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Table of contents
JFMAMJJASONDAll Trad climbing
Long/Lat: 138.714041, -34.909869
Part of the area is located within the Morialta Conservation Park.
Morialta is primarily a trad climbing and toproping area. Chipping, excessive chalk, litter and new bolts are all frowned upon and/or illegal.
Some routes have good natural gear, some have none (if the first ascensionist soloed it that is a good giveaway.) Most routes can be toproped and there are ring bollards in the more popular areas - use these where available and do not tie off to trees.
Any bolt repairs should be done in conjunction with the Climbing Club of South Australia.
|2||True Brit RHV||11||9m|
|11||★ Cut Loose||22|
|12||★★ Geronimo's Volkswagen DS||22|
|13||Geronimo's Volkswagen DS LHV||21||15m|
|14||★ Geronimo's Volkswagen||16||15m|
|19||Slugs on Jugs||11||14m|
|21||Wounded Slug RHS||13||13m|
|22||Wounded Slug RHF||14||13m|
|25||The Black Slug||11||11m|
Say Please When Climbing
FA: John Marshall & George Adams, 1976
|11||Slugs on Jugs||14m|
|The Black Slug||11m|
|True Brit RHV||9m|
|Say Please When Climbing||10m|
|Wounded Slug RHS||13m|
|Wounded Slug RHF||13m|
|21||Geronimo's Volkswagen DS LHV||15m|
|★★||Geronimo's Volkswagen DS|