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This little area contains a multitude of boulders about 200 metres downhill from 'Mushroom Rock', and just above a slab and wall.



Initial approach as for Mushroom Rock, using the northern access. About 30m north-west of Mushroom Rock, pick out the orange tape markers going downhill and right (as you face the valley) to Hotwired. When Hotwired comes into view, zig back diagonally left and keep going downhill. If you reach the top of a cliff don't worry - turn left and follow the top of it to reach Scaramouche.



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The crack splitting the wall about 20 metres downhill of 'Scaramouche'. Good crack climbing.

FA: Dave Moten, Julie Styles, Adam Blizzard & Kieran Lawton, 1996

A superb but voracious hand crack overhanging by about two metres.

FA: John Smart & Shane Carton, 1979

5m right of 'Scaramouche' on the same boulder. A thin, overhanging corner flake with six bolts.

FA: Mike Law-Smith, 1995

10m right of 'Major Tom' on the southeastern side of the 'Scaramouche' boulder. The tenuous seam, trending leftwards.

FA: Dave Sargent & Mike Law-Smith, 1985

The short curving crack on the back of the 'Scaramouche' boulder, 5m right of Boogeybaloo.

FA: Shane Carson & Arthur Zawodski, 1979

Start on the hidden wall 20m opposite Boogeybaloo. A pleasant finger crack leads to a graunchy finish through a bulge.

FA: Mike Law-Smith & Dave Sargent, 1985

The step shaped crack 40m right of 'Scaramouche'.

FA: Mike Law-Smith, 1985

The nice flake in the courtyard behind 'Snatch it Back and Hold It'. Camalots 4 & 5 recommended.

FA: Adam Blizzard & Andy Pinkas, 1990

3m right of Patience, in the courtyard behind 'Snatch it Back and Hold It'. A really nice thin flake with three bolts.

FA: Ken Luck & Mike Law-Smith, 1995

The great little arete 100m right of 'Scaramouche' (as you face it). Sustained and technical climbing with three bolts. Gear belay.

FA: Adam Blizzard & Paul Daniel, 1991


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