingvar Lidman, 2009

28Sport 18m, 8
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
7 Tribulation

Boulder up seam past bolt to good ledge; there's actually 2, an old carrot and new FH placed for 'The Vampire' and it seems you can either go direct past the FH or go slightly right via the carrot.. Continue to jug just left of 'Colour Scheme' then go left a little and up headwall.

Start: Start at seam 3 metres right of 'The Trial'.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1984

26Mixed 25m, 1
8 * Colour Scheme

The lovely orange wall is pretty hard for the grade. The only downside is the old protection peg with its unsightly tat.

Start: Start as for 'Full Moon'.

FA: Chris Shepherd, 1981

24Trad 25m
9 ** Goodbye

Thank your lucky stars that this is no longer graded 19.

Start: Start as for 'Full Moon'.

FA: Colin Reece, 1979

22Trad 30m
10 Goodbye Direct 24Trad
11 The Turkey Federation Of Australia
  1. 18m (16) As for 'Full Moon' to a ledge at 18 metres.

  2. 22m (23) Bulging wall to left, between 'Goodbye' and Let's Get Pissed to ledge. Left along ledge then right to finish up smooth grey wall just left of Let's Get Pissed.

FA: Jon Muir, Maureen Gallagher, Geoff Little, 1988

23Trad 40m
12 * Full Moon

Two good pitches with quite a hard start.

  1. 40m (16) There are two ways to reach the layback flake, either head up left from the base of the wide crack or climb directly up the pocketed slab. Follow the layback flake to face above on right and now up and right to main corner. A good ledge at 18 metres can be a good belay. The corner gives easy climbing to a ledge where it ends.

  2. 35m (12) Straight up steeply for 5 metres then up wall above, starting on right.

FA: Keith Egerton, John Chapman, 1976

16Trad 85m
13 Full Moon Variant finish

Start: Start as for 'Full Moon'.

  1. 40m (16) As for 'Full Moon', belay on ledge below a short steep wall.

  2. 15m (13) Across left on ledge to front of buttress, where a beautiful little corner leads to terrace.

  3. 25m (13) Climb left side of pale yellow wall (left of FM p2) and up prominent diagonal line. Through bulge and on to top of pinnacle.

FA: Keith Lockwood, Noel Whiteside., 2003

16Trad 80m
14 * Let's Get Pissed

Tackles the steep rock immediately left of the 'Full Moon' corner.

Start: Start 4 metres right of 'Full Moon' below a small corner in the overlap.

FA: Jon Muir, Maureen Gallagher, Geoff Little, 1988

24Trad 40m
15 Harry V Dirchy

An easier, earlier excursion around Let's Get Pissed, but no improvement on the name.

FA: Kieran Loughran, Keith Egerton, 1985

21Trad 35m
16 * Red Zinger

Thin moves left to base of flake then hard moves lead to roof. Traverse right to exit crack. Chossy rock to finish.

There's also a direct finish, grade 22, going straight up over roof. Jon Muir, Geoff Little 21-11-1988.

Start: Start 50 metres right of 'Full Moon' at smooth wall capped by overhang.

FA: Mark Moorhead, Craig Nottle, 1979

21Trad 27m
17 A Chemical Reaction

Up 4 metres right of 'Red Zinger' to bulge. Up on good breaks.

FA: Jon Muir, Maureen Gallagher, Geoff Little, 1988

21Trad 20m

1.12. Bonsai Buttress 4 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Daze Gone By

Detached pillar on left end of 'Bonsai' Buttress.

FA: Jon Muir, Mark Moorhead c., 1980

15Trad 15m
2 Dave

Dubious pro. Noddy thinks this is almost identical to 'Daze Gone By' but the routes will have to be repeated to make certain.

FA: Dave Gairns, Chris Baxter, 1982

18Trad 20m
3 A Fish Called Wanda

Crack behind left-most tree and on up smooth wall.

FA: Geoff Little, Jon Muir, 1988

17Trad 15m
4 Bonsai Banzai

Take right crack via tree. When crack ends, move right and up.

FA: Jon Muir, Geoff Little, 1988

24Trad 13m

1.13. Winterset Wall 7 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Wall Flower

Shabby left wall of broken corner immediately left of 'Winterset'. 'Contrived' up middle of slab to finish just left of roof.

FA: Dave Gairns, Chris Baxter, 1982

9Trad 18m
2 Trouser Sighs

Wall 2 metres left of 'Winterset'.

FA: Chris Baxter, Dave Gairns, 1982

16Trad 25m
3 Winterset

Grunt.

FA: Jeremy Boreham, Rod Young, Greg Child, 1978

19Trad 15m
4 Dismember

More grunting. Crack and ceiling 8 metres right of 'Winterset'.

FA: Kim Carrigan, Louise Shepherd, 1979

20Trad 15m
5 Courting Daze

Crack just right of 'Dismember'

FA: Chris Baxter, Dave Gairns, 1982

13Trad 30m
6 Angstrom

A very small unit. Well below and north of 'Winterset' is a tiny crag with corner and roof. Hard start

FA: Kieran Loughran, Bill Andrews, Peter Watling, 1989

19Trad 7m
7 No Lichen on My Moccasins

Hero thinks this might have been done earlier by Noddy.

Start: The clean line 50m right of 'Courting Daze'. (A large dead conifer leans against the cliff nearby).

FA: Iain Sedgman, Lesley Roberts, Leanne Matheson., 2002

16Trad 20m

1.14. Far North Bouldering 10 routes in Boulder

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 141.834624, -36.747756

1.14.1. Caving Boulder 10 routes in Boulder

Summary:

Long/Lat: 141.834816, -36.747996

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Traverse V7Boulder
2 ** Caving V2Boulder
3 Sit start V7Boulder
4 No sit start V3Boulder
5 Up Crack to Pockets V1Boulder
6 V4 Problem V4Boulder
7 Weakness then corner V5Boulder
8 Sidepulls V9Boulder
9 V7 Problem V7Boulder
10 Off boulder and up corner V1Boulder

1.14.2. Boulder near caving boulder 0 routes in Boulder

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
6 The Closet Trad 30m 1.10. Windy Buttress
8 Silver Bullet Trad 40m 1.11. Werewolf Area
9 Menagerie Trad 20m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Munchkin Trad 20m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Wall Flower Trad 18m 1.13. Winterset Wall
10 Gone Walkabout Trad 20m 1.10. Windy Buttress
11 Intrepid Trad 18m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
Redback Trad 15m 1.10. Windy Buttress
12 Is The Pope a Catholic Trad 15m 1.1. PB Gully
From the Ridiculous to the Sublime Trad 12m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Cantaloupe Trad 35m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Cuddapan Trad 18m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Hump The Bluey Trad 20m 1.10. Windy Buttress
13 Courting Daze Trad 30m 1.13. Winterset Wall
14 The Viragoes Trad 50m 1.2. Vandal Area
* Anchors Away Trad 35m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Off The Beaten Track Trad 15m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Rocky Road Trad 18m 1.10. Windy Buttress
15 The Land That Time Forgot Trad 35m 1.1. PB Gully
The Vagabond Trad 82m 1.2. Vandal Area
Totally Stoned Trad 36m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Heartless Heart Trad 20m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Heavy Breathing Trad 20m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Heavy Petting Trad 20m 1.5. Hum Terrace
* Dante's Inferno Trad 70m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
The Joker Trad 25m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
Day of Rest Trad 85m 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
Small Change Trad 15m 1.9. Intermission Wall
Kim Cardigan Trad 26m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Knee High to a Bull Ant Trad 20m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Daze Gone By Trad 15m 1.12. Bonsai Buttress
16 Where's Merilyn? Trad 85m 1.2. Vandal Area
Anchorman's Delight Trad 30m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Bhutan Trad 35m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Leasehold Trad 22m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
** Affinity Trad 22m 1.5. Hum Terrace
* Hum Trad 30m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Censorship Trad 15m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
Old Mates Trad 18m 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
He's a Lumberjack Trad 27m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Schoney Trad 16m 1.10. Windy Buttress
* Full Moon Trad 85m 1.11. Werewolf Area
Full Moon Variant finish Trad 80m 1.11. Werewolf Area
No Lichen on My Moccasins Trad 20m 1.13. Winterset Wall
Trouser Sighs Trad 25m 1.13. Winterset Wall
17 Black Legend Trad 20m 1.1. PB Gully
* Assistance Required Direct Start Trad 20m 1.2. Vandal Area
Big Silver Rocket Trad 20m 1.2. Vandal Area
Swallows and Amazons Trad 65m 1.2. Vandal Area
* Sweet Surrender Trad 60m 1.2. Vandal Area
* Vandal Trad 50m 1.2. Vandal Area
A Step in the Right Direction Trad 20m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
* Affinity Trad 45m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
High Sigh Trad 25m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Sole Sister Trad 12m 1.5. Hum Terrace
First Night Nerves Trad 20m 1.9. Intermission Wall
A Carriganesque Proposal Trad 30m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Just Like Your Father Trad 12m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Sidetrack Trad 18m 1.10. Windy Buttress
A Fish Called Wanda Trad 15m 1.12. Bonsai Buttress
18 * Opening Trad 20m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
* Friends in High Places Trad 35m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Sandbag Of The Century Trad 30m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
The First Affinity Trad 24m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Over and Out Trad 30m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Up in Arms Trad 12m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Waddy Mackenzie Trad 20m 1.5. Hum Terrace
*** Entertainer Trad 40m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
Racey Trad 15m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
Lights, Camera, Action Trad 25m 1.9. Intermission Wall
Dave Trad 20m 1.12. Bonsai Buttress
19 * Tangent Trad 20m 1.1. PB Gully
Bitterblue Trad 25m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Humbug Trad 30m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Kansas City Direct Finish Trad 18m 1.5. Hum Terrace
** Sideshow Trad 35m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
Left, Right and Centre Trad 15m 1.10. Windy Buttress
* Middle of the Road Trad 15m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Noggers and Joggers Trad 18m 1.10. Windy Buttress
** Werewolf Trad 24m 1.11. Werewolf Area
Angstrom Trad 7m 1.13. Winterset Wall
Winterset Trad 15m 1.13. Winterset Wall
V1 Off boulder and up corner Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder
Up Crack to Pockets Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder
20 * Assistance Required Trad 25m 1.2. Vandal Area
** Down and Out Trad 25m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
Fretwork Trad 25m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
** Down and Out Trad 25m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Jugs and Fun Trad 22m 1.5. Hum Terrace
* Stormalong Trad 45m 1.5. Hum Terrace
* No Soft Options Trad 60m 1.8. Right Curtain Wall
Top Gear Trad 15m 1.10. Windy Buttress
Dismember Trad 15m 1.13. Winterset Wall
V2 ** Caving Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder
21 Fourteen Days in May Trad 18m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
Pick and Lose Trad 20m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
All in Vein Trad 35m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
* Cognitive Dissonance Trad 30m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
* Four Spooner Trad 20m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Mark and Craig Trad 24m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Bog On Up Trad 15m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
*** Comic Relief Trad 45m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
* Cut Short Trad 40m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
* Round Up Trad 45m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
Shoe Shuffle Trad 35m 1.8. Right Curtain Wall
* Touchdown Trad 50m 1.8. Right Curtain Wall
A Chemical Reaction Trad 20m 1.11. Werewolf Area
Harry V Dirchy Trad 35m 1.11. Werewolf Area
* Red Zinger Trad 27m 1.11. Werewolf Area
* Solar City Trad 20m 1.11. Werewolf Area
22 ** PB Trad 23m 1.1. PB Gully
* Fade Out Trad 35m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Final Bough Trad 35m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
** Day of Rest Direct Finish Trad 30m 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
Gene Vicious Trad 15m 1.8. Right Curtain Wall
** Goodbye Trad 30m 1.11. Werewolf Area
V3 No sit start Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder
23 * Heavy Horses Trad 25m 1.1. PB Gully
PB Direct Start Trad 1.1. PB Gully
Another Route Trad 30m 1.2. Vandal Area
** Puzzlin' Evidence Trad 25m 1.2. Vandal Area
* Angry Penguins Trad 20m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
Believe You Me Trad 20m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
* Hard Snort Trad 20m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
* High Kicks Mixed 20m, 1 1.5. Hum Terrace
Shaky Town Trad 15m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
Short Cut Trad 20m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
* Tapestry Trad 40m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
Tinsel Town Mixed 15m, 3 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
** Cheap Trip Trad 35m 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
*** Curtain Call Trad 35m 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
Phys Ed Trad 15m 1.8. Right Curtain Wall
* Race Apart Trad 60m 1.8. Right Curtain Wall
As You Like It Trad 20m 1.11. Werewolf Area
The Turkey Federation Of Australia Trad 40m 1.11. Werewolf Area
V4 V4 Problem Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder
24 Angles Up Trad 20m 1.1. PB Gully
* Impasse Trad 20m 1.1. PB Gully
The Verge Mixed 20m, 1 1.2. Vandal Area
* A Shorter History of Women's Bodies Trad 22m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
* Epic Demic Trad 22m 1.3. Intrepid Gully
* Afternoon Cloud Trad 35m 1.5. Hum Terrace
Jug City Trad 20m 1.5. Hum Terrace
** Morning Thunder Trad 35m 1.5. Hum Terrace
** Sufficiently Alarming Mixed 35m, 1 1.5. Hum Terrace
* Hello Hollywood Trad 50m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
*** Cliff Hanger Trad 25m 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
** Drama Class Trad 30m 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
*** Terminal Drive Trad 30m 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
Gillette Trad 40m 1.8. Right Curtain Wall
* Colour Scheme Trad 25m 1.11. Werewolf Area
Goodbye Direct Trad 1.11. Werewolf Area
* Let's Get Pissed Trad 40m 1.11. Werewolf Area
Bonsai Banzai Trad 13m 1.12. Bonsai Buttress
25 Blockade Trad 30m 1.1. PB Gully
* PB Direct Finish Trad 23m 1.1. PB Gully
Temporary Imbalance Trad 20m 1.1. PB Gully
* Cliff Richards Mixed 15m, 2 1.3. Intrepid Gully
Women's Weekly World Discovery Tour Trad 30m 1.4. Leasehold Wall
Starlets in Tow Trad 20m 1.5. Hum Terrace
** A Hundred Little Baby Bums Trad 30m 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
Hop It Mixed 50m, 2 1.8. Right Curtain Wall
* The Trial Trad 35m 1.11. Werewolf Area
V5 Weakness then corner Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder
26 * Pet Abuse Trad 35m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
Tribulation Mixed 25m, 1 1.11. Werewolf Area
27 * Bada boom Mixed 30m, 5 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
* Encore Mixed 30m, 3 1.7. Upper Curtain Wall
V7 Sit start Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder
Traverse Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder
V7 Problem Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder
28 * Showstopper Unknown 35m 1.6. Lower Curtain Wall
* The Vampire Sport 18m, 8 1.11. Werewolf Area
V9 Sidepulls Boulder 1.14.1. Caving Boulder