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Long/Lat: 138.620497, -31.611101
- Access Issues: inherited from Moonarie
- Descent Notes:©
Some routes finish at chains. Otherwise you have a few options. For routes on the left, walk south and down the southern descent gully. For routes on the right, walk right and abseil down the Great Wall (2 pitch abseil.)
Alternatively you can abseil down hangover layback but beware the chains are right on the edge (perhaps you should rope up?) and the next chains are awkwardly placed on an edge also. Top abseil pitch 30m. Bottom pitch 45m.
The incredible diagonal rib on the steep orange Guru Wall.
FA: Steve Pollard
|2||Two faced Guru||27||25m|
|3||Fists and Toys||25||30m|
|5||Final Call||23 M0||27m|
A Moonarie mega classic, the 3 pitches are all exciting and all very different. Start in corner at left end of overhang at right side of large mossy slab.
The rap chains at the top are awkward to access from above (consider roping up.) From here it is a 30m abseil to the large ledge, then 50m to the ground (second abseil is in an awkward position.)
|13||Pride of Cucamunga||18||90m|
|18||Too Late to Stop Now||19||60m|
Climb the rib of Attunga to the tree, then follow the obvious line up the middle of the wall. At 35m the crack trends left to chains. Take either double ropes or at least a 70m single for the abseil.
FA: Rob Baker, Seth debolt
|25||The Second Melancholy||18||10m|
This mega crack was done on the very first climbing trip to Moonarie! Some big cams will be handy. Would be worth an extra star if it was further from Yanama. Scramble up to the ledge to start below the Yanama corner.
Red Seam Project
The bolted seam R of Melodrama and L of Be There or Be Square, to chains.
|33||Be There or Be Square||23||50m|
The guide book for this climb suggest 'for small people only'. by small it means only suitable for anorexic midgets. My partener (who is small) tried leading it and could not get past the squeeze chimney on 2nd pitch. Unless you are built like a 8yo gymnast I suggest you give it a miss
You could make this route more sustained by stepping left at the big horizontal to finish up Metal Storm.
FA: rob baker
|39||What the Fuck is Tamagotchi?||17||55m|
|What the Fuck is Tamagotchi?||55m|
|18||Pride of Cucamunga||90m|
|The Second Melancholy||10m|
|Too Late to Stop Now||60m|
|23||Be There or Be Square||50m|
|23 M0||Final Call||27m|
|Fists and Toys||30m|
|Two faced Guru||25m|
|?||Red Seam Project||730m,|