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Table of contents

1. The Mothballs 10 routes in Crag

All Unknown
Description:© (koala)

Small with limited potential. There is still room for a few more short new routes. Kid friendly crag with really easy access, and two routes at least which are actually beginner friendly! (Surely not I hear you say, but yes it's true!)

Approach:© (koala)

about 2-300m before the Horn on the left (uphill).

Useful Info: Best Routes: The Biggest 'Thing' Here (16*) Waiting for a princess (19) Robert Dazzler (24*) a few other (about 4-5) 18's that are run out which is a pity as they look quite good.

Ethic: inherited from Mount Buffalo

Trad climbing rules here! Bolts are a last resort! Most of the major aid lines can be done clean using modern gear unless noted. Freeing of aid sections should probably attempted as trad before resorting to fixed artificial protection.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Jack Be Nimble 19 Unknown 15m
2 * The Biggest Thing Here

FA: Anthony Pattison, Joe Goding

16 Unknown 25m
3 * Waiting For A Princess

FA: Joe Goding, Anthony Pattison

20 Unknown 25m
4 ** Robert Dazzler 24 Unknown 15m
5 Head First 23 Unknown 15m
6 Pleasure 16 Unknown 15m
7 The Fine Line Between Pleasure And Pain 17 Unknown 15m
8 Pain 18 Unknown 15m
9 Sleight Of Hand 18 Unknown 15m
10 From Here to Obscurity

FA: Paul Martin, Rick Webb

20 Unknown 10m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
16 Pleasure Unknown 15m
* The Biggest Thing Here Unknown 25m
17 The Fine Line Between Pleasure And Pain Unknown 15m
18 Pain Unknown 15m
Sleight Of Hand Unknown 15m
19 Jack Be Nimble Unknown 15m
20 From Here to Obscurity Unknown 10m
* Waiting For A Princess Unknown 25m
23 Head First Unknown 15m
24 ** Robert Dazzler Unknown 15m