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On "Dave, Dave, Dave of the Jungle", when you reach the roof, instead of traversing right below the roof, use the crack to the left to pull directly over the roof, then straight up the face above to the base of the dihedral.
In the upper area of the cliff are three obvious dihedrals, sharing aretes. Below these, near the base of the cliff is a small roof with a crack that runs along the back and up the right side. This climb starts below that roof.
Climb up the face to the small shelf and the up to the roof, traverse right to avoid the roof, then up to the face above the roof. Step left to the base of the left-most dihedral and climb that dihedral. From the top go up and slightly left to a pair of solid trees and anchor on those.
About 1.5m right of Dave, Dave... start up the slab to some holds just left of a small platform. Step left from this onto a slab then up beside the roof of Dave, Dave -- keeping the crack to your left. Pull up into the centre dihedral, climb this, then top-out as per Dave, Dave...
About 3m right of Randy Moss, climb the slab. Start near a set of small pockets, and climb up those trending slightly leftwards. Aim for the left side of a tiny (about 1m long and about 20cm deep) dihedral (and upside down ledge) in the slab, and climb past this then upwards. (Current: Push through a small bushy ledge to another dirt ledge with a moderate sized cedar and good cracks in the face at the back for building an anchor. Plan to re-route the finish of this climb with a bit of cleaning.)
Just right of "Slab o' Doom" is a small ledge about a meter above the ground. Pull up onto this ledge, then straight up the lighter-coloured stone above the ledge through a line of shallow pockets and small edges, keeping to the left of the obvious dark streak. (Local colour: the route was named Little Lion Face after Kate Hunt's cat Willy, AKA Little Lion Face, who had been put down a few days before the first ascent.)