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Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Closed Declaration Crag Area Declaration Crag
29 Steps Ahead

Sustained crimpiness up microscopic edges.

Fixed hangers up beautiful wall 3m R of 'Little Thor'.

FA: Jean-Marc Troussier, 1984

Sport 18m, 4
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Atridae The Flight Deck
30 Afterburner

Climb all of 'Jet Lag' (via the original direct start) then launch onwards into a final boulder problem above the chains.

Start: Start as for JL.

FA: Ingvar Lidman

Mixed trad 25m, 7
29 Jet Lag

Start: Start left of the big corner of "Orestes", about 4m Left of It'll Never Fly.

FA: Geoff Weigand (Kim Carrigan climbed the first 8m (grade ~27) as the direct start to Have a Good Flight), 1984

Sport 18m, 8
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes Gully Organ Pipes Gully Right Side
30 Mr Natural

Looks like 36! Originally led on preplaced gear, repeated placing the gear by Gareth Llewellin - a pretty bold lead. Start a short way uphill from the back of the D Minor pinnacle, and just downhill from the boulder choke. Glassy bulging seam. Rack: Mostly #1 RPs.

FA: Stuart Wyithe, 1995

Trad 12m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Right Dreadnought Gully
29 R The Last Temptation

Up EotE to bolt then up bulging line between EotE and GT to join Intergalactic Space Control near the top. Watch your back.

Start: Start as for EotE.

FA: Stuart Wyithe, 1996

Mixed trad 30m, 1
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Fang Buttress
29 Wagalak

There's 1 or 2 old bolt holes 1 to 2m to the right dating from an unknown attempt on this great nose of rock. Start 4m L of 'Mantis'. It's almost a sport route but you need a few med. cams before the bolts.

FA: Dave Jones, 2005

Mixed trad 17m, 3
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Krondorf Area Boulders Pinch Arete and Pebble Wall
V8 Trackside traverse

Sit start just left of arete then traverse R) across face via some shouldery moves.

Boulder
V8 Traverse and Fly

Trackside Traverse to finish up ‘10’s Dyno (right arete out).

Boulder 4m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Krondorf Area Boulders Oops boulder
30 Bliss

Two carrot bolts protect the face. Would be an amazing boulder/solo, but has not been done yet.

Sport
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Krondorf Area Boulders Krondorff Boulder
V8 2

Very Steep Arete at far L

Boulder
V8 10

Sit start. Opposing side-pulls through middle of the roof

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bluffs Denim Wall
29 Balance of Power

Bolts are mostly rusty and should not be trusted. Very bouldery past the first bolt then continuous past 4 more bolts, then finish off to the right where Concise Excercises finishes. Lower off.

Start: Start R of LC.

FA: "Fat Nick" Sutter, 1993

Mixed trad 18m, 5
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bluffs Flinders Lane Area
30 Stop-Motion

Direct start to Moving Pictures past a rusty bolt or two

FA: Dave Jones

Trad 20m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bluffs Bluff Major Bluff Major North Face
30 Leaps and Bounds
Trad 35m
30 Leaps

Bolted by Kimbo decades ago, this long-standing problem succumbed to the short strong bloke with dreads.

Start: Start as for 'Anxiety Neurosis'.

FA: Davey Jones, 1998

Trad 35m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bluffs Bluff Major Bluff Major West Face
29 Prowling for Leftovers
Sport
30 Expired

Link Required into Requited.

FA: Nathan Hoette

Sport
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Tiger Wall Area Tiger Wall Boulders Crankshaft Boulder
V8 Crankpression

The line a few people have claimed as Vague Corner, though almost completely independent and also very good. Start low on the prow right of Crankshaft crack and compress straight up using slopers either side. No use of the crack itself.

Boulder
V8 Vague Corner

Just right of 'Crankshaft' crack without using that line at any stage. Same first couple of moves as Crankpression to obvious RH sloper but then stay in the line of the corner to finish. Devious and sharp.

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Castle Crag
29 The Overtaker

Originally climbed at 31, but subsequent ascents have used the larger holds just L of the old crux.

Start: Boulder start through underclings left of The Undertaker to jug, then out to crimps out left and up, briefly into Siva Direct. Trend right up to a hard boulder problem finish (direct via the pinch). A left hand sequence is also possible.

FA: Nick Sutter, 2002

Sport 18m
29 L'inconscience Tranquil

After a few metres, break diagonally R and then power up past bolts to the lower-off L of Procol.

Start: As for 'Warmonger'.

FA: Jean-Minh Trinh-Thieu, 1994

Mixed trad 12m, 3
30 Nati Dread

Power through the roof to the lip. The section after the roof was originally done by deviating R into the Low Down, then doing it's crux before continuing straight up. Has since been straightened out.

Start: R of Procol is a line of bolts through the ceiling.

FA: Andy Pollit, 1990

Mixed trad 30m, 5
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Grotto Wall The Bat Cave
30 Living With a Hernia

Awesome power route taking the main line through the cave. "The best power route in Australia" (Nathan Hoette).

FA: Douglas Hockly, 2003

Sport 10m, 3
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds The Pharos Uncle Charlie
30 Punky Brewster

The master of combinations and permutations digs up another classic.

Start: Start as for 'Punks in the Gym', finish as for 'Pretty in Punk'.

FA: Nathan Hoette

Trad 25m
30 Ethiopia

The prime line hereabouts.

Start: Start as for 'India'.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1984

Mixed trad 30m, 3
30 Wisdom of Body

Not his finest addition. Brutally hard undercling moves and very, very rarely repeated.

Start: Start as for 'Nose Job'.

Trad 15m
29 Break & Enter

Up The Great Escape to half height, then R and up.

FA: Nathan Hoette, 2002

Trad 20m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds The Pharos Back Wall
29 Treat 'em Mean, Keep 'em Keen

Originally bolted by Chris Shepherd, this link up was pointed out to Zac by Ingvar Lidman who promptly bagged the first ascent. Originally a sandbag at 29 ("more like 30 or 31," Zac) apparently a previously unused hold and an easier sequence has been found that makes it "only" 29.

Start up Masada, before veering L past a couple of bolts and some hard compression moves (crux) at half height. to the Judgement Day traverse. Finish through crux of Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death.

FA: Zac Vertrees

Trad 20m
29 Masada

Once considered the hardest route in the country when introduced by Carrigan as Australia's first grade 30. Now considered a tad easier by modern standards. Start as for 'Trojan' and at its crux move left across the corner and onto the exposed arete. Take some deep breaths then get fired up for an intensely fingery experience above the flared layback, not to mention some acute footwork. At the top of the corner, make a move left to a jug and gain the finishing crack. A final tricky exit leads to the belay.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1984

Trad 28m
29 Muchada

The direct finish to 'Masada'. Instead of branching out left at the top of the groove, continue straight up through another boulder problem (as if the original crux wasn't enough!)

FA: Nick White, 2000

Trad 25m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds The Pharos South Face
29 RSI

The finger shredding line starting just left of the start to 'Mind Arthritis', then taking the very bouldery wall above it. 2 hard 2-move boulder problems with a virtual sit down rest between them mars a route with one of the best positions at Arapiles.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 2000

Trad 30m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Pharos Boulders Around the World Boulder
V8 The Final Chapter

Takes low line through roof that entrenched avoids via pinches.

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Pharos Boulders Finalgon Boulder
V8 Finalgon Centre Direct

Great sit start half way across Finalgon and direct through underclings and small crimp to top out in same line.

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Henry Bolte Wall
29 Kinky Leopard

Start as for Slinkin' Leopard, then head left after the crux "drive by" through punchy boulder (trad) then finish up Fortress.

FA: Lee Cossey, 2015

Mixed trad 20m, 3
29 Gridlock

Straightens out Slinkin'.

Start: Start as for Slinkin' but go direct and up to the end of the L-wards traverse

FA: Dave Jones, 1998

Trad 22m
30 Chuckles Bolty

The "crazy linkup" of Lord of the Rings into Slinkin' Leopard.

FA: Nathan Hoette, 2004

Trad
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Mysteries Wall
29 Honey Pot

A bolted boulder problem. The holds are generally good, but seeing as they are all vertical - guess what that means for the feet? 'Dynamic' and very powerful.

FA: Nathan Hoette

Sport 5m
29 Pooh Connection

Climbs the direct start to Pooh Sticks and links that route into Anus Horribilus. Despite being slightly contrived, a brilliant conception. Two distinct halves offering Blue Mountains like crimping to start, followed by gritty slopers.

FA: Nathan Hoette, 2004

Sport 30m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group High Dive Gully
29 You're Terminated

Climb "High Dive" until its crux and continue up underside of arete past 2 bolts to join "Power Corruption and Lies"

FA: Geoff Weigand, 1989

Trad 20m
29 Terminated Directly

You're Terminated Direct. Open Project. Direct start possible (will require a bolt) up the blunt arete between Dark Matter and A Taste of Honey.

Direct finish possible straight over bulge after 2nd bolt on You're Terminated. Would make the line completely independent of Lats in the Belfry.

Mixed tradProject 2
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Mitre Rock South Mitre
29 Delusions of Grandeur

Start 5m right of Seamy side. Follow black streak up thin crack through bulges. When crack ends at around the 10m mark, step left and continue up clean headwall to top. Descend off seamy side anchors.

FFA: Joel Wilson, 26 Jun

Trad
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Campground Closed Campground Boulders
V8 Butt Eater

Link up of 'Butt Gravity' into Race Eater Variant.

FA: Tilly Parkins?, 2000

Boulder
V8 Happy Camper (Race Eater Variant)

More commonly referred to as 'Race Eater' nowadays, but worth noting that this is in fact the original 'Happy Camper' problem. Sit start with obvious sickle-shaped jug (as for HCT/NSWM), then traverse immediately left to big undercling. Instead of continuing left into 'Butt Gravity' (Race Eater), climb straight out the lip via crimps and sloper to join the 'Happy Camper Traverse'. Finish as for that problem.

FA: Paul Westwood, 2000

Boulder
V8 Happy Camper Traverse

Climb NSAM to the traverseline, then head left along the line of small crimps. Completely finger size dependant. Watch your back.

Boulder
V8 Worm Saloon

This and the next 4 problems are located on the raised ledge of the 'Butthole Surfer' Cave, within view of 'Gay Hip Flexor' down and to the left.

FA: Will Detmold, 2000

Boulder
V8 Gourmet Cat

A gourmet for sure, starts on an obvious rail, finishes on top. two small crimps lead up the center of the face, and a big move to the jug/lip. simple and sweet

FA: Klem Loskot, 1999

Boulder 3m
V8 Da-Lai-Lahmung

Beta dependant. Standing start. Up to poor pocket, then big move up to large pocket. Re-arrange the hands, then out right to the intermediate edge, then big span (or trickery) out to the jug on the arete. Match this and motor up on more jugs to top-out.

FA: Toni Lamprecht, 1999

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Campground Titanic Boulder
V8 Overboard

Starts as 'S.O.S.' but climbs straight up.

Boulder
V8 Problem#1
Boulder
V8 Problem#7
Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mount Zero Pangaea Walls
29 Rythmic Pumper

Roof left of "Sport Crack".

FA: Phil Neville, Oct 2011

Sport 10m, 5
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Ground Control Caves Middle Cave
V8 Rota-Loo

Middle Cave.

Traverse from the LH corner (sit-start using underclings). Hard move into the traverse, across and into 'Lonely Heart Club' via a classic drop-down move, finishing as for that problem.

Boulder
V8 Ground Control to Major Tom

Middle Cave

FA: Klem Loskot, 1999

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Wiggly Boulder
V8 Shattered Arete

Sit Start under the arete and punch straight up the nose on hard moves.

Boulder
V8 Regicide
Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Amazing Boulder
V8 Brama Sutra

Takes the seam from a sit-start right of 'Sick Nutter' and just left of 'The V2 Sit' problem.

FA: Julian Saunders

Boulder 4m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Love Boulder
V8 To Hate To Love

The burly twin of "Ministry of Love". Sit start on the off angle slopey rail and head left to the slot and jug.Traverse the overhang right on pockets to a sloper and edges and a tricky top out.

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Jungle Boulder
V8 Conga Fury

The left arete starting with a RH pinch and low LH on the arete. Top out. Compression problem.

Boulder 3m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Paul's Boulder
V8 Left El Westwood

FA: Paul Westwood, 2000

Boulder
V8 Direct El Westwood
Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Trackside Boulders Orphan Boulders
V8 The Oyster
Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Taipan Wall
29 Black Adder

A beautiful natural line but unpopular due to its rusting bolts and bizarre traversing.

Start at the first anchor of Sordid Orchids, on the guano-stained ledge. Drop down, traverse 4m right and go up flake to roof. Right below roof for 5m and over lip (crux). Traverse 5m right to finish beside Clean Sweep. Approx 5 bolts?

FA: Pete Cresswell & Andy Pollitt, 1990

Trad 40m
29 Medusa (Pitch 2) (open project)
Trad 25m
29 Quetzalcoatl (project - open)

Start at a hanging belay in Lawrence of Arabia, about 15m R of the Seventh Pillar bolt ladder. Use fixed rope on Feather Boa to access.

  1. 40m (-) Some very hard face moves past 2RB to gain a thin R-facing flake (The Great Affair takes the L side of the same flake/rib). Follow this up to the main roof. Move R then out the roof and up the wall above to finish roughly in the middle of the 3rd pitch of The Seventh Pillar. Takes the line of rusting FH after the roof. Possibly 33/34.

  2. 14m (29) The headwall pitch past 3RB's, starting roughly in the middle of the third pitch of the Seventh Pillar. This pitch has been sent so knock yourself out.

FA: Equipped Dave Jones, 2000

Trad 54m, 2
29 Feather Boa

The magical long sustained main pitch uninterrupted by rests is something special, even by Taipan's lofty standards. After some high profile spankings it seems to be settling in as being about a grade harder (not a grade easier!) than Serpentine, so Dave's original grade of 28 has been bumped up to a solid 29...and may not stop there!

Start in Lawrence of Arabia, about 6-8m R of Quetzalcoatl and 5-6m L of Scud Buster. It's best to fix a rope 8m to the ground so you can belay from the ground and jug/batman to start.

  1. 47m (29) The gear (mostly FHs but some med. cams down low and a small wire up high) is a bit spaced but right where you need it. 'Steep' slab climbing (crux) up to the main roof. Bust out the roof, trend R a bit then up the sustained wall to the 3rd belay of The Seventh Pillar (45m rap).

  2. 14m (28) Cute. Straight up the steep headwall above the belay.

FA: Dave Jones, 1998

Trad 61m, 3
29 Kundalini

Starts as for Feather Boa until a few metres below the main roof, then go right through the roof and up the headwall for a few more metres to an anchor in the middle of nowhere where the holds run out.

FA: Jai Critchley, 2015

Trad 40m
29 Angst

Makes Rage an independent line to the top, providing another awesome pitch up the most majestic part of Taipan. Start as for Serpentine pitch 2. Follow Rage for 5 bolts then head left to wide runnel, follow right side of runnel to just below roof, span left across runnel, then up to roof. Follow right side of next runnel to top. Another variant has been bolted (see 41b in topo) which moves left after only 1 or 2 bolts of Rage and up the faint arete to join into Angst.

FFA: adam demmert, 12 Jun 2011

Mixed trad 40m, 9
29 Rage

A 15m variant to the first part of the second pitch of Serpentine. Slightly harder than Serpentine. Pull through initial roof on Serpentine p2 then L via very thin moves to red jug on beautiful sheer hanging red face. Trend back R past 3rd bolt and up subtle arete. When the arete finishes trend L via more hard moves past 5th bolt, to rejoin Serpentine at the horizontal break.

FA: Andy Pollitt, 1992

Mixed trad 35m, 7
29 Serpentine

This famous line was the first route on the wall which cried out for the mythical fourth star. Be aware that the bolts are bash-ins (with FHs) and are now over 25 years old, although they still look pretty good. PLEASE DON'T PISS ON THE BELAY LEDGE (bring a pee bottle for long belay sessions). Aiming left or outwards is NOT ok, you WILL be pissing on other pitches and yes they do get climbed. Start on the cairn on the raised ledge, directly below the obvious huge arete of Naja.

  1. 32m (24) Crank off cairn to break, then traverse L for 6-8m. Up over bulges past FHs, to a slopy ledge (#3 cam). (Don't go diagonally up L from 2nd FH, there's no gear). Traverse L to short arete and up this (FH) to belay (25m rap).

  2. 40m (29) This is why they rave about Taipan. Roof, trend R across scoop, hug up turret to horizontal break. Move L then weave up wall to the top. 8 FHs. Trad anchor, or lower 30m off the last bolt.

FA: Malcolm Matheson & Steve Monks, 1988

FFA: Malcolm Matheson, 1988

Mixed trad 75m, 2, 11
30 Naja

After the long years of Steve and others being spat off before Dave cleaned it up, it's apt that this genus includes the Spitting Cobra! The strongest line on all Taipan, this is the left-facing arete bounding the right side of the massive scooped out area right of Serpentine. It is more closely bolted than most other Taipan routes, although they're getting a bit the worse for wear. The whole thing can be worked from the ground using a 70m rope (but only just!). Start as for Serpentine.

  1. 25m (27) Gain the arete and follow it, mostly sub-25 but with an insecure dyno past the 2nd bolt. Consider a cam before the (rusty) 1st bolt, not least to avoid knackering yourself if you come off the tricky next moves.

  2. 15m (30) Continue up the arete with much better climbing. Unfortunately it gets increasingly guano-stained up high, so take a brush, but you can avoid the worst/highest section of guano by moving left before gaining the anchor (37m rap).

FA: Equipped Steve Monksish? & sent by Dave Jones, 1990

Mixed trad 45m, 2, 8
29 Sneaky Nether

Start as for Sneaky Snake but finish after "only" 35m, at the Nether anchor. Some tricky rope management is needed, with some tricky sideways runouts at the grade, but worth it.

FA: Lee Cossey

Sport 35m
30 Sheek Naja Ket

Established after a tip-off from Jake the snake Bresnehan. "Named in honour of a great man, and possibly the best climb on the wall". Given 31 originally but has quickly been knocked down a grade. Start as for Mr J. Up most of Mr J p1 then, instead of going diagonally left past the last bolt to the cave, continue directly up. The crimpy orange wall has 4 more bolts and takes you about 4m R of Mr J p2, right to the top. A 70m rope can lower off the last bolt to the ledge - just! It's only a sport route if, like most grade 30 climbers, you skip the trad gear on Mr J.

FA: Ben Cossey & Al Pryce, 2008

Sport 38m, 11
30 Tourniquet
  1. 20m (30) An 8m direct variant to Venom pitch 1. As for Venom for 12m until established on the L side of the groove. Where Venom traverses R, continue direct up the L side of the groove past 2 RBs to rejoin Venom at the lower-off.

  2. 20m (27) As for Venom pitch 2 until past the bulge and into the cave. Then take the L arete of the cave/scoop to lower off (80m rope recommended). Rebolted 2017. This pitch is more easily approached via Mr Que.

FA: Dave Jones (p1p2 98), 1997

Mixed trad 40m, 2, 8
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Spurt Wall
30 Cripple Nipple

Another absorbing steep wall on excellent rock. Julian Saunders attempted this route direct with a huge sideways dyno (thus removing his nipples!). Eventually Nathan solved the climb by bailing around this dyno crux by a big traverse right.

FA: Nathan Hoette, 2002

Sport 17m, 8
29 Tyranny

Gordy's finest hour! He never made it to the top - he lowered from the fourth bolt and recorded it anyway, and now it's one of the most popular routes around at this grade.

FA: Gordon Poultney, 1998

Sport 12m, 4
30/31 Lifestyling

Sustained slopy masterpiece that some reckon is the best thing on Spurt. It climbs a blazingly direct line of pockets and crimps. Typical Julian bullshit runouts to sketchy clips with the technical crux several metres above a bolt. 6 bolts.

FA: Julian Saunders, 2000

Sport 20m, 6
29 Fabio's Route

An old Martin Lama project that was cruelly stolen by a visiting Brit (and then named after Martin's flowing locks!).

FA: nic sellars

Sport 15m, 6
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Afterglow Wall
29 Chicane

FA: Julian Saunders, 2000

Trad 20m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Afterglow Boulders
V8 Crisco Love Party

Start on good holds, climb right into hueco and continue up to round pocket. Top out over lip

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Wildsides
V8 Sweet Sensation

As for 'The Beginnings...' then break right and up via extreme undercling move to the slopey break.

FA: Klem Loskot, 2000

Boulder
V8 Click

Low sit-start and up via a big move leftwards. Possibly lost some holds since the first ascent.

Start: 3rd climbing cave along from the 'Sweet Sensation' area.

FA: Klem Loskot, 2000

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre The Plaza Strip
29 Rodeo Drive

FA: Josh Grose, 22 Nov 2012

Sport 20m, 8
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre Citadel
V8 Ammagamma Standing Start

The original problem from a standing start - to mantle the finish.

FA: Dave Jones, 2000

Boulder
V8 Penguin Biceps
Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Summerday Valley Wall of Fools
29 Innocent Fool

A ridiculously thin looking black streak.

Start: Start beneath the widest black streak on the wall, about 20m L of the arch, and a few metres R of where the raised ledge peters out.

FA: Steve Monks, 1986

Trad 25m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Amnesty Gun Buttress
V8 Bismarck
Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Amnesty Upper Gun Buttress
V8 Doctors Orders

Only climbs on RHS of big seam.

FA: Michael Tonon, 3 Aug 2018

Boulder 4m
V8 Prescribed Happiness

Stand start in the break, follow seam up and left to high top out.

FA: Michael Tonon, 3 Aug 2018

Boulder 6m
V8 Thoughts Of A Dying Athiest

FA: Pat Reynolds

Boulder 6m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Zoolander Area
V8 Hansel
Boulder
V8 Magnum

Horrible landing.

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Tim Tam Boulder
V8 Tim Tam Mantle

Hard sit start on edges to difficult mantle just after start of TTT

Boulder 2m
V8 Happy Daze
Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Font Boulder
V8 Green Destiny

Sit start on the right side of the hueco and make a big move up to slopey holds and continue up hard moves on bad holds over the bulge left of White Destiny.

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Left Main Gobsmacker Corner
V8 Testostrogen
Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main Gasoline Prow
V8 Gasoline

Start as for Ethanol and up to flakes in the roof. Follow the line of holds right, moving through the roof to the other side and mantle over the nose of the boulder.

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main Lillyput Wall
V8 Exposed

Thought to be much harder than V5.

FA: Toby Benham, 2000

Boulder
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main Trust Boulder
V8 Micro Machine
Boulder 2m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main Zinc Boulder
V8 Zinc

Stand start from jug then climb up and top out.

Boulder 5m
Oceania Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Hollow Mountain (N & NE side of Mt. Stapylton) Andersens Right Main Snowflake Boulder
V8 Spanner
Boulder

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