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Lat / Long: -37.312473, 143.710072
Two appealing looking chunks of white granite, stacked one behind the other, with a nice alpine feel to them.
On the walking track just uphill of the Slug Boulder.
★★ Alpine Style
Sit start with LH crimp on face and a right heel hook and head up the face/arete.
★ Thin Air
Stand start on crimps and top out through the scoop. Almost gets a star.
In the mountains, bad judgement can lead to death, here it simply makes for average climbing. Stand start on opposed holds.
★ Heavens to Murgatroyd
Traverse the sloping ledge right to pull onto the narrow face and mantle out.
FA: Evan.C, Apr 2016
Not pictured. The slab on the face right of Heavens to Murgatroyd. Stand start on underclings. Thrutchy and unworthy.
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