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Table of contents
- 1. Mt Isa
68 in Area
- 1.1. Julunggal 13 in Crag
- 1.2. Razorback Ridge 36 in Crag
- 1.3. Spring Creek 0 in Crag
- 1.4. Lake Moondarra 0 in Crag
- 1.5. Poison Waterhole 0 in Crag
- 1.6. Remarkable 8 in Crag
- 1.7. American Gorge 5 in Crag
- 1.8. Mount Frosty 0 in Crag
- 1.9. China Wall 0 in Crag
- 1.10. Fountain Springs 2 in Crag
- 1.11. Mt Burstall 4 in Crag
- 2. Index by grade
|4||Brown Lashes Magnificent Snake||15|
|10||Saturday Afternoon Stroll||6|
|13||More Mental Than Most Things||22|
Long/Lat: 139.467745, -20.838872
Quartz ritch razorback crag in a gibber desert. Pretty cool. Worst fixed pro ive seen... stick to natural lines.
Take the road from Mt Isa towards Dajarra as far as the long, flat, straight section beyond the causeway across Mica Creek. A dirt road leads off to the left 2km beyond the Mica Creek causeway. This dirt track curves around the southern end of a small hill about 200m from the bitumen, the crag is then visible on the left. A dirt track takes you within 50m of the crag.
|7||A Walk in the Dark||22|
|8||Thunder and Lightning||19|
|10||The Age of Chaos||22|
|11||The Butterfly Effect||22|
|12||It's Not Krikkit||21|
|13||Smile of the Jaguar||25|
|17||Who Needs Wings?||21|
|21||Restless Dance of the Wild Bird||20|
|22||Bop till you Drop||23|
|24||Moseying through Space||20|
|28||No 1||13 to 14||15m|
|31||Norm The Champion||19|
|36||Lord of the Flies||17|
Long/Lat: 139.808840, -20.560216
|2||I Love Loosy||16||20m|
Long/Lat: 139.471526, -19.493715
|2||Crocodile Might Like Red Laces||20||20m|
|4||Watched By A Whirling Blade||19||15m|
Long/Lat: 139.932817, -20.966817
Long/Lat: 140.054874, -20.799666
|3||In The Eye Of The Eagle||17||10m|