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Table of contents

1. Belair 104 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Sport, Trad and other styles

Long/Lat: 138.641322, -35.002925

1.1. Car Crash Quarry 59 routes in Crag

Summary:
Sport, Trad and other styles

Long/Lat: 138.624363, -34.988841

Unique Features And Strengths:

Easy access, short sport routes, nice sunny aspect

Description:

A good crag for those wishing to access the easier sport climbing on offer in Adelaide with fairly well placed bolts - just don't expect much below grade 20, this IS South Australia

Approach:© (boardlord)

Located in disused quarry. Travelling up Old 'Belair' rd park in gravel layby (both sides of the road). Follow steep track at S end of car park to overgrown dirt road, continue SW 50m to the crag.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Urban Decay 22Trad 15m
2 The Fading Light 21Sport 12m, 3
3 Smearing on Mt McKinley 23Sport 10m, 3
4 * Ram it to the Hilti and Climbmax 21Sport 10m, 3
5 * Technicolour Sunfish

One of the best routes here, leads to oversize bolt-hanger at anchor

21Sport 12m
6 * Technicolour Sunfish RHV 21Sport 12m
7 Fear Late at Night 16Trad
8 Eye of the Needle 26Sport 10m
9 Stepping into the Unknown 21Sport 12m, 4
10 Hard Stone City 21Sport 12m
11 Rainbow Wall

Up to hard move directly over bulge

21Sport 8m, 3
12 Rainbow Wall LHF

Follow as for the original route to the rest below thw small roof, escape under and to the left of the small roof, following the corner crack until the chains can be reached.

15Sport 8m, 3
13 * Des' Dihedral

The often-climbed but unrecorded (?) corner-crack between RW and RTAS. Stay in it all the way!

FA: Paul Badenoch, Chris Oerman, 2008

17Sport 8m
14 Running to a Standstill

Up V-corner directly to hard move to chains

21Sport 10m, 3
15 Running to a Standstill RHF

Same as 'Running to a Standstill' then escape right to avoid hard move to chains

17Sport 10m, 3
16 Edge of Darkness

Up arete to bolt with no hangar. After second hangar head right to 'No Mans Land' chains. An overlooked climb with a lot of merit!

21Sport 12m
17 No Man's Land

Difficult Mantle move

22Sport 12m, 3
18 No Man's Land RHV 17Sport 12m
19 Naturalists in a High Tech World 16Trad 8m
20 Wayward Beginner 9Trad 8m
21 Exodus

Re-equiped and ready for action. Three bolts.

16Sport 8m
22 Exodus RHS

Start to the left of the Arete under the overhang. Clip first bolt, then make a couple more moves and head left and join original line at its first bolt. Finish as for original line. A bit more sustained than its original.

FA: Peter Arcidiaco, 4th Mar

18Sport 4
23 The Magic School Bus

Start as for Sexy Love Slot and gain the ledge. Traverse left and head straight up arete and small slab above. Once at top traverse right to Sexy Love Slot's chains. The route is mixed and needs natural pro for the above traverse.

Set by Peter Arcidiaco

FA: Peter Arcidiaco, 9th Mar

18Sport 2
24 Sexy Love Slot

The crack on the L side of the slab. Stick to the crack the whole way. At the top, move R to chains.

Following the bolts up the slab is 'Sexy Love Clam'

FA: Alistair Gifford-Moore, T. Cox, 1991

11Trad 8m
25 Sexy Love Clam

Start up Sexy Love Slot and then move R onto the slab passing 2 bolts to the chains.

11Sport 10m, 2
26 Wham Bam Thank You Clam 19Sport 8m
27 Fish Dreams 20Sport 8m
28 Fisting a Shark

Start 2m left of Feltch Me and climb small wall to under big roof. Launch out through roof crack and up continuation to ledge. At the second horizontal traverse left to arête and finish up this (DBB). All trad. Big Cams for the roof (#3&4) and take a small cam or small wires for the traverse to the arête to avoid the 9m runout experienced on the FA!

FA: 2011

24Trad 15m
29 ** The Quarrymen

Start a couple of metres left of Felch me just right of the arete. Make some reachy moves through a technical sequence to gain the ledge. Head up and directly over the roof clipping a bolt above the lip and finish at Felch Me's chains. A powerful sequence through the roof.

FA: Peter Arcidiaco, 12th Mar

24Sport 14m, 4
30 Feltch Me With a Crazy Straw Yeah Direct!

From the arete to the chains via the crack.

16Trad 15m
31 ** Felch Me With a Crazy Straw, Yeah! 20Sport 14m, 5
32 Felch Me With A Crazy Straw, Yeah! RHF

Self explanatory. Climb Felch Me to its last bolt and head right to chains. A much more enjoyable finish.

FFA: Peter Arcidiaco, 18th Mar

20Sport 14m, 5
33 Bad Taste 23Sport 12m
34 Fine Line Sport Project 14m
35 Choss Stone City

Start in the corner right of felch me following the crack up to the chains.

Set by @ryze118

FA: @ryze118

12Trad 14m
36 Taste the Pain

Fresh bolts will hopefully breath life back into this fantastic little gem! Starts a couple of meters left of the main wall and to the right of Felch Me. Head up following the bolts to the overhang. Once over the overhang use the slab and the corner to reach the chains. Old chains are still there for prosperity.

23Sport 14m, 5
37 Taste The Pain LHV

Start as for original but once at the roof head directly over the centre and up left hand side of the slab. Keep out of the right hand corner. A powerful sequence over the roof!

FA: Peter Arcidiaco, 2014

26Sport 5
38 The Nigel Rees Traverse

Starts with graffitti and ends up being a bit of a joke. Start left of graffitti left of ELV on a jug and traverse right all the way across the wall finishing in the gully right of Mercey Street. Intersect Mercey Street above it's 1st bolt and down climb that routes start to continue trending right to the finish. Rock deteriorates in the last 5m.

FA: 2011

24Boulder 20m
39 The Electric Lavender Vacuum Cleaner / ELV

It's about time someone told it how it is. It is NOT a 23. It's easier than some other 21's around here - but don't under-estimate the seriousness of the second bolt if it is at your grade.

21Sport 8m, 2
40 The Electric Lavender Vacuum Cleaner LHV

Start slighty left of the original on two small edge side pulls and head directly up on small holds to ledge at mid point. Finish up original line. First bolt cannot be reached so it's a high-ball to the second bolt.

23Sport 8m, 1
41 The Electric Lavender Vacuum Cleaner RHV

Starts slightly right of the original line. Head directly up using holds in the original line as left hand holds and minimal right hand holds to one very long dynamic move at the end. No bolts can be clipped so it's either a top rope, solo, or high-ball boulder problem!

24Sport
42 Footswitch

ELV to its 2nd bolt then veer hard right, gain the staircase, rest for a year or two, then into RO clipping its 2nd bolt. Finish as for RO direct.

FA: Steve Kelly, 2014

22Sport 3
43 What time is love? / Feel it Crumble and Melt in Your Mouth

Top rope up the front face of staircase to the chains. Swing left after first step of the stair case. (may be named something else)

FA: April Westcott, Stuart Williams. And at around the same time by Rick Jeukin, 1990

12Trad 8m
44 Receptive Orifices

Once graded 25. A technical sequence.

24Sport 8m, 3
45 Merciless

Climb RO to it's 2nd bolt then traverse right across PO, Gonads and through a decidedly thin sequence to join Mercey Street at it's good sidepull between it's 2nd & 3rd bolt. Finish as for this route.

25Sport 6
46 Beg For Mercey

Climb the first two BR's of Percetive Orators then head right across the scar on AGW and clip the bolt out right on Elephantiasis. Climb into this route then right again into Gonads RHV. Climb the last two BR's of this route and finish at the chain of Mercey Street.

23Sport 10m, 6
47 Receptive Orifices RHV

Very contrived. Stick-clip RO's first draw, then climb the blank wall between RO and PO, using their crack's for hand and foot holds.

FA: Paul Kinnane, 2004

24Sport
48 Graffiti Orators

A training link. Starts on loose jug left of graffiti left of ELV then traverses right to finish up all of PO with no rest.

24Sport
49 PO RO

Start up PO then break left into RO after the first bolt and finish up this. Another link.

23Sport
50 Perceptive Orators

Was 22 then hold breakage upped grade to 23. In 2011 the flake came off resulting in a large sidepull. Now 22 again.

22Sport 8m, 3
51 Perceptive Elephant

Up Perceptive Orators to the third bolt, then right to finish as for Elephantiasis. A good link.

22Sport 8m
52 AO

AGW then into PO and finishing as for RO Lefthand finish. Easiest route on this wall.

20Sport
53 * Advertiser Ground Fall Watch

Rarely done. Takes line right of PO through underclings to scar (horizontal) - then up to independent chain shared with Elephantiasis.

23Sport 8m, 3
54 Gonad Orator

Up Elephantiasis to 2nd bolt then left into PO and finish up this.

23Sport
55 Elephantiasis of the Gonads

A hard crimpy start leads into easier climbing above.

23Sport 8m, 3
56 Gonads RHV

The line without a lower off. Hold breakage at the start (chossy rock) and no protection leads into the crack.

22Trad 9m
57 * Mercey Street

The right hand line on the graffitti wall. An intense sequence past three bolts.

24Sport 8m
58 Big Trouble In Little Vagina

Starts 3m right of Mercy Street. Pull on and make an unlikely move to a high slopping edge. from here head towards the cutout at the top of the cliff. Rock deteriorates in last couple of metres but will clean up. Expect it to get harder! Future plans will be to bolt it if the rock allows.

FA: Petey Pete, 2014

22Top rope 8m
59 Footloose

Climb ELV right hand variant to the ledge and finish as for Footswitch.

FA: Petey Pete, 2014

24Sport 4

1.2. Brownhill Creek 1 route in Crag

Summary:
All Sport

Long/Lat: 138.627521, -34.990694

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Beer Question

FA: Nick Neagle, Erik Lock, 1991

21Sport 11m

1.3. Tom's Quarry 11 routes in Crag

Summary:
Top Rope, Sport and other styles

Long/Lat: 138.618990, -34.991985

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Beanicle's Revenge

The very L end of the quarry.

FA: Dean Johnson, 1998

17Top rope 7m
2 Out for the Count

Through the centre of the overhangs R of Beanicle's.

FA: Dean Johnson, 1998

22Top rope 8m
3 The Merciless Slaughter of the Wachati

Take the R end of the overhang.

FA: Dean Johnson, 1998

16Top rope 8m
4 Rumble on the Rocks

Crack just R of the arete R of TMSOTW.

FA: Carlo Faganello, 1998

18Top rope 9m
5 Palm Muting a Jackson

The black slab ribbed with horizontals.

FA: Dean Johnson, 2000

20Sport 9m, 4
6 A Last-Ditch Effort

The prominent widening crack in the centre of the wall.

FA: Dean Johnson, 1998

10Trad 8m
7 Fade to Black

Start at the R end of the face and follow the diagonal ledge up L to the horizontal and a bolt.Up past a second bolt to chains.

FA: Dean Johnson, 2000

22Sport 7m, 2
8 Outer Mongolian Yak Herders

Sit start just L of small undercut section near R end of bouldering wall. Up thin crack then L to finishing jug.

FFA: Tom O'Leary, 2000

V4Boulder 3m
9 Revenge of the Killer Mutated Sea Bass

Prominent crack at far R end of bouldering wall.

FFA: Tom O'Leary, 2000

V4Boulder 3m
10 Thank You Mr Hilti

Start R of bouldering wall at lowest point of cliff (just R of the undercut base). Up past two ring bolts then take the diagonal to another bolt and on to chains.

Set by Dean Johnson

Sport Project 8m, 3
11 Schmleau

Start at the crack just R of the overhung section. Up to the horizontal, tackle the bulge, then on to chains.

FA: Tom O'Leary, 2000

17Sport 7m, 3

1.4. Tusmore Towers 2 routes in Crag

Summary:
All Sport

Long/Lat: 138.606371, -34.999288

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Cycle Sluts from Hell

FA: Matt Adams

27Sport 9m
2 Twenty Two, Going on Twenty Three 24Sport

1.5. Workanda Creek 27 routes in Crag

Summary:
Trad and Boulder

Long/Lat: 138.667377, -35.008288

Description:© (boardlord)

Routes are described right to left. Located within Belair National Park thus follow the usual eco-friendly regulations of the national parks.

Now known as the highball capital of Adelaide but still used for both trad and top rope.

Approach:© (boardlord)

Enter via Gate 11.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Waterfall Route

7m V2. Up to pocket break, then right to crimper line (match this), and to RH gaston. Finish directly. Not a winter route! Bad landing.

Start: Start left of cave at horizontal break.

21Trad 7m
2 Birdy

Climbs the short crimpy wall right of the cave starting at a big jug. Fingery climbing leads to a ledge, then more easily to the top. Established ground-up solo. Be careful of the rock.

FA: 2007

19Trad 7m
3 Confidence and Paranoia

Takes a steep but juggy start about 5m left of Trev - leading to the obvious hanging slab. Gain the good hold at base of slab and stretch up left for a sidepull. Mantle, then finish diagonally right up slab to top out. Established as a ground-up onsight solo.

FA: Steve Kelly, 2006

18 RTrad 8m
4 * Butterflies

Starts on the LH end of a roof and climbs above this via an obvious layback weakness (right of the hanging slab of C & P)

11Trad 8m
5 Trev

The easy weakness left of Nev past the good pocket, finishing up and left.

12Trad 8m
6 Nev

Used to be a very overgraded 20...

18Trad 8m
7 Kev

A true boulder problem leading to an easy finish. From underclings, latch the sloper (easier if you go with your left) - then up to a large undercling and onwards. RH (on sloper) version is more committing at about V2.

23Trad 8m
8 Ron the Cake

The attractive rampline on orange rock - leading to a vegetated crack just above a good handjam.

18Trad 8m
9 * D-lusion

Route just left of Disjointed Illusion crack via jugs then crimps and a big move.

FA: Climb a meter or so left of disjointed - onto the slopy ledge, crimps then big open moves for about four or so moves then sketchy topout

20Trad 8m
10 Disjointed Illusion

The wide crack.

13Trad 8m
11 ** Snaggle Puss

One of the best lines here - and quite a boulder problem (though gear may be able to be arranged in the undercling). A direct line right of the crack, heading past the good finish jug of 'Pathetic Earthlings...' - straight up the face to the obvious large undercling (crux). Push into it and reach for the big break above.

23Trad 8m
12 A Trick of the Tail

A slightly weird experience. Climb up the body-engulfing trench leading into the roof (behind the 'Nati Beast' launch boulder) - then make a committing series of moves out toward the sunlight (and onto the face). Finish up the obvious flakeline.

18Trad 8m
13 ** Pathetic Earthings... Who Can Save You Now? / Pathetic Earthlings

The biggest jump move in Adelaide? Lowest jug below A Trick of the Tail - double-handed to the big jug about 2m up.

FA: James Falconer, 2000

V7Boulder 2m
14 * Fartin Flattin

Starts off the boulder and climbs the face direct - left of the Nati Beast arete - to join A Trick of the Tail. Originally TR'd on first ascent - hence the name change.

FA: Ross/Hamish Meffin (TR) - Steve Kelly (ground-up solo)

24Trad 8m
15 *** Nati Beast

Originally TR'd on the 'first ascent'.

FA: Since been soloed.

FA: Ross/Hamish Meffin (Top Rope) Steve Kelly (solo)

26Trad 8m
16 The Right Hand Roof Crack

The body-engulfing trench left of 'The Shrinker'. Climb/chimney up to the roof - then go out towards the light. Finish as for 'The Shrinker'.

16Trad 8m
17 * The Shrinker

The good looking line on the righthand end of the cliff, with a steep start on good holds, then finishing more delicately just right of the corner.

20Trad 8m
18 Freckle Cat and Doktor 10Trad 8m
19 Snatch

The following 9 problems are on the little wall 60m further along the escarpment.

V3Boulder
20 The Transformer LHV

Would've beeen done before - a userfriendly version of The Transformer. From its start, grab the layback jug up L and continue.

FA: Paul Badenoch

V0Boulder
21 The Pinch

Start as for Transformer, reach right to large layaway then LH up for very poor pinch. RH to top. Unlikely move.

V4Boulder
22 The Transformer

A 6 foot dyno. One of the best at its grade.

Start: Obvious starting jug (generally well chalked) in middle of wall - starting matched, then jump for the top.

V5Boulder
23 Swing Thing

Double hand dyno from the start of 'The Transformer' to the 'Mr Incredible' finishing hold up and right.

Start: As for Transformer.

V4Boulder
24 Mr Incredible

Double-hand 4'9 dyno to 3-quarter height down sloping jug.

Start: Right of 'The Transformer' jug matched on the horizontal just left of corner.

V3Boulder
25 Slo Mo

Start: Right of crack right of 'Mr Incredible'. Grab two good sized flat crimps, place very high feet and dyno for the top. A 5'8 dyno.

V4Boulder
26 Matchsticks

Start: Low flat crimp line down and right of the start to the previous problem. Gaston small seam, reach for very small 2-finger crimp LH, and small slopey crimp up and right. Then jug.

V4Boulder
27 The Traverse

Either way, taking the line of least resistance (but not touching the top).

FA: Paul Badenoch, 2009

V1Boulder 6m

1.6. Amphitheatre Rock 4 routes in Crag

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 138.670165, -35.021739

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Instability 15Trad 9m
2 Setting Up Camp 17Trad 9m
3 Belayer Terror 15Trad 8m
4 Facing Up 20Trad 9m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
9 Wayward Beginner Trad 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
10 A Last-Ditch Effort Trad 8m 1.3. Tom's Quarry
Freckle Cat and Doktor Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
11 Sexy Love Clam Sport 10m, 2 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Sexy Love Slot Trad 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
* Butterflies Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
12 Choss Stone City Trad 14m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
What time is love? Trad 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Trev Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
13 Disjointed Illusion Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
15 Rainbow Wall LHF Sport 8m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Belayer Terror Trad 8m 1.6. Amphitheatre Rock
Instability Trad 9m 1.6. Amphitheatre Rock
V0 The Transformer LHV Boulder 1.5. Workanda Creek
16 Exodus Sport 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Fear Late at Night Trad 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Feltch Me With a Crazy Straw Yeah Direct! Trad 15m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Naturalists in a High Tech World Trad 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
The Merciless Slaughter of the Wachati Top rope 8m 1.3. Tom's Quarry
The Right Hand Roof Crack Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
17 * Des' Dihedral Sport 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
No Man's Land RHV Sport 12m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Running to a Standstill RHF Sport 10m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Beanicle's Revenge Top rope 7m 1.3. Tom's Quarry
Schmleau Sport 7m, 3 1.3. Tom's Quarry
Setting Up Camp Trad 9m 1.6. Amphitheatre Rock
18 Exodus RHS Sport 4 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
The Magic School Bus Sport 2 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Rumble on the Rocks Top rope 9m 1.3. Tom's Quarry
A Trick of the Tail Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
Confidence and Paranoia Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
Nev Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
Ron the Cake Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
19 Wham Bam Thank You Clam Sport 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Birdy Trad 7m 1.5. Workanda Creek
V1 The Traverse Boulder 6m 1.5. Workanda Creek
20 AO Sport 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Felch Me With A Crazy Straw, Yeah! RHF Sport 14m, 5 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
** Felch Me With a Crazy Straw, Yeah! Sport 14m, 5 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Fish Dreams Sport 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Palm Muting a Jackson Sport 9m, 4 1.3. Tom's Quarry
* D-lusion Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
* The Shrinker Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
Facing Up Trad 9m 1.6. Amphitheatre Rock
21 Edge of Darkness Sport 12m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Hard Stone City Sport 12m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Rainbow Wall Sport 8m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
* Ram it to the Hilti and Climbmax Sport 10m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Running to a Standstill Sport 10m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Stepping into the Unknown Sport 12m, 4 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
* Technicolour Sunfish Sport 12m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
* Technicolour Sunfish RHV Sport 12m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
The Electric Lavender Vacuum Cleaner Sport 8m, 2 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
The Fading Light Sport 12m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
The Beer Question Sport 11m 1.2. Brownhill Creek
The Waterfall Route Trad 7m 1.5. Workanda Creek
22 Big Trouble In Little Vagina Top rope 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Footswitch Sport 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Gonads RHV Trad 9m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
No Man's Land Sport 12m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Perceptive Elephant Sport 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Perceptive Orators Sport 8m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Urban Decay Trad 15m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Fade to Black Sport 7m, 2 1.3. Tom's Quarry
Out for the Count Top rope 8m 1.3. Tom's Quarry
V3 Mr Incredible Boulder 1.5. Workanda Creek
Snatch Boulder 1.5. Workanda Creek
23 * Advertiser Ground Fall Watch Sport 8m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Bad Taste Sport 12m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Beg For Mercey Sport 10m, 6 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Elephantiasis of the Gonads Sport 8m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Gonad Orator Sport 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
PO RO Sport 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Smearing on Mt McKinley Sport 10m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Taste the Pain Sport 14m, 5 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
The Electric Lavender Vacuum Cleaner LHV Sport 8m, 1 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Kev Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
** Snaggle Puss Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
V4 Outer Mongolian Yak Herders Boulder 3m 1.3. Tom's Quarry
Revenge of the Killer Mutated Sea Bass Boulder 3m 1.3. Tom's Quarry
Matchsticks Boulder 1.5. Workanda Creek
Slo Mo Boulder 1.5. Workanda Creek
Swing Thing Boulder 1.5. Workanda Creek
The Pinch Boulder 1.5. Workanda Creek
24 Fisting a Shark Trad 15m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Footloose Sport 4 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Graffiti Orators Sport 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
* Mercey Street Sport 8m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Receptive Orifices Sport 8m, 3 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Receptive Orifices RHV Sport 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
The Electric Lavender Vacuum Cleaner RHV Sport 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
The Nigel Rees Traverse Boulder 20m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
** The Quarrymen Sport 14m, 4 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Twenty Two, Going on Twenty Three Sport 1.4. Tusmore Towers
* Fartin Flattin Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
25 Merciless Sport 6 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
V5 The Transformer Boulder 1.5. Workanda Creek
26 Eye of the Needle Sport 10m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Taste The Pain LHV Sport 5 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
*** Nati Beast Trad 8m 1.5. Workanda Creek
27 Cycle Sluts from Hell Sport 9m 1.4. Tusmore Towers
V7 ** Pathetic Earthings... Who Can Save You Now? Boulder 2m 1.5. Workanda Creek
? Fine Line Sport Project 14m 1.1. Car Crash Quarry
Thank You Mr Hilti Sport Project 8m, 3 1.3. Tom's Quarry