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Table of contents

1. The Colosseum 12 routes in Area

All Sport

Long/Lat: 150.576607, -34.862819

Ethic: inherited from Illawarra

Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.


The first three routes here adopted the crag name and theme of "Ken'n'Barbie Land", but unfortunately this got ignored by subsequent developers.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Slimey Ken's Knob

The first route here.

FA: Will Monks, Andrew Duckworth, Peter Monks, 1999

22 Sport 9m
2 * Barbie's Bitchin'

FA: Andrew Duckworth, 1999

22 Sport 9m
3 Unknown (A)

Giles Bradbury was called in to free either this line or Seven Eleven at grade 25 in mid-late 1999 and he named it Teflon Barbie.

Sport 11m
4 ** Seven Eleven

FA: David Brown, 2000

25 Sport 11m
5 * Chocolate Jollies

A wall for the slope specialist. Deserves more ascents to keep it clean but probably wont get em until people stop woryying about the grade!

Start: The next route right of SE.

FA: G Hill

23 Sport 11m
6 ** Pole Sluts

Similar climbibing although not so desperate.

Start: Right of CJ.

FA: G Hill

22 Sport 11m
7 * Too Cute Too Shoot

You guessed it crimping and slope slapping at its best.

Start: Next line right of PS

FA: G Hill

22 Sport 11m
8 ** Trust

A little more reasonable still hard enough to have fun on.

Start: Next right of TCTS.

FA: V Hill

20 Sport 11m
9 ** Fantastiffy

A lot better in that its hard in places. Do not let that put you off think strong and its easy.

Start: Yep right again from T.

FA: G Hill

22 Sport 11m
10 * Wonderfully Wicked Women
  1. 23m (22)

  2. -m (-) Project

FA: John Koster, 1999

22 Sport 23m 2
11 Project (A) Sport
12 Project (B) Sport

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
20 ** Trust Sport 11m
22 * Barbie's Bitchin' Sport 9m
** Fantastiffy Sport 11m
** Pole Sluts Sport 11m
* Slimey Ken's Knob Sport 9m
* Too Cute Too Shoot Sport 11m
* Wonderfully Wicked Women Sport 23m 2
23 * Chocolate Jollies Sport 11m
25 ** Seven Eleven Sport 11m
? Project (A) Sport
Project (B) Sport
Unknown (A) Sport 11m