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Table of contents

1. The Elephant 7 routes in Sector

Trad and Sport

Long/Lat: 116.787568, -34.825663


Includes the elephant's trunk & head, as well as the full-height slab immediately to its right.

Access Issues: inherited from Mount Franklin

The area boasts some endangered fauna and flora and care must be taken to not damage any of the flora that inhabit Mt Franklin. Removal of plants could result in climbing restrictions.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Purveyors of Matters Large and Small for the Masses

Start 15m left of Hannibal.

  1. Up past 11 bolts then gear in the corner L of Hannibal. DBB.

  2. Continue up blocks to top.

FA: Matt Rosser, Jim Truscott, 2004

18Mixed 77m 2, 11
2 Saracen

As for Hannibal to the third bolt, then left and up the crack on the side of the elephant's trunk and head.

19Mixed 82m 3, 3
3 *** Hannibal
  1. 40m 20 Straight up the slab of the elephant's trunk, with carrot bolts and natural gear to DBB.

  2. 30m 17 Continue straight up. No pro for the first 8m.

FA: @kentpaterson

20Mixed 70m 2, 6
4 * Lector Connector
  1. 50m 20 As for Hannibal to the 5th bolt, then diagonally right past 4 bolts to rap anchor.

  2. 30m 18 Up steep slab trending right past 2 bolts then scramble to the top.

FA: Mark Thake, Jeremy Scott, 2007

20Mixed 80m 2, 9
5 Trick or Treat

The pocketed crack 15m right of Hannibal.

18Trad 90m 2
6 * Where Eagles Dare

Water streak 10m right of 'Trick or Treat'.

  1. 30m 18 Slab past 7 carrot bolts to DBB.

  2. 30m 18 Slab past 8 carrot bolts to DBB.

  3. 25m 14 Up past 5 bolts to DBB.

18Sport 90m 3, 8
7 * Granitarium

Nice slab climbing with carrot bolts and a few medium cams.

  1. 30m 17 Up slab to short L-trending cracks (medium cams), then to DBB.

  2. 30m 13. DBB.

  3. 27m 11. Mostly trad with a trad belay.

17Sport 85m 3, 6

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
17 * Granitarium Sport 85m 3, 6
18 * Purveyors of Matters Large and Small for the Masses Mixed 77m 2, 11
Trick or Treat Trad 90m 2
* Where Eagles Dare Sport 90m 3, 8
19 Saracen Mixed 82m 3, 3
20 *** Hannibal Mixed 70m 2, 6
* Lector Connector Mixed 80m 2, 9