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Routes are ordered west face: north to south then east face: south to north.

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The right hand line on the very first prominent buttress on the NW ridge. Up the slab as you discover hidden jugs, semi-mantle top out.

FFA: Kelly Thorpe (solo), 2016

4m right of stank, wide crack, into slabby bum faces to mantle top out. Easy fun

FFA: Kelly Thorpe & Sarah Hayes, 2017

FA: Kelly Thorpe & Sarah Hayes, 2017

1m right of spike, up blocky face into spike at the top

FFA: Kelly Thorpe & Sarah Hayes, 2017

FA: Kelly Thorpe & Sarah Hayes, 2017

2m Right of 'Morning Hayes'. Up face and slab with small good edges, easy finish

FFA: Kelly Thorpe, 2017

FA: Kelly Thorpe, 2017

Locate the largest outcrop on the NW side (has a distinctive thin crack that arches L). This climb is on the outcrop across the scree gully to the L. Delicately up then L to gain the straight hand crack. Optional short crack in summit boulder to finish.

FA: Paul Badenoch & Vicki Kavanagh, 2016

Start at short LH corner 2m R of The Birds and the Bees. Continue up and around the perched block. Optional crack in summit boulder for a direct finish.

FA: Paul Badenoch & Vicki Kavanagh, 2016

Crack and layback 7m left of The Green Room. Layback start flake and mantle ledge. Up twin cracks with a funky exit out of the right crack.

FFA: Kelly Thorpe & James Thorpe, 2016

Project in between choccy bar crack and green room. Blank face, stars at undecling, wanders left then back right with a number of tension moves on desperate slippery footers and bad holds. At half way break right into small corner and up to top. All moves have been done in TR, needs 2-3 bolts so may leave it as a TR. Super technical, probably 28

FA: Kelly Thorpe, 2017

Prominent left trending seam and crack. Located on the biggest outcrop on the NW Ridge. From the road it's the most obvious line at Greenly. Hard fingers to start, great stemming, jamming and lay backing to finish.

FA: Vaughn Thomas & Kelly Thorpe, 2012

FFA: Kelly Thorpe, 2016

Attractive corner-crack just R of the gully R of the largest outcrop..

FA: Rob Baker & Tim Davis, 1996

Corner 5m R of Watchful Eyes then the headwall on the R.

FA: Rob Baker & Tim Davis, 1996

Wide crack just R of Four in a Day. Stem outside or get in and wriggle up to the old giant beehive, step R and exit.

FFA: James Thorpe & Kelly Thorpe, 2016

The fingers and seam crack on flat wall 2m right of Beehive crack.

FA: Kelly Thorpe, 2016

The leftward seam starting 3m R of 3 in a Day. Up slab, follow seam left and finish as for 3 in a Day. Hard to place gear on lead.

FA: Kelly Thorpe, 2016

Prominent R-facing corner on west side of south end of ridge (towards L end of first crag of reasonable size). 5 mins walk from carpark (250m).

FA: Paul Badenoch & Vicki Kavanagh, 2016

Gymnastic wide crack 3m L of Oyster Pie.

FA: Paul Badenoch & Vicki Kavanagh, 2016

Finger/hand crack 6m L of Melting in the Sun

FA: Paul Badenoch, 2016

Crack system up front of most prominent outcrop 200m south of summit cairn and 50m east of track.

FA: Paul Badenoch, 2016

Finger crack on front of large pointy outcrop 40m east of summit cairn.

FA: Paul Badenoch & Vicki Kavanagh, 2016

On red wall on NE flank directly over the hill from Four in a Day and Watchful Eyes. R-tending crack then corner to finish.

FA: Rob Baker & Tim Davis, 1996

Left leaning crack 3m Right of Sunstone. Great laybacking and jamming, finish as for Sunstone.

FFA: Kelly Thorpe, 2017

FA: Kelly Thorpe, 2017

Small fingers crack 2m Right of Big Bambi. Some good locks and laybacks with no feet, except the crack. Small in size but climbs well and packs a punch! Add two grades if you start right from the ground without stepping up and using the block to the left.

FFA: Kelly Thorpe, 2017

FA: Kelly Thorpe, 2017

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