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Stand Start. Start on the black rock a few metres in from the lip on the left side of the cave, at a bit of a ridge 2 metres from the very back. Use Gaston like sloper and right hand pinch with feet in roof. Climb out into Fire in the Hole and top out the same.
Fire in the Hole
Sitstart on pedestal on the left edge of cave and head out right to top out
Thriller in your Hole
Start as for Thriller in Manilla, climb to jug at lower lip and head left via big move into finish of Fire in the Hole.
FA: S. Young, 2012
Thriller in Manilla
Left hand start to Rumble in the Jungle. Start off opposing edges in roof.
Hole in the Jungle
Start as for Rumble in the Jungle and finish as for Fire in the Hole
Rumble in the Jungle
Classic. Stand start from jug in cave. Strenuous roof climbing to turn lip, then face to top out.
Rumble in the Jungle (RHV)
After starting Rumble head right to lip, finishing on right side of capstone.
Proud line starting as for Bongo in the Congo in the very back of the cave, after a metre or so traverse under the roof section into Flat Head and finish as for Fire in the Hole.
FA: T. Krauss, 2014
Bongo In The Congo
Roof climbing, finishing on the starting hold of Rumble. Sit start of jugs in cave about 5m right of Rumble.
Flat Head on Fire
Start as for Flat Head and finish as for Fire in the Hole
FA: T. Krauss, 2012
Flat Head Direct
Start as for Flounder sitstart and traverse the lip leftwards, head up on crimps about 1 metre right of Rumble, finish as for Rumble.
SDS under lip 3m right of RITJ (1m left of corner). Up on slopes.
Sit start in corner as for Yoga, head right on slopers into Congaline of Suckholes and finish on top jug of same climb.
Sit start as for Congaline of Suckholes and head left via slopers into Yoga.
FA: S. Young, 2012
Congaline of Suckholes
Sit start, up black streak 3m right of Flounder.
Starts in the back left corner of the constant gardener cave, gains the slopey lip to the left of the cave, traverses the lip to the left for about a metre and heads straight up via crimps and flat juggy holds.
FA: T. Krauss, 2013
Starts in the left back of the constant gardener cave, makes three or so moves towards the lip of the cave and links into the Constant Gardener.
FA: T. Krauss, 2013
A few metres right of Congaline of Suckholes there is a bit of a cave, with a flat hold at the lip. Straight out through the cave to the flat hold, then up the slab.
SDS up over lip on knobs and up knobby slab, needs a lot of cleaning!
Smelly French Bulldog / Ode To George
SDS up black groove on slopers
FA: C. Hampton, 2014
Yeah Daddy Go Daddy
Start as for V2 out to lip sloper, then big move left to left hand crimp and sketchy mantle
FA: Chris Lang, 2014
SDS with hands matched in little cave, right hand out to sloper on lip, heel hook and difficult mantle to top
Up corner steeply on big jugs