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1. Mt Coolum 104 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
Mostly Sport

Long/Lat: 153.086891, -26.563009

Unique Features And Strengths:

Kneebars and lots of core strength on steep territory

Description:

There's not many other crags in south east Queensland where you can climb in the shade in summer. Because of this, local climbers have been almost forced to climb here, regardless of ability. And given there's not any easy routes at the cliff, Mt Coolum is transforming the local climbing populace into steep-thugging, kneebar-wielding, sloper-crushing mutants! Projects of yesteryear are today's warm-up's and today's projects are, well, futuristic!

Unlike many other crags of this type, the local scene is friendly, welcoming and encouraging. Come and join us for a dangle!

Access Issues:

Access to Mt Coolum is under strict community guidelines. If we obey the rules, then climbing here will continue.

The rules are:

  • No new routes outside the cave (bolted or otherwise)
  • No routes up though the area where the falcons are
  • Minimize impact and presence (i.e. no loud noise!)
  • Continue to clean up our mess and the mess of others
  • Make an effort to clean chalk off holds
  • Do not leave quickdraws on routes below the height of the tallest stick-clip. Leaving no draws is encouraged.
Approach:

One and a half hours (130 km) north of Brisbane. Up the Bruce Highway. Exit L and under after the Ettamogah Pub onto the Sunshine Coast Motorway. Nearing Mooloolaba, take the Noosa exit (not Mooloolaba), pass over the Maroochy river (first sight of the mountain on the bridge). Take the airport exit and keep going straight toward the coast. After the IGA turn L on Quarry Rd, one street before Hyatt Coolum. Follow your nose and park in the main National Park car park.

There are two track options to get to the cliff. The best (which avoids an obvious looking 'climbers trail' appearing on the general tourist track) is the separate trail from the tourists (see red line in the overview topo below). Head to the southern end of carpark and follow the fire trail South. After about 200m a narrow track breaks off R, follow this up to an old road then veer left into the quarry. Keep going uphill, the tracks lead up to the huge cave on the South East side (quite well worn, 10 minutes tops).

Where To Stay:

Surfair Resort offer 2 bedroom unit. You can get the view of the cave while enjoying your coffee on the balcony. www.surfairmarcoola.com.au.

Ethic:

The cave has been largely developed in the last 10 years We value our relationship with the National Park and expect all users to respect this. It is essential not to disturb the wildlife and stay on the track to limit our impact.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Ultraviolet

Far left upper route. 7-8 FHs to DUBB. Access via Friends in High Places, then traverse L to DFHB on ledge.

FFA: J.J. O'Brien, 2008

25 Sport 15m, 7
2 ** Drums Not Guns

Big holds to a rare crimp crux, then super horns into the sky. Joins BLD at its final bolt.

FFA: Frey Yule, 2009

27 Sport 20m, 11
3 Relative Affection

Crazy slippery rock. Challenge your friction technique.

FFA: J.J. O'Brien, Ambor Collins, 2006

23 Sport 18m, 7
4 Slap that Belly

Start under the overhanging arete left of Friends in high places. The obvious series of slopers lead to a tricky exit. Best to top rope from 'Friends in High Places' anchor, but beware rope cutting edges.

FA: Etienne Laliberte, 2009

V5 Boulder
5 *** Black Leather Dungarees

Start at RA's anchor. Steep stuff straight above the belay. Traverse L under roof to wacky slab and a rest above. Huge jugs and horns comprise the final third. 11 U-bolts to DUBB. Second to clean. Rope length warning: It is more than 30m from anchor to ground. Suggestion: leader lowers, rope toss to pull back to belay, second to clean, lower second to ground, pull rope to start belay, rap off.

FFA: Lee Cujes, JJ O'Brien, 2007

26 Sport 20m, 11
6 *** Gasoline Rainbow

Amazing climbing which is never too hard, but quite continuous! Start at the top anchor of FIHP. Step L, then three RBs to unique cave move. Thug R to jutting horn. Breach "slab" above moving L to find some harder moves. A traverse L, then finish on jugs. DUBB. Nine RBs. Lower-off into the ocean. Use 60m rope.

FFA: Lee Cujes, JJ O'Brien, 2007

28 Sport 15m, 9
7 Thunderbirds

A link up. Start as for Tropic Thunder clipping its last bolt then staying low traverse in and finish up Gasoline Rainbow.

FFA: Sebastiaan Loewensteijn, 2012

28 Sport 20m, 10
8 *** Tropical Thunderbirds

One of the best link ups in the cave! Takes in a lot of climbing, and a lot of cruxes.Climb Tropic Thunder to above its last bolt, sticking the hard crux side pull, but instead of moving right to clip anchor, move left and finish up GR.

FFA: Sebastiaan Loewensteijn, 2012

29 Sport 20m, 10
9 ** Tropic Thunder

Climb FIHP to anchor, and then take a step right and climb straight up the overhung stemming groove to rooflet. Above this make a move to the right onto crimps with bouldery, spacey moves awaiting above. Anchor shared with NIHP on right over the top of bulge.

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2011

27 Sport 22m, 5
10 Friends in High Places

The only non-steep warmup here. Okay climbing on slippery rock. Stickclip. Start R of the bolt and go diagonally up left to it. Traversing L while still under the 1st bolt adds a grade. Baffling moves up past 3-4 bolts until it slabs out, then head well left to double rings.

FFA: Liam O'Dea, 1997

20 Sport 12m, 6
11 ** Nuts In High Places

Climb this as one pitch from the ground. Climb FIHP, extending the last clip, and climb directly up the wall above past 5 RBs to wild conclusion which resembles mantling the end of a diving board.

FA: Lee Cujes, 2011

26 Sport 22m, 10
12 * Cleared For Takeoff

Start up TDLW for three UBs, then trend slightly L past FHs up the ever steepening wall past some crazy looking horns and the odd dodgy aid bolt. The top horn (the biggest at Coolum) rings when you tap it! Ride 'em cowboy!

FA: Aaron Jones, 1998

FFA: Simon Moses, 2000

25 Sport 20m, 11
13 ** Powderkeg

Coolum's highest route. Climb CFT and top out on the ledge. You might like to pull and re-drop your rope to lessen drag. Step right, and blast through steep but juggy terrain into the stratosphere. Some longer draws at certain spots will ease your pain. The final bolt (anchor) is just below the top of the cave and currently sports a leaver biner. You can just get down on a 60m from here, but back-jump to clean. (Was closed, but has been rebolted - 2015)

FA: Lee Cujes, John J O'Brien, 2013

26 Sport 30m, 20
14 Dave

A new warm-up option. Up TDLW for four UBs. Instead of traversing right as for TDLW, go straight up past another three UBs into the cave. Finish atop the diving board (double U-bolts). Lower-off.

FFA: Lee Cujes, JJ O'Brien, 2011

20 Sport 12m, 9
15 *** The David Lee Roth

Climb Dave until you're at the double UBs above the diving board. Continue directly out the roof for some of the steepest climbing and THE biggest, craziest holds at Coolum. Finish at 'CFT''s anchor.

FFA: Lee Cujes, JJ O'Brien, 2011

25 Sport 20m, 12
16 The David Low Way

Like Woodridge, had a name change and a rebolt to hopefully generate more interest. Follow four U-bolts up deceiving slab before traversing/walking directly right past two FHs and mantling up into the cave. You'll need a seconder to clean this route.

18 Sport 12m, 6
17 ** La Cucaracha Airhorns

Get safe at TDLW anchor and pull and re-drop your rope for a ground belay. From this point, climb up and out left on FHs and biiig holds to a confounding and onsight-ruining finale.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin, 2007

25 Sport 12m
18 ** Eraserhead

Starts just to the right of LCA. Climbs the exposed arete before heading straight up into the thin corner (don't climb left onto the massive horns if you want the full tick), finishing with a wild move to breach the shelf at the top. Belay from ground as for LCA.

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2010

26 Sport 12m, 5
19 Scoopydoo

Follow the jagged lip feature going across right. Finish as BBJ.

Set by Antoine Moussette., 2013

21 Sport Project 16m, 7
20 La Scoop Volante

In the middle of the giant scoop make your way on some funky blob aiming for a horn at the lip. Follow the feature and finish BBJ anchor.

Set by Antoine Moussette, 2013

Sport Project 14m, 5
21 ** The Antipump

Start at the 'Nick' graffiti. Four RBs then finish up BBaJ. One big boulder problem with every move a hardie. The slot in the roof can be damp after rain and is completely frictionless. Deserves much more attention!

FFA: Frey Yule, 2007

27 Sport 10m
22 * Beer, Boobs and Jerky

Up into the steep little cave, then across left to a hard move to gain the protruding jugs. Motor up the very overhanging arete on killer shark-fin jugs. Now rebolted with U-bolts.

FFA: 1998

24 Sport 10m
23 ** Sister Two Strokes (linkup)

Climb Hang Like a Fruitbat to anchor, but don't clip it. Instead head sharply left until you join into Beer Boob and finish. Have fun on the crazy upside down traverse.

FFA: Frey Yule

26 Sport 20m, 10
24 Hang High (closed project)

Climbs the smooth wall straight above Fruit Bat. Closed, stay off.

Set by Frey Yule, 2010 & Matt Schimke, 2011

29 to 31 Sport Project 30m, 12
25 ** Hung Like A Fruit Bat

Up the bulby horns out the roof to anchors. Feet more important than hands on this one. Ever so popular.

FFA: Simon Moses, 1998

25 Sport 8m, 5
26 The Bats, the birds and the bees

A new extension to fruit bat. Blasts out the roof past the fruit bat anchor for an extra 2 bolts before meeting scrambled eggs and honey on the other side. Probably the steepest route at coolum at 120 degrees. Will be an epic mental and physical battle.

Set by @flashpumpgordon,@amoussette1, 15th Feb

Aid Project 35m, 20
27 ** Three Men and A Ladder

Starts a few metres right of Hung Like a Fruit Bat. Stick clip. Jump start, up, then across the roof and finish at HLAFB chains. Similar style to Fruit Bat, at a harder grade.

FA: Matt Eaton, 2007

26 Sport 10m, 5
28 *** A Kneebar Too Far

Ringbolts starting just R of TMAAL. A weird looking line which climbs really well. Make sure you bring your kneepads for this one. Popular.

FFA: Matt Eaton, 2007

29 Sport 12m, 6
29 ** Bring Back The Kneebar

Unrepeated weirdness! Climb AKTF then keep going for another 3 bolts. Make sure you use long draws on AKTF otherwise the rope drag is just enough to make the end move easy.

FFA: Matt Eaton, 2009

29 Sport 16m, 8
30 *** Scrambled eggs & honey

Batman start to the anchors of Sideways Rain the head left clipping the last two bolts of Bring Back the kneebar before continuing straight-up for another 5 bolts to the anchor.

FFA: Johnny Schwartz, 2014

26 Sport 20m, 7
31 Sideways Rain

Batman start at the anchors over the lip above kneebar too far. Reach up and grab those starting slopers out left and start from there. Heads straight-up and finishes standing on huge ledge.

FA: Daniel Friedman, 2013

24 Sport 6
32 *** UFO / Unidentified Frictionless Object

Even better than the original line!! The direct start of Kneebar. Extremely bouldery and powerful compression climbing which will make you beg for mercy!

Set by Sam Bowman,Daniel Gordon,@amoussette1, 2013

FA: Sam Bowman, 2013

30 Sport 14m, 7
33 * Flying saucer (project open)

Go from UFO all the way through to bring back the kneebar. Gonna be hard and funky.

Set by Dan g and Matt Eaton

31 Sport Project 15m, 9
34 ** Esoteric Agenda (closed project)

Mat Eaton's futuristic projects. One of the last remaining king lines of Coolum; it follows the line of ring bolts to a double bolt anchor. This project remains closed and should be respected unless permission is sought directly from Mat. Sebastian Loewensteijn takes responsibility for newly added bolts and repairing several of the holds on the route after pulling them off. Kind regards, Sebastian.

Set by Matt Eaton, 2007

32 to 33 Sport Project 15m, 9
35 Sinister Visions (Project - closed)

Start up Evil for 2 bolts before heading left.

Bolting not finished.

Sport Project
36 Evil Empire

Start up 'Evel Knievel', keep heading left and across 'Esoteric Agenda (closed project)', then keep heading left and up forever.

FFA: Paul Cresswell, 3rd Mar

29 Sport
37 ** Evel Knievel

Climb Evil for three bolts before trending sharply left for a burly traverse below SO (past the weird double bolts). Joins SO for its top two bolts.

FFA: Frey Yule, 2011

29 Sport 15m
38 ** Space Oddity

Start up the first 3 bolts of Evil, then veer up and left for another 3 bolts before getting a weird ledge rest. A few more moves and you're done.

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2010

29 Sport 15m, 9
39 ** Ground Control

Defunct (was the batman start to SO).

FA: Adam Donoghue, 2008

27 Sport 12m
40 * Prime Evil

Climb Evil, but veer left before cave and up the face above encountering some bouldery moves.

FA: Frey Yule, 2012

29 Sport 25m
41 *** Evil Wears No Pants

The 70 degree overhung madness that rears above the walking track. One of the best steep routes in Australia.

Amazingly this was the first route to be equipped at Coolum (2 bolts); it was then extended another 2 bolts and attempted by various suitors over the next 15 years. In early 2008, Adam Donaghue refreshed the hardware & added two extensions, beginning both from a batman start on the U-bolt (Ground Control 28 going L and Major Tom 30 going straight up). Lee linked up the boulder problem start with Major Tom and Evil Wears No Pants was reborn as one of Queensland's 'King Lines'!

FA: Adam Donoghue, 2008

FFA: Lee Cujes, 2008

30 Sport 20m, 11
42 *** Thriller

What a thrilling route! Start as for EWNP, traverse slightly right at the second bolt, then ascend past 3 new bolts before re-joining EWNP. This avoids the no hands rest on EWNP, resulting in a more sustained route of continuous climbing.

Set by Paul Cresswell, David Biggs and Sebastian Loewensteijn, 2013

FFA: Sebastian Loewensteijn, 2013

31 Sport 18m, 10
43 *** Evil Business (Closed link-up)

Start up Thiller, climb across to 'Bite The Hand That Feeds' and to the chains. Will be a fantastic link up once completed.

Set by Paul Cresswell, Sebastian Loewensteijn, 2015

32 Sport 20m
44 *** Sam's link

Up Thriller till the second last bolt and then step right into friction addictions hard ending. Super pumpy classic.

FA: Sam Bowman, 2014

31 Sport 20m
45 *** Friction addiction

Was previously known as 'the motor finance wizard project' Start up the first two bolts of Evil before heading right and up the blankish face. Huge throws on slopey holds guard the crux. The top is exciting and ever so pumpy.

FA: Matt Schimke, 2011

FFA: Sam Bowman, 2014

32 Sport 23m, 11
46 Sam Nemesis Project / Paul's Impossible Line

Two FHs placed in impossible-looking territory. Could link into Thriller or friction

Set by Paul Creswell, 2011

33 Sport Project 20m, 3
47 ** Bite The Hand That Feeds

4m R of Evil Wears No Pants. Futuristic. Two hard boulder problems to classic upper wall.

FFA: Lee Cujes, 2010

31 Sport 23m, 10
48 ** Twister

Start matched on the red heart hold on the left of the small cave, traverse left around the bend then finish by matching on the jug that Kapow starts on.

FFA: Clint Westbrook, 2008

V3 Boulder
49 * Kapow

Start at the right of small cave, On big jug. Work your way left until it is obvious to move into the cave. Finish on the red paint hold (match for 2 seconds).

FA: 2008

V5 Boulder
50 * Squatting Frenchman

Start in the roof under 'Kapow'. Grab the lip and squat over to finish at hueco.

FA: Antoine M. & Frey Yule, 2009

V4 Boulder
51 *** Haggisaurus Rex / Taking Care of Business

All the moves had been done but no one was able to take care of this one until a climber from Scotland, Robbie Phillips visited Queensland. He sent the route on his last day in the country thereby establishing Queensland's current hardest Sport route.

Bouldery start trending left on line of weakness, before joining into BTHTF at the bolt below the headwall (ignore bolts out right which need to be removed).

Robbie re-named "Taking Care of Business Project" to "Haggisaurus Rex" due to the Dinosaur skin-like nature of the rock and the fact that Robbie only ate Haggis the whole time he was in Australia to maintain his Scottish Highlander Powers! Rumour has it they shipped 70 whole Haggis' to Australia just for Robbie..."

Set by Antoine Moussette, 2010

FFA: Robbie Phillips, 2014

33 Sport 24m, 10
52 Pauls Wedding Present

Starting on the slopey madness, just to the right of small cave. Climbs straight up onto "slab" and steep overhang above, to finish at the BTHTF anchor.

Set by Frey Yule, 2002

30 to 32 Sport Project 21m, 10
53 ** The Seam Project

The fainted crack feature that lead directly to the upper part of Spoonman. Start as Knifey Spooney.

Set by Frey Yule, 2010 & Antoine Moussette, 2013

33 to 35 Sport Project 20m, 10
54 ** Knifey Spooney

Bouldery start left of Screaming. Control the move to the knife hold and link into Spoonman.

Set by Gareth Llewellin, 2008. Antoine M., 2012

FFA: James Campbell, 2012

29 Sport 22m, 10
55 Spoonmonster project

Climb Spoonman and step left at the anchor. Keep going up to link with some good rock. Finish at Camp III.

FA: Antoine Moussette, 2015

28 to 29 Sport Project 69m, 18
56 *** Spoonman

Bust out L from SI at 5th bolt. Great rock and good sequences have quickly made this a popular tick at the grade.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin, 2007

28 Sport 20m, 11
57 *** Screaming Insanity

The must-do crag classic, featuring the biggest and most aesthetic horns and jugs on the wall. When this was first bolted, there was nobody strong enough to climb it. Oh how things change!

FA: Chris Coghill, 1997

FFA: Simon Moses, 1998

26 Sport 15m, 9
58 ** Screaming Spoonman (linkup)

Up to anchor of SI (600mm sling), then head left on tricky slopers before joining into the last part of Spoonman.

FFA: Frey Yule, 2009

26 Sport 19m, 12
59 *** Wholly Calamity

This is the extension to Screaming Insanity. No harder, just pumpier! Three more bolts keep the lactic levels up.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin, 2007

26 Sport 20m, 12
60 ** Crouching Tiger, Hidden Climber

Starting as for SI, step R on ramp and then blast the line above. Wear a shirt. You'll see.

FFA: Frey Yule, 2007

26 Sport 15m, 12
61 ** Gonna Fly Now

Climbs Crouching Tiger until you notice a series of horns on your right. Traverse diagonally up to reach the crux of Kept Man. Up and PAST the chains of Kept Man/COD for another 3 bolts to the double rings right under the roof (Camp II/ Gothic Architect ).

FFA: Antoine Moussete, 2009

27 Sport 30m, 16
62 Demolition Man

Start with the boulder problem SI, and then ramble easily up R to belay on a cool ledge in a really good position.

FA: 2002

24 Sport 15m, 9
63 Demolition Boy

DM with a batman start to the third bolt.

FA: 2002

19 Sport 12m, 7
64 * Kept Man

Climb DM to access. Belayer can either belay from there, or the ground. Climb starts steeply directly above. A few bolts trending up and left to chains.

FFA: Brendan Leader, 2008

23 Sport 10m
65 ** Purple Haze / Smooth Criminals

Traverse right onto exposed arete from the anchor of DM. A couple of funky throws and you're ready to clip the chain. Best to belay from the ground.

Set by Antoine Moussette & Matt Schimke, 2009

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2009

23 Sport 7m, 5
66 * Gothic Architect

From Kept Man Belay station. Keep going and traverse into the massive roof. Finish at a picnic table ledge (aka camp III) over the lip.

FA: Phil Box, 2009

M1 Aid 7m
67 Sneaky Roofy

Start right of Sceaming for some Mad roof climbing.

Set by Frey Yule, 2011

Mad Sport Project 6
68 ** Four Metres of Madness

Steepest route in Coolum. Start in back of cave R of SI. Stick clip first 2 bolts. Finish L of final bolt over the mantle.

FFA: Matt Eaton, 2008

28 Sport 4m, 5
69 ** Separation Anxiety

A short bouldery route traversing the lip of the cave from right to left. This route consumed Ross' life for a time.

FFA: Ross Ferguson, 2008

27 Sport 8m, 5
70 Eye of the Storm

Starts up 'Eight Minute Abs' to first bolt then traverses left on flakes, finishes up 'Separation Anxiety'

Set by Adam Aitken, 2014

FFA: @aaitk5, 12th Apr

29 Sport Project 15m, 7
71 Five Minute Abs

Eight Minute Abs from the batman start. Mostly jugs with a bit of spice at the end.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin, 2010

25 Sport 12m, 4
72 ** Eight Minute Abs

The left trending line that starts left of WOC. The first half dozen moves make up the crux and are extremely bouldery requiring some strong core work to a huge bucket. From there it's a 45 degree wall with mostly big moves to big holds and a tricky finish to finish near the top of Demolition Man. Make sure you mantle the ledge at the anchor to get the tick! Anchor has been placed too low.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin, 2011

27 Sport 12m, 7
73 In Memoriam

Linkup - Climbs Eight Minute Abs past the anchor into Call of Duty, via a 60cm sling on the first COD bolt

FFA: Daniel Friedman, 2012

28 Sport 25m, 12
74 ** Bloody Weapon

Start as Eight Minutes Abs. Join into Weapon of Choice and finish it.

FFA: Saša Juvan

28 Sport 15m
75 ** Fire the Panzerschrek

Climb Bloody Weapon until anchor, then veer left and finish up COD.

FFA: Tom O'Halloran, 2010

29 Sport 28m, 17
76 *** Weapon of Choice

The line starting at ground level, 10m L of the R end of cave. Stick-clip the very high first ringbolt. Probably the most beta intensive route here. At least seven kneebars.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin, 2007

27 Sport 15m, 9
77 *** Call of Duty

Logical finish for WC. Cruxy finish on the upper arête . 14m overhung. A right variant finish is possible at the base of the arête.

Set by Antoine Moussette, 2009

FFA: J.J. O'Brien, 2009

28 Sport 25m, 16
78 * Armed to the Teeth

Climb Weapon of Choice and make your way to Kissing the Lip.

Set by Graham Page & Antoine M., 2012

FFA: jjobrien, 2014

28 Sport 33m, 16
79 ** Big Boy, Big Problems (linkup)

Climb CWAHW but keep on moving left onto COD. Finish up this. The longest route at Coolum.

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2009

27 Sport 30m
80 * Caught By The Fuzz

Starts 3m left of CH. Small roof leads to easy top.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin, 2007

25 Sport 10m, 3
81 Still on a Buzz

Do Caught by the Fuzz and keep going over the roof above the anchor. Finish at the niche just under Kissing the Lip.

FA: Antoine Moussette, 2012

28 Sport 15m, 7
82 Renewable Energy

Start on Caught by the Fuzz, keep going through the roof and finish directly up Armed to the Teeth. Multiple cruxes

FFA: @jjobrien, 22nd Apr

28 Sport 29m, 16
83 ** Kissing the Lip (open project)

Start at the CF extention anchor. straight up following the right hand seam. Finish on the perch above the lip of the cave.

Set by Graham Page & Antoine M., 2012

Sport Project 14m, 7
84 ** Caught With a Horny Weapon (linkup)

Climb HF but continue left into WOC and finish at anchor.

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2010

26 Sport 15m
85 * Horny Fuzz (linkup)

Start as per Crazy Horny till fourth bolt (long sling), then move sharply left to the second bolt of CBTF, finish up this.

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2009

24 Sport 11m
86 ** Crazy Horny

Popular. Bouldery start then steep thuggery. The horn sadly broke changing the sequence. Many people's first 25.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin, 2000

25 Sport 10m, 4
87 ** Frey's Link

Climb Crazy Horny skipping the 4th bolt, to anchor on Full Metal Traverse via a two bolt link-up. A bouldery finale actually involves downclimbing. A better finish.

FFA: Frey Yule, 2006

25 Sport 10m, 5
88 * Horny Anatomy (linkup)

Climb Crazy Horny into Frey's Link (to the anchors of FMT - 600mm sling), but keep going over the block and finish up Grazed Anatomy.

FFA: Frey Yule, 2008

26 Sport 17m, 12
89 Pins and Needles

A 5m traverse.

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2008

V0 Boulder
90 * Assisstance is futile

Climb from the ground straight up and finish at full metals anchor. Burly never-ending bouldering. Epitomises the style of of the right side of the cave.

FA: @flashpumpgordon, 17th May

29 Sport 12m, 6
91 Shit On U Project (closed)

The line left of TN on RBs, at the graffiti.

FA: Ross Ferguson, 2010

Sport
92 * Ultimate tensile strength

Start at the True North boulder problem, climb this for its first 2 bolts and then head left via some cool pinches to the 2nd bolt of shit on you project. Go through some crazy techy bouldering that keeps getting harder. Eventually re-enter full metal traverse at its last bolt and finish at its anchor. someone should take this route straight up into grazed anatomy.

Set by Frey Yule and Ross fergusson, 2011

FFA: Sam Bowman, 2014

28 Sport 10m, 6
93 * True North / Grazed Anatomy DS

Start 3m L of Grazed Anatomy at ringbolts. Throw, pinch and scream for three bolts. After that, finish up Grazed Anatomy.

FFA: Frey Yule, 2009

29 Sport 15m, 10
94 ** Animal mother

Climb past full metal anchor to Crazy Horny's. Adds 3 metres of exciting hard climbing to full metal. Also has been done from the true north direct start, a hard 29 by Sam B.

FA: Dan gordon, 2014

27 Sport 10m
95 ** Communication Breakdown/ true metal

Direct start to Full Metal Traverse (start at the true north boulder problem and head left to finish at full metal's anchor. So bouldery and sustained.

Set by Frey Yule

FFA: Oliver Miller, 2012

29 Sport 12m, 7
96 ** Full Metal Traverse

Start as for Chevy, but traverse the lip directly left on bouldery moves. Mind the third clip. Amazing bouldery climbing without many tricks. Great for getting you strong!

FFA: Frey Yule, 2007

27 Sport 12m, 7
97 ** Grazed Anatomy

Climb FMT past four bolts, then up past another five. At last bolt, mantle lip of cave and stand on top triumphant.

FFA: Lee Cujes, 2008

27 Sport 15m, 9
98 ** Who Grazed My Chevy? (linkup)

Climb to Chevy's last bolt, go left and finish up GA.

FFA: Lee Cujes, 2008

25 Sport 15m
99 ** Has It Got a Chevy Motor?

Start just to the left of Yoink. By far the most popular route at the crag. Now rebolted.

FFA: Gareth Llewellin, 2007

24 Sport 12m, 7
100 * Yoink

On the very R end of the cave. Climb crack on UBs to wacky "rest" on arete. Continue through the steep stuff to shared anchor.

FA: Lee Cujes, 1998

FFA: Vickie Sullivan, 2000

24 Sport 10m, 6
101 * Yoink My Anatomy

For sake of the route name, climb Yoink and keep on going as per Who Grazed My Chevy?

Set by @flashpumpgordon,@jum-jum

FA: @jum-jum, 2015

25 Sport 15m, 8
102 * Rocket Man

A short easy trad route underneath Yoink. Start at small tree and climb through the orange rock.

FFA: Matt Schimke, 2008

14 Trad 9m
103 Spoonmonster 28 to 29 Sport 69m
104 *** The Double Johnson

The Crazy finale to the top of the cave. Outrageous exposure and views of the full sunshine coast! Quality rock Pitch 3 high above "Call of Duty". (Pitch 2 is still a project).To send this line you would need to aid the second pitch. One day it will all be done clean. ground up. Belayer must be at 3rd pitch anchor for sufficient rope to get to the ground!

Set by Phil Box, 2011

FFA: @robster, 15th Mar

23 Sport 20m, 8

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
14 * Rocket Man Trad 9m
V0 Pins and Needles Boulder
18 The David Low Way Sport 12m, 6
19 Demolition Boy Sport 12m, 7
20 Dave Sport 12m, 9
Friends in High Places Sport 12m, 6
21 Scoopydoo Sport Project 16m, 7
V3 ** Twister Boulder
23 * Kept Man Sport 10m
** Purple Haze Sport 7m, 5
Relative Affection Sport 18m, 7
*** The Double Johnson Sport 20m, 8
V4 * Squatting Frenchman Boulder
24 * Beer, Boobs and Jerky Sport 10m
Demolition Man Sport 15m, 9
** Has It Got a Chevy Motor? Sport 12m, 7
* Horny Fuzz (linkup) Sport 11m
Sideways Rain Sport 6
* Yoink Sport 10m, 6
25 * Caught By The Fuzz Sport 10m, 3
* Cleared For Takeoff Sport 20m, 11
** Crazy Horny Sport 10m, 4
Five Minute Abs Sport 12m, 4
** Frey's Link Sport 10m, 5
** Hung Like A Fruit Bat Sport 8m, 5
** La Cucaracha Airhorns Sport 12m
*** The David Lee Roth Sport 20m, 12
** Ultraviolet Sport 15m, 7
** Who Grazed My Chevy? (linkup) Sport 15m
* Yoink My Anatomy Sport 15m, 8
V5 * Kapow Boulder
Slap that Belly Boulder
26 *** Black Leather Dungarees Sport 20m, 11
** Caught With a Horny Weapon (linkup) Sport 15m
** Crouching Tiger, Hidden Climber Sport 15m, 12
** Eraserhead Sport 12m, 5
* Horny Anatomy (linkup) Sport 17m, 12
** Nuts In High Places Sport 22m, 10
** Powderkeg Sport 30m, 20
*** Scrambled eggs & honey Sport 20m, 7
*** Screaming Insanity Sport 15m, 9
** Screaming Spoonman (linkup) Sport 19m, 12
** Sister Two Strokes (linkup) Sport 20m, 10
** Three Men and A Ladder Sport 10m, 5
*** Wholly Calamity Sport 20m, 12
27 ** Animal mother Sport 10m
** Big Boy, Big Problems (linkup) Sport 30m
** Drums Not Guns Sport 20m, 11
** Eight Minute Abs Sport 12m, 7
** Full Metal Traverse Sport 12m, 7
** Gonna Fly Now Sport 30m, 16
** Grazed Anatomy Sport 15m, 9
** Ground Control Sport 12m
** Separation Anxiety Sport 8m, 5
** The Antipump Sport 10m
** Tropic Thunder Sport 22m, 5
*** Weapon of Choice Sport 15m, 9
28 * Armed to the Teeth Sport 33m, 16
** Bloody Weapon Sport 15m
*** Call of Duty Sport 25m, 16
** Four Metres of Madness Sport 4m, 5
*** Gasoline Rainbow Sport 15m, 9
In Memoriam Sport 25m, 12
Renewable Energy Sport 29m, 16
*** Spoonman Sport 20m, 11
Still on a Buzz Sport 15m, 7
Thunderbirds Sport 20m, 10
* Ultimate tensile strength Sport 10m, 6
28 to 29 Spoonmonster Sport 69m
Spoonmonster project Sport Project 69m, 18
29 *** A Kneebar Too Far Sport 12m, 6
* Assisstance is futile Sport 12m, 6
** Bring Back The Kneebar Sport 16m, 8
** Communication Breakdown/ true metal Sport 12m, 7
** Evel Knievel Sport 15m
Evil Empire Sport
Eye of the Storm Sport Project 15m, 7
** Fire the Panzerschrek Sport 28m, 17
** Knifey Spooney Sport 22m, 10
* Prime Evil Sport 25m
** Space Oddity Sport 15m, 9
*** Tropical Thunderbirds Sport 20m, 10
* True North Sport 15m, 10
30 *** Evil Wears No Pants Sport 20m, 11
*** UFO Sport 14m, 7
29 to 31 Hang High (closed project) Sport Project 30m, 12
31 ** Bite The Hand That Feeds Sport 23m, 10
* Flying saucer (project open) Sport Project 15m, 9
*** Sam's link Sport 20m
*** Thriller Sport 18m, 10
30 to 32 Pauls Wedding Present Sport Project 21m, 10
32 *** Evil Business (Closed link-up) Sport 20m
*** Friction addiction Sport 23m, 11
32 to 33 ** Esoteric Agenda (closed project) Sport Project 15m, 9
33 *** Haggisaurus Rex Sport 24m, 10
Sam Nemesis Project Sport Project 20m, 3
33 to 35 ** The Seam Project Sport Project 20m, 10
? ** Kissing the Lip (open project) Sport Project 14m, 7
La Scoop Volante Sport Project 14m, 5
? Shit On U Project (closed) Sport
Sinister Visions (Project - closed) Sport Project
The Bats, the birds and the bees Aid Project 35m, 20
M1 * Gothic Architect Aid 7m
Mad Sneaky Roofy Sport Project 6