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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bushranger Bluff Main Wall
3 Bullet Buttress

Pleasant.

Start: Start 20m L of Melville's Cave.

FA: Keith & Maurice Leslie, 1967

Trad 20m
9 Holdup Line

Very nice.

Start: Start just R of BB.

FA: Maurice & Keith Leslie, 1967

Trad 20m
14 Holdup Line Direct Finish
Trad 20m
11 Stage Coach

Up via the offwidth slot then finish as for LB.

Start: Start just R of HL.

FA: Ceri Law & Geraldine Thompson, 1981

Trad 20m
11 Working Class Hero

Short chimney then finish as for SC.

Start: Start just R of SC.

FA: Bill Andrews, Ceri Law & Ian Wilson, 1980

Trad 20m
10 Long Bow

The groove with snap-o-licious flakes and a tricky finish.

Start: Start 1m R of WCH.

FA: Ed Briner & Norm Osborne, 1970

Trad 20m
11 Ckup

Line immediately right of Long Bow.

FA: Adrian Ridgley, 1994

Trad 20m
17 Kerfuffle

Start at crack two metres left of Ckinell but climb up grey slab on left to an easy stance directly below large thread through. Straight up to middle of the two steep roofs. There's an under cling with a rattling tooth like block that is not going anywhere. Tricky gear and pumpy to place but regular gear can be found. Once over the roof same line as Fracas to the top or ledge to rap anchors right.

FA: Freya Hik & Hywel Rowlands, Dec 2017

Trad 28m
16 Fracas

Start at crack line 2 metres left of Ckinell, up crack, route gradually veering left into second crack line, then through large guano filled pocket and jug hall through the easier section of roof above pocket. Easy climbing to top or ledge to rap anchors right.

FA: Hywel Rowlands & Freya Hik, Dec 2017

Trad 28m
18 Lost Gold

The overhung arete 1.5m left of Ckinell. Limited gear at roof and pumpy to place.

Trad 28m
14 Ckinell

The slightly overhung corner. Beware snapping holds especially on the poorly protected start.

Start: Just L of Melville's Cave.

FA: Paul Gillis & Norm Osborne, 1970

Trad 28m
12 Ckinothe

Long traverse.

Start: Start as for 'Ckinell'.

FA: Paul Gillis & Norm Osborne, 1970

Trad 52m
25 Repo Man

Out through big roof in the main cave.

Start: Start beneath L side of Melville's Cave.

FA: Geoff Little, Maureen Gallagher & Jon Muir, 1988

Trad 25m
26 Climber-Model Denialists

Mosey up to the cave via the L crack, launch out onto 'Repo Man''s lip jugs, then veer R and up on good but spaced holds past 2 FH's into the finish of 'Cricket Bats In A Box'

FA: Douglas Hockly, 2017

Mixed 20m, 2
22 Cricket Bats in a Box

Poor pro. The R side of the cave to a sickle flake, then L.

Start: Start below the R side of Melville's Cave.

FA: Jon Muir & Geoff Little, 1988

Trad 25m
9 Cave Climb

Step R from cave to ledge. Then up corner or nose, both with poor pro.

Start: Start as for CBiaB.

FA: Maurice & Keith Leslie, 1967

Trad 30m
12 Horse Drawn

Wall and overhang.

Start: Start 5m R of Melville's Cave.

FA: Peter Martin & Ian Howe, 1980

Trad 20m
13 Sexless Sue

Chossy crack then overhang.

Start: Start 10m R of Melville's Cave.

FA: Norm Osborne & Ed Briner,

Trad 20m
13 Sue's Crutchless Knickers

Cracks, then finish up gully or up crack on L.

Start: Start 8m R of SS.

FA: Andrew Corlass, James Falla, Teddy Bear Thompson & Sue Magoo, 1983

Trad 20m
7 Little Revolver Crack

Discontinuous cracks.

Start: Start just L of RC.

FA: Unknown, 2000

Trad 20m
6 Revolver Crack

The deep crack.

Start: Start 20m R of Melville's Cave.

FA: Maurice & Keith Leslie, 1967

Trad 20m
14/15 Hangman

As for RC then head R up thin crack. Good rock, exciting finish.

Start: Start as for RC.

FA: Bill Andrews & Julie Tulloch, 1975

Trad 25m
15 The Ghost of Melville

-ATTENTION: There is an active Bee hive on the route, take care- The major corner, facing the second cave.

Start: Start 3m R of RC.

FA: Bill Andrews & Julie Tulloch, 1975

Trad 25m
12 Big Dog's Cock

Presumably this climbs just R of the corner taken by TGoM...but the write-up doesn't say.

Start: Start R of 'Hangman'.

FA: Mark Witham, Steve Reynolds, Merilyn Reynolds, Michael Hartman, Rhonda & Emil

Trad 28m
22 Red right hand

Up in the Nick Cave, the roof climb with one bolt A full inversion is needed for this roof

Mixed 10m, 1
10 Six Wet Troopers

The least mossy line.

Start: Start about 3m right of BDC.

FA: Michael Hartman, Mark Witham, Steve Reynolds, Rhonda & Emil

Trad 28m
Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bushranger Bluff Back Wall
3 Trooper

FA: Peter Martin

Trad 10m
7 Trooper One

Crack to break, then go 2m R and up crack.

Start: The smooth grey wall just L of the walk-down gully, start 1m L of small cave.

FA: Peter Martin, 1981

Trad 10m
13 Trooper Two

Start just right of the cave, heading up until level with the top of it, then head diagonally up left until above the centre of the cave and continue straight up from there.

FA: Peter Martin, 1981

Trad 10m
6 Trooper Three

The crack with a hard start.

Start: Start on the R side of the grey wall.

FA: Peter Martin, 1981

Trad 10m
2 Cartridge Arete

Jugs.

Start: Start at the arete R of the walk-down gully.

Trad 10m
6 Cartridge Wall

wall between Cartridge Arete and Cartridge Chimney

Trad 10m
6 Cartridge Chimney

The chimney.

Start: Start just R of CA.

FA: Bill Andrews & Julie Tulloch, 1975

Trad 10m
7 Dead Ned

A nice little line. Start up the left edge of the orange wall, then step right and proceed up the weakness on good holds

FA: Unknown, 2000

Trad 10m
14 Kelly Watch the Stars

The fun starting move up to the vertical finger slot directly up the wall between the grooves of Dead Ned and OC. Well protected.

Trad 10m
15 Orange Crush

The crack.

Start: Start 3.5m R of CC.

FA: Tod Truscott & Oscar Poll, 1990

Trad 10m
6 Cobb & Co

The steep orange corner facing L.

Start: Start 0.5m R of OC.

FA: Bill ANdrews & Julie Tulloch, 1975

Trad 12m
10 Tullah's Pleased

Start 3m left of Tullah's Tease and up the bouldery start. Straight up through the middle of the orange face on ripper incut jugs. Stay in the middle of the face the whole way up. Protection is great all the way.

Trad 12m
7 Tullah's Tease

Layback for 5m then step R into crack.

Start: Start 5m R of C&C.

FA: John Fisher, 1983

Trad 12m
16 Rubbery Under Arms

Up the pockets through the overhanging wall, about 4m right of 'Tullah's Tease', then continue easily up the line above.

FA: Michael Creek, 1986

Trad 12m
Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Declaration Crag Area Declaration Crag
16 Pot Boiler

Start 8m left of 'The Ferrets Are Coming', below a rock step. R up vague ramp then up.

FA: Bruce Sutherland & Keith Lockwood, 1984

Trad 12m
17 Tonic (original)

As per the description for Tonic but see different line on topo - I did this with Lou Shepherd 30 yrs ago and that was the line then.

Trad 12m
17 Tonic

Start: As for 'Pot Boiler' to horizontal break then right and up.

FA: Lockwood & Sutherland, 1984

Trad 12m
21 R The Ferrets Are Coming

Harder than it looks and fiddly to protect. Once graded 17! 21 for tall people and/or topropers. Line 7m left of 'Craddock Crack'. .

FA: Peter Watson & Mike Law

Trad 12m
9 Craddock Crack

The left-most deep crack on the roadside face.

Trad 13m
18 Raiders of the Lost Crack

Start 1m right of 'Craddock Crack'. Up 3m, left across 'Craddock Crack'. to freaky block on arete, then up crack 3m left of arete.

FA: Auston Rotheram & Tom Greenwood, 1984

Trad 15m
10 Kristies Finger

Think this is the front of the little buttress immediately right of 'Craddock Crack', starting as for 'Raiders of The Lost Crack'.

FA: Mark Thomas & Kristie O'Brien, 2005

Trad 12m
2 Sunny Gully

Hard start, then easy

FA: Unknown, 2000

Trad 12m
8 Marshmallow Sea DS
Trad 14m
7 Marshmallow Sea

Start as for 'Deck Gully'. Move L to the sparsely protected smooth wall facing the road. The undercut direct start is a bit harder.

FA: Kevin Lindorff & Ken Taylor, 1975

Trad 14m
2 Deck Gully

The rightmost deep gully facing the road.

FA: Unknown, 2000

Trad 12m
20 Brit Milah

High traverse that circumscribes the wall above Deck Games. The original purpose of the 'mystery' bolt. Start at top of 'Deck Gully' at the obvious traverse line. There is gear that protects the step out to clip the bolt. Scamper along the traverse line clipping a bolt on 'All Decked Out' you get to the front of the block. Up and belay.

FA: Mark Wood, Ben Storey & Steve Wilson, 9 Jul 2011

Mixed 12m, 2
27 All Decked Out

Up nice little face, trending left past 2 FH, from start of 'Deck Games'.

FA: Gordon Poultney, 2000

Mixed 12m, 2
25 Deck Games

Very appealing rock.

Start: Start under the nice bulgy orange buttress closest to the road.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1984

Mixed 13m, 1
26 New Wave Winos

Start as for Saggitarian, head left under bulge and dyno up left through it past a carrot bolt hammered into a break like a piton. Yes, you read that correctly, and that's why I've attributed the route to Mike Law as surely noone else would have thought this was a great idea. I just TR'd it.

FA: Mike Law, 1983

Trad 15m
24 Scorpio

Left-hand finish to Sagittarian (Grade could be suspect )

FA: Ingvar Lidman

Trad
23 Sagittarian

Steep crack 6m left of 'Sickle' to break, then move R and up past a bolt, onto easier ground.

FA: Peter Millington & Adrian Jones --, 1969

FFA: Kim Carrigan, 1978

Mixed 12m, 1
21 Sagittarian Variant Start

Start as for Slip Knot and head up left to the bolt on Sagittarian. Easier and better than the original.

FA: Unknown, 1 Jan 2014

Mixed 15m, 1
22 New Wave Wanks

Start up 'Slip Knot', then left across 'Sagittarian' to the arete, and a hard move up R to jugs.

FA: Phil Bigg & Chris Shepherd, 1983

Trad 15m
19 R Slip Knot

Start 1m right of 'Sagittarian' and up poorly protected wall just right of the bolts.

FA: Kevin Lindorff, Mike Law & Mike Stone, 1977

Trad 12m
7 Taya

Good beginner's lead. Start just left of the plaque and right of the small overhang. Climb the wall between 'Hammer' and 'Slip Knot'.

FA: Taya Cross & Glenn Mostert, 1997

Trad 12m
4 Hammer

Great beginner's route. Start as for 'Sickle' and go up this a little way then step left to short ramp then up shallow corner.

FA: Doug Hatt, 1964

Trad 12m
9 Sickle

Obvious wide crack on north-west side of Dec Crag, left of the smooth wall. You can't get lost.

FA: Garry Kerkin & Co, 1965

Trad 13m
16 R Marmot's Mall

The nice face between 'Sickle' and 'Little Thor' gets classed as "serious" as it has seen plenty of groundfalls and a death. However, the pro is fine if you know how to put it in. Treat it as an exercise to see how much you can place.

Start 3m L of 'Little Thor', immediately right of 'Sickle'. The nice glassy face with small cracks for wires and hardest moves at top. Note the arete just to the R has been done at 18.

FA: Rowan Webb, Dave Parkhurst & Kevin Sheehy, 1966

Trad 12m
20 R Little Thor

The lovely right-facing flake corner bordering the left side of the great blankish north-west wall. It's a pity that it gets heavily top-roped. Climb the right-facing flake/corner with hard moves past the little roof then keep cranking up slightly left to the top. Gear has a habit of unzipping on people; consider placing a directional at the start and being generous with the draws.

FA: Ian Guild & Peter Smith --, 1965

FFA: Ian Lewis & Joe Friend, 1974

Trad 12m
23 Little Thor Direct Finish

After the crux on 'Little Thor', continue straight up instead of scuttling off left. Take a bolt bracket.

FA: Toshihiko Hijakata, 1988

Mixed 5m, 1
24 Look Sharp

Up weakness 8m right of 'Steps Ahead' to first bolt. Go slightly right to second bolt and hard moves lead to pin. Finish up right.

FA: Kim Carrigan & Tony Dignan, 1979

Mixed 15m, 2
22 A New Toy

Bouldery crux. Up crack 2m left of 'Problematic' to bulge and bolt. Onwards.

FA: Stuart Hickson & Allan Wilkie, 1982

Mixed 15m, 1
24 Remembrance Day

From the finish of 'Problematic', traverse L across the top of the wall with a piton, 2 BRs (take brackets), and a slung knob for pro.

Start: Start as for P.

FA: Chris Shepherd & Kim Carrigan, 1982

Mixed 20m, 2
22 Problematic

The short bulging crack on the right-hand side of the north-west-facing sheer orange wall.

FA: Kim Carrigan & Chris Baxter, 1979

Trad 10m
17 Hog Jowls

Start left of 'The Pleb'. Up to ledge, traverse L to corner.

FA: Paul Hoskins & Phil Wilkins, 1996

Trad 20m
13 Sir George

Start left of 'The Pleb'. Nice crack to ledge then bulge.

FA: John Fisher, 1984

Trad 20m
5 The Pleb

The chimney on the south-west side of the outcrop.

FA: Chris Baxter & Andrew Smith, 1966

Trad 27m
Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Colosseum Wall Area Comic Strip Wall
21 Sausage of the Century

Bouldery start then L into the line.

Start: Start at the vague line towards the L end of the wall.

FA: Jon Muir, Rod Young, Mike Law-Smith & Glenn Tempest, 1981

Trad 12m
21 Oogie Boogie

A pair of weaknesses lead to a bulge, which succumbs to a layback/mantle.

Start: Start just R of SotC.

FA: Mark Barnett & Rod Young, 1981

Trad 12m
22 Boogie Boogie

A miniscule direct middle to Oogie Boogie.

FA: Douglas Hockly & Wendy Eden, 2 Nov 2015

Trad 15m
18 Limp

In the same vein as Je Sui Un Legend, links all the easiest bits of the existing routes to create an conceptual megaclassic. Unfortunately the climbing is only one star. Start up Oogie Boogie, go diagonally right to join the top of Asteroids and finish up it. Up the slab (a touch runout) and right up the corner to finish. Its possible to keep traversing from the final corner/groove to the chains of Hyperspace Bypass (below top of cliff).

FA: Douglas Hockly & Wendy Eden, 7 Oct 2015

Trad 20m
20 The Wizard of Id

Steep jugs, crack, face.

Start: Start R of OB, just L of overhangs, beneath small flake on bulge.

FA: Rod Young & Mark Barnett, 1981

Trad 15m
20 Popeye

Past the alarming jammed blocks forming a roof, R and up weakness past ledge to top.

Start: Start under the jammed blocks in the overhangs R of WoI.

FA: Rod Young & Mark Barnett, 1981

Trad 20m
22 Asteroids

Overhang, mantle, then weakness on R.

Start: Start just R of P at the obvious V.

FA: Rod Young & Chris Shepherd, 1981

Trad 20m
23 Vogon Destructor Fleet

Start right of Asteroids, head up to small v in overhang below bolts. Follow bolts through bulges, then 2 bolts trending right through head wall to shared anchor with HB. Take a small rack to supplement bolts, including microwires.

FA: Wendy Eden & Douglas Hockly, 17 Oct 2015

Mixed 20m, 4
22 Hyperspace Bypass

Up short corner 2m right of VDF to bolts, then up right line of bolts in head wall, finishing left to shared anchor with VDF. Take a light rack including a 3 camalot and microwires to supplement bolts.

Mixed 20m, 4
22 Hyperspace

Shallow corner then R through bulges.

Start: Start at bushes R of A.

FA: Chris Shepherd & Rod Young, 1981

Trad 20m
27 Letting Go

The others noodled around for a few days cleaning up the easy stuff, then Moorhead produced this! Sustained, with a strenuous bouldery crux. In fact, two bouldery strenuous cruxes now that a hold has broken lower down.

Start: Start at short flake 10m R of H.

There is a bolted direct start by Peter Stebbins at about 27 - don't know if he did it or anyone else has.

FA: Mark Moorhead & Jon Muir, 1981

Mixed 20m, 1
25 Failing New Romantic

Original start was climbing the tree, but the tree has now fallen down. Bolt added to start to stick clip and batman, old carrot replaced. Up short layback crack type weakness. Originally given 24 with a rumour it was hard for the grade.

Start: Start at the next flake R of LG that doesn't reach the ground.

FA: Steve Howden, Chris Shepherd & Kim Carrigan, 1982

Mixed 15m, 2
28 Slime Time

Originally 26 in the best of Law sandbagging tradition. Quite good, and not particularly slimy. Reachy though, looks way harder below about 6' reach. Two bolts replaced 2015. Start: Start R of FNR.

FA: Mike Law & Paul Hoskins, 1982

Mixed 15m, 2
16 Yakshini

The line just L of the arete.

Start: Start on the black back wall of The 'Thimble' which faces 'Comic Strip Wall', 1m L of the arete.

FA: Hanut Singh-Dodd, Kasia Kazimierczak & Martin Lama, 1992

Trad 11m
19 The Last in Line

The arete.

Start: Start just R of Y.

FA: Martin Lama & Hanut Singh-Dodd, 1992

Trad 11m
16 Nothing Too Serious

Short corner then R and up.

Start: Start 1m R of LiL.

FA: Martin Lama & Hanut Singh-Dodd, 1992

Trad 10m
24 R Stabbur

Beware loose block. Adequacy of pro is unknown. Join NTS at the top.

Start: Start 3m R of NTS, just L of tree.

FA: Patrik Alsebv & solo, 1995

Trad 12m
18 Thimble

The crack.

Start: Start beneath the R side of the front face.

FA: Kevin Lindorff & Peter Lindorff, 1977

Trad 9m
22 Pinpricks of blood

Long moves between good holds. Start direct. 3 Camalot sized cam handy. Finish right onto the arete.

Muki Woods has done a variant start called wingspan with a bolt coming in from DDD - reachy 23

FA: Douglas Hockly & Paul Deacon, 1 Jan 2009

Trad 10m
23 Wingspan

Start on arête up and left past bolt up to break 3cam finishing out right on arête small wire to high anchor

Set by muki woods

FFA: muki woods, 25 Jul 2014

FA: muki woods, 25 Jul 2014

Mixed 10m, 1
24 Drowsy Drivers Die

The arete.

Start: Start 2m R of T.

FA: Roland Foster & James Anderson, 1989

Trad 9m
Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Colosseum Wall Area Colosseum Wall
16 Crucifixion

Grunt your way up the offwidth crack on the wall around left from 'The Rack'.

FA: Chris Dewhirst, Alec Campbell & Bruce Osborne, 1966

Trad 12m
22 Blasphemy

Start at the arete just L of 'Christian Crack'. Up the corner on the arete, trend right past FH and up arete with some fiddly gear.

FA: Kim Carrigan & Louise Shepherd, 1979

Mixed 15m, 1
20 Christian Crack

Excellent sustained climbing up the line with great pro. A borderline classic. There are two striking cracks on the wall on the left side of 'Colosseum Wall' - this is the left one.

FA: Chris Baxter & Andrew Smith (aid), 1966

FFA: Joe Friend, 1974

Trad 13m
18 The Rack

People rave about this being a brilliant jamming testpiece, when in fact its a one move wonder ... so ticking it doesn't prove you're a jamming maestro. It's a very nice little climb though. The crack 3m R of 'Christian Crack'.

FA: John Ewbank, 1968

Trad 13m
21 The Bolt

Start just R of 'The Rack' and go up past the BR.

FA: Russell Chudleigh, 1984

Mixed 13m, 1
5 Spasticus

The scrubby corner.

Trad 10m

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