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Access issues inherited from Mt Alexander

Most of Mt. Alexander is a national park, so while climbing is permitted general rules apply; dogs are not permitted, ask before bolting, etc.

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On the left up the hillside as you walk to the Scottish Reign amphitheatre from the car park. Sit start and head up the groove.

This takes the arete right of Mandarin from a sit start

Start on fallen over log, up obvious crack to direct finish up and over, don't go around the arete. May need to place a directional if top-roping to avoid whipping into tree.

FA: Neil Monteith, Kent Paterson & Ti, 2005

Much easier than it looks and really good climbing at the grade. Beware of your rope catching around the bottom of the flake. Up the first few metres of "Culloden". Clip the FH, then step across L and up to the flake. Undercling L and around into the final crack on "Scottish Reign". Scramble off R or pull over the top.

FA: Greg Caire & Glenn Tempest, 2011

Right of 'Scottish Reign', climb the flexing hollow flake to the ledge.

It may be short but this little crack is actually worth roping up for. The L-leaning finger-crack 4m R of "Ecosse" is fairly tricky.

Up the arete above the bouldering slabs, past 2 bolts and tree branch (sling). Double bolt belay towards the back of the block.

Climb the wall and right arete just right of the bouldering slabs. Stand start.

FA: Peter Reynolds & Peter Reynolds, 2012

Climb the wall left of Finger Food to top out. High

FA: Julian Saunders

Located to the right of the path when you approach Dog Rocks. Traverse the sloping boulder from right to left, starting matched on the rail and finish with a mantle on the god holds out on the far left hand side. A touch stiff?

FFA: Peter Reynolds, 2015

FA: Peter Reynolds & Peter Reynolds, 2015

Start from the high fallen slab left of The Descendants and stretch left into the corner to a good hold. Finish from here on good holds. A strange but good route.

Located on the wall around the corner left of Mobile Phone. Climb the seam to the break (crux) then traverse left before finishing up the final crack. Soloed after top roping. The first seam to the break is a highball boulder problem at around V6. Soloed on the FA but could be done on gear - gear after the crux though.

FFA: Peter Reynolds, 2014

FA: Peter Reynolds & Peter Reynolds, 2014

The beautiful arete right of Mobile Phone taken on its left-hand side. Solo after top rope. No bolts or gear. Named after the River Severn.

FFA: Peter Reynolds, 2014

FA: Peter Reynolds & Peter Reynolds, 2014

Climb the arete of 'Severn Tide' on its right-hand side to a tricky sloping finish. Solo after top rope.

FFA: Peter Reynolds, 2014

FA: Peter Reynolds & Peter Reynolds, 2014

Directly climb the wall right of Arlo's Arete. Do not use the right arete either. Crux at the top. Solo after top rope.

FFA: Peter Reynolds, 2015

FA: Peter Reynolds & Peter Reynolds, 2015

Up the beautiful arete opposite The Descendants. Can be done from both sides. A sit start is also available.

FA: Peter Reynolds, 2012

Climb the crack and arete to top out.

Traverse the horizontal crack from left to right, and top out.

FA: Peter Reynolds, 2013

Near the Rover...etc slab. Stand start and move from a seam to a slope. Top out.

FFA: Max Keating & Karen Keating, 1992

FFA: Max Keating & Karen Keating, 1992

Square cut corner uphill from LBP and visible through the gully left of that route. Easy to ledge then boulder corner (bout V6) past 3 rings/Us (cant remember). Bolted by KP.

FA: 2012

rock on over

FA: kp & nmonteith, 2005

Climb begins 4m left of Fido follows horizontal break to arete then up.

FA: Paul McWaters & Rigel Butler

Thin face with a single fixed hanger at about 4m.

FA: kp, nmonteith & ti, 2005

An obvious great looking problem up a dyke feature. Located on a lone boulder north of Dog Rocks close to summit trail – don’t stack pads – much easier if above 6 ft tall. Easy finish.

Squeezer by name and nature. As for SM but uses small sharp ear for left hand instead of crack crimp. Quite a bit easier than SMs first move.

Eliminate line near the arete to the right of The Dyke using a right-hand sidepull and left-hand crack-crimp to reach crimps/slopers, and then move left to jugs and top out. No arête on right.

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