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Table of contents

1. Orca Area 12 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Mostly Sport

Long/Lat: 150.574148, -34.869246

Description:

This area comprises about 3 walls, with Orca taking on the prominant arete right of the big roof. The mossy slab has some newly bolted routes that will improve with traffic.The slab to the right is quite good and should be quite popular.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Ceiling Your Fate

FA: Ant Prehn, 1991

24Trad 20m
2 *** Orca

Optional friend to protect start.

FA: Ant Prehn, Rod Young, Craig Paul, Trudy Bretherton, 1991

18Sport 25m
3 *** Korca

FA: Rod Young, 1999

18Sport 24m
4 * The Money or the Box

FA: Trudy Bretherton, Giles Bradbury, 1990

19Sport 25m
5 Left-hand Lichen / Right-hand Lichen / Project (Mossy Climb LH)

Left line of rings up the lichen covered slab.

15Sport 22m
6 Mossy Climb RHV / Lefthand Lichen / Righthand Lichen

Right line of rings up the lichen covered slab. Left handside also available.

15Sport 15m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
7 Slap & Tickle

A top little route that deserves more attention, and takes on the obvious rounded arete.

FA: Paula Simons / Mark Ashmore

17Sport 14m
8 Hairy Harriet

Start: Start at the obvious cleft about 15m to the right of the Orca wall.

FA: Rod Young, 2005

16Sport 14m
9 Snoop Dog

Enjoyable stroll, with a tricky start. Will be better with traffic.

Start: Start 2m right of the previous route.

FA: Rod Young, 2005

17Sport 25m
10 LHV start to W.I.T.W

Traverse in for an easier route

FA: Rod Young, 2005

16Sport 3m
11 What In The World

FA: Rod Young, 2005

18Sport 16m
12 Heathen

Another good fun doddle.

Start: Start on the far right hand side of the wall.

FA: Rod Young, 2005

18Sport 25m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
15 Left-hand Lichen Sport 22m
Mossy Climb RHV Sport 15m
16 Hairy Harriet Sport 14m
LHV start to W.I.T.W Sport 3m
17 Slap & Tickle Sport 14m
Snoop Dog Sport 25m
18 Heathen Sport 25m
*** Korca Sport 24m
*** Orca Sport 25m
What In The World Sport 16m
19 * The Money or the Box Sport 25m
24 ** Ceiling Your Fate Trad 20m