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Table of contents

1. The Powerlines 17 routes in Area

Mostly Unknown
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Smithereens 19 Unknown 20m
2 * Roger Ramjet

Wide and a bit awkward at two thirds height!

Start: Corner crack near left hand end of cliff.

FA: Ian Brown, Stuart Wilson, 1981

18 Trad 20m
3 * Killing With Kindness 22 Unknown 20m
4 The Perfect Storm

2m right of Killing Kindness. Tricky blocky corner and bulge to start, then wall and final finger crack. 5 bolts and small/medium trad gear. Belay off trees.

FA: Neil Monteith & Vanessa Wills, 2011

21 Mixed 18m, 5
5 Feeding Frenzy 19 Unknown 25m
6 ** Caught in the Act 21 Unknown 20m
7 * Cunning Stunts 20 Unknown 25m
8 * After Fashion 20 Unknown 28m
9 * The Deep End 20 Unknown 25m
10 Cockamamy Cracks 18 Unknown 25m
11 Double Fantasy 17 Unknown 36m
12 ** Empty-handed Heart 21 Unknown 35m
13 Drinkin' 19 Unknown 30m
14 Smokin' 18 Unknown 30m
15 Badlands 15 Unknown 20m
16 Fig Jam 16 Unknown 20m
17 * Sunbird 13 Unknown 20m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
13 * Sunbird Unknown 20m
15 Badlands Unknown 20m
16 Fig Jam Unknown 20m
17 Double Fantasy Unknown 36m
18 Cockamamy Cracks Unknown 25m
* Roger Ramjet Trad 20m
Smokin' Unknown 30m
19 Drinkin' Unknown 30m
Feeding Frenzy Unknown 25m
Smithereens Unknown 20m
20 * After Fashion Unknown 28m
* Cunning Stunts Unknown 25m
* The Deep End Unknown 25m
21 ** Caught in the Act Unknown 20m
** Empty-handed Heart Unknown 35m
The Perfect Storm Mixed 18m, 5
22 * Killing With Kindness Unknown 20m