|South East Hobart and surrounds Waterworks Quarry|
|17||★ Justin's Crack
FA: Justin Kennedy
|South East Hobart and surrounds Proctor's Road Quarry Lower Tier Right Wall|
|19||★ Nose Job||7m|
|17||★ Hair Lip||8m|
|South East Hobart and surrounds Proctor's Road Quarry Upper Tier|
|South East Hobart and surrounds Mount Wellington The Organ Pipes Broken Buttress|
|11||Van Diemen Buttress|
FA: R. Alsop, M. Douglas, A. Keller, Mar 1968. Direct Finish: R. Mansfield, P. Robinson, Sep 1980. & R. Mansfield, 1968
|19||Start Me Up
FA: N. Deka & S. Bunton, 1987
FA: U. Aurelli, D. Cox & P. Sands, 1961
FFA: P. Robinson & R. Mansfield, 1980
|23||★ The Light||35m|
|22||★ The Good, The Excellent and The Ugly
FA: D. Stephenson & N. Deka, 1988
FA: G. Kowalik & P. Robinson, 1981
|21||★ Blind Faith||35m|
|18||★★ Tired Cliches||20m|
|12||Brand New Lies||15m|
|18||★★ Rick the Redneck||25m|
|South East Hobart and surrounds Mount Wellington The Organ Pipes University Buttress|
|21||★ Two Angry Young Men||50m, 2|
|19||★★ Pete's Power Plummet
Cracks left of the Triclinicity corner, to DBB.
|21||★★ Wide Boy
FA: R. Parkyn & O. Gervasoni, Feb 2015
|22||★★ Blind Vision
FA: R Parkyn, Mar 2015
|22||★★ Blank Generation||60m, 2|
|17||★★★ Chancellor Direct
Start: Starts at the clean RH facing corner near the foot of Avalanche Couloir
FA: I. Lewis & L. Closs, 1972
|19||★★★ Carpe Diem
Brilliant face climbing. A double set of small/medium wires very useful. About 10m right of CD is a recessed column. Scramble up to the base with care. Up, till you can step right onto the column proper. Follow shallow r facing corner till the gear fizzles out, then reach righ to gain hidden flake. Follow this up to gain top of column. There is a DBB a few metres up and left.
|20||★★★ Piping Hot
Crack to right of carpet diem with roof at 20m.
|20||Clench Your Fist and Think of England||18m|
|18||★ The Cocktail Hour
The arete directly off the walking track. Good but spaced protection.
FA: Tony McKenny & Bob Bull, 2016
Starts directly from the track between Bulging Buttress and University Buttress. Climb right side of arete on flakes and horizontals.
|South East Hobart and surrounds Mount Wellington The Organ Pipes Bulging Buttress|
|22||★★★ (S.S.S.S.I.) Seriously Searching for Sanity but Suiciding Instead||32m|
|25||★★ Mildly Amused||35m, 9|
|22||★★ Beaten and Abused
FA: D. Stephenson, N. Deka & P. Steane, 1989
|22||★★ Crazed and Confused
FA: N. Deka, D. Stephenson & Feb 1989, 1989
|18||★★ The Wizard||80m, 2|
|21||★★★ Cold Power||30m|
|14||★ Lignum Vitae||100m|
|18||★★★ Black Magic
Clamber up the rocks to a lightly overhanging finger crack. Follow this up and over several spears of rock, When you reach the second (larger) platform, head to the crack on the left. Be sure to check around the corner to the right so you don't miss the rap bolts. If you reach a platform behind the large boulder you've already passed them.
FA: Kim Carrigan & Ian Lewis, 1975
|17||Magic Mushroom Variants||50m|
|19||★★ Malignant Mushroom||50m|
|22||★★ Equipoise||30m, 1|
FA: A. Donoghue & H. Jackson, Feb 2014
|16||Eye for a Line||34m|
|17||★★ Jelly Roll
Cracked face just to the right of the prow, 2m left of the tree. Great if you are a percussionist. For the rest of us, however, the tone emitted by tapping the flakes on this route is a tad scary (but the gear is good). Finishes with double bolt belay at the Black Magic step.
FA: S. Parsons, P. Bigg & Apr 1978., 1976
|19||★★ Smoke and Mirrors||35m|
FA: P. Robinson, C. (Basil) Rathbone & May 2013, May 2013
FA: T. Terry & K. Hall, 1968
|13||★ Breaker Spur||100m, 4|
|16||★★ Indian Summer
FA: T. McKenny & P. Robinson, 2013
FA: L. Martin & T. Smith, Feb 2014
|17||★★ Cracked Pepper
FA: I. Snape, T. McKenny (alt.) & A. Adams, Dec 2012
FA: G. Kowalik & P. Robinson, 1979
FA: H. Jackson & A. Donoghue, Mar 2014
|South East Hobart and surrounds Mount Wellington The Organ Pipes Teardrop Gully|
|21||★★★ Farewell to Arms
The obvious crack system on the south face of the first buttress, clearly visible from the track. Start at the base of the buttress, between Out Of The Frying Pan and Into The Fire. Climb the sustained, flared cracks up the face to belay on a ledge just below the top of the buttress. Tape abseil to descend.
FA: D. Stephenson & N. Deka, 1989
|22||★★★ Into the Fire
A sustained route following the prominent corners on the north side of the first buttress, clearly visible from the Organ Pipes Track.
Climb with difficulty into a shallow scoop using insecure small wires for protection (a peg was used here originally). Continue through a bulge using layaway holds to one more queasy experience, a sloping jug. Continue up to belay at a ledge.
FA: Simon Parsons & Kim Bischoff, 1981
Start approximately 5m left of Wootang. Climb the thin crack line just right of the arête, protected by small to mid-sized cams (some people think these small cams are quite dodgy), then continue up the shallow corner above past 3 FH to a DBB at the ledge. A. Williams, early 2005.
FFA: A. Williams, 2005
|26||★★ The Colour of Magic||25m, 7|
|18||★★ Ano's Sojourn||10m|
|17||Fire and Forget||12m|
|17||★ Deano's new climb
Starts just uphill of the pinnacle in an offwidth crack. Climb three offwidth sections to belay in base of chimney. Scramble out.
FA: Deano & Topher, Dec 2012
|18||★★ Built like a donkey||22m|
|South East Hobart and surrounds Mount Wellington The Organ Pipes Step Tier|
|21||★★ Left Out||30m|
|24||★★ Sucked In|
|20||Mothers on Adrenalin||25m|
|16||★★★ Moonraker||70m, 3|
|17||★★ Moonraker variant
Alternative to the first two pitches of Moonraker. Pitch 1: Climb the crag for 10m, traverse right in the horizontal break to the cave and keep going as for Moonraker Pitch 2: Follow original variant until below the chimney, then step right to a small ledge and continue with the steep crack until you reach the original line again. Pitch 3: to rap station as for Moonraker
|19||★ One Way to the Moon||40m|
Nice line, take a #4 and #5.
FA: I Lewis & D Hain, 1974
|19||★★★ Lone Stranger
FA: Kim Carrigan & Ian Lewis, 1974
|17||Sunday Morning Fever!||25m|
|South East Hobart and surrounds Mount Wellington The Organ Pipes Great Tier|
|19||★★ Static Journey||50m|
|20||★★ Dynamic Journey||25m|
|16||★★ Melancholy Mania||100m, 3|
|17||★ Manic Melancholy
A less vegetated variant for Melancholy Mania. Takes the rib if rock to the L of the second pitch of Melancholy Mania. Scramble around from Suicide Sadness to avoid the first pitch of the above climb and belay at the base of the chimney. Climb up cracks and shallow corner past rooflet and blocky sections up the belay for Melancholy Mania.
|20||★★ Tsing Gai||65m|
|21||★ Massacre Madness||40m|
|18||★★★ Suicide Sadness||60m|
|25||★ Terror Firmer||20m|
FA: J Moore & P Stranger, 1968