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|23||Uptown Eugene RHV
|23||★ Little Rundle Street
The line 2m left of 'Trundle down rundle' - 5 bolts
FFA: Adam Gower, 22 Jan 2012
|23||★★★ Anzac Highway Amble
Up 4 bolts Lt of Grurper direct. Then traverse up and Lt past 2 more bolts to chains. DBB
FA: Tony Barker, 2000
|22||★ Grurper DS
Start: Left of 'Crossroads'
Straight up to the exciting move onto the big ledge. 3 bolts to rap station. NB: The original Grurper starts near North Terrace Stroll and gains the big ledge from the R.
|23||★ Evolution of a Wine Glass
Crossroads then diagonally right into KPDM then traverse the lip of the small roof to join Peregrine at its anchor.
|23||★★ Peregrine Pitch Two
Bear up R, then through a roof and up the wall to a DBB.
The original Peregrine 17M5 had 5 pitches but climbing above the 2nd pitch is off limits.
FA: Stuart Fishwick, Richard Horn & Doug McLean, 1970
FFA: Kim Carrigan, Jon Chester & Greg Moore, 1979
|23||Brotherhood of the Black Chicken
An eliminate! Takes a contrived lefthand version of 'Peregrine' past an additional fixed hanger. Finish at the loweroff of PRHV.
|23||★ Peregrine RHV
The most fallen off crux move at the Summit. Takes the easy juggy start below the 1st ring bolt to a big move for a well-chalked crimp/slope - and a reach out left to a jug. Finish up on the slab.
Been done ages ago but not recorded on this site. Up Eddie until it reaches out left within a move of Peregrine then finish up that route.
|22||★★ Trout Fishing in America
|The Cave Cave Bouldering|
|V3||The Iron Cross
|V3||★ Peregrine LH Footless
Footless to the 2nd bolt
Peregrine RHV to after crux then downclimb Peregrine LHV and back to start. Slightly harder in reverse.
Start with 2 finger pockets, LH move to small ledge, then RH to 1finger pocket, match on slope ledge, jug to finish.
|The Bachelor Pad|
Start up "Fat Neck" to the first bolt, continue out through the roof.
FA: Simon Wilson & Stuart Williams, 1995
|V3||★ The Fish
Same start as Fat Neck. Head slightly left and up into underclings, then follow jugs (and the bolts), jumping off when you get scared. The high chalked jug is the generally accepted finishing hold.
|V3||★★ Catch Mahi
Same start as Fat Neck, but directly right into large undercling, then to LH sloper and better RH sloper holds. Up and left through more underclings/sidepulls to good, round jug hold up under big roof.
Crouching start under KMWISF going LH into undercling, RH into gaston press with thumb catch, then ‘faith move’ to LH nubbin crimp of KMWISF (employ a good spotter). R to big scoop jug, then dyno for big jug under roof.
|V3||★ The Ballroom Slap
Stand start holding the pinch of Aftertaste Low Traverse and the finish jug of SGF. Dyno RH to a sloping jug in the top break.
FA: Steve Kelly
Starts at far right-hand end of cliff line on left side of scoop/shallow cave (questionable rock) finish up slopers on right.
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