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Thus shinny wall looks down on the hut. The crack lines are Mt Somers draw card and thus there are some excellent routes. Take lots of wires and a range of small-mid cams and enjoy.


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FA: Margrette Alm & Tom Johns

A long groove with 2 distinct sections. Start up the crack with minimum pro. At the bushes follow the bolts up the face and the arete.

FA: Murray Judge, 1994

Climb past the bolts under the protruding block and then up the crack. The gear is good, but its often tempting to escape to near-by bolts

FA: Murray Judge, 1994

Has been climbed by traversing left at the fourth bolt and back right at the seventh, a direct ascent would be much harder.

FA: Murray Judge, 1994

A sustained line keeping to the aréte, climbed with two rests.

FA: Murray Judge, 1994

A sustained route cleaned and climbed by Andrew on his first visit.

FA: Andrew Macfarlane, 1994

Thin bridging up to the superb finger crack.

FA: Murray Judge, 1994

The double cracks. One attempt with two rests.

The left facing corner, jamming and some fine bridging towards the top.

FA: Jay Kinsman, 1994

Start up Kentucky Fried Kea and traverse right at the horizontal break. The remainder of the climb follows the bolted arete.

FA: Murray Judge, 1994

The groove right of Orange Roughy.

FA: Murray Judge, 1994

Past two bolts and up a thin crack.

FA: Wayo Carson, 1994

A long consistent crack, that takes wires and small cams. Most clip the 1st bolt on dogfish before moving right on the crack.


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