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Long/Lat: 146.784799, -19.342101
- Access Issues: inherited from Mt Stuart
Do not park too close to the gate yor car may be moved
During the year the car club holds races on the mountian road. during this time road access is closed.
- Ethic: inherited from Mt Stuart
-Take all rubbish home with you. -Be aware of loose rocks and other climbers who could be below you
Start at the marked "C" then take flared crack to finish. (left end of the wall)
FFA: Dave Hall, 1983
Starts 1m right of the marked "C" then move straight up (NO PRO)
FFA: Mark Gommers, 1991
Starts 1m right of "Elle" follow weakness in rock to finish (NO PRO)
FA: Owen Richmond, 1984
FFA: Mark Gommers, 1991
Start at the marked "RH" follow crack in the middle of the wall to finish (loose blocks at top)
Rock face 2m right of "Rocky Horror" climb straight up to finish (MINIMAL PRO)
FFA: John Cooper & Chris Marsh, 1992
Roots Bloody Roots
Up ledgy rock face 3m right of "Rocky Horror" move up and left to root filled corner.
FFA: Lee Skidmore, 1995
A broken line covered in a flakey black layer.
FFA: Lee Skidmore, 1996
FA: Mark Neevs, 1996
Cleft at R end of wall
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