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Table of contents
Long/Lat: 138.619044, -31.616273
- Access Issues: inherited from Moonarie
|4||Cellulase Right Variant||15||20m|
|6||The Scarlet Pimpernell||21||320m,|
A very aesthetic line, although threatened by the nearby bolts of The Scarlet Pimpernell.
Start in short R facing corner, make a strenous move up to the major horizontal at the roof, move left and then up the beautiful crack. The original route finished up Ajax but there are now abseil chains above the first pitch (20m to ground.)
|10||Live at the Wireless||20||45m|
FA: Paul Badenoch, Des Norman, 2001
Layback and Think of Frank
FA: Steve Kelly; Rob Baker
Ultra Mega Mega Man
FA: Rob Baker
|8||Blue Finger||50m||1. Southern Crags|
|Lignase||60m||1. Southern Crags|
|Mutation||72m||1. Southern Crags|
|9||Aardvark's Heap||60m||1. Southern Crags|
|Hair||75m||1. Southern Crags|
|Mutation RHF||15m||1. Southern Crags|
|12||Cellulase||20m||1. Southern Crags|
|15||Buckaroo||20m||1. Southern Crags|
|Cellulase Right Variant||20m||1. Southern Crags|
|16||Crack Up||238m||1. Southern Crags|
|Moriarty's Revenge||28m||1. Southern Crags|
|18||Calcutta||40m||1. Southern Crags|
|Madam Butterfly||20m||1. Southern Crags|
|Bold Arete||10m||1.1. Ultra Mega Mega Block|
|19||Ajax||57m||1. Southern Crags|
|Layback and Think of Frank||1. Southern Crags|
|20||Live at the Wireless||45m||1. Southern Crags|
|21||The Scarlet Pimpernell||320m,||1. Southern Crags|
|23||Madam Lash||20m||1.1. Ultra Mega Mega Block|
|25||Bloodsport||20m||1.1. Ultra Mega Mega Block|
|Ultra Mega Mega Man||20m||1.1. Ultra Mega Mega Block|