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Access issues inherited from Mountain Quarry

The gravel road into the quarry runs off the carpark on Coulston Road and has a combination-locked gate (normally locked), the code to which can be obtained from the Department of Parks and Wildlife Perth Hills District office (9290 6100). The quarry is also easily accessible on foot from the car park on Coulston Road. Don't leave valuables in your car.

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(1) 40m and 12BR. Start 10 metres right of S at the cairn. Reachy moves above the overhang, followed by pleasant climbing to the headwall and very focussed climbing all the way up the steep headwall to the arête and DBB. (2) 15m and small friends. Climb the arête and traverse off to the right and DBB.

FA: M. Rosser & J. Truscott (alt), 2007

Start at the slab 5 metres right of T2LHT. 12BR to lower offs. Good moves over the first wall then surmount the final headwall with an interesting mantle like position. This route will see more ascents than observers at a divine victory rally in the Middle East.

FA: M. Rosser & J. Truscott, 2007

3 meters left of Inside Out. 9 BR to lower offs. A climb in 3 acts. Climb the drill stem with a delicate move over the 3rd BR to stance above overlap. Left to gain corner and up to headwall. Commit to final wall and gain layback pillar with a pleasant move to win top. Last BR out of sight and over top.3

FA: M. Rosser & J. Truscott, 2007

Follow a series of glued on holds to a slopey start. Leave glued in holds and follow the arete to an exciting finish.

FA: M. Rosser & J. Truscott, 2002

NOTE: the original carrot bolts had been chopped, making it unclimbable for some years, but the line was rebolted in September 2017 with ring bolts.

The playstation just to the left of LOTD with five acts and no half-way house. Act 1; eat plenty of baby carrots and scheme to get your wife on the warpath. Act 2; climb the bulging wall with precision and positive, high thoughts. Act 3; surmount the awkward block and low traverse up the ramp. Act 4; ascend the overhanging wall with much determination and nervous energy. Retain the energy necessary to rip off a sprayed on condom for the move up to the last clip. Act 5; take the train to Mandurah, hoot, hoot.

FA: M Rosser, D. Zonta & J.Truscott, 2007

A terrifying weather-making adventure just 5 metres right of Inside Out. Launch from the block and surmount the bulging wall with 3BR to gain the interesting slab above. Ascend the slab with 2BR to gain the anti-ramp. Climb the anti-ramp with its left leaning tendencies and 2BR, and three death defying dance moves past a do or die FBB. Overcome global tilt with another gut-sucking FBB. One more BR to DBB. This superclimb was quarried and bolted over several weekends including at 0700 hours on the coldest morning in recorded WA history. Truscott even bought news shoes after ten years of wearing some old Ron Masters specials. Never, never, never give up according to Winston Churchill.

FA: M Rosser & J. Truscott, 2006

Starts as for Luck of the Draw clipping 1st BR then move right to climb the overlap with 4BR to just below the headwall. Move left at 4th BR to gain the overhanging headwall. Swing into space to gain FBB. Keep going up until you reach the lay-down area. Top section has 2FBB and 3 BR to DBB.

FA: M Rosser & D.Zonta, 2006

Follow diagonally right trending line of P's across slab then directly up to double P loweroff. 11 P's and 2 P loweroff.

FA: Mike Law

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