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|20||★★ Seahawk (Top Pitch only)
The top pitch of Seahawk from DBB. Carefully up the brittle undercut start then march up and slightly right through band after band of different rock types. This pitch is quite overhung but juggy most of the way.
FA: Neil Monteith & Matt Brooks, 2013
|23||★★ All Guns Blazing (Top pitch only)
Undercut start to (shock horror) short bolted corner crack. When this ends pick your way up pumpy pocketed headwall until blistering crimpy crux at smooth orange section. Finish up long section of large sandy pockets. Retire. 13 bolts.
FA: Neil Monteith & Matt Brooks, 2013
A long pumper on pockets. A touch overhung. It's the ringbolted route squeezed between Destroyer and Voyager, but starting much lower on tiny 'ledge' with ring bolts.
Set by Neil Monteith, 26 Oct 2014
FA: Monty Curtis & ben lane, 19 Mar 2016
|Red Riding Hood Area|
|23||★ Big Bad Wolf
Starts under the line of rings 3m left of "When the Levee Breaks". Hard crux and will be desperate if you are a little short.
FA: Will Watkins, 26 Oct 2012
|18||★★ Hooray for Hippies
Best to rap off carrots for Sieze The Day access, and stop on good size ledge (enough for 3) belay off two rings, start looks intimidating but its fairly easy crux at mid height and the very top
FA: Rick, Paul, Gilles, Big G & Jonesy, 21 Oct 2012
|23||★ Sieze The Day
Rap off carrots, clipping some bolts on way down otherwise your stranded in space. Belay off double rings at small stance..Climbs switches on at halfway mark, if you don't like mono's you won't like this
FA: Rick Phillips & Paul Devine, 21 Oct 2012
|Liquid Insanity Area|
|24||★★★ Mister Bean
Clip first bolt of FL, then make way to arete passing another bolt. Follow arete passing 8 more bolts with one hidden around the left. Apparently grade 26 if you don't use the holds on the left of arete (but given one of the bolts is around there... .
FA: Greg James, 1992
|22||★ Grandmas ta Flash
Ring bolts a couple of metres right of Neptune.
FFA: Mike Garben
|23||★★ Unorthodox Liasons
Climb direct up the wall to the left of the arete past 5 ring bolts. Challenging moves low down leads to pleasant upper section.
FA: Will Watkins & Rick fatty fillips, 10 Nov 2012
|22||★★ Fight or Flight
Line of carrot bolts to the right of Liquid Daze. Great moves on great rock. Starts off the vegitated block ledge.
FA: R.Dunn & Matt Scoles, 2006
|22||★★ Just Technical
|22||★★ We Are Amphibious
Ring-bolted arete with awesome pockets.
FA: Neil Monteith & Chris Trengove, 2007
|Rex Hunt's Area|
|21||★★★ Rex Hunt's Love Child
A super classic - and probably the best route around this grade on the sea cliffs. Do it!
Start: Abseil in from carrot and cams for backup. Start on the left hand side of the wall below the rings. Take some trad gear as well to supplement the bolts if you are not confident at the grade. That said, hanging around to place gear might mean you miss the tick! Falls are safe from the crux.
Warning: As of 4/1/18, the fixed hanger at the anchor is loose and needs replacing.
FA: Paul Greenland, 1992
|23||★★ Two Minute Hate
Short punchy face. This is NOT a three star route. Maybe one star.
Rap in off ring and carrot. Down to double ring belay. Moderate move past 1st ring and punchy crux near top. Enjoy
FA: Tim Booth, 20 May 2018
Abseil off double rings to ledge. Double ring belay. Pre clip 1st ring as little spicy move down low. Cruise to mid height for punchy crux then go for ze sumeet
FA: Tim Booth, 11 Jun 2018
|24||★★ Wifey's cookin one
Rap in off double rings to double rings at ledge. Up then punchy second half with a big chuck to a pocket to finish
FA: Tim Booth, 12 Nov 2017
FFA: Tim Booth
|27/28||★★★ Lawson, git the Dawg
FA: Tim Booth
|28||★★★ High Society
Impressive steep arete, overhung on both sides. Bolts still good as at 2020. Fantastic easier climbing to a stout final section.
FA: Zac Vertress, 2006
|Lighthouse Lower Whalesong Buttress|
The face left of Whalesong with squillions of carrots - that are very hard to spot from below. Start on the left side of blunt arete at the foot of the buttress. Although generally the rock is excellent on this route, there are many large detached flakes that should have been removed with a hammer by the first ascent team. Be warned - get your belayer to wear a helmet. Don't believe the print guide topo - there is NO lower-off anchor at the top of this climb - just two carrots. You will need to finish up Superliner to get off.
FA: Robert Dunn & Werner Steyer, 2004
|Lighthouse Lower Atmosfear Wall|
Big, steep and on excellent rock for most of the way. The lower pitches start at sea level and feature amazing orange smooth rock. The upper easy pitch is a great single pitch in its own right with a variety of rock types (from smooth, to pocketed to slightly chossy). You can link pitch 1 & 2 together for one massive 50m pitch (as was done on the first ascent).
FA: Matt Brooks (p 1, 2) & Neil Monteith (p3), 4 May 2013
|84m, 3, 14|
|24||★★ All Guns Blazing
Multipitch sport route straight up the guts of the biggest and steepest section of Point Perp. Very sustained climbing on immaculate rock. The first pitch especially is an absolute stunner. It's 90m direct to sea level via free hanging abseil - a 100m rope, or two 50m tied together makes rap access easy (knot change required if using two 50m). Otherwise - fix a 50m rap rope and clip into bolts on the way down to the belay ledge at end of pitch 1. Then use a 70m rope doubled to make it to sea level. Don't attempt the lower pitches if the surf is up!
Set by Neil Monteith
FA: Neil Monteith (p1, 3) & Matt Brooks (p2), 25 Apr 2013
|20||★★ Wedding Party
Easier variant to Seahawk's second pitch. From belay ledge climb right clipping first two bolts of Seahawk, then keep traversin right and up white polished wall past two expansion bolts to ledge. Climbed on Neil's wedding day!
FA: Neil Monteith & Jono 'Bestman' Schmidt, 31 Aug 2013
Continous steep climbing on mostly big holds. Currently the right most line of bolts on the lower wall. Easy start up jugs then the angle starts to steepen and the holds get smaller. Keep fighting through a pumpy section to jugs. Finish up superb polished rock heading slightly left to double rings on ledge below top pitch of All Guns Blazing.
FA: Neil Monteith & Matt Brooks, 4 May 2013
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