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Victoria North West Arapiles Colosseum Wall Area Comic Strip Wall
28 Slime Time

Originally 26 in the best of Law sandbagging tradition. Quite good, and not particularly slimy. Reachy though, looks way harder below about 6' reach.

Start R of 'Failing New Romantic'. 2 bolts up the seam, step L, then finish past a couple of fixed wires.

FA: Mike Law & Paul Hoskins, 1982

Mixed trad 15m, 2
Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area Light Fingered Gully
28 Shagadelic
Trad 35m
Victoria North West Arapiles Pilot Error Cliffs Cobwebs Gully
28 Cobwebs

Follow the overhung seam up the middle of the wall with a piton, from the diagonal follow up final crack then finish as for 'Astral Plane'.

Start: On middle of right hand wall looking in.

FA: Mark Moorhead, 1981

Trad 20m
Victoria North West Arapiles Pilot Error Cliffs Kryptonite Krack Area
28 Superman

Previously a long standing open project that was speculated for years prior to its first ascent. Literally a 5m (hard) boulder problem.

Start: Start between KK and AF.

FA: Stuart Wyithe & Dave Jones, 1995

Trad 15m
Victoria North West Arapiles Atridae Agamemnon Area
28 Height of Fashion

Up the thin crack to PR, with difficulty to good flake, then another hard move up L. Move R to easier climbing.

Start: Start just R of M.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1982

Trad 20m
Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes Gully Steel Delinquency Pinnacle
28 Down To Zero

Short flake, fixed wire, to BR. Up wall then L to flake.

Start: Start on ledge 5m around R of MS.

FA: Mark Moorhead & Jon Muir, 1981

Mixed trad 18m, 1
Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes D Minor Pinnacle
28 Cadenza Direct

Start just R of the original arete start for 'Aardvark'.

The black groove to the ledge, then the short steep thin crack above

FA: Ian Speedie & John McLean (aid), 1966

FA: freed to the break at 19M3 by Alec Campbell, 1966

FFA: Dave Jones & Rich Heap, 1996

Trad 18m
Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Upper Central Gully The Torture Chamber
V7 4) Out thin seam
Boulder
Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Krondorf Area Boulders Pinch Arete and Pebble Wall
V7 Trackside Reverse

Crux pull on of ‘10’ then press left to climb left arete. Cool.

Boulder 2m
V7 10

Sit start at low flake, press left to side pull and dyno to top. Right arete is out.

Boulder
Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Krondorf Area Boulders Oops boulder
V7 V7

On the trackside of the boulder. Gain vague scooped arete from the left

Boulder
Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Krondorf Area Boulders Krondorff Boulder
V7 11

Sit start. R hand on sloper and L hand on Gaston. Through R side of roof

Boulder
V7 12

Sit Start. Start under R of roof then out and up seam and slab

Boulder
Victoria North West Arapiles Bluffs Bluff Major Bluff Major West Face
28 On the Prowl

The steep arête right of Missing Link following three bolts up and right into the finish of The Prow. Start 3m left of Station to Station.

FA: Gordon Poultney

Sport 20m
28 Final Departure Direct Finish

Straightens out the top section of the original, making it much better.

FA: Zac Vertrees

Mixed trad 6
28 Required

Start just R of 'Unrequited'. A more fingery version of Slopin' Sleazin' perhaps?

FA: Ingvar Lidman

Sport 15m, 3
Victoria North West Arapiles Castle Crag
28 The Caretaker

Up Undertaker to about 6m, then left and up past bolts. Dave has bolted and been working on an independent start.

FA: Dave Jones, May 2013

Sport
Victoria North West Arapiles Voodoo Area Voodoo Buttress
28 Roundabouts

‘The archetypical wall of impossible-looking rounds’ – Louise Shepherd guide. Very sustained. Up arête 1m right of PV to prominent undercling, then reach to sloper. Crux moving past this to a small horizontal slot (bombproof double RPs), then onwards up slope-riddled slab. Traverse right to First Blood anchor.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1986

Mixed trad 15m, 3
Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds The Pharos Uncle Charlie
28 Ciela

Really fun arete slapping. Please do not climb this route during nesting season (August to December). Start beneath the hanging nose.

FA: Uwe Eder & Axl Krapf, 1995

Sport 20m
28 India

An amazing line through some steep bulges. It will work your shoulders and test your footwork as you try to unlock its hidden secrets. Fixed wires protect the crux, great condition as of 07/2020.

Start: Start on the R side of the awe inspiring blank bulging orange face. Up crack before stepping left into the difficulties. Finishes out right up easier ground

FA: Kim Carrigan & Kevin Lindorff, 1982

Trad 25m
28 The Great Escape

Climb directly into 'Escape' without bridging.

FA: Mike Weeks, 1998

Sport 20m
Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds The Pharos Back Wall
28 Slopin' Sleazin'

Pure face climbing funkness. Originally graded 25 and worked on via some very dubious gear. Climbs the crazy groove 10m R of Lamplighter past 4 ringbolts to a DRB anchor. Super technical and sustained, with a variety of options available for undertaking the crux, none of them particularly a giveaway! Unconventional and classic moves make this one of the best routes at Arapiles.

FA: Mike Law, 1983

Sport 15m, 4
28 Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death

Climb 'Shivers' until the 'Judgement Day' traverse line, then head straight up through the roof (bolt) and follow the seam, joining Shivers' 2nd pitch near the top.

Start: Start as for 'Shivers'.

FA: Ingvar Lidman, 2005

Mixed trad 45m, 1
Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Pharos Gully Spellbinder Area
28 Free Fingers

Desperate.

Start as for "Spellbinder".

Go up Spellbinder for 8 metres to ledge. Move right, up short, left-facing corner and over bulge to bolt (#4RP placement en-route). Move right again then up to easier climbing. rap as for Spellbinder

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1986

Mixed trad 20m, 1
Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Yesterday Gully Upper Gully
28 Smear Campaign

Start as for Lunatic, continue up the arete and then tend R. Has it's own chains.

FA: Gordon Poultney, 2010

Sport 20m, 6
28 Yesterday Direct

Excellent sustained face that leads directly to the crux of 'Yesterday'.

Start just right of Yesterday and climb past bolts to join that route. (The original direct started at the boulder 10 metres right of Yesterday and traversed 3 metres left. Grade 27)

FA: Kim Carrigan via a start further to the right at 27. Ingvar Lidman added the even more direct start as described in 2001., 1984

Trad 25m
28 Use No Chooks

Stick-clip bolt, climb tricky start and continue past more fixed gear.

Start: Start about 12 metres right of "Yesterday"

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1984

Mixed trad 25m, 2
Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Pharos Boulders Finalgon Boulder
V7 Finalgon

Left to right traverse. Optional sit start adds value but doesn't change grade.

Boulder
Victoria North West Arapiles The Watchtower Faces Kitten Wall Area Tjuringa Wall
28 Lats Have Feelings Too

It's hard to say which is less repeated - 'Tjuringa', 'Akakage', or this. Once you see the line, you'll know why. A massive traversing affair that starts as for 'Common Knowledge' 2nd pitch, but then keeps heading left (under Akakage) to a (hard) crux lip encounter (very old bolt) and an outrageous headwall finish.

Start: Start at the first belay of 'Common Knowledge'.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1984

Trad 25m
28 Orgasmo

One of the most significant additions to this wall in 25 years. Originally equipped back in the dark ages. Very hard wall climbing protected by a mix of trad, then bolts - but still very exciting. Starts as for 'High Mum' then when level with the large flakeline (below the notch), drop down to the left and gain 'Tjuringa Wall' proper via a heinious crux sequence past a bolt. Trend up and leftwards to the undercut horizontal and finish as for 'My Soul to Keep'.

FA: Ingvar Lidman, 2000

Trad 35m
Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Henry Bolte Wall
28 Slinkin' Leopard

Surely one of the best route names in the country.

Start 3m R of 'The Fortress'. A slopey traverse R is protected by a bolt (stick clip). Up past two more bolts before heading L to the crack. Up more easily with trad gear and one more bolt to anchors.

FA: Geoff Weigand, 1984

Mixed trad 20m, 4
28 Straight Outta Compton

AKA Straight Outta Wackford.

As for Wackford Squeers Direct, then arbitrarily follow the difficult C-shaped sickle to the L in the upper section (rather than the obvious line of least resistance).

FA: Geoff Weigand. Carrigan had climbed the lower section on, 1985

Mixed trad 25m, 3
Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Mysteries Wall
28 Super Pooh

Tweaky

Climb the bulging arete to the right of Pooh Sticks - beware the tweak factor!

FA: Ingvar Lidman, 2008

Sport 15m, 5
Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group High Dive Gully
28 Lats in the Belfry

Originally graded 30, it has settled as a solid grade 28 and offers the longest piece of continuous steep climbing at Arapiles.

Start as for High Dive (although the FA started by traversing in from Belly Flop).

At the major horizontal break prior to its crux head left and launch up past cam slots to a piton, don't trust this (back it up !), but continue anyway through to "Power, Corruption and Lies" and another, even more horrible piton. Ignore this and instead, clip the 2 bolts and continue straight up to finish as for Cellular Destruction.

(Don't escape off R to the arete after the letterbox slot lest you be ridiculed by the climbing community)

FA: paul smith

Mixed trad 20m, 2
Victoria North West Arapiles Far North Lower Curtain Wall
28 Showstopper

One very, very hard move.. hence the name.

FA: Paul Hoskins, 1999

Sport 35m, 3
Victoria North West Arapiles Far North Werewolf Area
28 The Vampire

A good find by Muki Woods finishing up the funky wall to the right of 'Werewolf'.

Start: Start as for 'Tribulation'.

FA: Ingvar Lidman, 2009

Sport 18m, 8
Victoria North West Arapiles Far North Far North Bouldering Caving Boulder
V7 Traverse
Boulder
V7 Sit start
Boulder
V7 V7 Problem
Boulder
Victoria North West Arapiles Western Side Cyclop's Eye Area
28 The Bolshevik Connection

Desperate start past bolt with insitu krab. After 2nd FH move left past another to finish as for Is Your Washroom Breeding Bolsheviks? The bolts are looking a bit cruddy.

FA: Nathan Hoette, 2003

Mixed trad 12m, 3
28 Is Your Kitchen Cooking Communists

Same desperate start as for The 'Bolshevik' connection but at second FH go straight up past a third FH to thin crack.

FA: Nathan Hoette, 2003

Mixed trad 12m, 3
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Campground Closed Campground Boulders
V7 Inspector Gadget

Long deadpoint to slopey crimp from slopey pockets.

FA: Matt Adams, 2000

Boulder 4m
V7 Inspector Gadget Left

Starts with the same moves as Inspector Gadget then head out left to crimp rail & finish up at Ultra Deluxe

Boulder
V7 Butt Gravity

Sit start low under the roof matching a slot, then out to a pocket, crimp, then BIG move up and left to a good 4-finger pocket. Join 'Silly Putty' at the top. Sharp.

FA: Julian Saunders, 2000

Boulder 5m
V7 happy camper

As per Grampians bouldering guide.

Boulder
V7 Button Mushrooms

Start as for 'Butt Gravity' but head directly out to traverseline of Race Eater. Traverse right all the way to the start of 'NSAM' and finish up this.

Boulder
V7 No Sex After Mushrooms LHV

Start as for the original problem then head left and up through the sloper and edge. Rarely done.

Boulder
V7 Hip Flexor

The RH line. Starts on a hold below the sloper traverse line then gains this and heads right via some small crimps, slopers to eventually finish up the V1.

Boulder 4m
V7 Plus

Another variation within the Butthole Cave. Starts as for 'Minus', then bisects the 'Worm Saloon' traverseline via a big move out to the lip.

Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Campground Titanic Boulder
V7 Problem#4
Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Flat Rock Epsilon Wall Bouldering
V7 The Show Must Go On

start in back of cave, come thru underclings, gain the lip climb left and top out on final jug.

Boulder 5m
V7 Primus Balerinus

Start: Takes a right-trending line across the wall starting just right of 100 Pound Club's start holds.

Boulder
V7 Pussy Power

This line starts from a low sit start (left of the route 'Let X=X') using an undercling, then traverses left across small crimps to better holds in the break on the final face. Finish at the high pocket. Very reminiscent of 'Seam Grip' at Andersens.

FA: Sophie King

Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Ground Control Caves Middle Cave
V7 Captain Tonnelli

Upgraded from V5 to 7 in 2016 Bouldering Guide. Which seems fair!

Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Ground Control Caves Lower Cave
V7 Woody Guthrie

Lower Cave.

FA: Toni Lamprecht, 1999

Boulder
V7 God of Thunder

Lower Cave.

FA: Toni Lamprecht, 1999

Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Amazing Boulder
V7 Cardigan St Massacre
Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Love Boulder
V7 Lust

Start as for "To Hate To Love" to the ledge before the roof. Mantle the ledge up to a high LH two finger pocket and continue delicately up the headwall to better holds.

Boulder
V7 Ministry of Love
Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Jungle Boulder
V7 Lisa Machete

Small LH seam and good RH edge. Pounce to a pocket then top out up the groove. FA Alistair Robertson.

Boulder 3m
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Understanding Boulder
V7 Understanding Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Darjeeling Express Boulders
V7 Beverly Hills Cop

Sit start on a good crimp and move up

FA: Ricardo Toto Monetta

Boulder 2m
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Taipan Wall
28 R Daedelus

This alternative second pitch to Seventh Banana is rather runout at times, but it's also an incredible sustained line. May not yet have seen a ground up ascent. Start at the first anchor of Seventh Banana. Up Seventh Banana pitch 2 for a few moves then move L (crux past the first bolt), and blast up the somewhat sparsely bolted grey streak to the top. Between the last 2 RBs it rejoins Seventh Banana for a few metres, then heads left again. 6 RB's & DRB anchor. There's some optional cam placements but they don't reduce the runouts much. Rebolted 2017.

FA: Julian Saunders (26M1) & Dave Jones (28), 1997

Trad 28m
28 Chinook

As for Sirocco pitch 2 past the first bolt (doing it's crux), then move L and up for 25m of new climbing between Seventh Banana and Sirocco to the top. You can also approach from Seventh Banana, by stepping R after doing the crux on p2.

FFA: Graeme Dick, Jun 2013

Sport 35m
28 Cardigan Street Pitch 2
Sport 25m, 7
28 The Seventh Pillar (Free Variant)

This short variant halfway up the second pitch was the final link for the whole line to go free. Break L from the top of the initial fat flake/corner on pitch 2 of TSP, 2 bolts and hard moves take you over the bulge and up the thin face to gain the guano-stained flake on the original.

FA: Dave Jones & mid 90s?, 2000

Aid 7m, 2
28 Seventh Pillar Direct Finish

A superbly positioned bouldery little pitch. Makes a logical 3rd pitch for The Great Affair now that that has been freed. Start at the second belay of The Seventh Pillar. Blast up the surprisingly overhung headwall, trending a little R, past 2RBs and a medium cam. Lower off anchor. Rebolted 2018.

FFA: Dave Jones (2000ish?)

Mixed trad 12m, 2
28 Nether

Almost completely superseded by Sneaky Snake, especially until the start bulge gets freed. But still worth recording, for those who can't climb 33! Start 8m R of Naja. Stick clip and batman 5m to first bolt to bypass the blank bulge, then follow the awe-inspiring water grooves in the incredible steep sheer wall. Finish at the half-height DRB. 70m rope recommended. The low bulge has reportedly almost been freed, but will be MUCH harder - open project. In April 2013 Quentin Chastagnier tried a variant start about 5m to the left, on trad, which included a sideways downwards jump from a break to a hold on the lip!

Set by Lee Cossey

FA: Lawry Dermody, 2006

Sport 30m, 8
28 Groovy

Takes one of Taipan's best scoop lines and is ultra classic in it's own right. Start 10m up L from the base of Invisible Fist. This scramble/traverse is 10m off the ground and trickier than it looks.

  1. 25m (28) Groovy. Follow the disconcertingly holdless groove, deviating left around a blank bit at 15m via some crux cranks. Exciting finish well above bolt to rap anchor (30m to ground). Can feel very hard for 28 until you work it out.

FA: Rich Heap, 1997

Sport 25m, 6
28 Anaconda

Suffocatingly powerful. Usually led as one giant pitch. Start at large expanding left-facing flake 8m right of World Party.

  1. 18m (21) Not a great pitch. Expanding flake (FH), then traverse left across break (FH) and up slab to chain belay (15m rap). A few medium-large cams are useful.

  2. 30m (28) Straight up (2 FHs) to stance on the left, then rightwards out bulge with sustained endurance climbing up to big roof. Over 2 roofs into water runnel above (2 FHs), then head off left (but not into World Party) and up to anchors. 60m rope is enough to lower off to 1st belay, if belayer is on the 1st belay.

FA: Malcolm Matheson & Simon Mentz, 1993

Mixed trad 60m, 2, 8
28 Venom

The popular first pitch is a beautiful scoop of rock with a tenuous traverse and remarkably sustained climbing for the length of the scoop. The business is a little short to rank up there with Taipan's very best, but it's still awesome. Pitch 2 is rarely done but is an absolute blast. Start at the DRB atop Kaa p1, accessed as described above. (There is an old direct start with a couple of bolts (described on the Spurt Wall page), but nobody bothers with it).

  1. 20m (28) This pitch is almost a sport route as it contains a few fixed wires to supplement the bolts, but most people also put in a few medium cams. It's a very popular pitch due to its squishy grade, and is many climbers' first 28. Step right past RB and up reachy wall past wires to big break. Swing over rooflet (wire) then traverse R across scoop. Pump up the subtle R arete of the scoop (2 RBs + wire) then a tricky conclusion up L to break. Clip-and-go lower-off (16m to ledge, 30m to ground).

  2. 20m (26) Traverse 5m L from the lower off then up the red scoop (bolt, med cams) into cave above (optional 2no of carrot bolt plates on spacious ledge: pitch 1 originally went to here). Out right side of cave to top and lower off (80m rope recommended). Rebolted 2017. This pitch is most easily approached via Mr V.

FA: Steve Monks early, 1995

Mixed trad 60m, 2, 4
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Spurt Wall
28 Naughty Tickle Town

The trad placement has now been retroed - silly poms can keep using the #2.5 Fr if they wish. Another new bolt has thankfully straightened the half height deviation to the right, eliminating the ridiculous tough cross-through clip of the 'Academia' bolt.

Start: Start from near the R-hand end of the bouldering traverse, about 5m R of Kaa.

FA: Richard Heap, 1996

Sport 15m, 5
28 Spurt Girl

Very hard single crux move. 'Campus' slopy rails. One of the best 'lines' at Spurt. Four FH's. Nick Sellars tried to rename this route after some obscure Baghdad Cafe cake. The name didn't stick.

FA: Nic Sellars (UK), 1998

Sport 15m, 4
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre The Snake Pit
V7 Waiting in the Air

An 8-move traverse into a big dyno.

FA: Klem Loskot, 2000

Boulder 3m
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Citadel
V7 Yoyo

Vague sit-start in the middle of the wall - then up the central line via a small sloping feature and shallow pocket. As fingery as it gets.

Boulder
V7 Skidmark

in a small 'toilet' cave directly behind ammagamma 20m, stand start matched in left pocket, big move right to pocket then directly up to slot, top out through gap in roof. very good could have been done eons ago but couldn't find any history on it.

FA: cairo hazell, 2 Aug 2013

Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Cave Club
V7 Full Cream

A direct start to 'Skim Milk' - finishing as for that problem.

Boulder
V7 Whipped Cream

Start as for Full Cream and make a big throw right to blocky holds trending up to finish at the highest hold on the face. Good and dynamic.

Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Summerday Valley Wall of Fools
28 Zero Blunder

A very tough face.

Start: Start about 15m L of 'Milupa', 10m R of 'Innocent Fool'.`

FA: Jared McCulloch, 1990

Mixed trad 25m, 5
28 Milupa

The well publicised left side of the arch is probably the toughest route in Summerday.

Start: Start beneath the L side of the arch.

FA: Martin Scheel Feb/Mar, 1989

Mixed trad 25m, 4
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Echidna Wall (bouldering)
V7 Crouching Leopard Hidden Pansy

Start up Crouching Leopard Hidden Orchid to the crux then head left to the pocket of the V3-4. You only get the V7 if you traverse into the V3-4 above the side jug and don't use it.

FFA: Adam Demmert, 15 Oct 2016

Boulder
V7 Live long and Prosper

Start as for Vulcan Grip and head left and up increasing in difficulty to a final mono before popping to the welcome jug

FFA: adam demmert, 24 Sep 2016

Boulder 7m
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Amnesty Gun Buttress
V7 Artillery
Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Amnesty Upper Gun Buttress
V7 Silent Observer

Sit start on the right arete on the juggy feature. Make your way up the arete to top out.

Overhung arête right of Minute Man.

Boulder 5m
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Gas Boulder
V7 Earth Summit
Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Rocks on Blocks Boulder
V7 Mr Knox

Sit start buried in the back of the cave on a good undercling feature.Climb out left through the roof to tricky moves gaining the lip and up the arete and dihedral feature. Glorious line!

Boulder
V7 Mr Fox

Start as for Mr Knox but make hard moves out right of the roof to a slopey rail and follow the obvious line up to the top.

Boulder
V7 Cocaine
Boulder
V7 Fairydust
Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Tim Tam Boulder
V7 Tim Tam Traverse

Starts on the large jug on the lefthand corner of the block (facing) and traverses right along the sloping lip to a final mantle for the finger pocket up on the slab.

FA: Richard (Sticky) Dale, 2000

Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Font Boulder
V7 Medicare aka Injure the Back

Sit start on the left side of the slot (of Green Destiny). Climb straight up the face on crimps to a slopey top out over a potentially back-breaking landing.

Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Shotgun Boulder
V7 Sugar Sticks
Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Gobsmacker Corner
V7 Assuming the Mantle

On boulder opposite Faux Magnum. Sit start on the low sloping rail and do a subtle (hard) mantle onto the slab.

FA: Corinne Gwyther

Boulder 3m
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main The Russian Bull Boulder
V7 Russian Bull

Start: Start same as "Peaches and Damsons" up to jug-ish hold and tend right connecting tiny holds over the ledge.

For those of you with steely fingers.

FA: Team Austria

Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main Andersens Consulting Boulder
V7 Dirtbag Payday
Boulder
V7 Mungo's Arete
Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main Mandatory Choices Boulder
V7 Mandatory Choices
Boulder
V7 Lightening Arete

Definitely gets fear grades, hardest part is the bottom couple of metres. Top is committing, but pretty positive. A decent pad on the upper rock, plus a spotter, makes the move that much easier.

FA: Chris Jones, 2000

Boulder 6m
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main The Pinnacle
V7 Things Only Get Better
Boulder
Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main Giddy Up Boulder
V7 Get On Down
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