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Long/Lat: 138.620090, -31.610119
Home of many of Moonarie's most famous lines.
- Access Issues: inherited from Moonarie
Scramble up a corner below the wall at about grade 12. There is a rope stored beneath the boulder on your right which you can fix for the duration of your trip but please return it under the boulder at the conclusion of your trip. This is to preserve the life of the rope and maintain the wilderness ethic of the area.
- Descent Notes:©
40m abseil from chains in the middle of the wall. New chains were installed in 2015 by the CCSA - they are set back from the edge in a much safer and more convenient position. From the base of the wall it's a 15m abseil back to the ground.
|1||I Don't Know||16||30m|
|2||Mouse that Roared||10||57m|
|3||Rats Tooth Start||22||20m|
|4||Late for Luch||18||60m|
|7||Three Centimetre Head||19||60m|
|10||Frequent Low Level Violence||17||10m|
|12||Bombarded by Blood||18||10m|
|13||Headaches all Round||20||10m|
|15||Ankles and Flys||17||10m|
An exposed outing in a spectacular position. Well protected. Start at the very left end of the wall beneath DOA.
A great finish to Outside Chance.
From the cave, move slighty R, stretch up to the 2nd horizontal and then move left to the arete proper. At the ledge, clamber into the scoop from its bottom R and exit at its top left.
|19||Downwind of Angels||19||55m|
Eat or Die
FA: Rob Baker, James Falconer
|22||Languish in Anguish||25||40m|
Twm Shon Katti
Flake between LA and RH
FA: James Falconer, Rob Baker
Hard not to step left at first bolt. Also hard to clip 2nd bolt.
|27||Against the Wind||23||45m|
|28||Just an Old Codger Doing the Best He Can||24||30m|
|29||Get out of your wheelchair and climb this you tool, But reality is its just a holywood farce||25||30m|
FA: Steve Pollard
|34||One Way Street||21||40m|
FA: Chester/Broadbent, 1979
|44||Jumbo's Last Chance||16||65m|
Body Free Fall
FA: Duncan Graham
Body Free Fall Direct Finish
FA: Duncan Graham
FA: James Falconer, Rob Baker, Benny Carrick, 2004
|50||Bowl Me Over||23||20m|
|52||Bounces Back for Extra Life||15||55m|
frocks and short shorts
FA: Rob Baker, James (do ron ron) falconer, 2004
|60||Lock and Key||24||50m|
|63||In Serious Lather||24||30m|
Begin at the crack between MC and SYI. Up, L, up, R to finish in the V-chimney.
FA: Paul Badenoch, Mark Witham, 2014
|68||Seven Year Itch||17||25m|