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Local warm up route.
Bear up R, then through a roof and up the wall to a DBB.
The original Peregrine 17M5 had 5 pitches but climbing above the 2nd pitch is off limits.
FA: Stuart Fishwick, Richard Horn & Doug McLean, 1970
FFA: Kim Carrigan, Jon Chester & Greg Moore, 1979
An eliminate! Takes a contrived lefthand version of 'Peregrine' past an additional fixed hanger. Finish at the loweroff of PRHV.
The most fallen off crux move at the Summit. Takes the easy juggy start below the 1st ring bolt to a big move for a well-chalked crimp/slope - and a reach out left to a jug. Finish up on the slab.
Climb 'Peregrine LHV' and then launch up the rest of Eddie. Can also be done via the RHV start at roughly the same grade.
FA: Andy Beckworth
Been done ages ago but not recorded on this site. Up Eddie until it reaches out left within a move of Peregrine then finish up that route.
A Summit classic. Optimal power-endurance climbing at the grade. Start as for 'Peregrine' RHV but launch directly up past the 1st bolt to a 2nd. Break back left via a crimpy move (crux) into 'Pussy' and finish at the chain.
FA: Stuart Williams, 2000
Has had more laps run on it than the 'Adelaide' Oval... Start as for Eddie, then trend rightwards to the big roof. Clip the lip bolt, dyno, and finish directly at the chain. A tad harder than Eddie.
A tad easier than Tim! The direct start to Tim, climbing straight up to the roof from the right side of the Cave.
FA: Michael Hillan
Start 2m R of the corner. Climb past 2 bolts to a horizontal, traverse R to 3rd and then a technical finish to DBB on the R.
Furthest right hand line of bolts on right side of Cave as you walk in.
FA: Mark Witham & Stuart Williams , 1988