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Description

Apon reaching the bottom of the descent gully turn left (facing out) and walk around the corner under the overhangs where it opens up to 20m walls with another shorter wall at right-angles further ahead. This is the Mullock Heap Area.

Access issues inherited from Lasseter's

No access issue - bolt away!

Ethic inherited from Lasseter's

Sport Climbing Crag

Routes

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Hard fingery start, but eases off the higher you go. Start just right of 1st bolt.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2011

Start 3m right of Fingers and just left of the cleft and fern. Climb the left side of the cave then the flake line to top. The bouldery start is over quickly then pleasant climbing to the top.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2011

Starts 8m right of descent gully, at small waist high tree stump below steep hand crack. Stand on stump to start then take left line of bolts past scoop and up nice juggy headwall.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2011

Same steep handcrack start as previous route, then take right line of bolts which trends right up steepish grey shield.

FA: Neil Monteith, 2011

Jam up the twin cracks then at second bolt take the left line of bolts traversing under roof. Follow lower line of bolts using little edges all the way to join into Dueling Drills. Finish up headwall. Long runners useful to stop rope drag.

FA: Neil monteith, 2011

Halfway along left traverse on 'First World Problem' go out bulge via heuco and up steep fingerery grey wall above. Will be 26? Bolted by Neil Monteith who isn't sure he can do the moves.

 20m right from the descent gully. Twin hand cracks up bulging wall then fantastic traverse right across face under bulging wall then up juggy face above. Superb marbled rock. If you can't jam you might have serious problems getting off the ground.

FA: Neil Monteith, 2011

The leftmost traverse. Funky last move. Good warm up, and get your belayer to 2nd it to clean.

FA: Jason Lammers & Steve Hawkshaw, 2012

Right to left leading line up a big black featured slab. The original route on this wall.

FA: Neil Monteith, 2011

The middle climb on this wall. As per the Darkness, and then thru crimpy buldge. Best on this wall.

FA: Steve Hawkshaw & Jason Lammers, 2012

Start as for The Darkness. First two bolts of TD then straight up, finishing with a slab.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2011

Up the short wall between the grey and white streaks.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2011

Leftmost route on this wall. Tricky start to a rest, then up via the jugs on the arete.

FA: Jason Lammers, 2012

The rather attractive arete on the left side of the orange wall capped with a roof. The middle route on this wall. Thin and technical start leads to sustained awesome jugs.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2011

Another link-up. Starts up the great pockets and face holds of Spot Gold then finishes up the steep part of Rumpy Pumpy.

FFA: Ben JengA, 2012

Popular and excellent link-up of Rumpy Pumpy into Spot Gold.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2011

Start on the ramp 2m right of Spot Gold. Up the line immediatly left of the cave and through the roof.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2011

The left hand route on the attractive wall adjacent to the Spot Gold wall. Start off the ramp below the left hand cave. Climb the wall, staying out of the cave for full value. Great climbing on good rock.

FA: Jon Porter, 2011

Start at the undercut, hanging arete, 4m right of Silver Bull. After the tricky undercut start, climb the arete, traverse left under the cave and up the steep wall past some dubious but solid rock to anchors.

FA: John Lattanzio, 2011

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