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Table of contents
Long/Lat: 152.534265, -26.149786
- Description:© (hotgemini)
The Gymp Was Disturbed
Up the orange face, through roof to lip (but resist the urge to mantle it!). Traverse the lip the entire way, joining TGIS at its anchor (hidden from view). Seven RBs to lower off.
FA: Graham Page, James Colwill, 2009
Gymp is Sleeping
Novelty traverse across lip of cave starting on far right. Route gets steeper and steeper until final fun roof move. Rap chain.
FA: Neil Monteith & Marten Blumen, 1997
The Gymp Was a Boy From The Bluies
Starts on L arete of the crag and goes up then out R to shared station. Five RBs to chain.
FA: Graham Page, Clint Westwood, 2009
|21||Gymp is Sleeping||515m,|
|The Gymp Was a Boy From The Bluies||510m,|
|23||The Gymp Was Disturbed||710m,|