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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
27 A Touch of Magic

This very short roof problem takes the obvious break in the roof two metres to the left of Soulbiter. Climb up to the break and move strenuously up to a thin rail. Move left and climb the rubble and vegetation above to the ledge.

FA: Steve Bradshaw, 1986

Unknown
26 * Soulbiter

Climbs through the large roofs below the start of Top Heavy i.e. one level below the large ledge. Start at the circle scratched in the rock.

Climb up to below the roof and then up and left to an undercling. Move through the roof following the seam and then on up the face.

FA: Evan Wiercx, 1987

Unknown
24 ** Knives in the Moon

Starts as for Superbrat/Top Heavy. Climb the first moves of Superbrat, but break through the roof immediately to the left of the peg on the lip. Climb the face to a rail and then straight through the bulges above. Finish directly up the face above.

FA: Evan Wiercx, 1987

Unknown
18 Reluctant Newton

The first pitch is poorly protected and the second pitch is scary because of two blocks that appear to be loose. Start below the Zig-Zag ledge, to the right of Sweet Fanny Adams.

(1) Climb the face to the big ledge.

(2) Climb up to the left-hand corner of the roof. Pull through and climb the recess to the top.

FA: Mike Roberts & Ian Wallace, 1979

Unknown 2
18 Long Stop
Unknown
24 * A Seal's Life is Short, Hard and Brutish

Start on the Zig-Zag ledge. Takes the bolted line to the left of Telegraph Road. Technical moves lead to a rail about two metres from the top. Finish as for Telegraph Road.

FA: Grant Murray, 1990

Unknown
21 * Camel's Direct

Start as for If Camels Could Climb, but move left at the top of the open book and then pull straight through onto the face.

FA: Gerald Camp & Andrew Russell-Boulton, 1989

Unknown
18 The Tears Behind Your Eyes

Starts just left of Republic Left Break. Climb the obvious groove with the loose block, onto the wall and up to the rail to the right of the tree. Continue up the wall and and exit right of the Pendulum gully.

FA: Craig Attwell & Steve Bradshaw, 1984

Unknown
A1 Opposition
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