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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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Grade Route

FFA: Karen Jones & Max Keating, 1988

The short thin crack just right of BoS

Up the right side of slab past two BR

This route was originally climbed and graded via what is now listed as the Direct Start. Unfortunately, the somewhat fragile flake that was the key to the early moves has been dislodged, thereby increasing the grade.

FFA: Max Keating & Karen Jones, 1988

Start right below the first bolt, without using the block or anything right of the flake.

2 BR up the slab 4m to the left of NRT

FFA: Max Keating & Karen Jones, 1988

The R-curving flake

FFA: Max Keating, Karen Keating & Karen Jones, 1988

Good value with a fun finish. Up the crack just L of "Sandman", then slab past a BR.


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