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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Devil's Cauldron
15 Been There Done That

Above the left end of the platform a ragged overhang trends up the left. Easily to the start of the overhang and follow this to a short sharp finish.

FA: Mark Plenderleith & Denise Crook, 1988

Trad 12m
17 Fait Accompli

Above the right hand end of the platform is the prominent black bulge just to the left of the arete. Climb up and through the bulge, then keep to the crack and finish at the tree.

FA: Mark Plenderleith & Denise Crook, 1988

Trad 14m
15 Grinning, Greased and Gassed

Steep climbing on mega holds in a stunning position. From the right edge of the platform traverse out right to the arete and then follow this to finish just right of the tree.

FA: Mark Plenderleith & Denise Crook, 1988

Trad 15m
20 Sanctimonious Civil Servants

Superb climbing up the prominent crack right of GGG. Start up GGG and then at 5m head up right into a corner to a roof. Traverse out right to a juggy crack splitting the bulge. Up this to a little niche and then up and left to finish.

FA: Mark Plenderleith & Denise Crook, 1988

Trad 15m
Devil's Pantry
5 Devils Pantry Crack

Follow the crack/gap between the Devils Gullet and the Devils Pantry. Stay on the jugs on the Devils Pantry Wall. Note : on the topo the route goes under, not over the section of Devils Gullet

FA: Cris Brazzelli & Keir Gillam, 7 Jan 2012

Trad 19m
14 Wet Feet Warm Up

Stick exclusively to the crack, with hands and feet, a low angle initiation to the rest of the area.

FA: Cris Brazzelli & Keir Gillam, 7 Jan 2012

Trad 20m
Devil's Gullet
17 Devils Spit

As your back is towards the headland, listen for the swells breaking around it and then reaching up the Devils Gullet for your feet. A nice line similar to Eagle Ray Arête.

FA: Keir Gillam, 2 Feb 2012

Trad 19m
How Big Are Yours

Grade to be confirmed. A very intimidating line from the bottom, sustained overhanging crack route with a layback to get past the roof. A big commitment to start as there is no protection until you are around the bulge and up on the little platforms. If you fall you will end up below your belayer, you shouldn’t hit anything as its overhanging but it will be close to the Devils Pantry Wall. If you do fall time it with the swell for extra cushioning. Once in the finger crack head up to the roof then traverse right. When you look up you will see two cracks, you want the left one. (Crux) layback the left crack to the top and step out to the left. Continue easily to the top

FA: Keir Gillam, 2 Feb 2012

Trad 19m
To Start With, Bargain With the Devil to Free Your Rope

Grade needs to be confirmed. A very intimidating line from the bottom, sustained overhanging crack route with commitment to start but once you are going its fantastic moves the whole way in the fist and finger cracks. Start as for How Big Are Yours then straight up the crack.

FA: Keir Gillam, 31 Jan 2012

Trad 19m
18 Eagle Ray and the Turtle

Fantastic climbing straight up finger, fist, and hand cracks to the top.

FA: Keir Gillam, 5 Jan 2012

Trad 19m
19 And You Thought it would be Easy to Escape

Slightly overhanging with nice solid moves. Head diagonally up to the right until you get to the crack, then jam the cracks to the top.

FA: Keir Gillam, 2 Feb 2012

Trad 19m
16 Dolphin Pod

Come up the Devils Pantry Crack. Start off by layback then chimney until you can reach the Dolphin Pod crack. Once you have a hand in the crack don’t use the Devils Pantry wall anymore, pull up over little bulge and jam with hands and feet to the top. Short but sweet.

FA: Cris Brazzelli & Keir Gillam, 7 Jan 2012

Trad 19m
Devil's Shredder
13 The Number of The Beast

Traverse to the main chimney on the far left. Climb up the chossy chimney.

FA: Cris, 19 Feb 2012

Trad 19m
16 The Naked Fisherman

Head up the face huging the overhangs. At the last overhangtop out to the right

FA: sergio sanchez, 19 Feb 2012

Trad 19m
17 Ogling Osprey

It has it all, overhang, jugs, cracks, thin face...Head up the side of the first roof. Head through the overhang using the jugs and cracks, then move onto the face. Mantle onto the ledge with the pigface. Head straight up on thin face moves to top out.

FA: Cris & Keir, 19 Feb 2012

Trad 19m
18 Oh How I Miss Tasmanian Jamming

Grade needs to be confirmed Straight up through the roof aka “the shredder”, extremely committing. After the roof the next bit of gear is not until you reach the crack. Once through the roof easily jam the finger/hand crack all the way to the top.

FA: Keir, 21 Jan 2012

Trad 19m
17 Eagle Ray Arête

Step right from the platform and follow the intimidating looking arête through the devils teeth to the top. Avoid coming on to the main faces either side. Big winds add another dimension! I cannot stress this enought, go straight up through the overhanging bulges, it is the best and easiest route - refer to photo

FA: Cris & Keir, 7 Jan 2012

Trad 19m
Devil's Theatre
Cris Project #1
TradProject 35m
Cris project #2
TradProject 35m

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