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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityTrad, Sport and Unknown
Long/Lat: 146.764389, -36.774580
Dreamworld are the obvious boulders 40m from the road, on your R as you approach the Horn car park. Park at the lowest end of the Horn carpark. Wander back down the road for 100m. The path, sometimes marked by a cairn, drops down the embankment and goes between the two biggest boulders. There's a little scrambling for the last 20m but it's still only a 3min access!
The right arête of the west-most face.
|2||Trouble In Taggerty||18||115m,|
The Dead Heart
The first 2/3 of this was retro-bolted during the retro-bolt of 'Spaceman Spiff"
Spaceman Spiff / The Day After Invasion Day
Was originally a very bold trad route, but was inadvertently retro-bolted and renamed to 'The Day After Invasion Day' in 2012, presumably as a result of an incorrect topo in the 2006 guidebook, which showed 'Spaceman Spiff' as being several meters right of the climb's actual location.
FA: Bill Ottaway,Kiersten Price, 1989
This Is Not Our Land
The left side of the left dyke, wandering rightwards slightly as it goes up. Three carrot bolts. Harder if you're short.
The left arête of the west-most face. 3 carrot bolts, one fixed hanger and a couple of sling placements.
|21 to 23||415m,|
FA: Gerhard Horhager
|9||Needlepoint For Beginners||22||215m,|
5m right of 'Needlepoint For Beginners'.
|11||Beware The Strathbogie||12||15m|
|12||Eat Your Vegies||14||15m|
|14||Death Can Be Fatal||23||25m|
|17||Two Old Plonkers||18||12m|
|18||Joe's New Slab||19||12m|
|21||The Lesbian Dyke (Project)||26||10m|
|22||Peace Is Quiet||20||14m|
|12||Beware The Strathbogie||15m|
|Eat Your Vegies||15m|
|The Dead Heart||15m|
|Trouble In Taggerty||115m,|
|Two Old Plonkers||12m|
|19||Joe's New Slab||12m|
|Peace Is Quiet||14m|
|This Is Not Our Land||315m,|
|Needlepoint For Beginners||215m,|
|21 to 23||Injustice||415m,|
|23||Death Can Be Fatal||25m|
|26||The Lesbian Dyke (Project)||10m|