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Table of contents

1. Western Wall 15 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
All Trad
Ethic: inherited from Morialta

Morialta provides a place for both traditional and sport climbing, some routes with great gear some with none. However almost everything can be toproped and most are serviced by ring bollards. The gully has been climbed on for decades so there are very few unclimbed lines left. New bolting is banned and any bolt repairs should be done in conjunction with the Climbing Club of South Australia.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Kachoo 17Trad Paul Badenoch 12 years ago

A fun highball.

2 A Nod's as Good as a Wink 6Trad David Newell 8 years ago

On a rainy day....

Paul Badenoch 17 years ago

Easy

3 Cross Purpose 18Trad Paul Badenoch 17 years ago

I remember going back to solo this little one, but backed off.

4 Mini-ha-ha 11Trad Paul Badenoch 17 years ago

A loose block adds excitement.

5 Clamity Jane 12Trad Paul Badenoch 17 years ago

Forgettable

6 Crazy Horse 7Trad Paul Badenoch 17 years ago

Care required - things are getting loose.

7 Vampire 16Trad Paul Badenoch 17 years ago

The block's a worry.

8 Sleepy Hollow 4Trad Paul Badenoch 17 years ago

Worthless

9 Boot Hill 15Trad Paul Badenoch 12 years ago

One high move needs sussing.

10 Paradox 18Trad 13m Paul Badenoch 9 years ago

My continuing quest for immortality.

11 Midnight Ride 17Trad Paul Badenoch 9 years ago

Oozy onto the ledge, a thinnish move above.

12 Cat Ballou 18Trad 13m Paul Badenoch 9 years ago

Can reach into Sweet Sioux for pro up high if necessary.

13 Sweet Sioux 12Trad Paul Badenoch 9 years ago

Backed off this once before. The crux, onsight, is quite disconcerting for the grade.

14 Dream Weaver 17Trad Paul Badenoch 17 years ago

Not bad.

15 Cyclax 14Trad Paul Badenoch 12 years ago

Bouldery start on poor rock.

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
4 Sleepy Hollow Trad
6 A Nod's as Good as a Wink Trad
7 Crazy Horse Trad
11 Mini-ha-ha Trad
12 Clamity Jane Trad
Sweet Sioux Trad
14 Cyclax Trad
15 Boot Hill Trad
16 Vampire Trad
17 Dream Weaver Trad
Kachoo Trad
Midnight Ride Trad
18 Cat Ballou Trad 13m
Cross Purpose Trad
Paradox Trad 13m