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Around the corner and up the hill from Jack Of Hearts is a gully. This is the steep crackline on the right-hand end of the wall on the right side of the gully when facing uphill, about 1m left of Queensryche.
FA: Andrew Corlass & James Falla, 1986
The arete 1m right of Ayatollah Magoo.
FA: Martin Lama & Hanut Singh-Dodd, 1990
|10||★ Queen of Diamonds
Set by Grant Baxter, 7 Aug 2015
|13||★★ The Watchtower||14m|
|13||★ Jack of Hearts
The thin seam up the middle of the wall to the horizontal break, then up to a ledge and easily over the blocks at the top. Brass micro-nuts recommended.
|8||★ Corner R of Jack of Hearts
Unlikely to be a FA, but hey, I'll claim it until someone else does.
This climb has been upgraded from 8 to 9 in the 2011 Guide Book "ROCKCLIMBS AROUND MELBOURNE" by Glenn Tempest.
Ridiculously run out to the first bolt. If your sane, you can protect the lower moves by placing trad protection in the crack of Royal Auto.
|17||★ Royal Auto
FA: Russ Crow, 1985
|17||Royalty Wall Traverse||20m, 4|
|5||The Lazy Yak||12m|
|14||Tree in a Crack
The thin crack just R of the nose leads past a tiny tree and moves right into Laras Knockers
Climbs face between 'Tree in a Crack' and 'Lara'
FA: Grant Baxter, 26 Dec 2015
|8||★ Lara's Knockers
The left of the two obvious trenches in the face where the path arrives at the crag.
|8||★ Megs's Misfortune
The right of the two obvious trenches in the face where the path arrives at the crag.
FA: 8 Mar 2009
|14/15||MM/B Linkup||16m, 2|
|19||The Royal Wave||8m|
|Nature Boy Block|
The obvious off width crack on the right hand side arete.
|16||★ Nature Boy
The shallow corner groove, just right of Camwalk. Marginal protection down low leads to a right leaning ramp/crack and topping out over some hollow sounding rock.
|Gravel Pit Tor Area|
|18||Not (Quite) the Eiger
1m left of Opossum. 1st ascent Steve Monks Solo.
FA: Steve Monks, 1976
Prominent corner off width at the far left end of Question of Ethics wall.
|24||★★ Chuck Solids
Finger tearing and bold, just right & around the corner of Mean Streak.
|26||★★ Edging Bets
|28||★★ Broken Dreams
|19||★ Blue Moray Crack
|16||★★ Silver Knight
Good moves with good natural protection.
FA: Peter Lindorff & John McMahon, 1971
FFA: Joe Verbaken, David Lia, Peter Megens, Steve Pawley, Cathy Seccombe & Eileen O'Meagher, 1975
|24||★★ High Voltage
2 FHs. Left of The Chuchu. From the second bolt, powerful span into the crack to the right and up this. Take wires for the top section. Trad anchor on top.
FA: Martin Lama, 1992
|10||★ The Chuchu
|25||★★ The Razor's Edge
Right wall of The Chuchu. Start as for Oona Poona past its first bolt. Instead of stepping left and up as for that climb, move up right to the dish and second bolt. From here continue diagonally up right and onto the run out slab.
FA: Martin Lama
|17||★ Asylum for the Insane
Crimpy edges to start past 3 bolts, followed by easy ground through a jam crack.
|17||★ Can't Buy a Thrill
Quite a nice climb now with the addition of a fixed hanger down lower. Up the face on small edges in the pale water streak, past a fixed hanger and carrot. Finish up the jam crack. Double ring bolt belay at top.
|16||★ Blue Skies From Grey
|15||★ The Long Traverse
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