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From the Poachers area, walk through the cave and exit through a passage that pops out underneath 'Anakey to Life'. Head downhill for a few metres then turn left and back under the boulders.



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The arete downhill from 'Anakey to Life' with four bolts to lower-offs. Sharp on the tips. Originally led with a rest on the top bolt.

FA: Mike Peck & Gordon Poultney (24M0), 1987

FFA: Mike Law-Smith, 1988

The clean cut chimney in the corner halfway between 'Motown' and 'Technocrat'. Well protected with tubes and larger cams.

FA: Ray Lassman & Norm Booth, 1974

The hand crack in a slabby stepped buttress. From 'Crazy Mama' walk downhill and right (facing the valley) along the base of a broken buttress for about 50 metres.

FA: Peter Mills & Lincoln Hall, 1975

The hardest route in the ACT for quite a while, climbed on the seventh separate attempt. The thin and technical arete with six bolts.

FA: Mike Law-Smith, 1988

Two bolts up the slab on the boulder opposite Technocrat. Bolt belay.

FA: Ana Diaz & Daniel Gordon, 9 Jan 2014

Straight up the middle of the slab using the first two bolts on Crossmoss.

FA: Thurein Halpin, 2017

Introductory Route on the left hand side of the Anamosscity face

FA: Amelie Burrell, Mar 2017

Start on the boulder below 'Technocrat', 10m left and around the corner from Anamosscity. Climb the wall with three bolts, moving left and up at the third bolt.

FA: Mike Peck & Adam Blizzard, 1988

Takes the arete four metres left of 'Party Plate Glass'. Well protected (as usual) with four bolts.

FA: Simon Carter, Mike Peck & Ken Luck, 1987

Knob cranking up a short wall facing the valley past two bolts. From 'Drunk and Disorderly' walk downhill for 10m then duck through a narrow gap on the left. Turn left for 10m then down a short gully and left to find the climb. There's no gear to be found, and descent is by rap/scramble off the top

FA: Adam Blizzard & Craig Kentwell, 1988


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