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Long/Lat: 116.062844, -31.914852
Highest climbs in the quarry. Beware, some of these routes are seldom climbed and full of choss.
- Access Issues: inherited from Mountain Quarry
The gravel road into the quarry runs off the carpark on Coulston Road and has a combination-locked gate (normally locked), the code to which can be obtained from the Department of Parks and Wildlife or the CAWA forums. The quarry is also easily accessible on foot from the car park.
|2||Shield of Achilles||23||1655m,|
|4||Learning to Fly||23 M0||35m|
Old deathroute. First pitch now hopelessly entwined in new bolted routes.
|7||Finger Lickin' Awful Alternate Start||12||65m|
|8||Finger Lickin' Awful||16||55m|
Sex, Cigarettes and Chardonnay
Pitch 1: tricky move to gain the slab. 5BR and mid-size friends. Belay below the headwall. Pitch 2: power over the headwall, gingerly cross the slab and crank up the arete. 5BR to friends. (Mountain Quarry mini-guide, © Neil Gledhill 2008)
5 BRs plus natural gear.
Thick Red Line
Start on the left of the thick red band in the rock. Nice easy climb with plenty of GIMBs to two ring bolts 3/4 the way up. Second pitch is short and runout. Could be done in one pitch.
|13 to 15||45m|
Start at the crack on the arete right of the red band.
|12||Finger Lickin' Awful Alternate Start||65m|
|13 to 15||Thick Red Line||45m|
|16||Finger Lickin' Awful||55m|
|19||Sex, Cigarettes and Chardonnay||1050m,|
|Shield of Achilles||1655m,|
|23 M0||Learning to Fly||35m|