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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Slider Wall
10 The Fires of Jealousy

Pleasant climbing up good rock.

Start: Start: Back down 5m L from BB amongst trees at fallen log. First climb on LH wall of the 'Slider' gully.

FA: Gareth Llewellin, 2006

Sport 25m
17 Blowing Bubbles

Up past FH then move L onto small ledge (FH). Pass two more FH's and up to anchor up R (shared with MM).

Start: Start: At base of gully below rounded arête.

FA: Scott Lawrence & Gary Meyrick, 1999

Sport 15m
27 You win some you lose some

Aspiring repeat ascentionists are asked to not stand on the major crux hold once getting above it as it may snap off and render the route impossible.

FA: Russell Bright & Peta Barrett, 2007

Sport 15m, 4
23 Monkey Magic

Start a couple of meters right of YWSYLS. Crimpy climbing. Seeps longer than most climbs here after heavy rain.

FA: Scott Lawrence, Gareth Llewellin & Gary Meyrick, 1999

Sport 10m, 4
23 Magictrip

A link-up, linking the first 3 bolts of Monkey Magic before heading right and finishing up Tripitaka.

FA: ross ferguson, 2007

Sport 20m, 7
23 Tripitaka

More sustained thinness. Five FH's to anchor (shared with P).

Start: Off the platform just up and R from the start of MM.

Sport 14m
21 Pigsy

Stickclip recommended. Four FH's to anchor (shared with T). Optional small wires between second and third bolts.

Start: 3m right of 'Tripitaka'

Sport 12m, 4
23 The Minx And The Slug

Reversy-traversy.

Start at 'Something about Sandy' and traverse across Pigsy, Tripitaka and 'Monkey Magic' before finishing at the chains of 'Blowing Bubbles'

FA: ross ferguson & Geoffrey, 2007

Sport 12m
19 Something About Sandy

Start 3m R of 'Pigsy'.

Bit of a one move wonder. Better than it looks. 5 FHs to anchor.

Sport 13m, 5
16 The Horse

Start 3m R of 'Something About Sandy'.

Was a dodgy trad climb, now retrobolted with 4 FHs and a DBB.

Sport 12m, 4
24 Monster Master (link up)

A link up.

Start up SANM for 3 bolts beforing heading right across TMMM and into EMCBP, and finally finishing up last two bolts of TVM.

Sport 20m
15 Such A Nice Monster

Great! Five FH's up corner-like feature. Shares an anchor with TMMM.

Start: A further 10m up the gully.

Sport 15m
21 The Most Monstrous Monster

... of a Jug. So big in fact that it'll be full of water after rain! Enjoy the shower.

Sport 13m, 4
24 Even Monsters Can Be People

A hold has "Appeared" at the crux making in much easier.

Shares the same 2 first bolts as TMMM then continues up and right. One obvious crimpy crux then eases off substantially.

FA: ross ferguson, 2005

Sport 14m, 7
24 The Vampire Master

Four FHs to chains. Some long and powerful moves on good holds.

Start: R of TMMM

Sport 10m
Project (closed)

Start just to the right of 'The Vampire Master', closed for now, please stay off.

Set by Tom Kjaer-Olsen, 20 Nov 2016

SportProject 9m, 3
21 A Shadow So Huge

Definitely stickclip first FH to avoid an ugly fall as you strain your tendons on the first moves. Hang on then it's all over. Cruise jugs past second FH. Finish up OC's last FH and chain.

Start: Left of OC

FA: ross ferguson & Geoffrey, 2007

Sport 8m, 3
22 Outrageous Coincidences

One of the shortest routes around. Three FH's to anchor.

Start: Just before a flat wall impedes progress up the gully

Sport 8m, 3
22 Procrastinator

A bit of a one move wonder which eases in the upper half. Avoid the big blocks out L at about half height. Arapliesean.

Start: The L-most route on Upper 'Slider' wall.

Sport 17m
22 Procrastislider

Start up Procastinator, head right and join into Slider via an additional traverse bolt.

FA: Lee Cujes & Glenn, 2007

Sport 16m
23 Procrastisquealer
Sport
24 Procrastihowler

A link up

FA: Lee Cujes, 2005

Sport 20m
26 Procrastiwailer

A big diagonal link up

FA: Lee Cujes, 2005

Sport 23m
27 Vigorous Procrastination

FA: Adam Palmer, 2007

Sport
28 The Forty Metre Mile

20 clip super link-up.

FA: Duncan Steel & Lee Cujes, 2006

Sport 38m
28 The Expedition

Start as for the 40meter mile but accross Dr Pinocho and finish up The Overseer

Sport 40m, 24
29 Pandora

As for The Expedition, but finish up Overseer RHV. Adds a resistance crux thats a heart breaker..

FFA: Tom O'Halloran, 2009

Sport 42m, 25
29 Departures

Yes its a linkup. procrastorslider to sliders 2nd last bolt. Accross the wall to the deadpoint (2nd last bolt) of Howler, then right to the last bolt of Wailer and finish accross to Dr P and The Overseer RHV (as for Pandora). Superduperpooperpumper!!!

FA: ross ferguson & Russ Bright, 21 Oct 2011

FFA: Tom O'Haloran, 25 Oct 2011

Sport 42m, 25
22 Slider

Gently overhung sport climbing past seven FH's to an exciting conclusion which often sees pumped leaders take to the air.

Start: 3m R of 'Procrastinator' (before rock slab starts rising R-wards).

FA: Gareth Llewellin & Adam Donoghue, 13 Aug 2008

Sport 16m, 7
18 Swinger

A link up.

Start: Below 'Squealer' with some cams in a horizontal.

Sport 19m
23 Squealer

A direct start added to the great original finish of 'Squealer' makes this an awesome undertaking. Six FH's straight up to lower-off, an optional medium sized SLCD can be placed in the low horizontal if getting to the first bolt bothers you. (Originally, Sqealer traversed in from Howler).

Start: From the first raised platform.

FA: Gareth Llewellin, 2005

Sport 18m, 6
23 Squealer (pre 2005)

FA: Gareth Llewellin, 2005

Sport 21m
25 Madder

Fantastic, absorbing wall climbing with a punchy finish. This could now be the best single pitch sport route in the Glasshouses.

A hold has broken off in 2016 making it slightly more challenging.

Start: Just R of 'Squealer'

FA: Gareth Llewellin, 2005

Sport 15m, 5
25 Howler VF

Start Howler and join Madder for its last bolt.

FA: Gareth Llewellin, 1999

Sport 16m
24 Howler

Superb moves on mostly big, flat holds. Five FH's with a late crux to rap station. Gareth's done it cleanly up, down, weighed down, in slow motion, and with bare feet. Seriously.

Start: Just R of 'Madder'

FA: Gareth Llewellin, 1999

Sport 16m, 5
25 Wowler

Linkup, start up Wailer and head left after the second last bolt, finishing up Howler clipping its last bolt.

FA: Gareth Llewellin, 2004

Sport 18m, 5
25 Wailer

Up past another four bolts to finish on the R-hand end of the 'Howler' ledge (shares H's anchor). Start: Start as for 'Howler'. Now has it's own first bolt for days when it's busy.

Sport 18m, 5
27 Hybrid Vigour

What do you get when you stack a 25 on top of a 25?

Climb up Wailer to it's final bolt, traverse right and join into 'The Final Piece'. Classic pumper.

FA: Gareth Llewellin, 2005

Sport 24m
27 Pinocchio's Extension

As for 'Hybrid Vigour', but continue traversing to 'Doctor Pinocchio' and finish up that.

Sport 28m
27 Chain Reaction

As for 'Pinocchio's Extension' but when you near the top of 'Doctor Pinocchio' keep heading right to Overseer.

FA: ross ferguson, 20 Dec 2008

Sport 30m
25 The Final Piece

Two bolts up the corner to ledge. Step across the void onto the wall, and up past four bolts to lower-off. Take a #1 SLCD for top. A couple of bouldery moves in a breezy position!

Start: At the big corner R of 'Wailer'.

FA: Gareth Llewellin, 2005

Sport 17m, 6
25 Geppetto

Climb The Final Piece into Overseer.

FA: ross ferguson, 16 Nov 2008

Sport 30m
24 Doctor Pinocchio

Climb up the gully at the right hand end and follow up The Final Piece to its 5th bolt. From here step right and then follow a further 4 fixed hangers up before joining back at TFP's anchor.

FA: Russell Bright & ross ferguson, 11 Jun 2008

Sport 20m
21 Overseer

Long and pumpy climbing with great views.

Start: At the big corner R of 'Wailer'.

Sport 27m, 11
24 Overseer RHV

FA: ross ferguson, Feb 2009

Sport 30m
22 What Monkey Calls The Dog-Woman

Ridiculously short but good. 3 bolts.

Start: 5m L of the tree

Sport 8m, 3
19 Bite My Shiny, Metal Ass

The furthest left route on the small cliff. Pleasant climbing straight up.

FA: Ryan Castel, 2014

Sport 18m
20 Branigan's Law

Ringbolt then 4 FH's. Stick clip first, tricky moves off deck to rest, then cunning fingerlock to reach slopers over bulge. Easy to top. Lower off.

FA: Ryan Castel & Natalie, 2005

Sport 15m, 5
21 The Robot Devil

Two close together first bolts, then fun, tricky moves off sidepulls to top.

Start: R of Brannigan's Law

FA: Natalie's project; Ryan Castel

FA: Ryan Castel, 2005

Sport 15m
Porcelain Wall
23 Prairie Doggin

FA: Lee Cujes & Duncan Steel, 2007

Sport 12m, 4
24 Dumptruck

FA: Craig Pohlman & Marcus O'Mara, 2006

Sport 12m, 6
22 Ripple

FA: Marcus O'Mara & Phil Box, 2007

Sport 23m, 7
18 Rattle

FA: Marcus O'Mara & Craig Pohlman, 2007

Sport 25m
Celestial Wall
15 Troposphere p1

Start about 30 metres to the west of the climbers access track. Look for high fixed hanger on very easy terrain. First pitch is very easy, a little wandery over ledgey terrain.

FA: Phil Box, 2007

FA: Phil Box, 2007

FFA: Phil Box, 2007

Sport 30m
17 Troposphere p2

Starts to get a bit steeper now with a lovely bit of ramp to make you think. The blocks before the corner system may be a bit disconcerting for some. Just head across these gingerly and pull into the awesome orange corner.

FFA: Phil Box, 2007

Sport 15m
18 Troposphere p3

This is a brilliant corner with a bit of a sting at the crux {naturally}. Check out the biggest bucket in the world as you pull back left when you get higher on the pitch.

FFA: Phil box, 2007

FA: Phil Box, 2007

Sport 15m
15 Troposphere p4

Pretty much straight up from the anchors then trend right and on to a large vegetated ledge.

FFA: Phil Box, 2007

Sport 25m
16 Troposphere p5

Head right from the belay and step around the large gendarme with the two bolts on it. The step across the void after the gendarme is breathtaking. Route joins the top of Voyager shortly after this. Head on up to the halfway House terrace ledge for more sport goodness.

Descent: Abseiling back the way you came is not recommended and has resulted in numerous stuck ropes. It is recommended you head up to Halfway House, follow the fixed ropes up and left from the anchor. Once at Halfway house head right and abseil down Clemency. The top anchors for Clemency are beneath the tree with the fixed rope.

Please note that there is a fixed rope heading down and right from the anchor of Troposhpere, this does NOT lead to an anchor that you should abseil from.

FFA: Phil Box, 2007

Sport 30m
18 C Section

Move up one or two bolts and move to the L into a rising traverse L and then up to move R to the station at top of pitch 3 of 'Troposphere'. Some interesting and spicy moves but rope drag may be an issue as the route moves through a very large arc, hence the name.

Start: At the top of pitch 1 of 'Troposphere'

FA: Phil Box & JJ O'Brien, 2007

Sport 25m
19 Rescision

Step L using delicate moves up to giant jug, trend L for a couple of moves and then up to join 'C Section'. Very fun; wish it was a whole route using similar moves as the start.

Start: At the belay at top of pitch 2 'Troposphere'.

FA: Phil Box, 2007

Sport 15m
14 Heliosphere

Up the slab passing about ten FH's to rap station. For the descent, a doubled 60m rope will get you to a ramp where you can scramble off (care!).

Start: About 25m L of Aphelion's first pitch, just L of the juncture of the east and south faces. Marked with a white square.

FA: Phil Box, 2004

Sport 35m
24 Zenith

Steeply up orange rock past four FH's to bivi ledge. Up ramp, leaning out to clip two FH's before committing to the wall proper. Increasingly pumpy moves past the final two bolts sets up an interesting exit.

Start: At the top of 'Heliosphere', but scramble carefully (roped) up L to ledge to bolted belay station.

FA: Lee Cujes & Phil Box, 2004

Sport 25m, 8
22 Vernal Equinox

The line of 11 FH's directly above the belay. Probably the lowest quality route here due to the amount of ledges, but worth doing if you've done the other routes here. One tricky boulder problem constitutes the crux. A doubled 60m rope gets you back on the ledge from the lower off.

Start: At the top of 'Heliosphere'.

FA: Phil Box Lee Skidmore, 2004

Sport 28m
22 Latitudes

A long, exciting pitch, and probably a bit stiff for 21, but we don't want to have every route graded 22.

Start: At the top of 'Heliosphere'.

FA: Lee Cujes

Sport 35m
16 Aphelion p1 / Voyager p1

Great climbing in a superb position.

Start: 6m L below apex of overhanging orange wall, at the small rock cairn. Marked 'A'.

  1. 35m (16) At rock cairn climb straight up until first FH becomes visible. Nine FH's up to rap station below steep wall on L.

  2. 12m (21) Climb R past two close FH's. Then straight up past a third FH to rap station on big choss ledge.

  3. 30m (22) Straight up orange corner and face above. At ninth FH step R and up to rap station on sloping ramp. This is the standout pitch of 'Celestial Wall'.

  4. 10m (22) Short and a bit awkward. Mount bulge from L. At ledge on top, rap anchor is on L. A fixed rope leads up and R onto 'Halfway House' terrace.

FA: Phil Box & Cameron Fairbairn, 2004

Sport 35m
22 Voyager p2
Sport 12m
23 Voyager p3

All pro is fixed hangers. Max number of draws needed is ten.

  1. 35m (16) First pitch as for 'Aphelion'.

  2. 12m (21) From the belay, take the overhung line leading up L. Powerful.

  3. 18m (23) Enjoy the moves leading up the superb slab to roof. Having a long reach will knock the roof down to about 21 for you, otherwise it\'s a tricky little bouldering sequence.

  4. 30m (17) Last pitch ends at top of fixed rope traverse. Walk up and then R to 'Halfway House' terrace, or descend rope traverse to top of 'Aphelion' and rap with two 60 metre ropes.

FA: Cameron Fairbairn & Phil Box, 2004

FA: Cam Fairbairn & Phil Box, 2004

Sport 18m
17 Voyager p4
Sport 30m
21 Aphelion p2

FFA: cameron fairbairn

FA: Cameron Fairbairn & Phil Box

Sport 12m
22 Aphelion p3

FA: Cameron Fairbairn & Phil Box, 2004

Sport 30m
22 Aphelion p4 / Rubicon p3

Head straight up from the anchors to the slightly overhung short wall to gain the anchors at the flat top. Can exit to Halfway House Terrace from the top easily then rap over Clemency (recommended as rapping from the top of Aphelion has seen a few epics with stuck ropes).

FFA: Phil Box & Cameron Fairbairn

Sport 10m
18 Rubicon p1

Start: 10m R of Aphelion, below first FH. Marked 'R'.

  1. 45m (18) 12 FH's. This long and varied pitch features interesting black slab climbing before steepening into a lovely sculpted orange corner. Belay at rap station on R.

  2. 30m (22) Nine FH's lead up some bulgy, wacky territory to exposed, blocky arête which bounds the R side of 'Celestial Wall'. Finish at rap station as for p3 of 'Aphelion'. Rap off here, or..

  3. 10m (22) As for fourth pitch of 'Aphelion' onto 'Halfway House' ledge.

FA: Lee Cujes & Phil Box, 2004

FA: Lee Skidmore & Phil Box, 2004

Sport 45m
22 Rubicon p2

FA: Lee Cujes & Phil Box

Sport 30m
Clemency Wall
23 Sent From Above

Start on the flat vegetated ledge 5m left of the rap rings at the base of Clemency's third pitch corner. Access from there, or rap in from Halfway House. To rap in, set a trad anchor in the crack 3m left of the start of The Court Jester and abseil down the vegetation chute and chimney-corner below. You'll abseil over the route and onto the ledge at about 40m. Setting a trad anchor is possible on the ledge. Four FH's with one bouldery section to rap station. To get back to Halfway House, jug up the abseil rope, or climb out (trad) on the next route.

FA: Lee Cujes & Erik Smits, 2006

Sport 12m
27 The Simon Vos Memorial

Climbs the brightest patch of orange rock on Tibrogargan - pretty appropriate really. Up Caritas for two bolts, then step left onto the intimidating orange wall. Up through the bulge via powerful sidepulling to ledge. Re-join Caritas to finish. Pre-place a long quickdraw on the first bolt on the bulge.

FA: Lee Cujes, Erik Smits & Rob Saunders, 2006

Sport 18m
22 Caritas

This is the landmark orange corner just right of Clemency's third pitch black corner, and visible from miles away. The easiest access is to either climb up to it via The Twisticle Connection, or rap in from the main rap tree on Halfway House down onto the ledge with rap station beneath base of corner (leave rap rope in place). Superb climbing. A short wall, then the amazing corner and pumpy headwall above. Seven FH's. Either lower from the rap station, or belay up your second then scramble (roped) up onto Halfway House.

FA: Lee Cujes & Phil Box, 2004

Sport 18m
Halfway House
19 Rocketsauce

Up past a couple of FH's to rooflet. Interesting moves pulling R around this. Join TD to finish.

Start: Start: A couple of metres R beneath bolted corner.

FFA: Lee Cujes, 2007

Sport 12m, 6
19 Tenacious D

Up the steep little corner passing FH's to a ledge. Step R to clip bolt on bulge, then up to clip rap station on R. A nice moderate sport route for 'Halfway House'.

Start: Start: 1m R on the fallen block beneath the bolted corner.

FA: Lee Cujes, 2007

Sport 12m
23 Gut Punch The Buddha

Start: At the landmark roof. The R side of the roof sports some protruding blocks. Crank through on these and blast the corner above past four FH's to Jester?s rap station on ledge.

FFA: Lee Cujes & Phil Box, 2003

Sport 12m
23 Maponus p2
Sport 25m
25 Dagda

Climb Maponus' first pitch and then directly up past three FH's to rap station.

NOTE: Mallions on anchors a very rusty and need replacing (Dec 2017).

FA: Cameron Fairbairn, 2003

Sport 25m
24 Voluptuous

Start: 1.5m R of Maponus at smooth orange streak. A high pull-on jug (FH), then perfect finger slots lead to the second of five FH’s. A devious crux and continuous sidepulling will have you feeling really happy to pull on to the finishing ledge (rap station). A deliciously curvy conquest on sublime, marble-like rock. Originally done with three FH's - has proved more popular now with five.

FFA: Lee Cujes & Phil Box, 2003

Sport 11m
23 Bargearse

Start: 1m R of Voluptuous, just L of the small banksia tree. Pull on (stickclip if you wish) and start heading R to a massive hold. Scoff some doughnuts then clip a FH. Head up and join ERG for its third and fourth bolt. Follow the jug rail all the way R to another FH and have a tasty bacon and egg burger. Traverse R 2m and clip the last two bolts of HB. Finish off with a cheesecake.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin & Ross Ferguson, 7 Oct 2009

Sport 15m
24 The Elite Republican Guard

Start: 7m R at the end of the vegetated section of ledge. Superb sequences. The L-trending line of five FH’s featuring sustained sideways slopers. Feels much longer than it is. Now has its own dedicated rap station.

FFA: Phil Box & Lee Cujes

Sport 15m
20 Hungry Beast

A quality moderate sport route featuring mostly big holds but also harbouring a technical crux. After the first bolt (shared with Elite Rebuplican Guard) head slightly R and roughly follow the line between orange and grey rock (five more FH's) to lower-off. Steeper than it looks.

FFA: G.Llewellin R.Ferguson A.Jones, 3 Oct 2009

Sport 15m
25 Love, Honour and Belay

Start: 4m R of Hungry Beast at bolt on rope traverse. Up orange stone to rooflet and wonder jug. Turn the roof (crux) to huge undercling flake, then final headwall. Six FH's.

FFA: Lee Cujes & Sam Cujes, 18 Oct 2009

Sport 16m, 6
22 I Am No Ordinary Top Bunk Cock Pounder Because Jesus Loves Me

The bolted orange corner.

FA: Pat Daly, 2004

Sport 30m
25 Switch Blade Honey

Start: At the far right of the fixed rope. Joins Pat's route after four bolts after the steep part of the wall. Good climbing, and a bit tricky to read.

FFA: Cameron Fairbairn

Sport 30m
26 Pigs In Space

Diabolical looking moves off the starting ledge. 8 or 9 bolts? Anchors on a small ledge in a corner.

FFA: Cameron Fairbairn

Sport 30m
27 DV8

DVous! Start up Black Op's clipping its first bolt, then head up L on impossible holds, before a traverse back R makes things even more interesting. 8 bolts. Also finishes same as for SW.

FFA: Cameron Fairbairn, 2003

Sport 30m
24 Black Op's

Up past a few FH's into corner until you can pull L onto wall. Up this great wall past more FH's to a rest stance. Easier ground past a few more FH's, then the anchor is up R (same as SW).

FFA: Cameron Fairbairn

Sport 30m
24 Storm Watch

Start beneath the corner - it's the final bolted line. The bouldery crux move from big sloping edges will try hard to spit you off - be warned! 30m to ledge on rap.

FFA: Cameron Fairbairn

Sport 30m
Carborundum Wall
16 - 21 Phoenix

Rising out of the ashes of the 2014 tibro fires.

  1. 25m (17) 5FHs: From start of CC, move up and R to first FH, then blocky highsteps past 3 FH's to old rap chain on ledge, then continue up and R past 1 FH to DBB.

  2. 25m (16) 7FHs: Nice moves keeping L of the FHs all the way to the big belay ledge and DBB. Sustained and enjoyable climbing.

  3. 20m (21) 8FHs. Up slabby climbing past 3FHs to good rest before powering up the steep crux section. Use your legs and don't rip off the crucial hold made of ash.

Set by Zac Trembath-Pitham & Nigel Joyce, 21 Dec 2013

FA: Nigel Joyce & Zac Trembath-pitham, 23 Feb 2014

FFA: Zac Trembath-Pitham & Nigel Joyce, 11 May 2014

Sport 70m, 3, 21
20 Banished For Infidelity

3m L of Remains Of The Day.

1] 30m (18) Trends ever so slightly left. Awkward and a wee bit exciting. Can be climbed as a single pitch by lowering off the anchors of First Contact, or otherwise scamper quickly up easy ground to single ring and double ring anchor at the belay.

2] 30m (17) Trends quite a way towards the left, avoid the ancient relic carrot and hanger at about half height. Mind the choss before the belay.

3] 20m (21) Up through some bad rock to small roof, left and up with balance and strong manoeuvres to once again encounter easier ground above the bulge.

4a] 35m (17) Wander right of the belay, then above the lip of the cave, up steep gully and skirt under overhang and continue up using a couple of chimney moves or brave the face out to the right. Up slab to step left onto stoney ledge, up through the shrubbery to belay on right hand end of bushy ledge. This pitch is very wandery and should not be rapped by following the hangers.

4b] 28m (24) From belay, head up and left along ledge with thin holds. A few powerful moves to get over the lip. Above the lip, wander to the right above the belay. Continue wandering right up through the shrubbery to belay on right hand end of bushy ledge.

5] 25m (16) Up from belay avoiding the 'less than inspiring rock'. Move across left to gain easier ground around a gentle corner.

6] 25m (14) Up and gingerly step left across gap continuing up and then right avoiding the hanging blocks, very easy ground to the top of the ridge, look for the Airtime rap and belay hangers over on the left, they are on vertical rock under an overhang. Don't climb any higher as rap becomes problematic from here. You would also need trad gear to continue to the top on the top pitch of Airtime.

Ten sport draws are sufficient however two additional long or extending draws would help to smooth out rope drag in places. Phil Box, Jay McGechan, Steve Peckman 2011. 4b) Glen, Jay McGechan 2012

Rap using one of the options:

A Down Airtime Over Pumicestone 2x 60m ropes required. Straight down the bushy gully for about 40m. Then small belay ledge on left. Straight abseil to hanging belay under a tiny overhang on right. Then rap to ground.

B Rap back down route. From Airtime anchors rap by walking backwards along tip toe ridge and trend to the right (looking back up the ridge) to then rap down to the bushy ledge anchors at the top of 4th pitch. Rap from the top of the 4th pitch by moving to the left i.e. not down the way you came up, you can rap to the 3rd pitch belay on an almost straight drop with an easy pull by doing it this way. From the top of the 3rd pitch rap to the top of the second pitch, you'll have to rap past the rap anchors due to the overhanging nature of the terrain, climb about 2 metres back up to the belay. You can either rap to ground via an intermediate rap chain half way directly down or rap back via the route to the top of the 1st pitch and then to ground. It's a bit of an epic getting back down due to the geology and geography of the terrain. You should only need one 60 metre rope for climbing and rap if you follow instructions.

FFA: 22 Dec 2011

FA: Phil Box, Jay MacGechan & Steve Kloske., 22 Dec 2011

Sport 170m, 6
20 First Contact

5m L of Banished For Infidelity and first route with black hangers. 7 FHs, lower-off.

Sport 20m, 7
20 Into Darkness

2m L of FC. Shiny silver FH's, finishing at the slightly lower, visible anchor.

FA: John J O'Brien & Lee Cujes, 9 Feb 2013

Sport 18m, 7
18 Insurrection

4m L of FC. The obvious arcing line up the marbled white rock in the middle of the wall.

Sport 25m, 7
21 Insurrection VS

4m downhill of Insurrection. Stickclip. Up past three FHs to join original. Perhaps a bit harder?

Sport 28m, 8
20 Nine Month Sojourn

4m L of Insurrection VS. Thuggy off the ground. Straight up and through the overlaps. Slightly L, slightly R. 8 FHs, lower-off. Harder than LOAJP.

Sport 25m, 8
20 Leaving On A Jet Plane

3m L of NMS, starting up on little platform. Stickclip. Tricky little start, then smooth sailing through mini roof and up blocky wall. 8 FHs, lower-off.

Sport 25m, 8

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