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Description

Lake Huntley is a lake in the West of Tasmania that is surrounded in some parts by 300 metre high cliffs. The lake is located in the Tyndall Range.

Routes

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  1. 40m (26) Unrelenting crimps and side-pulls. 15 bolts

  2. 45m (24) Sustained and tenuous climbing on small holds past 2 bulges. 15 bolts.

  3. 40m (22) Slabby finale, run out in places. 10 bolts.

FA: Ingvar Lidman & Gerry Narkowicz, 2014

  1. 18m (21)

  2. 35m (28)

  3. 17m (24)

  4. 30m (21)

  5. 18m (19)

  6. 20m Scramble

  7. 15m (19)

FA: Garry Phillips & Will Bartlett, 2012

FA: Doug Fife & Garn Cooper

TBA

FA: Steve Anterton, Kent Jensen, Julien Bell & Glen Foley, 2006

  1. 50m (27) 'The Drowning Pitch'

  2. 20m (21)

  3. 45m (24) 'Crazy Sex Pitch'

  4. 45m (26) 'Balls in a Juicer Pitch'

  5. 35m (23)

  6. 15m (24)

  7. 50m (25) 'The Golden Corner'

  8. 30m (20)

  9. 20m (20)

FA: Adam Donoghue Gareth Llewellin, 2005

FA: Adam Donoghue, Scott Camps & Gareth Llewellin

  1. 18m (17)

  2. 30m (28)

  3. 20m (25)

  4. 20m (26)

  5. 20m (25)

  6. 20m (25)

FA: Garry Phillips & Jake Bresnehan, 2010

  1. 40m Project

  2. 35m Project

  3. 30m (25)

  4. 40m (24)

  5. 45m (24)

FA: Adam & Gareth, 2007

Well protected steep slab.

FA: Gareth Llewellin & Adam Donoghue

All located to climber's right of the Main Face

  1. 35m (22) 13 bolts to DBB

  2. 35m (20) 12 bolts to DBB. Ignore DBB after 7 bolts and continue to the top.

FA: Kim Robinson & Claire, 2005

Mostly bolted but trad gear needed on some pitches.

  1. 25m (17) Fully bolted

  2. 35m (22)

  3. 30m (18)

  4. 30m (26) Fully bolted. Can pull on the crux bolt and do this pitch at 23 A0.

  5. 15m (13)

FA: Simon Young & John Fischer

Variants to pitches 2 and 4 make Big City Life possible to be climbed at grade 20. 2b) 35m (20) 3 bolts plus gear 4b) 35m (19)

FA: Simon Young & John Fischer, 2008

Located near the summit of Mt. Tyndall

Needs to be retro bolted to make it sane.

  1. 23m (23)

  2. 27m (16)

  3. 42m (19)

  4. 17m (18)

  5. 15m (16)

  6. 27m (21)

  7. 14m (10)

Warning Fixed Gear: Old bolts

The collection of boulders and smaller cliffs across from the bivy cave.

Hop onto the bunny ear looking boulder on the top left of the Dining Room View

FA: David Tan, 24 Feb 2019

Traverse across the horisontal crack from the corner to the arete then finish up the arete.

FA: David Tan, 24 Feb 2019

Up the clean but adequately featured face two tiers down from the top of the hill.

FA: David Tan, 24 Feb 2019

Start below and right of the enticing offwidth that splits the face directly across from the bivy cave. Climb easily up the thin crack then across left and up the the beginning of the offwidth. Make a few noises and shuffle up that thing.

FA: David Tan & Kim Walls, 24 Feb 2019

Buttress across from oooeee, up wide crack through bulge to ledge. Continue up easy crack. Can be done in one pitch.

FA: Harrie Van de Linde, Timmy Wong & will Jardine, 21 Jan

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