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Walking back down the ridge from the Lunar Laser Ranger, the first major outcrop has been dubbed 'Madness Boulders'.
Over the Hill
The crack on the left on the southern side, which narrows in the middle.
The short fist crack with a looser flake at the start, a few metres right.
FA: Peter Hopkins and his mate, 1985
The right hand of two lines on the north side of the cluster. A thin start widens to a hand crack.
FA: John Finnigan, Will Steffen, 1984
A nice line. The obvious sustained crack about five metres further left.
FA: John Finnigan, 1984
The poorly protected off-width just left of 'Reefer Madness'.
FA: Ken Luck, Adam Blizzard, 1988
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