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Table of contents

1. The Throne Room 27 routes in Cliff

All Trad

Long/Lat: 138.714041, -34.909869

Ethic:© inherited from Morialta

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.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 True Brit 9 Trad
2 True Brit RHV 11 Trad 9m
3 Harpic 8 Trad
4 Ajax 14 Trad
5 Ajax Direct 14 Trad
6 Pine-o-clean 15 Trad
7 Logan 6 Trad
8 Palomino 13 Trad 14m
9 Appaloosa 15 Trad 14m
10 Pony Express

FA: 1984

15 Trad 14m
11 Cut Loose 22 Trad
12 * Geronimo's Volkswagen DS 22 Trad
13 Geronimo's Volkswagen DS LHV 21 Trad 15m
14 Geronimo's Volkswagen 16 Trad
15 Zygon 6 Trad
16 Limited Options 12 Trad 14m
17 Hayfever 6 Trad
18 Picnic 5 Trad
19 Slugs on Jugs 11 Trad 14m
20 Wounded Slug 13 Trad 13m
21 Wounded Slug RHS 13 Trad 13m
22 Wounded Slug RHF 14 Trad 13m
23 Carmel 13 Trad 12m
24 Painted Dragon

FA: 1985

12 Trad 12m
25 The Black Slug 11 Trad 11m
26 Say Please When Climbing

FA: John Marshall, George Adams, 1976

12 Trad 10m
27 Royal Flush 16 Trad

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5 Picnic Trad
6 Hayfever Trad
Logan Trad
Zygon Trad
8 Harpic Trad
9 True Brit Trad
11 Slugs on Jugs Trad 14m
The Black Slug Trad 11m
True Brit RHV Trad 9m
12 Limited Options Trad 14m
Painted Dragon Trad 12m
Say Please When Climbing Trad 10m
13 Carmel Trad 12m
Palomino Trad 14m
Wounded Slug Trad 13m
Wounded Slug RHS Trad 13m
14 Ajax Trad
Ajax Direct Trad
Wounded Slug RHF Trad 13m
15 Appaloosa Trad 14m
Pine-o-clean Trad
Pony Express Trad 14m
16 Geronimo's Volkswagen Trad
Royal Flush Trad
21 Geronimo's Volkswagen DS LHV Trad 15m
22 Cut Loose Trad
* Geronimo's Volkswagen DS Trad