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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityUnknown, Sport and Trad
Long/Lat: 144.295632, -36.988779
- 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.
Long/Lat: 144.294550, -36.988637
|3||Paging Piggy Nelson||8||10m|
|6||Hell's Lum Variant||18||18m|
This major corner is a real delight and is a great introduction to granite crack climbing. Traverse L under the overhang and up. Take a big cam for the traverse.
|8||Inquistion Direct Finish||22||16m|
|11||The Gates Of Tuna Town||10||10m|
Unknown, Sport and Trad
Long/Lat: 144.295949, -36.988925
|4||Bottle Of Smoke||18||12m|
|5||Where Beagles Dare||17||212m,|
|6||Where Beagles Dare Direct||20||212m,|
|7||The Thin Edge Of The Wedgie||16||12m|
Thin End of the Wedgie Direct Start
Start right below the first bolt, without using the block or anything right of the flake.
|10||The Wabbit Kicked The Bucket||20||10m|
|11||The Wabbit Kicked The Bucket Direct Start||23||10m|
|12||Our Black Dog||13||10m|
|13||No Right Turn||11||15m|
|16||It's Your Money Ralph||14||12m|
|19||Nappy Rash Direct||17||14m|
Spit The Dummy
Good value with a fun finish. Up the crack just L of "Sandman", then slab past a BR.
|28||Wound The Wugged Wocks||18||12m|
|30||Suzie Nose Best||14||12m|
|31||An Eye For An Eye||12||12m|