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Table of contents

1. Loose Rock - Candy Outcrop 5 routes in Crag

Summary:
All Trad
Access Issues: inherited from Victoria Range

The Victoria Range was badly burnt in the fires of February 2013 but all areas are now open to climbing (Feb 2014). However there are access changes to the cliffs in the Eureka area.

Approach:© (kieranl)

Walk up past Cub Wall to a small triple buttress higher on the spur. Some of the routes are initialled.

GR 122801

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Peanut Brittle

The crack at the right-hand end of the left-hand buttress, to the right of the cave at 17 metres.

  1. 20m (17) Climb the crack through teh overhang then easily up to belay.

  2. 15m (-) Walk back to the chimney, climb this and the wall above.

FA: Warwick Wright, Stuart Willis, 1991

17Trad 35m 2
2 Violet Crumble

The obvious crack splitting the middle buttress with an undercut start.

FA: Warwick Wright, Stuart Willis, 1991

16Trad 35m
3 Licorice Allsorts

Corner to the roof, go left for 3 metres then straight up the wall.

Start: Start at the corner-crack below the roof at the left end of the right buttress.

FA: Warwick Wright, Stuart Willis, 1991

12Trad 15m
4 Turkish Delight

Climb the face 4 metres left of "Licorice Allsorts" and tend left to the corner above the roof of "Licorice Allsorts".

FA: Warwick Wright, Stuart Willis, 1991

13Trad 30m
5 Flake Shake

Climb the corner until able to bridge through the hole.

Start: Start under the boulder right of "Violet Crumble"

FA: Rohan Moore, Colin, McKennesken, 1991

14Trad 10m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
12 Licorice Allsorts Trad 15m
13 Turkish Delight Trad 30m
14 Flake Shake Trad 10m
16 Violet Crumble Trad 35m
17 Peanut Brittle Trad 35m 2