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Table of contents
Unknown and Boulder
FA: Daniel da Silva
FA: dan, 2008
FA: Daniel da Silva, 2008
An Akubra adventure
The crack R of Chocoholic
FA: V Wills, R Wills, 2003
|9||Break a Piece for me||18||10m|
|11||Better brakes than a bobcat||21||10m|
Better breaks than a kit kat
FA: Richard Jeffrey
|13||Take a break||21||10m|
|14||I love cats, Not!||22||10m|
|15||Put a hot wire through my head||16||10m|
|1||Suspenders will do it||19||10m|
|2||Suspenders will do it RHV||21||10m|
|3||Just Dye it||21||10m|
|4||Rather be Dead than Red||23||10m|
|6||Big Day Out||22||10m|
|1||Hell no its twins||16||10m|
|4||Roaches have cream centres||19||10m|
Arête left of bb
Up alcove right of rumba, with a small cam if needed. Step left onto arête and up to bolt belay. Can traverse left to access U bolts to clean.
|7||route to R of Rumba||22||12m|
Route left of tectonic
Same start as tectonic then traverse left below tectonics pocket on horizontal. Poorly protects with cams. DRB belay.
|1||Where there's a will there's a way||21||9m|