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Long/Lat: 147.223613, -42.883511
- Description:© (jellyfish)
shorter dolerite columns ~30m high.
- Approach:© (jellyfish)
Drive up past the organ pipes around 1 km. Park at the big bend, cross the road and follow the Lost world track. Can walk or abseil in.
hand, fist, finger crack
Start: L of Savage Journey is a dirty corner chimney and L of this is a fine looking north facing crack.
FA: Joe Friend
FA: Henry Barber
FA: P. Bigg, S. Parsons,
FA: Phil Steane
Stone the Crows
FA: Lyle Closs, Ian Lewis
FA: D. Gray
Stem and jamb the thin corner left of Back on the boarderline
FA: David Gray, Danny Rossen, 1992
Back on the borderline
Up wall past 2 bolts, into thin had crack
FA: David Gray, Alison Hall, 1990
Cries and Whispers
Start: The front of the buttress to the R of the central gully
FA: K. Lindorff, K. McConnell
Climb short crack on L, traverse R and then into main crack
Start: Wall with two horizontal breaks about 50m R of the central gully.
FA: I. Lewis, K. Carrigan, 1974
|22||Lost Wanderer Direct Start||20||25m|
|23||Great Southern Land||21|
|24||Don't Eat Yellow Snow||25||15m|
|25||Rosy Pink Cadillac||24||20m|
|26||Rosy Pink Cadillac DF||25||10m|
FA: P. Morris, P. Cullen
The small little roof crack on he yellow dot path to new world. Perfect hand crack with crux pulling the lip.
|Stone the Crows||25m|
|19||Cries and Whispers||25m|
|20||Back on the borderline||220m,|
|Lost Wanderer Direct Start||25m|
|Great Southern Land|
|Rosy Pink Cadillac||20m|
|25||Don't Eat Yellow Snow||15m|
|Rosy Pink Cadillac DF||10m|