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Table of contents
- 1. Frenchmans Cap
64 in Crag
- 1.1. Clytemnestra 48 in Area
- 1.2. Sharlands Peak 2 in Area
- 1.3. White Needle 2 in Area
- 1.4. Philips Peak 3 in Area
- 1.5. Lake Tahune Signpost 1 in Area
- 1.6. Tahune Face 7 in Area
- 1.7. East Face 1 in Area
- 2. Index by grade
Unknown, Trad and other styles
|1||South-east Summit and Twisted owers||13|
|1||Western Slab Route||12||150m|
|2||Western Slab Route Alternate Finish||13|
|3||South-west Wall Chimney|
Unknown, Trad and other styles
|2||The Chimes of Freedom||17||270m|
|4||The Sydney Route||16||13380m|
|5||The Sydney Route Direct Start||14||62m|
|6||The Melbourne Variant||16||370m|
|7||The De Gaulle's Nose Route||23||330m|
|8||The Great Flake||22||370m|
|11||Conquistador Variants||19 M1|
|13||Waterloo Road Direct||16||300m|
|15||The Ninth of January||19||160m|
|17||Fleur-de-lis Alternative Start||13||33m|
|20||The Lorax - Conquistador Connection||19||55m|
|2||La Grande Pump||21||60m|
On the buttress in front of face. First pitch excellent rock and gear 40m, 2nd pitch 60m and not so good. Scary descent off back
|6||Pillar Face Variant No 1||15|
|7||Pillar Face Variant No 2||15|
|8||Solomons Sanctuary||12 M2||180m|
|14||Fox 'n' Socks||17||45m|
|15||Teetering Tower Ridge||12||100m|
|17||Board Shorts, Bored Shorts||16|
|18||Breakfast of Champions||17||30m|
|22||The Pawn of Doom||19||25m|
|24||Thus Spake Zarathustra||22||110m|
|2||Northern Staircase Variant||14|
|2||West Face Route|
|1||The Gendarme Ridge||10|
|1||25 Kilograms of Pain for 25 Seconds of Pleasure||21||12m|
|1||Tierry le Fronde||16||150m|
|2||Tierry le Fronde Direct Start||16||45m|
|3||Tierry le Fronde Direct Variant||17||25m|
|5||Shame of the Warrior||18||130m|
|6||Tierry le Fronde Alternative Start||19||65m|
De Gaulles Direct
FA: Adam Donoghue Gareth Llewellin, 2008