|Grado||Vía||Estilo de equipamiento||Popularidad|
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bushranger Bluff Main Wall|
Start at crack line 2 metres left of Ckinell, up crack, gradually veering left into second crack, then through large guano filled pocket and jug hall through the easier section of roof above pocket. Easy climbing to top or head right to rap anchors.
FA: Hywel Rowlands & Freya Hik, Dic 2017
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bushranger Bluff Back Wall|
|16||★ Rubbery Under Arms
Up the pockets through the overhanging wall, about 4m right of 'Tullah's Tease', then continue easily up the line above.
FA: Michael Creek, 1986
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Cerrado Declaration Crag Area Declaration Crag|
|16|| Pot Boiler
Start 8m left of 'The Ferrets Are Coming', below a rock step. R up vague ramp then up.
FA: Bruce Sutherland & Keith Lockwood, 1984
|16 R|| ★★ Marmot's Mall
The nice face between 'Sickle' and 'Little Thor' gets classed as "serious" as it has seen plenty of groundfalls and a death. However, the pro is fine if you know how to put it in. Treat it as an exercise to see how much you can place.
Start 3m L of 'Little Thor', immediately right of 'Sickle'. The nice glassy face with small cracks for wires and hardest moves at top. Note the arete just to the R has been done at 18.
FA: Rowan Webb, Dave Parkhurst & Kevin Sheehy, 1966
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Cerrado Declaration Crag Area Brain Death Boulder|
|V0|| V0 problem on left
|V0|| ★ V0 Juggy Arete
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Colosseum Wall Area The Thimble|
The line just L of the arete.
Start on the black back wall of The 'Thimble' which faces 'Comic Strip Wall', 1m L of the arete.
FA: Hanut Singh-Dodd, Kasia Kazimierczak & Martin Lama, 1992
|16||Nothing Too Serious
Short corner then R and up.
Start 1m R of 'The Last In Line'.
FA: Martin Lama & Hanut Singh-Dodd, 1992
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Colosseum Wall Area Colosseum Wall|
Grunt your way up the offwidth crack on the wall around left from 'The Rack'.
FA: Chris Dewhirst, Alec Campbell & Bruce Osborne, 1966
LH crack in narrow buttress, then R to a pair of thin cracks.
Start beneath the roadside-face of the buttress.
FA: Paul Gillis & John Bowen, 1970
The bottomless corner.
Start 2m R of 'I've Got A Big Honker'.
FA: Julie Tulloch & Bill Andrews, 1975
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area The Shark fin|
|16||★★ tool bender
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area Bum Rocks|
Start 3 metres right High School Antics on left side of chimney. Stay on left side of chimney avoiding the temptation to bridge at any stage. Climb up to horizontal crack and into corner. Up to overhang and obvious thread through. Blast through juggy overhang and spare a size 3 cam for pocket in upper head wall.
FA: Hywel Rowlands & Ben Wright, 1 Dic 2016
|16||★ High School Antics
Up L leaning flake, R to orange weakness through bulge, then L to seam.
Start: Start 1m R of GM.
FA: M Abbott & Newt Singh-Dodd, 1989
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Slander Wall|
|16||Evelyn's New Clothes
The thin corner.
Start: Start just R of arete.
FA: Evelyn Lees & Louise Shepherd, 1982
Up then step L and follow the continuation.
Start: Start 2m R of SL.
FA: Louise Shepherd & Evelyn Lees, 1982
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Left Fork|
|16||★ Scylla Alt Finish
A little extension to Scylla. Up Scylla until the difficulties ease, then step left to follow the flakes (instead of finishing up Charybdis). More sustained than the original finish.
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Upper SkyDiver|
|16||Trapped Like a Rat In a Corner
An obvious, the word is used loosely, corner.
FA: Bert Levy & Steve Holloway, 1998
The same party wrote up another climb here : Rat 9m 16 Climb the bulge 4 metres left of the corner, up the wall, and finish up the right-facing black corner. Sounds like it might be the same as 'Ratatouille'.
FA: Bert Levy & Steve Holloway, 1998
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Pilot Error Cliffs Cobwebs Gully|
Start right of Boo. Up wall to jugs. Continue up until wall blanks out, then take line of holds right across orange face to the arete. Up and right to Mesa chains.
FA: Keith Lockwood, Maureen Little, Ray Lassman, Norm Booth & Geoff Little, 19 Mar 2015
|16||Shades Of Grey
Takes nice grey wall left of Boo. Chimney and bridge until jugs appear on the right (north) wall. Swing onto these, and direct up wall above.
FA: Keith Lockwood, Maureen Little, Ray Lassman, Geoff Little & Norm Booth, 19 Mar 2015
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Atridae House of Atreus|
|16||★★ Bat Out Of Hell
A variant finish to 'Hell For Leather' which is more sustained and improves the original.
Start: Start as for Hell for Leather.
FA: Loughran + ? & late 80s.
FA: Kieran, 2000
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Atridae Muldoon Area|
Sounds like its worth a star so we'll whack one on.
Start: Start as for C.
FA: Kieran Loughran & Keith Lockwood, 1998
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Atridae Agamemnon Area|
|16||★★★ Men in Tights
Start as per Agamemnon, finish last 5m up Electra pinnacle staying on the Northern chimney face. Small pro. Descent off the back or Rap down Agamemnon bolts as Electra chain is an awkward downclimb.
|16||Running From the Martian
The crack R of a bush.
Start: Start 15m R of 'Necrophiliac'.
FA: S. Madoc & Sam Blainey, 1990
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes Gully Organ Pipes Gully Left Side Good and Evil Blocks|
Start: Start directly opposite CRaCM.
FA: Nick Neagle, Tim Day & Craig Roberts, 1992
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes Gully Organ Pipes Gully Right Side|
|16||★ Stentor 3rd Pitch
Start on top of the Piccolo pipe and climb the middle of the wall on the D Major pipe. The start is a little bold but the rest of the route protects well. Finish at rap bolts.
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes D Major Pipe|
A few good moves up the front of the 'D Major' buttress.
Start: Start at the lowest point of the 'D Major' Buttress.
FA: Chris Baxter & Rod Young, 1976
Beautiful, sustained first pitch followed by a short hard section.
Start: Start below the well-chalked thin cracks taking the middle of the wall right of 'D Major'.
FA: Chris Dewhirst & Phillip Stranger., 1968
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes Diapason Pipe|
The central line up the 'Conifer Crack' buttress is unfortunately not very sustained. Also it has a habit of dealing out broken ankles to leaders falling at the end of the crux.
Start: Just right of 'Conifer Crack'.
FA: Kieran Loughran & Neil Barr., 1982
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes Toccata Wall|
Essentially a nice variant finish to Sonatine, sharing that climb's crux. 35m abseil descent.
FA: Keith Lockwood, Norm Booth & Ray Lassman, 23 Sep 2017
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Rabbit Boulder|
|V0||★ Ear of the Bunny
|V0||★ Face and scoop
Over the nose
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left What You Like|
Climb is on the east face, facing the Pines. Starts easily to shallow cave at 6m. Leaving the cave, the gear is rather thin and at the grade.
FA: Lachlan Brown & Pete Holmes, 6 Mar 2012
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Operation Leo Area|
|16||The Day Bryn's Dad Got Scared
Start below tooth-flake 3m right of Mark You've Changed.
Up right side of flake.
FA: Smith, Pritchard & Hoskins, 1995
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Brick Wall|
|16||★ Brick Dust
Pale waterstreak into thrutch crack.
Start on blocky ledge halfway up the left side of Brick Wall - i.e. off the top of the pinnacle just ledt of Squeakeasy.
FA: Chris Baxter & Peter Watling (aided on peg - Baxter freed it later), 1974
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Golden Fleece Wall|
|16||★ Jed's Climb
Start as for Sue's Climb, take the flake into Pedro for a metre, then head L on the next steep blocky flake. Up wall and through bulge to join Pedro's finish. All reasonably well protected except the initial R leaning flake - take small wires.
FA: Douglas Hockly & Jed, 2013
Surprisingly not as good as the original. Start as for BP and go L 1m as for that route then straight up to join the finish of Jason.
Regularly recommended to those who can't jam. Start 3m right of Pedro. Layback and jam the water-washed corner, with technical moves L around the roof.
FA: Chris Dewhirst, Phillip Stranger & Peter Jackson, 1966
There are 3 short chimneys at the righthand end of the wall. This is the left one and is surprisingly awkward.
FA: Phillip Stranger, Chris Dewhirst, Peter Jackson & Bryan Oates, 1966
Stronlgy suspect that this is a repeat of Gobsmacking Dick which was written up in the Operation Leo Area and described as in a hanging gully above Jason. Despite the inaccuracy, I think they're the same. This climb is up behind 'Golden Fleece Wall', starting up a gully of sorts directly behind the top of 'Dylan'.
Chimney until the slab on the left wall is too far away then pull onto the right wall. Hand-crack to start, bulg, finger-crack and on to top.
FA: Hugh Sutton & Jonatha Hajos, 2008
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Stoat Wall|
|16||★ Where Weasels Dare
Originally described as SSO RHV.
Start as for The Stoat Steps Out.
Up 3m traverse R, crossing Bunyip, for 5m and then up.
FA: Unknown, 2000
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Dino Pillar|
|16||The Height Below
The crack then the arete.
Start: Start 2m L of D.
FA: Keith Egerton & Russell Crow, 1983
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Coyote Wall|
|16||Rambo Survival Route
Rambo would've climbed 32 if he'd had HB's mo.
Start 2m L GC.
Crack, seam, ramp, wall.
FA: Malcolm Matheson & Bert Levy, 1981
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Wailing Wall|
The short flake with a bouldery start.
Start: Start on a small orange buttress L of TPtG.
FA: Kim Carrigan & Roger Greatrick, 1984
|16||The Crying Game
A pumpier partner to Sob Story and Tear Jerker.
Start as for SS and TJ.
From ledge where SS steepens (and TJ heads out R), fun and well protected climbing heads up diagonally L to crack on L wall.
FA: Andy Reynolds, Chris Abernathy, Ben Clayton & Lauren Connell, 1997
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Dog Face|
The corner then L around the roof.
Start: Start in the alcove R of K.
FA: Dave Gairns, Gordon Talbett & Mike Stone, 1978
|16||Click my Lit
Start: In the back of the gully is a crack on the right wall, up higher.
Up this, avoiding temptation to bridge back.
FA: Richard Smith & solo, 1999
Wedged in the middle of Jeff's Buttocks. The easy looking right-hand crack.
FA: James Falla & Greg Pritchard, 1999
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Shattered Buttress|
The line up the L side of the buttress.
Start: Start in the gully on the LH side of the buttress.
FA: Rod Young & Matt Taylor, 1976
The first route in the world to have its own web-site!
Start: In the hanging gully at the back of the All 'Alone in the Dead Zone' (Shattered) buttress is an obvious corner. This might be the same gully as 'Dead End', but then again maybe it's not.
Up the corner, finishing slightly left
FA: Richard Smith & Greg Pritchard, 1999
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Upper Central Gully Mari Buttress|
|16||Lets Do Lunch
See arapiles.net for a photo.
Start: Start at the front R arete of the block, R of DDT.
FA: Richard Smith, Greg Pritchard, Louise Shepherd, Nikki Sutherland & Jon Basindale, 1999
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Upper Central Gully Cecilia Wall|
Diagonal seam that doesn't quite reach the ground left of FOTR. Bouldery start, diagonal then wall right of the corner of Pure and Simple.
FA: Keith Lockwood et al.
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Upper Central Gully Skyline Walls|
After the bouldery start of Bootleg, continue up wall right of that route. Some poor rock and gear.
Start: Start 2m R of NH.
FA: Hanut Singh-Dodd & Kazimierczak, 1990
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Upper Central Gully Garden Wall|
|16||★ John Thomas
Bouldery start with not much gear then wall to break. Step R then up grey wall to finish up 'Babylon'.
Start: Start 1.5m R of WMT.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Bill Andrews, 1982
30m (16) Start 3m L of a gumtree at R end of the wall. Up the intermittent L line of the faint twin lines then featured slab to anchor. Hard and tricky to protect start. 30m abseil.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Ray Lassman, 1982
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Upper Central Gully Everyfin, Everyfin, Like That & Everyfin|
|V0||★ Our Doreen
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Right Preludes Wall|
|16||★ Mug's Game
Short thin seam and up to ledge.
Start: Start 3m R of the big block.
FA: Kevin Lindorff & Eddy Ozols, 1979
The overhang above the cave.
Start: Start at the Pillars (i.e. at the top of the previous routes).
FA: Derek Lord, Bruno Zielke & Fred Langenhorst, 1968
Start on the featured arête just right of the overgrown corner crack down and right of the gully, opposite the broken east edge of Minstrel Pinnacle. Easy climbing leads to a distinct crux off a ledge. More easy climbing follows. Rap rings situated on the far L side of the ledge.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Garry Sudholtz, 1968
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Right Dreadnought Gully|
A shady outing for a hot day, starting in 'Dreadnought Gully' then taking the rock between the Dreadnought and Starless Buttresses. Nod and Norm did it years ago but detoured around some challenges on the second pitch. Nod and Kieran have now straightened it out with the addition of a comforting bolt.
FA: Keith Lockwood, Norm Booth & Kieran Loughran, 12 En 2015
|110m, 3, 1|
Fun climbing. Good for a hot day as its mainly in the shade.
I will go back next trip and install some anchors so lowering off is an option instead of having to climb the headwall (super easy).
FFA: Chris Ferre & Philippa Briglia, 5 En 2017
FA: Chris Ferre & Philippa Briglia, 5 En 2017
|68m, 3, 1|
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Right Dunes Buttress Western Desert|
The next three routes start in the gully behind Starless Buttress, left and slightly lower than the huge chockstone. The starts are hidden by the top of Starless Buttress in the topo.
Start as for 'The Empty Quarter'.
FA: Kieran Loughran, maureen little & sean Smallacombe, 17 En 2016
|50m, 2, 2|
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Right Dunes Buttress|
1 16 35m
3 16 33m
The first and third pitches are good. It's best to run pitches 1 and 2 or 2 and 3 together, then you get two good, long pitches followed by an easy pitch off.
Start: Start below and L of the big overhangs, on the lower section of 'Dunes Buttress', at a layback crack.
FA: Chris Dewhirst, Phillip Stranger & Chris Baxter, 1967
1 16 25m
3 3 15m
Start: 2m L of 'Dunes' is a R facing corner. Start by scrambling (or roping) up this to the top of the huge flake.
FA: Peter Jackson & Bob Bull, 1965
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Major Mitchell Gully Morfydd Wall|
|16||★ Foxes in Boxes
good climbing some dodgy gear
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Fang Buttress|
Worth doing? Yes. Worth a star? hmm...
Start: Start in the middle of the slim S face of 'Fang Buttress'.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Murray Taylor, 1968
|16||Mantis Variant Finish
As for 'Mantis' to the recess under the roof, now take the left end of the overhang and up the corner above, rejoining 'Mantis' near the top. There is a piton somewhere on this.
Start: Start as for 'Mantis'.
FA: Phillip McMillan & Rod Young, 1979
|16 R||The Wizard
Layback a pin-scarred flake with poor pro, then directly up wall above.
Start: Start 5m R of PK.
FA: Chris Dewhirst & John Moore, 1965
|16||I'd give Both My Ankles to do a route this close to camp
The full description provided is "Right of Mantle". Hmmm. Maybe a repeat of Downward Bound? Maybe somewhere else entirely? Who knows.
FA: Richard Smith, 2006
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Plaque|
Up then traverse L across lip.
Start: Start 4m R of ALM.
FA: Kevin Lindorff & Nic Taylor, 1975
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Golden Streak Area Boulders Golden Streak Boulder|
|V0||★★ Classic high arete
|V0||L-slanting ramp with hard start
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Golden Streak Area Boulders Big Pointy Boulder|
|V0||★ V0 Face
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Golden Streak Area Boulders Animal Acts|
|V0||★ No Hands Traverse
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Krondorf Area Boulders Oops boulder|
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Krondorf Area Boulders Krondorff Boulder|
L leaning line of jugs to topout.
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bluffs Bluff Major Bluff Major West Face|
|16||★★ Matthew The Musical
This route was originally done in one pitch but can be done in two after crossing the Keyhole.
Start just right of 'Required'. Follow the obvious break/crack right for several metres and then up to top of a large triangular flake (shrouded in green lichen) where you will meet the first indecision of go high/go low. The top of this ramping flake sets the general level of the traverse which continues right through a large square tan colour patch under a bulging roof before crossing the 'Keyhole' gap.
At this point decide if you can handle the rope drag or want to bring the second.
The route then goes up through two sections of roof both fun but the first is much more consequential if you are not able to find some protection and fall.
From the ledge take the first slight crack line up through the roof. It begins on jugs and then the test piece is to make it through to the next set of jugs ... this is the crux and will decide the fate of many to come and if they decide to bail on the easier route off to the right. The crux will feel a It desperate as you move between jiffy sections but it goes ... for the bold.
After the crux continue up easy climbing to next ledge and walk diagonally to next roof to finish on a high through pushy positive jugs. Easy belay with blocks at very top of Bluff Minor. Holds my feel unused but it hasn't had the traffic yet so adds to the experience.
It's a super adventure and will feel very exposed for people climbing at the grade and an interesting experience of traversing. Slings are handy and a keen eye for trad placements to keep it as safe as possible for your second.
FA: Matthew Rothwell, 2nd: Ian Grabowski
19 Oct 2018
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Tiger Wall Area Tiger Wall Under Flinders Lane Wall|
|16||★ Resignation Left Hand Start
Up the shallow L facing corner for 10m and rejoin the original. Slightly fiddly gear.
Start: Start just L of R.
FA: Chris Baxter & Mike Stone, 1977
|16||★★★ Resignation Direct
The direct line up P2 of Resignation and into the bulge of P3.
P1: As for Resignation.
P2: Instead of heading left to the weakness, continue straight up on orange rock to reach the bottom of the bulge on P3 of Resignation. Continue to Resignation's belay.
P3: Follow P4 of Resignation.
|16||★★ Absolutely Fabulous
Great first pitch up face left of Skylark. Second pitch is a bit scrappy until a good finishing headwall.
FA: Geoff Little, Maureen Little & Keith Lockwood, 2015
This good climb starting up the left arete of 'Kestrel' is probably best done with a long first pitch. A lot of parties take advantage of the rap anchor and skip the second pitch or do 'Kestrel Direct Finish'. However the second pitch has some good climbing, especially on the crux overhang low down. Noddy graded the top section 12 back in the day but is now unable to identify where it went. They may have gone much further right or maybe just a sandbag. Now has a lower-off on top pitch to avoid bushes and loose rock on exit - 60m rope mandatory.
FA: Matt Taylor, Keith Lockwood & Nick Andronis, 1975
|16||★★ Yo Yo
The major left-facing corner facing 'Kestrel' is another well-trodden favourite. The second and third pitches can be fairly easily combined, especially if double ropes are used.
FA: Mike Stone & Ian Speedie, 1965
|16||★ Monkey's Paw
Nice long pitch with multiple tricky sections
Climb orange crack 4 metres left of 'Syrinx', just right of GWDS. When it stops, step left to the next orange crack. Up easy ground to small orange R facing corner, step left and through overlaps 2 metres left of "interesting move" on 'Syrinx'. Up to 2nd belay on Syninx. Continue up that or roped traverse across to abseil on 'Nakablitz'.
FA: Recorded: Kieran Loughran & Meg Sleeman, 1992
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Tiger Wall Area Tiger Wall Syrinx Area|
|16||★ Deathwatch Beetle
1 13 27m
2 16 27m
3 10 35m
This fine climb varies considerably from the original climb but is much better. Start as for 'The Lute Direct'.
FA: Keith Lockwood, Ray Lassman (alt). Pitch 3 direct variant : Simon Mentz & Glenn Tempest., 1981
|130m, 4, 1|
(Somewhat rad?) A long adventure on good rock, straight to the summit of the mount. Individual pitch grades not supplied - the overall grade is 16 but some pitches are easier.
The last pitch is in a similar vein to the forgotten final pitch of Shaggy's Route and could well have been better consigned to the same fate.
Start: Start up easy, vegetated crack about 5 metres right of Shaggy's Route. This is also the start of 'The Wobble'.
FA: Keith Lockwood, Norm Booth, Ray Lassman & varied leads, 2006
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Tiger Wall Area Tiger Wall Boulders Roadside Crag|
|V0||★ Juggy traverse
|V0||★ Western Face
Climb up anywhere along the western face, it's all about the same grade.
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Tiger Wall Area Tiger Wall Boulders Crankshaft Boulder|
|V0||★ #3 slabby crack on Face of boulder behind
Beautiful incident cracks to high finish. Descent same way or over back.
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Tiger Wall Area Tiger Wall Boulders Good Morning Arapiles|
|V0||★ Selected Climbs problem #2
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Castle Crag|
Reachy moves up the R side of the wall facing the campsite, past a piton and not much else for gear.
Start: Traverse in from the start of Procul Harem (easy but exposed - you might want to rope up).
FA: John Fahey & Peter Jackson, 1965
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Grotto Wall Pan Grove|
In the shade for most of the day, so a good one to do when's it's hot. Oh, and the good bit may be short but it's feisty. Originally graded 12! Below the L-facing grey corner at the R end of the wall. Wander up to the corner, and jam it until it eases, then continue up to the arete. Rap anchor (30m) on finishing ledge (to the R).
FA: Rein Kamar & Bill Andrews., 1969
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Voodoo Area Argyle St Clump|
|16||No More Gaps
Follow cracks up R-wards to a bold finish up the R arete of the gully face.
Start: Start in the gully around L of 'Argyle Street' at a grassy patch.
FA: Kieran Loughran & Meg Sleeman, 1998
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Voodoo Area Rats Alley|
Thrash up the chimney to a crack on the R wall.
Start: Wander up the gully to the base of the chimney.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Geoff Uebergang, 1967
"For historical reasons only..."
Start: Near 'Nymph'.
FA: Norm Osborne, 1970
|Oceania Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Voodoo Area Dead-point Wall|
Committing crux with less-than-the-best gear. Left-facing corner at the left end of the cliff, just right of a callitris tree. Finish up gentle wall to bolt belay.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Kieran Loughran, 18 Jun 2018