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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Victoria North West Arapiles Bushranger Bluff Main Wall
9 Holdup Line

Very nice.

Start: Immediately right of 'Bullet Buttress'. A steep wall leads to a baby chimney, then up easily and step left into BB.

FA: Maurice & Keith Leslie, 1967

Trad 20m
11 Working Class Hero

Short chimney then finish as for 'Stage Coach'.

Start: Just right of SC.

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

Trad 20m
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
24 Repo Man

Out through big roof in the main cave. Downgraded to 24 in recent guide.

Start: Beneath L side of Melville's Cave. Then the thin wall above.

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

Trad 25m
13 Sexless Sue

Start 10m right of Melville's Cave. Climb the rotten crack and go through the overhang at the top.

FA: Norm Osborne & Ed Briner, 1970

Trad 20m
7 Little Revolver Crack

Discontinuous cracks.

Start: Start just L of 'Revolver Crack'.

Trad 20m
6 Revolver Crack

The deep crack.

Start 20m right of Melville's Cave.

FA: Maurice & Keith Leslie, 1967

Trad 20m
14 Hangman

Lovely rock to start, and a dramatic exit to finish.

Start: As for 'Revolver Crack' then head R up thin crack.

FA: Bill Andrews & Julie Tulloch, 1975

Trad 25m
15 The Ghost of Melville

-ATTENTION: There can be a Bee hive on this route, take care- ( none Sept 2018) The major corner, facing the second cave.

Start: 3m R of 'Revolver Crack' up major corner facing second cave. Step left to finish.

FA: Bill Andrews & Julie Tulloch, 1975

Trad 25m
Victoria North West Arapiles Bushranger Bluff Back Wall
7 Trooper One

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

Start: 1m left of small cave on the grey wall just left of the descent gully

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
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: 3.5m right of CC.

FA: Tod Truscott & Oscar Poll, 1990

Trad 10m
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
Victoria North West Arapiles Closed Declaration Crag Area Declaration Crag
17 Pot Boiler Right Hand Variant

Incorrectly labelled as 'Tonic' when first put on The Crag. FA details on this alternate finish for 'Pot Boiler' are unknown.

Start as for 'Pot Boiler' but continue heading right then up gross looking crack.

Trad 12m
21 R The Ferrets Are Coming

Once graded 17! 21 for tall people and/or topropers. Fiddly to protect.

Start 7m left of 'Craddock Crack' and head up left leaning crack before moving back right.

FA: Peter Watson & Mike Law, 1976

Trad 12m
9 Craddock Crack

This baby offwidth was possibly first climbed by Bob Craddock.

The left-most deep crack on the roadside face.

Trad 13m
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
7 Marshmallow Sea

Move left to the sparsely protected smooth wall facing the road.

Start: As for 'Deck Gully' but move left and up, finishing past the small overhang.

FA: Kevin Lindorff & Ken Taylor, 1975

Trad 14m
27 All Decked Out

This is the 2 FHs up the nice little face trending L from 'Deck Games'.

Start: As for 'Deck Games'.

FA: Gordon Poultney, 2000

Mixed trad 12m, 2
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 trad 12m, 1
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
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 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 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 trad 5m, 1
29 Steps Ahead

Sustained crimpiness up microscopic edges.

Fixed hangers up beautiful wall 3m R of 'Little Thor'.

FA: Jean-Marc Troussier, 1984

Sport 18m, 4
26 Hit the Deck

Originally climbed by Claw with a rest and named "Wild Drugs and Crazy Sex".

As for 'Look Sharp' to first bolt, then move left and up the wall past more bolts.

FA: Mike Law

FFA: Roland Foster, Philby & Eric Eastern Brown, 1984

Sport 18m, 4
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 trad 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 trad 15m, 1
24 Remembrance Day

From the finish of 'Problematic', traverse L across the top of the wall under small roof-line with a piton, 2 BRs (take brackets), then over rooflet and left past a slung knob for pro.

Start: as for 'Problematic'.

FA: Chris Shepherd & Kim Carrigan, 1982

Mixed trad 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
Victoria North West Arapiles Closed Declaration Crag Area Brain Death Boulder
V3 Traverse
Boulder 10m
23 Brain Death

Follow the wide crack the whole way up.

FA: Henry Barber

Boulder 5m
V3 Brain Death - Piker's Variant
V2 S
Boulder 6m
Victoria North West Arapiles Colosseum Wall Area Comic Strip Wall
21 Oogie Boogie

A pair of weaknesses lead to a bulge, which succumbs to a layback/mantle. Start just R of Sausage Of The Century.

FA: Mark Barnett & Rod Young, 1981

Trad 10m
20 The Wizard of Id

Steep jugs, crack, face. Start R of OB, just L of overhangs, beneath small flake on bulge.

FA: Rod Young & Mark Barnett, 1981

Trad 10m
22 Asteroids

Overhang, mantle, then weakness on R.

Start: Start just R of 'Popeye' at the obvious V.

FA: Rod Young & Chris Shepherd, 1981

Trad 20m
25 Failing New Romantic

The original start climbed a tree, which since fell down. Now there is a bolt and you need to batman the start.

Start at the next flake R of 'Letting Go'. Batman, then layback with difficulty up weakness past another bolt. Originally given 24 with a rumour it was hard for the grade.

An independent right hand start which goes free from the ground has been bolted, still a closed project.

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

Mixed trad 15m, 2
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, before landing on the ledge. From here you work your way back right, and the theory is that you finish up the arete, but inevitably the holds lead you further right, such that it feels contrived to avoid finishing up 'Christian Crack'.

FA: Kim Carrigan & Louise Shepherd, 1979

Mixed trad 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, 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
14 Nero

The crack requires a bit of jamming.

Start 3-4m R of the 'Spasticus'.

FA: Philip Stranger & Andrew Smith, 1966

Trad 13m
14 Tom Thumb

The layback corner.

Start 1m R of 'Petro-Fy'.

FA: Bruno Zielke & Fred Langenhorst, 1969

Trad 15m
16 Castration

LH crack in narrow buttress, then R to a pair of thin cracks.

Start beneath the roadside-face of the buttress.

FA: Paul Gillis & John Bowen, 1970

Trad 15m
16 The Martyr

The bottomless corner.

Start 2m R of 'I've Got A Big Honker'.

FA: Julie Tulloch & Bill Andrews, 1975

Trad 11m
Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area White Mice Walls
21 Controlled Burn

Starts on left side of the wall immediately left of 'Bermuda Triangle'. Up to where a series of wedged blocks in a horizontal break leads right. Follow this rightwards until you are nearly at the BT roof then climb strenuously straight up to top using a series of pockets. - Fun!

FA: Richard Curtis & Phil Armstrong, 1978

Trad 20m
Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area Bum Rocks
22 Fingersmith

Slab just L of small overlap then L to arete.

Start: Start 3m R of the bumcrack.

FA: Wayne Jensen & Gavin Jensen, 1989

Mixed trad 16m, 2
Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Slander Wall
16 Evelyn's New Clothes

The thin corner.

Start: Start just R of arete.

FA: Evelyn Lees & Louise Shepherd, 1982

Trad 12m
Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Left Fork
24 A Loaded Gun

Flakes to BR then R and up.

Start: Start 10m R of 'Feel It Closing In'.

FA: Roland Foster & Allan Wilkie, 1982

Mixed trad 10m, 1
18 I'm A Little Dinosaur

Lovely positions up the prominent grey arete, starting on the R face at first.

Start: Start about 15m up the scramble of 'King Rat Gully' Left Fork. The start can also be accessed by climbing 'Scylla' or 'Charybdis' for 15m then walking L along the ledge.

FA: Mark Moorhead & Rod Young, 1981

Trad 25m
18 I'm A Little Asteroid

Move R up the slabby corner then launch up the smooth face 5m R of IaLD. 'Small' gear is all that's keeping you off the slab at first.

Start: Start as for IaLD.

FA: Geoff Donovan, 1987

Trad 25m
15 Scylla

An excellent approach for Dinosaur and Asteroid. The obvious thin finger crack in the dihedral. Eats up small cams

Start: Start just R of 'King Rat Gully' Left Fork.

FA: Roland Pauligk & Ann Pauligk, 1966

Trad 15m
15 Charybdis

Start: Start a couple of metres R of S.

  1. 15m (15) The R crack to the ledge.

  2. 15m (14) The wide crack in the L-facing corner above the ledge.

FA: Roland Pauligk & Ann Pauligk, 1966

Trad 30m, 2
Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Right Fork
22 Glory Rodent

The awesomely steep line is made easier by a few faceholds.

Start: The first steep line you get to on the L wall of KRGRF.

FA: Kevin Lindorff & Peter Lindorff, 1976

Trad 20m
18 King Rat

Another awesomely steep line.

Start: Start 4m R of GR. Clip piton at your own risk. Sharp.

FA: Roland Pauligk & Derek Lord (1 aid on piton), 1967

FFA: Dave Neilson, 1971

Trad 20m
23 Purple Denotes Bruising

Fingery moves. The original crap bolts were replaced in 2003.

Start: Start R of FB, beneath the huge chockstone above the gully.

FA: Mike Law & Chris Shepherd, 1982

Mixed trad 10m, 3
Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Rye Wall
17 Catcher

The main crack on the wall used to be very hard when it was graded 16! There are 2 odd chipped crucifixes at the base.

FA: Philip Stranger & Chris Dewhirst, 1967

Trad 13m
Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Skydiver Wall
21 Smile

Steep groove, delicate slab. Had a lower-off added around 2003; you can also walk off via KRGRF.

Start: Start on the L end of 'Skydiver' Wall, just L of a nose.

FA: Mike Law, 1982

Trad 12m
22 Free Admission

Straight up well protected wall.

Start: Start 1m R of EMM.

FA: Chris Shepherd & Joe Lynch, 1981

Trad 12m
22 Easy Does It

Seam with two bolts.

Start: Start 1m R of FA.

FA: Chris Shepherd & Joe Lynch, 1981

Mixed trad 12m, 2
19 Candy-O

Face, around L side of block, wall above.

Start: Start 1m L of R.

FA: Ant Prehn & Rod Young, 1982

Trad 15m
22 Spasticus Autisticus

It is possible to climb into Retardation but you can suspend the disbelief and stay on the wall. The climbing sends you rightwards after that anyway.

Mistakenly named Austisticus Spasticus in Simey and Glen's guide. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6isXNVdguI8

FA: Mark Wood, 2005

Mixed trad 17m, 3
26 Sustained Metaphor

A classic piece of Mike Law funkness. Start left of 'Skydiver' beneath the bolt and try your best to get off the ground and reach the sanctuary of the seam above (crux). Once into the seam, continue up the obvious line (grade 23 this section) via technical face climbing and more bolts. Pull through the top bulge on slopers and finish easily.

FA: Mike Law, 1982

Trad 25m
21 Skydiver

Up the corner, moving out L about halfway - this can be done higher or lower, as shown in topo. Then up face to ledge with rap anchor.

Start: Start 3m R of SM beneath appealing orange corner.

FA: Keith Egerton & Kieran Loughran, 1978

Trad 30m
23 Dead Metaphor

Link up of Skydiver to Sustained Metaphor. Start up Skydiver until the horizontal weakness at about 8m. Go L along this to the groove on Sustained Metaphor, and up this to the top. Great sustained climbing.

FA: Unknown

Trad 25m
23 Beside Myself

Start: Start 1.5m R of S.

  1. 18m (23) Up the RH corner, then 2 bolts to double bolt belay.

  2. 12m (21) L almost to arete, then up just R of arete.

FA: Mike Law & Greg Garnham, 1982

Mixed trad 30m, 2, 2
Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area Lizard Procrastination Pinnacle
21 Cruel Consistency

The steep thin crack and direct through the overhang.

Start: Start on the back face of the Pinnacle (near the R end of 'Skydiver' Wall, described in 'King Rat' Gully).

FA: Glenn Tempest & Rod Young (with illogical finish). DF by Mike Law, 1982

Trad 15m
21 English Ethics

More like a RHV than a separate route...

Start: Start as for CC.

FA: Mike Law & Robin Miller., 1982

Mixed trad 15m, 1
11 Lizard Procrastination

One of Araps' earliest routes.

Start: Start beneath the front face (the one facing Dec Crag).

  1. (6) Up the chimney to large ledge on the left

  2. (11) Up

FA: Mike Stone & Ian Guild, 1964

Trad 50m, 2
Victoria North West Arapiles Pilot Error Cliffs Baby Buttress
21 Metronome

A hard start leads right to a juggy overhang, then head left and up.

Start: On the nose of 'Baby Buttress'

FA: Rod Young, 1980

Trad 15m
15 ScarIet Sage

Climbs the tricky crack in the middle of the wall past two bulges and a small cave.

Start: Start at tiny crack in middle of wall under a cave higher up.

FA: Lindorff, 1977

Trad 10m
18 Wascal

Up the diagonal crack two meters right of Scarlet Sage, then left and up.

Start: Start two metres right of Scarlet Sage.

FA: Mike Law

Trad 10m
Victoria North West Arapiles Pilot Error Cliffs Cobwebs Gully
24 Astral Plane

Bridge to gain short crack, bolt, then right and up, bolt and finish on a larger crack at top. Has had a rap anchor added.

Start: Start high in the gully on the right hand or main wall looking into the gully, at a stone step towards the back.

FA: Chris Shepherd & Ian Anger, 1981

Mixed trad 15m, 2
18 Gilt Edged

Start: Start 10m R of 'Cobwebs', at the smooth crack in the right wall at the mouth of the gully.

  1. 30m (18) Up the crack to ledge then jam the slick crack and left through the roof to next ledge and then belay at ledge.

  2. 10m (18) 'Steep' jamming to roof then headwall.

FA: Kevin Lindorff, Philip Armstrong & Dave McLean, 1977

Trad 40m, 2
Victoria North West Arapiles Pilot Error Cliffs Kryptonite Krack Area
23 Thanksgiving Sunday

The thin dogleg crack behind dead conifer.

Start: Start on the wall below 'Kryptonite Krack'.

FA: Chris Peisker, 1977

Trad 12m
23 Kryptonite Krack

Prance up the inverted trench, exit L.

Start: Start beneath the main diagonal crack through the steep bulge.

FA: Greg Child, 1978

Trad 14m
Victoria North West Arapiles Pilot Error Cliffs Pilot Error Area
20 Pilot Error

More than popular One move wonder. Start: Start at far left hand end of ledge.

Pilot Error is graded as 20 in the Mentz & Tempest Arapiles Guide Book.

FA: Ian Anger, 1980

Mixed trad 12m, 1
14 Tarzan

Was 12 in previous guides! Given that the start move is outrageously hard for 13 that might have been from the time when 12 was the hardest route at the crag. Easily done in one pitch with extenders.

Start: Start at next break through overhang R of C-D-S.

  1. 15m (13) The corner and easily up ramp.

  2. 18m (13) Traverse left between overhangs, then up on jugs to top.

FA: Clive Parker & Chris Baxter, 1968

Trad 33m, 2
19 Togrul Khan

Pull through overhanging corner to bomber locks in corner crack and continue up ramp to pedestal and juggy wall on left.

Start: Start just right of 'Tarzan'.

FA: Rod Young & Jeremy Boreham, 1977

Trad 15m
22 Fixed Smile

Short variant to 'Togrul Khan'. Climb right arete, either from left or right past fixed sling (which was originally fencing wire!).

Start: Start just R of TK.

FA: Mike Law, 1982

Trad 12m
10 Mesa

Originally graded 6 via the ordinary chimney, and not highly rated. Now that the loose bits are gone, the start has been straightened out up the face off the boulder, and a lower-off has been added, this is one of the best easy grade routes in this part of Araps, with a wide variety of climbing.

Start: Start off the top of the big boulder on the ledge.

FA: Graham Squire & Clive Parker, 1966

Trad 33m
18 Daily Planet

Superman is lurking!

Start: Start at the R end of the 'Pilot Error' Ledge, R of the caves.

FA: Mark Moorhead & Rod Young, 1980

FA: (RHV by Michael Woodrow, David Karla & Anthony Bishop), 1992

Trad 20m
22 Strombeante

Roof above 'Togrul Khan' past two BR. Inadvertently retrobolted after the FA. It's a bit necky getting to the first bolt. The direct start from the bottom of the wall has been done (Smith Hoskins, 4/5/96), as has the sit start (!!) (Hoskins, 14/5/96).

Start: Start above 'Togrul Khan'.

FA: Geoff Weigand & Peter Croft (both solo), 1986

Sport 15m, 2
Victoria North West Arapiles Pilot Error Cliffs Lois Lane Wall
20 Excuse me Lex

Link up of Excuse me while I belch into 2nd pitch of Lex Luthor. Do as one big pitch to get grade 20

Trad 32m
25 Debutantes and Centipedes

Trend R to arete past 3 RBs. Crux to break then tend leftwards past good trad to loweroff.

Start: Start L of the blunt arete.

FA: Mike Law & Mike Law-Smith, 1981

Mixed trad 25m, 3
24 X Lois Lane

Amazing how many people commandeer the blunt end on a bold route!

Start: Start R of C roughly in the middle of the wall.

FA: Kevin Lindorff, Tony Dignan, Matt Dunstan & Peter Lindorff, 1979

Trad 20m
17 Reunion

From such beginnings at age 18, 10 years later he was in on Australia's first ascent of Everest. Quite nice anyway.

Start: Start a few m R of LL beneath the only significant crackline.

FA: Lincoln Hall & Norm Booth, 1974

Trad 25m
Victoria North West Arapiles Atridae Cassandra Area
19 The Last Disco Dancer

Technically interesting climbing up the wall L of 'Cassandra'. Clip the first bolt on 'Cassandra' then veer L and up past three more bolts. The crux moves are pulling past the final bolt into a bottomless crack/pocket. A few slabby moves off L gains the ledge and the lower-off anchors.

FA: Glenn Tempest & Karen Tempest, 29 Jun 2015

Sport 18m, 4
22 Cassandra Direct

Slippery and technical. The pikers variant to 'Pain Street'.

Start: Start up 'Cassandra'.

FA: C Peisker, 1978

Sport 23m, 6
23 Pain Street

While this is very nearly a sport route, it's important to place gear past the last bolt to avoid a nasty swing into the slab if you fall off the crux.

Start: Start as for 'Cassandra Direct'.

Mixed trad 15m, 7
Victoria North West Arapiles Atridae The Flight Deck
27 Have a Good Flight Direct Start

Start as for Jetlag, 2m Left of the original but finish up HaGF instead. Still great climbing even though the Jetlag finish has been added.

FA: Kim Carigan, 1984

Sport 20m
30 Afterburner

Climb all of 'Jet Lag' (via the original direct start) then launch onwards into a final boulder problem above the chains.

Start: Start as for JL.

FA: Ingvar Lidman

Mixed trad 25m, 7
29 Jet Lag

Start: Start left of the big corner of "Orestes", about 4m Left of It'll Never Fly.

FA: Geoff Weigand (Kim Carrigan climbed the first 8m (grade ~27) as the direct start to Have a Good Flight), 1984

Sport 18m, 8
24 It'll Never Fly

Thin steep face then traverse left to arete. Up arete (#2 BD cam) to lower-off.

Start: Just left of 'Orestes'.

FA: Mike Law, 1982

Sport 30m, 5
25 Have A Good Flight

Climb It'll Never Fly almost to arete, then cut back diagonally right and up to another bolt (exciting) then up to anchor.

Start: As for It'll Never Fly.

FA: Chris Shepherd, 1982

Sport 18m, 6
23 Orestes

You can climb all of pitch 1 and the good bit of pitch 2 in a single mega pitch, then step left to the anchor of 'Afterburner'. It's a great shame that this new anchor wasn't placed 2m to the R on the front of the arete, as this would have allowed the leader to clean their own gear, but as it is someone will need to second if you do this extended version.

Start: Start at the big corner on the Flight Deck.

  1. 20m (23) Up corner to piton and continue stemming, after sustained bridging, to the big white blob of rock, hand traverse right past piton to belay stance and rap anchor. The loose LHV to this pitch goes L from the top of the corner to a ledge, back R over difficult bulge via shallow groove, then exits L.

  2. 20m (19) From ledge move back left and up corner crack to top, walk off.

FA: Jim Newlands & John Bennett, 1966

FFA: Kim Carrigan (1st pitchand LHV 13/3/84), Glenn Tempest (2nd pitch & 8/76), 1979

Trad 40m, 2
27 Detestes

Up, 4 bolts. 2nd and 4th bolts are scary to clip.

Start: Start between 'Orestes' & 'Plimsoll Line'.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1986

Mixed trad 15m, 4

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