|1|| Thrash Piggies
"The front of the little buttress at the very left of the cliff. The crux is getting through the blackberries." Rock Climbing Around Adelaide"
The unnattractive flaring groove left of Vug. "Rock Climbing Around Adelaide"
Up to a bushy ledge near the left end of the cliff then the corner on the right. "Rock Climbing Around Adelaide"
|4|| Mossy Edge
The steep arete left of 'Aries' gives way to ledge hopping.
Start: The vertical crack 1 metre right of the arete has an interesting first few moves.
|6|| Garden Wall
A tough start with some suss rock leads to a ledge below a short corner with a wide crack. Overcome this and another tricky corner to finish. Start: The centre of the wall between 'Aries' and do Not Drop.
|7|| Do Not Drop
The shallow left facing corner and the square cut corner above. "Rock Climbing Around Adelaide"
|8|| Handle With Care
Start: Climb the middle of the wall between 'Do Not Drop' and 'This Way Up' to reach a narrow projecting buttress. Finish up the front of this.
|9|| This Way Up
The easy corner and wide chimney
|10|| Export Quality
Start: The grooved arete left of 'Pedagogue' is gained directly.
(P) The curving left facing corner with a steep start. The most popular climb at this end of the crag. "Rock Climbing Around Adelaide"
|12|| Levee Breaks
The rock could break too. Up the overhanging right side of the arete right of Pedagogue to a ledge. Continue up the arete. "Rock Climbing Around Adelaide"
(F) The protection is reasonable, but take note of the name. Sustained climbing up to the ledge then short wall to finish. "Rock Climbing Around Adelaide"
|14|| Fragile and Useless
Beigin beneath a broad blade right of fragile. Climb directly up to it and continue past a sheok
|15|| Use No Hooks
Start: Climb steeply and directly to gain a corner left of 'Shonarch'.
(S) A steep, scrappy start leads to an arete and the front of the tower above. "Rock Climbing Around Adelaide"
Start: The corner bounding the left side of Pizzaz wall is guarded by an overhanging start.
The face on the left of the 'Barad Dur' wall, avoiding the corner. Climb on crimps following the line of bolts up the face. Start: You can begin as for 'Barad Dur' or from directly below the route proper.
|21|| Barad Dur
Swing up the steep juggy wall immediately left of Eternal Damnation's undercut arete past a big rattly block to a ledge. Step right and go up to the roof. Now make a cramped step back left past a bolt onto an undercut wall to reach the base of the crack. Straight up the crack.
|20|| Locust Abortion Technician
Start as for Barad Dur. Once on the ledge step left so that you are below and 1m left of Barad Dur's crackline and climb directly up, staying within a metre of the crack. If you're on route the first bolt of Pizazz can be clipped prior to heading up but then you are relying on side runners in Barad Dur.
|19|| Elusive Muff
Start as for Barad Dur to ledge. Tiptoe left to directly below the first bolt on of Pizazz. Move up clipping this, and trend up a line right of the Pizazz bolts to a horizontal level with the 3rd. Breathe deeply and commit to the increasingly run out crux section with gear awaiting near the top (small cam). Uses 3 bolts on Pizzaz prior to the cam placement. Crux at the 3rd.
|25|| Eternal Damnation
|26|| Mad Germans By Torchlight
The face between Eternal Damnation's Arete and Lord's Prayer's Corner. Both of these routes are off limits. Begin as for Eternal Damnation and then continue up the face avoiding the arete of Eternal Damnation and corner of Lord's Prayer.
|27|| Lords Prayer
Worth its grade for the start and some nice bridging moves up the corner. Start: Up the left hand corner to the right of 'Shewoodenduit'.
|29|| Sermon RHF
Crux is essential unprotected, not a good climb for a grade 17 leader Start: Start at the boulder and make a nice move to gain the V - corner.
|36|| Klutz Connection
Start: Climb the orange rock just left of Arev. Grab a poor rest below the roof, pull around this on the left to gain a crack in the head wall.