|Dry Creek Bee Sting Wall|
|V3||★★ The Labourer
Sit start with hands on slopers. Head slightly right through slopers and mantle out.
FA: Karsten, 27 Mar 2016
|23||★ Drill Scar|
|V3||★ Sun Dried Gecko
A popular traverse. Starting either on the left or right hand side of the wall traverse the wall until the end.
|Dry Creek Sorry Andrea Wall|
An extension of Sorry Andrea. Climb Sorry Andrea and finish as for Camera Man.
3m right of Creeks Roof directly up the arête. Finish at chains on right.
Start a couple of metres right of 'Slide Off'. Head up thin vertical seam and top out. Very reachy!
|V3||Pretty in Pink
Start holds of Pink Face then dyno to the grey jug line halfway up that problem.
Note the Pink Face starting jug has since broken - still doable from a lower hold, but likely more difficult
|V3||★ Rosa Left
Sit start with left hand on small chip and right hand on side pull. Veer slightly left then up.
|V3||★ Rosa Right
Sit start with left hand on small chip and right hand on side pull. Veer slightly right and up.
|Death Star Rogue Squadron|
|23||★★ Trench Run
Central line of this wall. Start off slopey features to gain the big sidepull then up the weakness to mantle onto the mid-height slab, then climb the short wall above to anchor.
FA: Paul Kinnane, 2012
Boulder problem start past 1st BR (stick clip) leads to break, then 2nd BR on slab (tricky to see from the ground). Mantle slab and trend left into the finish of Trench Run (same lower off).
FA: Paul Kinnane, 2012
|Morialta The Lost Walls|
|22||★★ Fighter Jock Heaven
|22||★ The Outside of the Envelope
|23||★★ Witch Hunt
Follow the line of bolts up the middle of the black wall left of the loose blocky corner. A technical mid section!
|Morialta Thorn Buttress|
|22||★ Gladiator Direct Start
Takes the poor-looking rock immediately left of the marked Olympus start, joining the upper corner via a reachy and powerful sequence. Was the original line until the loss of some holds.
FA: Col Reece
Starts just left of the 'Terrathea' corner and climbs up to the big sidepull sloper and two good edges. Clip the next bolt and launch out left (crux) to a big crank level with the small roof (rest). Cut back right - then left - until below the final face (rest). Continue to the chain. This route can also be done by going direct through the roof (at the same grade).
|22||★★ Sardine Direct
|22||★★ Terra Incognita
Climb the reachy boulder-problem off the deck just right of the Terrethea crackline via a big move to the dubious flat jug. Continue up to the 'shield' (which is living on borrowed time) - then onwards up the face.
FA: Stuart Williams, 1995
|22||★★ Incognita-Japetus DF Link
The original route. Now superseded by the direct finish.
Start: Takes the very overhanging arete from its base up to the 'hole', then tacts right around the steep arete and up to the big break via a good undercling. This original line then stepped left and finished up the 'Terra Incognita' face.
FA: Kim Carrigan (all on trad), 1979
|23||★★ Japetus Direct Finish
Originally established as a bold traditional outing by Kim Carrigan. Now retro-bolted with general consensus due to it residing in a largely sport-route populated area. Not surprisingly, it has now become one of the most travelled lines for its grade at 'Morialta'. Makes for a far better outing than the original. Once at the big break, climb straight up the continuation of the arete largely on its right border to finish at a chain.
FA: Kim Carrigan (all on trad), 1981
|23||★★ Japetus-Stench Connection
A more powerful version of 'Japetus'. Once at the large break, cut right up the rampline of 'Stench' and finish at that routes chain. Sustained.
FA: Stuart Williams & Robert Knott, 1995
|23||★★ Japetus Right Hand
FA: Finish up black streak right of last bolt
Begin at the Overhung Corner / Protruding Buttress right of Stench Before the Storm's face. Continue up the wall on good holds.
FA: Colin Reece (Aid 14 M4), 1972
FFA: Kimm Carrigan & Gary Scott, 1979
|Morialta Far Crag|
The face on the left of the 'Barad Dur' wall, avoiding the corner. Climb on crimps following the line of bolts up the face.
Start: You can begin as for 'Barad Dur' or from directly below the route proper.
|22||★★★ Barad Dur
Swing up the steep juggy wall immediately left of Eternal Damnation's undercut arete past a big rattly block to a ledge. Step right and go up to the roof. Now make a cramped step back left past a bolt onto an undercut wall to reach the base of the crack. Straight up the crack.
FA: Stuart Fishwick & Richard Horn, 1970
|23||★★ Eternal Damnation
Start: Climb the orange rock just left of Arev. Grab a poor rest below the roof, pull around this on the left to gain a crack in the head wall.
|23 X||★ Bung Direct
The central crack. The first (aided) route up the wall took 16 years before it went free.
FA: Richard Horn & Stuart Fishwick (A3), 1968
FFA: Most likely Mike Law-Smith, 1984
|23||★ Illequipt Left Side
The black streak L of Illequipt, using that route for protection only.
|22||★ Legato Fae
The wall left of Asgard. Not allowed to use Asgard's holds.
FA: Tony Barker & Paul Gray
|Morialta The Throne Room|
|22||★ Cut Loose
|22||★★ Geronimo's Volkswagen DS
|Morialta The Boulder Bridge|
|22 R||★ Palm Oil
|22||★★ Living on the Ceiling Direct Finish
|22||Yuppies in the Gym
|Morialta The Billiard Table|
|22||★ Hurricane Higgins
|22||Vibration Control and Heat Transfer
|23||★★ Potluck DF
|22||★ Pot Black
FA: TR Nyrie Dood & Led Tony Barker
|22||★ Resisting a Rest
|Morialta The Buttress|
|22||★★ Gorilla My Dreams Super Direct
Climb 'Gorilla My Dreams Direct Start' to the top horizontal (finger-jug), but instead of breaking left to finish up the crack, go directly straight up via the hanging flake/sidepull.
FA: Ascends the hanging flake to the right of the original crack finish
|23||★★ Gorilla My Nightmare
Climb 'Gorilla My Dreams Direct Start' to the top horizontal (finger-jug), but instead of breaking left to finish up the crack, break right along the horizontal for a couple of moves, then launch upwards via underclings and a good crimp to the next horizontal. Get a brief shake, then perform a very bouldery finish via another undercling to topout.
FA: Steve Kelly
|Morialta The Outcrops|
|22||★ Om Mane Padre Om
|Morialta Milestone Buttress|
|Morialta Closed Giant's Cave|
|V3|| Sith Lord
|V3|| ★ Far Right Roof
|Norton Summit The Cave|
|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
|Norton Summit 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.
|Norton Summit The Hole|
Start with 2 finger pockets, LH move to small ledge, then RH to 1finger pocket, match on slope ledge, jug to finish.
|Norton Summit 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.
|22||The Fatted Calf||11m|
|22||★ A Wing and a Prayer||15m|
|23||Slapes and Shrieks||14m|
|Cleland Elephant Rock|
|22||Shooting From the Lip
|Cleland Bandicoot Buttress|
|23||★★ Golden Boy
Bolted line few metres left of 'Echidna Believe It', starting up wall/arête and finishing on DBB
FA: Mark Witham & Chris Oerman, Mar 2015
|Glen Osmond The Oasis|
|22||★★ Trish Delish
A varied route that takes a striking line. Begin at the hand crack just right of the arete. A hard start over a small roof leads to good crack climbing and a rest on the L arete level with the main roofline. Swing around R to regain the crack and follow it up the slab past a bush. Climb the ramp up L then straight up the wall just R of the arete.
Quoted from Nick Neagles guide.
FA: Nick Neagle & Paul Francis, 1989
|Belair Car Crash Quarry Sector 1 - Left|
|23||★★ Old School Face Slap
The often looked at but overlooked section of rock on the left hand side of the quarry to the left of Urban Decay. Starts on the left hand side of the overhang in the corner. Climb the corner to a good stance under the overhang. Head out and up the face to the chains.
FA: thestig, 2017
|22||★ Urban Decay||15m|
|23||★ Smearing on Mt McKinley
climbs the arête on smears to the over sized anchors. A technical piece.
|Belair Car Crash Quarry Sector 2 - Central|
|22||★ No Man's Land
Difficult Mantle move
|Belair Car Crash Quarry Sector 3 - Right|
|23||★ Bad Taste||12m|
|23||★ Taste the Pain
Fresh bolts will hopefully breath life back into this fantastic little gem! Starts a couple of meters left of the main wall and to the right of Felch Me. Head up following the bolts to the overhang. Once over the overhang use the slab and the corner to reach the chains. Old chains are still there for prosperity.
|22 X||The Power of the Choss Compels You
Climbs the left hand side of the corner. Start up the very loose brittle white rock and work through the detached blocks. Once at the overhang get some jams above your head and work your way into the top of 'Taste The Pain'. Finish at the old rusty chains for the full experience. WARNING The first half is extremely loose. Make sure your belayer is anchored well left of the fall zone!
FA: pamelalansbury, 16 Jul
|22 X||★ Disposable Rubbish
Neagle entered this route in his guide as a bit of a joke on the chossy corner to the left of ELV. 24 years later it's officially a route. Start as for 'The Power of the Choss Compels You', climb the LH side of the corner and just before the roof leave it and head towards the thin crack in the roof. Climb up and out of the slight overhang, mantle the slab and climb it to the top. No chains yet but they will be installed in the next few weeks.
The rock is shit. The gear is shit. Only climb it if you really feel the need to and even then don't do it. Climb another route instead. A serious undertaking with serious consequences if you fall!
FA: pamelalansbury, 23 Jul
|Belair Car Crash Quarry Sector 4 - Graffiti Wall|
|22||The Electric Lavender Vacuum Cleaner LHV
Start slighty left of the original on two small edge side pulls and head directly up on small holds to ledge at mid point. Finish up original line. First bolt cannot be reached so it's a high-ball to the second bolt.
|22||★ The Electric Lavender Vacuum Cleaner
Overgraded at 23, careful clipping 2nd bolt (groundfall potential)
|22||★★ ELV Sit Start
Sit start with LH gaston edge and higher RH sidepull. Make three moves to gain good gaston of original. Take it to the top!
ELV to its 2nd bolt then veer hard right, gain the staircase, rest for a year or two, then into RO clipping its 2nd bolt. Finish as for RO direct.
FA: Steve Kelly, 20 Oct 2014
|23||★★ Beg For Mercy
Originally established at 24 via the RO start (the start of Merciless), but a better route starting up PO making it a grade easier. Climb the first two BR's of Percetive Orators then head right across the good jug on AGW and clip the bolt out right on Elephantiasis. Span right to a positive sidepull then keep traversing right into Gonads RHV. Climb the last two BR's of this route and finish at the chain of Mercy Street.
FA: Justin Taylor; Mick Wells; Bill O'Connor
Start up PO then break left into RO after the first bolt and finish up this. Another link.
|22||★ Perceptive Orators
Was 22 then hold breakage upped grade to 23. In 2011 the flake came off resulting in a large sidepull. Two other holds have been created over the years (due to hold breakage) and it's likely that this route is now 19 or 20 given its current (2020) state.
|22||★★ Perceptive Elephant
Up Perceptive Orators to the break, then right across the break and into Elephantiasis of the G. A good link. Can also be started as for AGW.
|23||★★ Advertiser Ground Fall Watch
Rarely done. Takes line right of PO through underclings to scar (horizontal) - then up to independent chain shared with Elephantiasis.
Up Elephantiasis to 2nd bolt then left into PO and finish up this.
|23||Begging for Gonads
Start as for Gonads clipping the second of that route, then bust right and continue as for Beg for Mercy
|23||★ Elephantiasis of the Gonads
A hard crimpy start leads into easier climbing above.