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Between the Lunar Laser, and the courtyard is this major outcrop, with a number of solid looking crack lines. Dubbed 'Madness Boulders"



Easiest approach from the lunar laser, it's maybe 300m down the track to the courtyard


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On the Lunar Laser side of the outcrop, the track goes right underneath

The crack on the left on the southern side, which narrows in the middle.

FA: Unknown

The short fist crack with a looser flake at the start, a few metres right.

FA: Peter Hopkins & his mate, 1985

On the other side of the outcrop, clearly visible from the track are a few amazing looking cracks. Reefer madness looks stunning, and might be worth the walk

The right hand of two lines on the north side of the cluster. A thin start widens to a hand crack.

FA: John Finnigan & Will Steffen, 1984

A nice line. The obvious sustained crack about five metres further left.

FA: John Finnigan, 1984

The poorly protected off-width just left of 'Reefer Madness'.

FA: Ken Luck & Adam Blizzard, 1988


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