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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalityUnknown, Sport and other styles
Long/Lat: 144.439282, -37.943252
- Access Issues: inherited from The You Yangs
National Park. Parks Vic website (Oct 2014) says "[...] Bookings are required for groups. Individuals are not required to book, but should check with the Park Office to enquire about the availability of sites. [...]"
|1||The Crack of Dawn||13||9m|
|2||Just Past Dawn||16||9m|
|3||In Broad Daylight||15||10m|
|4||Right Before Your Eyes||15||10m|
|5||Right Before Your Eyes Direct Finish||19||10m|
|6||Right Under Your Nose||18||13m|
|7||Right Under Your Nose Alternate Start||13||7m|
|8||Clear as Day||14||12m|
|9||Heart of Darkness||24||20m|
|11||Nightfall R-hand Variant||15||14m|
Things That Go Bump in the Night
Probably worthless, and much easier now a huge part of the flake came off. Still pretty flexy, and sharp where it broke, don't go putting any cams behind the upper flakes.
Starts up the big flake of TTGBITN, then L and up via 2 BR's. Possibly slightly easier that the flake is gone, but still about 21.
Wilkinsons Sword - Nightcrawling
Climb WS to 2nd bolt, then L and up into Nightcrawling; a good combo. 4 BR's.
Variant finish to Nightcrawler. At the 3rd bolt traverse right 3m then up.
FFA: Hazza, 2014
Nice sustained face climbing, start at left end of wall as for Knightmoves and climb face 2m right of arete. 5 BR's.
FFA: Hazza, 2014
|19||Narrow Downhill Face of Boulder 10m Below Midnight Lightning||20||9m|
|21||The Falling Dark||17||11m|
|23||Fade to Black||18||14m|
|24||The Left Hand of Darkness||16||14m|
The left side of the arete, don't pike around the R side, even at the top. 3FHs, rebolted 2014.
FA: Will Monks, Ben Cirulis, 2004
|13||Right Under Your Nose Alternate Start||7m|
|The Crack of Dawn||9m|
|14||Clear as Day||12m|
|15||In Broad Daylight||10m|
|Nightfall R-hand Variant||14m|
|Right Before Your Eyes||10m|
|Things That Go Bump in the Night||13m|
|16||Just Past Dawn||9m|
|The Left Hand of Darkness||14m|
|17||The Falling Dark||11m|
|18||Fade to Black||14m|
|Right Under Your Nose||13m|
|Right Before Your Eyes Direct Finish||10m|
|20||Narrow Downhill Face of Boulder 10m Below Midnight Lightning||9m|
|Wilkinsons Sword - Nightcrawling||15m|
|24||Heart of Darkness||20m|