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1. Upper Cliffs 67 routes in Area

Summary:
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Mostly Trad

Long/Lat: 152.934752, -26.899829

Description:

The Upper Cliffs are divided into two sections - Main Cliff and The Nursery Cliff. These two south-facing cliffs sport numerous cracks, corners and walls of good quality, with plentiful jugs and protection. This means the majority of climbs are in the low to medium grades and most are naturally protected. Most early climbs were initialled for easy location.

Access Issues: inherited from Glasshouse Mountains

Most 'Glasshouse Mountains' climbing is within the Glass House Mountains National Park. Please respect the environment and other people's enjoyment of it. Access to climbing here is a privilege, not a right.

Approach:

Up to the summit via the tourist track then follow directions to the Main or Nursery cliffs.

Ethic: inherited from Glasshouse Mountains

Modern climbers establishing new routes have taken great pains to ensure any new routes do not interfere with the historic routes established many decades ago.

Retro-bolting of existing routes is unacceptable!

New routes shall make use of traditional protection where available.

1.1. The Upper Main Cliff 43 routes in Area

Summary:
Mostly Trad

Long/Lat: 152.934647, -26.899859

Approach:

The main cliff is situated on the southern side of Ngungun and is just below the summit.

The access to the bottom is now slightly easier since the walking trail has been upgraded. To get to the base of this impressive wall follow the path past where it turns left near the Cave. When the path turns back right you should see a fairly obvious climbers trail with some markers in front of you - the cliff will also be visible from this point. Follow this trail to meet the cliff near the right end of the Upper Main Cliffs/left end of the Nursery Cliffs.

Another option is to descend from Ngungun's summit to the base of the main wall. This is via a 50m rap from the rap chains above Pocket Full Of Kryptonite (there are two intermediate rap stations if required).

Routes are listed from right to left.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Revenge of Chossmaster

The obvious crack 5m left of Classic Gas where the track meets the rock, just above the "rings of shame". Up the crack with good pro to the ledge. Sling the pillar on the far left with care and belay. Rap from the sling.

FFA: B. Cobb, 2014

16 Trad 15m
2 The Chossmaster

A mini-adventure fun ramble of vintage accent that takes you from the bottom of the Main Upper Cliffs to the summit proper. May well have been soloed before. The route is the most intuitive and protectable line from beginning to end. Please refrain to trundle blocks, the instability and precariousness over the exposure of some section add a great alpine-like feel to the route.

  1. 15m (13, crux) Start 1m left of 'The Revenge of Chossmaster' up to ledge and TB on gear.

  2. 25m (5) Traverse up and diagonally to the right with enjoyable exposure, negotiating some death blocks and grassy ledges with fair pro for 15m then 10m up to a giant bird nest belay. TB on gear.

  3. 10m (-) Traverse diagonally left past a solid steelwood tree and up to the 'Nursery Cliffs' ledge. TB.

  4. 28m (10) Start 1m left of 'LRO' up 3m then step left on hidden juggy wall and climb up on exposed vertical face until topping out at the summit proper of Ngungun. Sling the boulders and TB.

FFA: B. Cobb, C. Brazzelli, 2014

13 Trad 78m 4
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
3 Classical Gas

Good old-fashioned climbing. Marked 'CG'. Bridge up the corner until situated on top of the pillar. Step L and climb the juggy groove to a TB. Good protection.

Considering bringing some tat and some new mallions if you are planning on abseiling off. As of August 2013 the existing anchor tat is looking very sad and the mallions very rusted. A more permanent solution could be a chain around the pillar.

FA: Steve Bell, Barry Overs, 1971

16 Trad 27m
4 Toccata and Fugue in D minor

This a nice line, I suspect it has been done before. Climb CG to the tree mantle, step left to next corner. Finish at CG anchors, possibly slightly trickier to protect in spots than CG.

16 Trad 20m
5 Carpe Jugular

An exciting multi-pitch, and the first of four classic long routes. The second pitch makes a great rap-in climb.

  1. 17m (17) Start up Visions of a Transmitter, then traverse right at about 15m to stand on top of the fern ledge (DBB).

  2. 28m (15) Layback through small roof on right, and up corner (FH) to ledge. Clip second FH on steep black wall and crank through on big pockets. Up the featured crack and face to finish at tree belay.

FA: L. Cujes, P. Newton, 1999

17 Trad 45m 2
6 ** Visions Of A Transmitter

This obvious twin cracked corner 5m L of Classical Gas soars upwards for 30m until confronted by a roof. Traverse R (or climb R through this) and climb the juggy face to finish. Beautiful, well protected climbing.

FA: Marten Blumen, Dan Meyers, 1994

18 Trad 45m
7 *** Visions Of A Transmitter DF

Climb 'Visions Of A Transmitter' until you reach the roof, then jug haul directly through this with surprising exposure!

FA: N. Monteith, M. Blumen, 1995

18 Trad
8 ** Ensorcelled

It's magic! Classic, sustained climbing with excellent protection. Climb Icehouse past the tree at 5m to ledge on R. Climb the skyrocketing corner directly above the ledge to roof. R through this (big hex) and directly up the wide crack above.

FA: Lee Cujes, Philippa Newton, 1999

17 Trad 45m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
9 *** Icehouse

Start: Start 2m L of Visions Of A Transmitter below the tree at 5m. A superb climb up an exposed face crack which is easier than it looks. Climb the juggy face for 40m until the final crack section makes things a little tricky. Belay off chains. The protection is good, but because the rock is a bit weak, be sure to place a lot and make sure it's bomber.

FA: Tony Dignan, Steve Bell, 1975

15 Trad 45m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
10 ** Six Sided Hell

Start 1m R of 'Sticky Fingers'. Up slab to shaft. Up this with awkward placements to ledge. Clip FH and blast through bulge. Continue up shaft on RP's, small wires and a FH to ledge. Finish directly up 'Hex Heaven' 's flared corner.

FA: L. Cujes, E. Smith, 1999

20 Trad 45m
11 Hex Heaven

Start 1m right of 'Sticky Fingers'. Climb this to its belay tree. Sling this and traverse 2m R onto arete. Up left side of this on good holds up limited protection to pillar. Finish up the namesake flaring corner to tree belay. A somewhat contrived offering since the addition of 'Six Sided Hell'.

FA: R. Scott, 1991

16 Trad 50m
12 Sticky Fingers

Up the small slab 4m left of Icehouse to the crack with good protection to the tree ledge.

FA: D. Kahler, S. Bell, 1970

12 Trad 18m
13 Angie

Marked 'A'. Just L of 'Sticky Fingers' at the obvious flared chimney. Bridge chimney with good pro in the R crack to the ledge and tree or continue up 'Hex Heaven'.

Set by S. Bell, B. Overs, D. Gilleson, 1971

13 Trad 18m
14 Bloodsucker

Marked 'B'.

  1. 15m (10) Climb the easy twin grooves to the L of 'Angie' to tree belay.

  2. 30m (18) Up onto top of short pillar, then fire directly up the face above with minimal pr until the juggy face crack is reached. Climb this great crack line to the top and tree belay.

FA: D. Kahler, S. Bell, 1972

FFA: D. Carter, J. Hattink, 1993

18 Trad 45m
15 * Witch Hunt

Start at the thin crack running up the blunt pillar 4m to the R of 'Keyhole' 's leaning pillar. Climb straight up the pillar with difficulty, then traverse L to the ledge below the start of 'Pocket Full Of Kryptonite'. 2 FH's and small cams.

FA: Neil Monteith, 1996

21 Trad 15m
16 Keyhole

Marked 'KH'. Scramble up the vegetated gully to the base of the leaning pillar which forms a chimney. Climb up and inwards to the 'keyhole' and squeeze through this with difficulty. Bush bash upwards to a tree belay. Leave this one for the bushwalkers!

FA: Dennis Stocks,Bob Fick,Darryl Poole, 1967

6 Trad 44m
17 * Tower Of Power

This novel route climbs the outside of 'Keyhole' 's leaning pillar. Access by 'Bloodsucker' 's first pitch or rapping in from 'Pocket Full Of Kryptonite' 's chains. Belay on R of pillar's base. Scramble up right to clip first FH, but route is best started directly from the base of the pillar. Balancy start passing 2 FH's, then natural gear to top. Scramble up 3m to belay at base of 'Pocket Full Of Kryptonite'.

FA: Lee Cujes, 1999

16 Trad 20m
18 ** Pocket Full Of Kryptonite

Start: From the summit of 'Mt Ngungun' walk west along the ridge towards Mts Coonowrin & Beerwah for about 50m until a pair of chains are found. Rap off these to a ledge with DBB about halfway down the cliff.

From the ledge climb straight up past 5 BRs to the rap chains.

FA: Darrin Carter, Darren Watter, 1993

17 Sport 12m, 5
19 Feeling Groovy

"Havin' some fun...". Marked 'FG'. Straight up the deep hand crack which becomes very vegetated at the top. Finish easily up blocks. Good pro but poor climbing. Belay off tree.

FA: Trevor Gynther, Steve Bell, 1973

15 Trad 40m
20 Feeling Groovy VF

From the second stance on 'Feeling Groovy' take the L trending crack and the finish up the top of 'Heartache'.

FA: Col Smithies,Betty Margetts, 1990

15 Trad
21 Heartache

Marked 'H'. The start offers good climbing with a nice hand crack but soon the climb deteriorates to the likeness of its two predecessors.

FA: Steve Bell,Dave Kahler

17 Trad 38m
22 Stand To

Marked 'ST'. A contrived hand crack which becomes very vegetated. Not great.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell

16 Trad 40m
23 * Deep Purple

Marked 'DP'. Up corner crack and good protection to ledge.

FA: Steve Bell,Dave Kahler, 1972

13 Trad 25m
24 Leaning Tower

Marked 'LT'. Start up the nice hand crack but this soon turns in a wide off-width. At the widest point, squeeze through the crack and chimney up to ledge. Rap off or continue up one of the crack lines above.

FA: Steve Bell,Dave Kahler, 1972

14 Trad 27m
25 Rubber Soul

Marked 'RS'.

  1. Up fun pockets and cracks to ledge and the weak tree belay. Bomber gear in crack for a belay.

  2. Up the easy chimney.

FA: Steve Bell,Dave Kahler,Bob Bell, 1972

15 Trad 45m 2
26 Gyroscope

Marked 'G'. Juggy climbing up the groove to a grass tree blocking the corner. Climb around this and up easy crack to finish. Good protection throughout most of this long route.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell

15 Trad 45m
27 Speed King

Marked "SK'. An impressive route for back in the day. Hard and desperate climbing up the thin shallow crack leads to easier ground and the good crack above. Be careful with protection down low.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell, 1973

21 Trad 45m
28 Marathon

Marked 'M'. Desperate bridging up the under-protected flared chimney leads to easier ground. Take many small cams and wires.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell

18 Trad 45m
29 Baby Driver

Marked 'BD'. Bold face climbing up the blank wall with only small RP's as protection. Once past the first 10m, it eases to fairly juggy climbing and a tree belay.

FA: Barry Overs, 1970

FFA: Neil Monteith, 1994

19 Trad 25m
30 Carmen Revisited

Marked 'CR'. Up the broken wall with good protection to a small corner. Climb this past a chockstone and onto a ledge. Bridge up the hard chimney on the L and surmount the overhang to another stance. Finish up the twin cracks to a tree belay.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell

16 Trad 42m
31 Fallen Knight

Marked 'FK'. A nice looking crack but the climbing is only average. Finish on halfway ledge of "Carmen Revisited" and rap off.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell

17 Trad 25m
32 Previous Commitment

Marked 'PC'. A very contrived thin hand crack which eventually joins 'Bridge Over Troubled Waters'. If you can avoid the temptation to stray, this climb is quite hard and sustained.

FA: Steve Bell,Dave Kahler

17 Trad 42m
33 * Bridge Over Troubled Waters

Marked 'BOTW'. Easy crack climbing leads to a stance at the section of missing pillar. Traverse right into 'Previous Commitment' and bridge boldly up the twin cracks. Above this, climb the tricky twin cracks to finish. Jamming technique useful.

FA: Barry Overs,Ron Collett, 1970

15 Trad 42m
34 ** CUFA

Marked 'CUFA'. The off-width start sees few ascents and rightfully so. It features poor rock and discouraging thrutching. This wide crack eventually narrows down to a magnificent twin cracked corner in an exposed position.

FA: Unknown

Set by Unknown, 1970

16 Trad 40m
35 Not Recommended For Children

Marked 'NRC'. A fluctuating crack which is only reasonably protected. At the roof traverse right into 'CUFA' 's excellent top half.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell

Set by D. Kahler, S. Bell, 1970

18 Trad 35m
36 Cantankerous Cantelope

Marked 'CC'. Hard for the grade. Under-protected up a thin crack line to a ledge. From the ledge, climb crack system to top. A confident leader is required.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell

Set by D. Kahler, S. Bell, 1970

17 Trad 35m
37 Gone Cruisin'

Marked 'GC'. Hard for the grade. A bold and somewhat under-protected crack climb. This thin subtle corner requires confident crack work. Similar to 'Cantankerous Cantelope'.

FA: Steve Bell,Dave Kahler

Set by S. Bell, D. Kahler, 1970

17 Trad 30m
38 Bourgeois Bullshitter

Marked 'BB'. Boulder the start until the crack opens. Climb this under-protected groove to a small ledge. Finish up the corner above.

Set by S. Bell, D. Kahler, 1970

17 Trad 30m
39 ** Feargrounds For Insanity

Start 2m L of 'Bourgeois Bullshitter'. A stonking line which is being loved to death. Pretty soon the holds will be worn off. Boulder to a high RB, then a hard move follows. Once on the small ledge, clip an RB then fire up the demanding face past another 2 RBs. Bridge above the last RB for 5m (natural pro) to ledge and anchors. Rap off.

Original carrot bolts replaced with ring bolts December 2015 by Safer Cliffs Queensland.

FA: Neil Monteith,Marten Blumen,Darrin Carter, 1994

24 Mixed 20m, 5
40 Stop The Bus

Marked 'STB'. Start at the thin corner 2m L of 'Feargrounds For Insanity'. Up corner with suspect pr. Needs cleaning in the crack. Hard for the grade.

FA: Steve Bell,Dave Kahler

Set by S. Bell, D. Kahler, 1970

17 Trad 25m
41 Strawberry Fields

Marked 'SF'. A very hard start up the thin twin cracks leads to an easier top half. Pro is sparse in the lower section so careful placements are needed.

FA: Steve Bell,Dave Kahler

Set by S. Bell, D. Kahler, 1970

22 Trad 25m
42 Ultra Violet Catastrophe

Marked 'UVC'. Sunscreen optional. The obvious angled off-width on the right side of the leaning pillar. Good pro and sustained climbing all the way to a tree belay.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell, 1972

Set by D. Kahler, S. Bell, 1972

14 Trad 23m
43 Alchemist

Marked 'A'. The enjoyable scramble on small broken pillars and bush at the far left of the main wall. Follows the exposed crest trending right across the tops of the other climbs for an exposed finish to the summit of Ngungun.

5 Trad 60m

1.2. Nursery Cliff 24 routes in Area

Summary:
Mostly Trad

Long/Lat: 152.935185, -26.899688

Description:

Great little cliff that is just under vertical with plentiful jugs resulting in easy climbs with some nice exposure. Generally good gear provided by the cracks and pockets. Perfect beginner trad leader crag.

Approach:

Access the summit ridge via the tourist track. Walk along the ridge towards the summit. Drop down off the ridge to the left (south) at the ridge's low point where there is a detached pillar. A minute's steep scramble later and you're at the base.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Let's roll

Tall dark and tattooed.

1983 Unknown 2m 2, 2
2 Razor Sedge

Marked 'RS'. Well named. Easy groove at far R of crag.

FA: Peter Leeson,Peter Burton, 1994

10 Trad 10m
3 Dishonour Before Death

Marked 'DD'. Pocketed corner that gets progressively easier, with one small cam placement halfway up.

FA: Neil Monteith, 1995

13 Trad 10m
4 Flatliner

Start 1m L of 'Dishonour Before Death'. Good climbing, and a much better version of 'Silver Lining'. Up black, L facing corner crack with increasingly reliable pro to meet 'Silver Lining' at lip of roof.

FA: Lee Cujes, 1999

17 Trad 15m
5 Silver Lining

Up pillars past vegetation to base of large roof-capped corner. Up this with tricky pro on R wall and arete to roof. Through roof then up easily to top.

FA: Peter Leeson, 1993

FFA: Lee Cujes, 1999

16 Trad 15m
6 * Hard Core

Marked 'BL' for some reason. Up the flared chimney and over the roof. One bomber placement about two thirds of the way up the chimney and not much else.

FA: Lionel Hartley, Peter Barnes, 1992

18 R Trad 15m
7 Tree Line

Marked 'TL'. Juggy crack with minimal pr to ledge, then climb crack to top.

FA: Col Smithies,Betty Margetts, 1990

15 Trad 20m
8 Side Line

Marked 'SL'. Straight up crack with good gear to ledge. Finish up easy but poorly protected pocketed face as for 'Walk The Line'.

FA: Col Smithies,Betty Margetts, 1988

9 Trad 20m
9 Walk The Line

Marked 'WL'. The beginners classic! Up the juggy face crack with good pro to ledge. The top 4m tier is spectacularly pocketed, but poorly protected.

FA: Barry Overs,Steve Bell,Dave Gilleson, 1970

8 Trad 20m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
10 Main Line

Marked 'ML'. Up the crack, over the small bulge and up to top.

FA: Col Smithies,Betty Margetts, 1989

10 Trad 20m
11 Cee Gee Also

Marked 'CGA'. Pretty standard juggy climbing up to ledge, through mini rooflet, then up face crack above.

FA: Col Smithies, 1988

7 Trad 20m
12 Cold Girl

Marked 'CG'. Similar climbing to Cee Gee Also, but slightly harder.

FA: Steve Bell,Dave Kahler

8 Trad 20m
13 Air Line

Marked 'AL'. Good easy crack climbing up a nice groove.

FA: Col Smithies,Betty Margetts, 1980

12 Trad 20m
14 Fine Line

Marked 'FL'. Up the crack right of ledge with tree on it.

FA: Col Smithies,Betty Margetts, 1989

11 Trad 20m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
15 Denim

Climb the pillar left of 'Fine Line' and continue on up. Good gear, however the pillar is not attached to the rest of the cliff by much and has reportedly been seen moving while being climbed.

FA: Peter Leeson,Col Smithies, 1989

12 Trad 20m
16 * Angie Too

Marked 'AT'. Pillar to sinuous thin crack, then past vegetation to steep juggy top.

FA: Col Smithies,Malcolm Argent, 1985

10 Trad 20m
17 A

Marked 'A'. Up the crack then thrutch up the black squeeze chimney to finish. Removes plenty of knee skin!

FA: Unknown

13 Trad 20m
18 Funky Bass Line

Up between A and 'Ballsup' onto vegetated ledge. Mantle up and place high runner in A's crack, then fire directly up the shallow open-book corner with technical protection to finish up wide crack. Yes, it's contrived down low.

FA: Lee Cujes,Menno Smits, 1999

16 Trad 20m
19 Ballsup

Marked 'B'. Climb up the R side of the pillar with poor pro to start, then R up the juggy face crack. Crux is poorly protected.

FA: Dave Kahler,Steve Bell

11 Trad 20m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
20 Bee Line

Start as for 'Ballsup', then bridge up the shallow chimney on the L using many big jugs.

FA: Col Smithis,Betty Margetts, 1990

7 Trad 20m
21 Next In Line

Marked 'NL'. A reasonable line which lacks the bomber pro of some of the other climbs.

FA: Betty Margetts,Col Smithies, 1990

7 Trad 20m
22 Centre Line

Marked 'CL'. Enjoyable but under-protected climbing. Take large cams.

FA: Betty Margetts,Col Smithies, 1990

9 Trad 20m
23 Plumb Line

Marked 'PL'. Another good lead for beginners. Up nice groove with adequate pro.

FA: Betty Margetts,Col Smithies, 1990

8 Trad 20m
24 Left Right Out

Marked 'LRO'. Trend up and to the left onto a very juggy white wall. Climb this to top with good pro. This climb has some of the biggest holds in South-East Queensland!

FA: Joy,Rhys Davies,Joy Davies,Tully Davies,Skye Davies, 1990

5 Trad 23m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
5 Alchemist Trad 60m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Left Right Out Trad 23m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
6 Keyhole Trad 44m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
7 Bee Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Cee Gee Also Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Next In Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
8 Cold Girl Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Plumb Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Walk The Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
9 Centre Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Side Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
10 * Angie Too Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Main Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Razor Sedge Trad 10m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
11 Ballsup Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Fine Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
12 Sticky Fingers Trad 18m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Air Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Denim Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
13 Angie Trad 18m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
* Deep Purple Trad 25m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
The Chossmaster Trad 78m 4 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
A Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Dishonour Before Death Trad 10m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
14 Leaning Tower Trad 27m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Ultra Violet Catastrophe Trad 23m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
15 * Bridge Over Troubled Waters Trad 42m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Feeling Groovy Trad 40m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Feeling Groovy VF Trad 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Gyroscope Trad 45m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
*** Icehouse Trad 45m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Rubber Soul Trad 45m 2 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Tree Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
16 ** CUFA Trad 40m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Carmen Revisited Trad 42m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Classical Gas Trad 27m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Hex Heaven Trad 50m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Stand To Trad 40m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
The Revenge of Chossmaster Trad 15m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Toccata and Fugue in D minor Trad 20m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
* Tower Of Power Trad 20m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Funky Bass Line Trad 20m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
Silver Lining Trad 15m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
17 Bourgeois Bullshitter Trad 30m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Cantankerous Cantelope Trad 35m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Carpe Jugular Trad 45m 2 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
** Ensorcelled Trad 45m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Fallen Knight Trad 25m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Gone Cruisin' Trad 30m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Heartache Trad 38m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
** Pocket Full Of Kryptonite Sport 12m, 5 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Previous Commitment Trad 42m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Stop The Bus Trad 25m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Flatliner Trad 15m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
18 Bloodsucker Trad 45m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Marathon Trad 45m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
Not Recommended For Children Trad 35m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
** Visions Of A Transmitter Trad 45m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
*** Visions Of A Transmitter DF Trad 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
18 R * Hard Core Trad 15m 1.2. Nursery Cliff
19 Baby Driver Trad 25m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
20 ** Six Sided Hell Trad 45m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
21 Speed King Trad 45m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
* Witch Hunt Trad 15m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
22 Strawberry Fields Trad 25m 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
24 ** Feargrounds For Insanity Mixed 20m, 5 1.1. The Upper Main Cliff
1983 Let's roll Unknown 2m 2, 2 1.2. Nursery Cliff