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  <header autonumber="true" camping="" id="1" access="The Hazards Main Wall is about 1.5km (40 minutes walk) south of Sleepy Bay car park. From the car park follow the well-worn track down to the beach and continue further along the coast to where the Sea Level and the Skyline traverse diverge. From here the Sea Level traverse provides the quickest access to routes left of Epaminondas. Routes right of Epaminondas are best approached by a mid-level traverse. The mid level traverse is cairned, branching left from the Skyline traverse at a point halfway to the top of the hill. The Skyline Traverse is used to descend from all routes not equipped with rap stations. It is well formed and cairned.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Generally more compact, the climbs right of The Laughing Jackass are less than 140m high and well defined, but Japhlion, Trusting Rust, Pneisses and others nearby are 250m high and not well defined because they pick the nice slabs amongst the confusion. It is best to identify Full Sail, Stud City &amp; Japhlion, and work from these to locate the other climbs. The routes that do not finish at the top of the cliff, require a bit of a scramble to reach the crest. Allow enough time for route finding when setting off. Descents can be epic in the dark.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Bolts on routes from the 1980s and 90s can be rusty mild steel carrots or expansion bolts that are now decades old, and not necessarily safe! " acknowledgement="" history="" intro="" name="Hazards Main Wall" rock="Pink, slabby granite, up to 300m high" sun="Morning sun" walk="30 - 50 minutes"/>
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  <climb id="4" name="Skyline Traverse" fa="Not known" stars="" length="8hrs" grade="2-3" extra="" number="1.">No gear required except possibly water: there is a fixed abseil point along the way but this can be bypassed. Can be done in either direction and involves steep technical scrambling and advanced navigation skills. The polished sections of granite can be very slippery after rain but the friction is usually phenomenal!&lt;br/&gt;Start at the Sleepy Bay car park and follow the track which heads south along the coast past Little Gravelly Beach. After the boot cleaning area, follow the slabs for about 300m to a cairned route which heads steeply up the hill before the remnants of a white dotted line begins. Follow the faint dotted line over Mt Parsons, past a massive bivvy cave, until it ceases on Mt Baudin. Navigation from here is difficult as the obvious way to Mt Dove is blocked by deep ravines and massive boulders. Either abseil in and find a way south through the boulders and scrub or scramble west down a gully till you can traverse back south. When back on the skyline, continue south, down to the col between Mt Baudin and Mt Dove and then steeply up to the summit of Dove. The difficulties aren't over here as the steep scramble down the slabs and corners to the col before Mt Amos still requires care. &lt;br/&gt;Most climbers finish on Mt Amos and walk down the tourist track but it is possible to make your way down through the scrub and over the boulders to the saddle between Mt Amos and Mt Mayson, and then on down to the Wineglass Bay tourist track on the west side of the Peninsular which takes you back to the main car parks. Allow at least a couple of hours extra for this section.&lt;br/&gt;The point where the ascent of Mt. Parsons begins is where the Sea-level Traverse diverges off left, and as you ascend from here Hazards Main Wall is to your left (south). Where this ascent relents and is level for ~200m is the top of the longer routes at the south of Hazards Main Wall (Japhlion etc.), and so this is also the quickest descent route from Hazards Main Wall. Also this point is roughly the same altitude as the foot of Wombat Crag (middle tier), part of which can be seen from here if you look west. This is the best way to reach Wombat Crag, and is the return route and one access for Flowstone. From the top of Mt. Parsons, Flowstone can be seen ~500m away to the south, the foot up to ~150m above the water. Just below the summit of Mt. Dove and to its northwest is the cliff called Windy Hill. To your left when you're in the saddle between Dove and Amos is the east face of Amos.</climb>
  <climb id="5" name="Sealevel Traverse" fa="R. Williams, L. Closs, summer 1970." stars="**" length="8hrs" grade="16" extra="" number="2.">Strictly a misnomer, as sometimes you get some distance from the sea - take water and at least a small rack and a rope (the first climbers bivvied half way). A wet suit is an optional luxury! Requires a fairly still day with low swell. &lt;br/&gt;Start at the Sleepy Bay car park (a car shuffle may be necessary if you don't want a long slog back from the other end), and walk down the tourist track past Little Gravelly Beach. andThe thenroute followdiverges from the littoralSkyline lineTraverse asjust closelypast asthe isUnderworld reasonableand southgoes anddown thentowards westsea tolevel Wineglass- Bay.shortly Shortly after the route diverges down from the Skyline Traverse this climb the "Horizontal Chimney". After 2km of traversing on the slabs and climbing over short steps, you round a corner and see Flowstone Wall. At this point you are at The Gonk. Just after you pass below Flowstone you must swim ~50m (unless you climb Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, or any other route on Flowstone, then drop back to sea level). Scramble and walk more easily along the coast line, finishing at the north end of Wineglass Bay Beach. Return over the tourist track to the Mt Amos car park.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="6">Main Wall Right Hand Side</text>
  <text class="Discussion" id="7">The following climbs start from the mid level traverse, a line leading left from the Skyline traverse that accesses the steeper part of the cliff. Follow the Skyline traverse halfway up the hill for approximately 200m. A series of cairns and a rough pad lead off left and traverese round and down under the cliffs. There are two variant traverse lines. The Axiom round to the Reprieve are accessed from a higher level above a slab. For routes left of Stud City take the lower level variant which traveres under the bottom of the slab past the bolted routes Slippery Slope and Touch and Go, climbing back up to join the crag at Stud City. Routes are described from right to left.</text>
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  <climb id="9" name="The Axiom" fa="Sam Edwards, Garry Phillips, Roger Parkyn, Sep 1994." stars="***" length="30m" grade="24" extra="" number="3." guide.action="submit""45""0" guide.type="climb">Start at the base of the waterwashed groove 30m right of Full Sail. Follow 9 bolts up the polished groove to a large ledge and rap anchors. The crux is overcoming the two inital bulges and is technical but not strenuous.</climb>
  <text class="Discussion" id="10">Rap anchors now exist to service the next few climbs and can be found at the top of Full Sail.</text>
  <climb id="11" name="Full Sail" fa="K. Lindorff, K. Roseberry, Jan 1977." stars="**" length="40m" grade="19" extra="" number="4." guide.action="submit""44""0" guide.type="climb">On the RH end of the Main Wall there is a compact wall about 100m from sea level. At the RH end of the wall and running to the right a prominent roof splits the wall at about 15m height. Full Sail takes the line on the LH end of this roof. Climb the line to the corner of the roof, step left, then continue up past large columnar bridge to a DBB where angle eases. Instead of stepping left at the roof it is possible to continue up the crack through the roof and traverse left at the next blank wall. This makes the climb more sustained but still 19.</climb>
  <climb id="12" name="Full Sail Direct" fa="Doug Fife, L.Minami, Dec 1982." stars="**" length="36m" grade="20" extra="" number="5." guide.action="submit""43""0" guide.type="climb">A few metres left of Full Sail below a bolt at 5m. Climb via the bolt into Full Sail and up this line to the top.</climb>
  <climb id="76" stars="*" extra="" number="6." name="Full Sail Ahead   " length="40m" grade="22" fa="Andrew [Squib] Cubbon &amp; Isaac Lethborg, Oct 2017">A good line with good climbing on nice rock, but the second half is very poorly protected and higher up falling does not become an option, hence the lack of another star. Could be top-roped from the ‘Full Sail’ anchors.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Start as for ‘Full Sail’:&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;1. 40m 22 – Climb the straight line of ‘Full Sail’ without moving left at any point. Difficult moves over the bulge with poor pro leads to a delicate, un-protectable corner. Tip toe your way up this with increasing trepidation until your first gear just below the anchors.&lt;br/&gt;</climb>
  <climb id="73" stars="*" extra="" number="7." name="The smell of an oily rag" length="65m" grade="20" fa="Alex Lewis and Kate Tasker Aug 2015">Start up Full Sail Direct until 3m above roof, then traverse R into corner/ledge system and up right to arching overlap. Along this to its R end, up and over, step right to a good cam in a horizontal. Blast up the slab aiming for the anchors on The Axiom (FA went up black streak but follow your nose). A worthwhile outing and a mega single pitch tbat will fulfill your narcissistic desires. The hardest moves are the start but the top is enticingly bold.</climb>
  <climb id="13" name="Havahorror" fa="Doug Fife, L.Minami, Dec 1982." stars="*" length="45m" grade="21" extra="" number="8." guide.action="submit""42""0" guide.type="climb">The first line left of Full Sail, often a bit dirty, but cleaning it is easy if you do one of the other routes first. Up the fine left facing corner.</climb>
  <climb id="14" name="Trucks Have Wings" fa="A.Hasan, Garn Cooper, Jun 1992." stars="**" length="45m" grade="18" extra="" number="9." guide.action="submit""41""0" guide.type="climb">Excellent. The first crack left of Havahorror. Climb the slab past two bolts (crux), move right into the crack. Up this and the slab above.</climb>
  <climb id="80" stars="**" extra="7Þ" number="10." name="ProjectSlippery Slope" length="30m" grade="21" fa="David Stephenson">The  and Ben Maddison, August 2020">Delicate climbing up the bolted left leaning seam on the polished slabs below Trucks Have Wings,. 6mThe rightdifficulties of ease considerably after the first 3 bolts. DBB at top. The smooth slab between Slippery Slope and Touch and Go. Closedgoes projectat for nowgrade 22/23 and can be top roped from either set of anchors - a decision was made to not bolt it due to proximity to the other routes.</climb>
  <climb id="79" stars="**" extra="12Þ" number="11." name="Touch and Go" length="30m" grade="21" fa="David Stephenson and Stu Scott, August 2019">Lovely. AThe fully bolted, very polished water streak on6m the slabs below the right end left of the Main Wall offers delicate and sustained climbing. Approach the start via the lower level traverse line along the base of the slab, or traverse in from the base of Full Sail etc to the top anchors and abseil to the base of the route. Follow the line of bolts past several cruxes to a DBB just below the ledgeSlippery Slope. The crux comes in the first 10m. DBB at top.</climb>
  <climb id="15" name="Jack Shit" fa="Garn Cooper, P.Sullivan, Adam Potito, Mar 1993." stars="" length="45m" grade="17" extra="" number="12." guide.action="submit""39""0" guide.type="climb">A dirty adventure, which with a good cleaning effort or much traffic might become a good climb. Start as for Trucks Have Wings, clipping it's first two bolts before traversing left past the first crack to climb the second one. The direct start was done on top-rope by the second.</climb>
  <climb id="16" name="The Reprieve" fa="B. Kennedy, D. Bowman, Dec 1976." stars="" length="90m" grade="18" extra="" number="13." guide.action="submit""38""0" guide.type="climb">Surprisingly worthwhile and adventurous. Start 30m left of Full Sail at a pile of blocks on the ledge. &lt;br/&gt;1. 45m. Move up wall on good holds then friction traverse right for 6m then up to ledge and dead tree. Continue easily up wall to belay. &lt;br/&gt;2. 45m. Traverse left for 6m then straight up to ledge.</climb>
  <climb id="17" name="Leo&apos;s Retreat" fa="C. Rathbone, G. Kowalik, P. Robinson, Nov 1976." stars="" length="160m" grade="15" extra="" number="14." guide.action="submit""37""0" guide.type="climb">Loose, scrubby and indirect, found 30m left of The Reprieve. &lt;br/&gt;1. 25m. Up variety of cracks to belay on sloping ledge to the left. &lt;br/&gt;2. 42m. Move left around the corner to a large scrubby terrace. Walk 30m left to the obvious corner. &lt;br/&gt;3. 25m. Move up right to a small hollow, then trend left and up via the corner to a good ledge. &lt;br/&gt;4. 30m. Move right for 12m then up a wide crack to clean slabs. Belay on jammed blocks. &lt;br/&gt;5. 12m. Left up slabs to small caves. &lt;br/&gt;6. 33m. Up broken walls to the base of the overhang. &lt;br/&gt;7. 40m. Right for 12m, up grooves, then across the slab to final short wall and on to top.</climb>
  <climb id="18" name="Trouble In Paradise" fa="Roger Parkyn, C.Bye, Nov 1992." stars="" length="9m" grade="21" extra="" number="15." guide.action="submit""36""0" guide.type="climb">This is the bolted route about 20m right of Stud City, just left of a corner. The first two bolts are missing hangers, but take wires. The climbing isn't great, but there is a single bolt belay and lower off.</climb>
  <text class="text" id="70">The descent for the next few climbs is serviced by either abseil or by continuing upward to meet the Skyline Traverse. &lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Abseil route: From the top of Stud City scramble (roped up) right for 30m to a bigger ledge where on the edge of the slab you will see a tree with a sling on it. Rap 50m from here to a huge ledge covered in trees. From this ledge walk down about 10m towards the next drop off where you will see a tree beside a small gully. Rap 30m from here to the ground.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Alternately from the top of Stud City you can climb up to tree-filled corner above (you might want to stay roped up) and continue scrambling upwards till you meet up with the Skyline Traverse.</text>
  <climb id="20" name="Stud City" fa="B.Kennedy, T.Beaman, R.Muehlin, Jan 1977. FFA: H, Rock Daddy, Noel Baby." stars="***" length="100m" grade="19" extra="" number="16." guide.action="submit""33""0" guide.type="climb">The original classic on this part of the cliff, it is highly regarded. Well protected (full rack up to #4 BD), it takes in the enormous flake that can be seen from just before the horizontal chimney on the sea level traverse. It is much easier to approach along the higher traverse line, the route along the base of these climbs, than from sea level. The climb begins straight above the horizontal chimney by the largest gum tree on the scrubby terrace.&lt;br/&gt;1. 40m 17. Up right trending crack until the large hollow flake is reached. Traverse right, along the flake and up groove to belay on ledges.&lt;br/&gt;2. 30m 18. Continue up to the flake, undercling right along the flake to its end. Move 3m right across slab to belay below water runnel chimney.&lt;br/&gt;3. 30m 19. Move up chimney groove to finger crack, continue up until the climbing gets desperate, at which point it is possible to move left onto the wall, which is climbed to a small ledge and crack. Take the handcrack to top, belay on tree. (This pitch can be linked with the previous one on a full stretched 60m double rope &amp; no drag. Keep small gear for the end)</climb>
  <climb id="19" name="Continuum" fa="Hamish and Marcel Jackson Feb 1999." stars="**" length="60m" grade="17" extra="" number="17." guide.action="submit""35""0" guide.type="climb">Originally led ground up with a large runout out through the crux; the FA team failed to subsequently repeat this route a few years on (self sand bag). As of June 2017 two bolts have been added and some brushing of the initial groove has consideriably improved the route's repeatability. Start at the belay atop the first pitch of Stud City.&lt;br/&gt;1. 30m 17. Climb the second pitch of Stud City to the initial overlap (10m below the enormous flake) then follow the diagonal overlap leading right past 2 BR and spaced but good natural gear. When the overlap peters out, continue traversing right then up to belay just right of the arête on a decent size sloping ledge.&lt;br/&gt;2. 30m 15. Step back left of the arête and follow the convoluted depressions up the arête to the top with spaced gear. Great climbing for the grade.</climb> 
  <climb id="21" name="Well Hung" fa="Hamish and Marcel Jackson Feb 1999." stars="" length="50m" grade="18" extra="" number="18.">Exciting stuff following a direct continuation of Stud City's big corner. Start up S.C.'s second pitch, but instead of going right across the under-cling flake, take the cracks straight up through the roof/overlap and ultimately take the RH crack (crux, crack currently full of dirt and grass making it impossible to climb without rap cleaning it first) to the top of the slabs. Passing the overlap turns out to be relatively easy, but pretty exposed.</climb>
  <climb id="22" name="RP Freedomseeker" fa="Garn Cooper, Al Adams, B. Kennedy, Mar 1991." stars="*" length="100m" grade="17" extra="" number="19." guide.action="submit""32""0" guide.type="climb">Optional bouldery start through gum leaves to gain the ramp. Otherwise start at Stud City.&lt;br/&gt;1. 35m 17. Climb the right-leading ramp, then up into Stud City and up to belay where a big ledge leads left.&lt;br/&gt;2. 30m 17. Traverse left into the corner. Climb corner and clean wall on left, then up slab to belay.&lt;br/&gt;3. 35m. On to top.</climb>
  <climb id="23" name="Torstein And Back" fa="G.Cooper, M.Sands, Nov 1991." stars="" length="16m" grade="19" extra="" number="20." guide.action="submit""31""0" guide.type="climb">How can you ignore a line like this? Approx. 4m above the first belay on Hootin and Jivin (belay there). Traverse along the flake to the right. Continue up RP Freedom Seeker, or Stud City, or whatever.</climb>
  <climb id="24" name="Hootin And Jivin" fa="Garn Cooper, B. Kennedy, Feb 1988." stars="" length="90m" grade="22" extra="" number="21." guide.action="submit""29""0" guide.type="climb">Well protected at the difficult sections. Just left of Stud City, below the right hand end of the obvious traverse line. &lt;br/&gt;1. 20m. Up, then traverse left, to belay on the ledge after the hard bit. &lt;br/&gt;2. 20m. Straight up the corner, stepping left at the huge diagonal to surmount the bulge. &lt;br/&gt;3. 50m. Straight up to belay (quite run-out, but easy).</climb>
  <text class="Discussion" id="25">A first rate, but solid (22,19,18,19) outing would be to climb the first pitch of Hootin and Jivin, followed by Torstein and Back, then reverse the traverse of RP Freedomseeker to finish up the last two pitches of Stud City.</text>
  <climb id="75" stars="***" extra="Þ" number="22." name="Winning Streaks" length="115m" grade="18" fa="Dave Stephenson and Stu Scott, October 2018">A clean fully bolted slab route that offers four excellent pitches of varied climbing. The best approach by far is to abseil in from the top, although it is also possible to reach the climb from the ground at a significantly harder grade via either Hootin and Jivin or Lubricity.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Gear: 2 x 50/60m ropes or 1 x 70/80m rope, 12 draws.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Access: The top of the climb is directly below The Bullshit Factor, the prominent overhanging dihedral on the Suzuki Complex. It is reached in a 40 minute walk from the Sleepy Bay carpark, via a rough cairned track that leaves the Skyline Traverse shortly before gaining the top of the Hazards Main Wall and crosses to the ocean side of the ridge at the point where it levels off and is capped with some large boulders, near the top of the Suzuki Complex. Scramble down and walk south along the base of the Suzuki Complex, then scramble 25m down the scrubby slope directly below the Bullshit Factor to a large boulder perched on top of the slab, where the top anchors are located. Four abseils down the line of bolts will get you to the bottom of the climb, which is a small stance with a DBB at the base of a short corner, about 20m from the ground above an overhanging wall. The first two abseils can be combined in a 60m rope stretcher from the LOWER set of anchors on the slab, but make sure you knot the ends of your rope! The ground can be reached with a 35m abseil from the anchors at the bottom of P2, or a 20m abseil from the anchors at the bottom of P1.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;1. 20m 17, 5 bolts. Follow the slightly right trending line up the slab to a TBB on the brushy ledge.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;2. 30m 18/21, 9 bolts. Up the groove above the belay, stepping left onto the slab where the groove steepens and disappears (18). Alternatively, the groove finishes with a very thin exit onto the slab above (21). Continue up the easy slab to a DBB at a small stance.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;3. 35m 18, 7 bolts. Climb the featured wall between the white water streaks, continuing up the easy slab above to a DBB at a small stance.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;4. 30m 18, 8 bolts. Pad up the polished water streaks to glory, passing a small bush and overlap to a DBB. &lt;br/&gt;</climb>
  <climb id="26" name="Lubricity" fa="Pitch 1: A. Potito, R. Eccleston Jul 1993. Pitch 2-3: A. Hasan, G. Cooper, A. Herington, M.Sands, Jun 1992." stars="" length="105m" grade="22" extra="" number="23." guide.action="submit""28""0" guide.type="climb">A good route which combines a very steep start with some beautiful slab climbing above. Awaits a direct third pitch which has been top-roped by seconds at grade 18. Five metres right of Kids on Skids, there's a ledge below and to the left of where a short left facing corner broaches the overhanging wall. Start here. &lt;br/&gt;1. 35m. Right along the ledge, then up the corner to a sloping hold and bolt. More desperate moves up and left onto slab, which is followed past two overlaps. Traverse left for 5m under second overlap to a weakness leading back right which is followed. Belay on the ledge above. &lt;br/&gt;2. 30m. Straight up passing a bolt in the slab, then slightly left and up to a 5 hex placement in the ocean of granite, then another bolt. Belay beneath the wall. &lt;br/&gt;3. 40m. Diagonally right along ledge to a feasible crack system (8m). Up passing a cave on the right before moving back left to a slabby corner. Belay when angle eases.</climb>
  <climb id="27" name="Tic Tac Toe" fa="Kim Robinson 12 Aug 2001." stars="" length="15m" grade="25" extra="" number="24.">Climbs the overhanging crack between Lubricity and Kids on Skids. Head right to Lubricity once topped out over lip.</climb>
  <climb id="28" name="Kids On Skids" fa="Garn Cooper, Al Adams, Jan 1988." stars="**" length="95m" grade="17" extra="" number="25." guide.action="submit""26""0" guide.type="climb">The first pitch is a psychological wrestle, the second a mossy slab and the third finishes up a steep headwall. The stars are for the first pitch. Start 20m right of Cosmic City Flameout and 30m left of Stud City at the point where the overhanging wall changes to a slab under some small overlaps.&lt;br/&gt;1. 20m 17. Up, traverse left to a small flake at 5m, then straight up through the overlaps to belay at small one man cave with slot in roof. Gear is good but relatively sparse and some of the rock is a little suspect. Rap off (while you're ahead) a thread here (2m long tape threads replaced Sep 2013).&lt;br/&gt;2. 40m 17. Step right 2m and up RP crack. When this runs out and the angle eases, go straight up to belay at a small 1m wall, 5m below the steep headwall. It is possible to rap off here by traversing 8m left to the DBB on Don't Land on the Lunch (1x 56m).&lt;br/&gt;3. 30m. Step right a little and go up the steep polished cracks through the headwall.</climb>
  <climb id="29" name="Don&apos;t Land On The Lunch" fa="Al Adams, Garn Cooper, Pete Steane, Jan 1990. Direct headwall finish added by Matt Perchard, J.Keane Dec 1990." stars="**" length="93m" grade="20" extra="" number="26." guide.action="submit""25""0" guide.type="climb">A triumph over self-doubt. This testpiece slab was bolted on lead, so spare a thought for the first ascentionist, who climbed it ground up, before complaining about the lack of bolts and gear. Starts at a large boulder left of Kids on Skids, below two closely positioned bolts.&lt;br/&gt;1. 56m 20. Straight up past small ledge and the 2 bolts (carrots, topmost with hanger) to reach a welcome stance with spike runner (crux). Up the slab to a big cave. Pass the cave on the left and continue up to the right facing flake and gear (phew). Follow the line aiming for the apex of the triangular slab. From here, move right a touch and up slab via two overlaps for 8m to the left end of small one metre wall, 5m below the steep headwall (DBB).&lt;br/&gt;2. 37m 18. Continue up the headwall via the obvious crack onto the slab and up to belay. Alternatively traverse right from the DBB for 8m into a cave then up pitch 3 of Kids on Skids or simply use the DBB to rap off (56m).</climb>
  <climb id="30" name="Cosmic City Flameout" fa="B. Kennedy, P. Cullen, Jan 1977." stars="" length="150m" grade="19" extra="" number="27." guide.action="submit""24""0" guide.type="climb">Not too sustained nor inspiring. Starts as for Don't Land on the Lunch at a large boulder left of Kids on Skids.&lt;br/&gt;1. 30m 19. Move up onto ledge, diagonally left along weakness then 5m up to follow flake. Move up wall above until angle eases. &lt;br/&gt;2. 40m 15. Move easily up wall and slab to belay in small cave. &lt;br/&gt;3. 45m 16. Climb fused corner until quartz veins. Traverse right then up wall to belay. &lt;br/&gt;4. 35m. Continue easily to top.</climb>
  <climb id="31" name="Auntie Helen, There&apos;s Something Furry In Your Fridge" fa="G. Cooper, P. Cullen, Feb 1988." stars="" length="143m" grade="18" extra="" number="28.">Not even a strong line. Start as for Fianchetto. &lt;br/&gt;1. 23m. As for Fianchetto. &lt;br/&gt;2. 40m. Step right then straight up.&lt;br/&gt;3. 40m. Straight up slab. &lt;br/&gt;4. 40m. Step right, then up delightful scallops to traverse right across a dubious bridge (pons asinorum) below steep headwall.</climb>
  <climb id="32" name="Fianchetto" fa="G. Cooper, B. Kennedy, Feb 1988." stars="" length="100m" grade="18" extra="" number="29." guide.action="submit""23""0" guide.type="climb">A strong line is the best that can be said about this one. Starts 20m left of Cosmic City Flameout at a big steep left facing corner. &lt;br/&gt;1. 23m. Up corner, left under roof, then up to belay on big loose flake. &lt;br/&gt;2. 22m. Continue up, traversing left under headwall roofs, to belay where drag dictates. &lt;br/&gt;3. 55m. Continue left until roofs end, then straight up to finish below steep headwall. Exit right via pons-asinorum (Epaminondas pitch 5).</climb>
  <climb id="33" name="Epaminondas" fa="Pitches 1-4: Garn Cooper, Al Adams, Jan 1990. Fat Boy variant (pitches 5 &amp; 6): Dave Gardner, Garn Cooper, Fat Boy Buckley, Mar 1993" stars="*" length="226m" grade="17" extra="" number="30." guide.action="submit""19""0" guide.type="climb">A hoot for the grade, particularly the first pitch. Named after a foolish and dimwitted boy from a children's story. Start 7m L of Fianchetto, directly below parallel cracks and the LH end of the first big roof. &lt;br/&gt;1. 31m. Up small crack for 5m, L for 8m, up short R facing corner for 10m to stance, L for 5m to base of crack, up this for 3m to good stance and awkward semi-hanging belay on slab. &lt;br/&gt;2. 47m. Follow crack up slab for 3m, traverse L on horizontal break for 10m, up major corner for 4m, move 2m R to thin flakes and crack. Up crack and steep corner above to belay on slab near trees. &lt;br/&gt;3. 50m. Straight up slab to belay at base of groove just short of a tree covered terrace on RHS. &lt;br/&gt;4. 8m. Climb the groove to belay on the terrace. &lt;br/&gt;5. 50m. Last pitch has been separated as an exit route. See route description 'Pons asinorum'&lt;br/&gt;5a. Fat Boy variant: Traverse L off the terrace and across the cave. Climb the line leading out the top of the cave to belay at the foot of a short laid back corner. &lt;br/&gt;6. 40m. Fat Boy variant continued: Up corner then up the terraces.</climb>
  <climb id="72" name="Pons Asinorum" fa="" stars="" length="50m" grade="??" extra="" number="31.">An escape option right exists via the 'pons asinorum' (bridge of asses). Walk 10m R to the end of the terrace and belay. Step 2m down around the corner, then climb the delightfully scalloped slab to the top. Traverse R below the steep headwall across a dubious bridge (pons asinorum) to belay near scrub. To exit, walk R along the terrace system, moving up a level after 30m to access exit chimney and easier ground.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="34">Main Wall Left Hand Side</text>
  <text class="Discussion" id="35">The following climbs start downhill to the left of Epaminondas and are most quickly approached along the sealevel traverse if the swell permits this. They are described R-L to continue on from the previous section.</text>
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  <text class="text" id="37">About 100-150m past the horizontal chimney on the Sea Level Traverse, the base of the wall reaches its lowest point at about 70m above sea level. About 40m left of this low point is a right-facing corner, about 45m high and 2m deep. The wall's low point and the right-facing corner are both clear reference points, and Japhlion starts between them at the most obvious easy line.</text>
  <climb id="38" name="The Laughing Jackass" fa="G. Cooper, R.Sellers, Jan 1990." stars="" length="65m" grade="19" extra="" number="32." guide.action="submit""16""0" guide.type="climb">Feeling mortal? Then stay ground-bound. About 40m right of the corner near the left margin of the cliff, at the easiest place to breach the overhang until you reach Epaminondas, moving right. Near the lowest point of the cliff. &lt;br/&gt;1. 35m. Surmount bulge and climb to just above the tree at 10m. Step left 3m climb up to belay at first opportunity. &lt;br/&gt;2. 30m. Pick your way up to the strong diagonal ramp 20m below the major headwall. Traverse 20m down the ramp to the left and either abseil off (a single rope will get you low enough to downclimb at about grade 6) or continue up Griphon or Trusting Rust.</climb>
  <climb id="39" name="The Artistic Fibber" fa="A. Adams G. Cooper, 1991." stars="" length="53m" grade="20" extra="" number="33.">Start 12m right of Japhlion, at the 2m tall tea tree growing at the foot of the cliff. Carefully preserving the necessary tree, climb up it and onto the cliff. Up and then a tricky, reachy move right, then up trickily to a good little ledge on the slab. Traverse right and then follow the obvious line to the top passing three bolts. Take a swag of RP's.</climb>
  <climb id="40" name="What A Crafty Snail" fa="G. Cooper, A. Adams Jul 1991." stars="*" length="50m" grade="17" extra="" number="34.">Start as for Japhlion. Up this for 5m, then traverse right 12m past 2 bolts, to the line. Climb up passing 3 bolts to the top. To exit, traverse left and abseil off tea tree. According to Garn, the route is quite secure and a good route to get your confidence up on.</climb>
  <climb id="41" name="Trusting Rust (Direct Start)" fa="G. Cooper, A. Adams, Jul 1991." stars="*" length="50m" grade="18" extra="" number="35." guide.action="submit""13""0" guide.type="climb">Up Japhlion for 5m, then traverse right to the second bolt, then left slightly and straight up passing 2 bolts, friend pocket and wire placement to the top.</climb>
  <climb id="42" name="Trusting Rust" fa="E. Peacock, J. Kennedy Jun 1984." stars="" length="230m" grade="18" extra="" number="36." guide.action="submit""12""0" guide.type="climb">An adventure of rare difficulty and deviation, this route has a strong rightward trend due to the first and third pitches.&lt;br/&gt;1. 50m. Start as for Japhlion for 10m then move diagonally right for 10m past an inverted pocket and good wire placement. Continue up the excellent slab to good holds and belay. &lt;br/&gt;2. 50m. Traverse right until you can move up onto the slab via a detached block. Keep ~15m right of the small broken overlap then head straight up the slab to belay at flake in 8m polished water streak, approx. 3m below large overlap (a ropestretcher). &lt;br/&gt;3. 50m. Move to the right-hand end of the overlap and belay in the scrubby chute (another ropestretcher). &lt;br/&gt;4. 25m. Move up about 8m, then left below roof then across cave to blocks and belay. &lt;br/&gt;5. 30m. Step left on face holds then up crack to corner. Up corner to belay. &lt;br/&gt;6. 25m. Continue easily to top.</climb>
  <climb id="43" name="Griphon" fa="D. Hain, B. Kennedy, Dec 1975." stars="" length="280m" grade="19" extra="" number="37." guide.action="submit""11""0" guide.type="climb">Start as for Japhlion. &lt;br/&gt;1. 50m. Up flake to where Japhlion heads left whereupon this climb goes up to recess at 35m. Up left to ramp then back to right hand end of wall. &lt;br/&gt;2. 10m. Up wall to belay below small overlap above stacked blocks. &lt;br/&gt;3. 40m. Up easy slabs moving left near top. Belay on water streak below weakness in large overlap. &lt;br/&gt;4. 45m. Surmount overlap, step right, then up to overlap. Up to bushy ledge. &lt;br/&gt;5. 40m. Bash up scrub to slab below wall. Walk right to end of slab and shattered blocks. &lt;br/&gt;6. 20m. Climb slanting corner with difficulty. &lt;br/&gt;7. 75m. Scramble easily to top.</climb>
  <climb id="44" name="Japhlion" fa="B. Kennedy, D. Hain, Jan 1974" stars="**" length="250m" grade="16" extra="" number="38." guide.action="submit""10""0" guide.type="climb">A classic slab that has challenged many fresh-faced aspirants. Start 25m left of the lowest point of the wall at the left hand end of an access terrace where a patch of scrub has grown up against the slab. The route starts up the slab immediately next to the scrub and just left of a small vegetated corner. Take your RPs and several extender slings.&lt;br/&gt;1. 50m. Ascend the slab under the overhanging arch of scrub keeping left of the vegetated corner. Continue up to a thin vertical flake with wire placements at 20m. Head left 2m, then up thin slab moves until the angle eases. Belay on a small ledge that has a frontage of small trees.&lt;br/&gt;2. 50m. Climb left then up past a small clump of trees and through the bulge. Climb the slab above using an edge on the right for security, then continue straight up the centre of the slab and up a steep and bold section. Belay in a tiny cave 3m above where the slab steepens for a second time.&lt;br/&gt;3. 60m. Climb the flakes above and up the slab just left of a vegetated crack/gully which is the source of sling protection. Continue up the slab slinging bushes as you go to belay in a group of trees on a ledge below a steep headwall and corner. &lt;br/&gt;4. 5m. Scramble up to the base of the steep corner. Belay just above the final tree. &lt;br/&gt;5. 10m. An out of character pitch on which you may elect to haul your daypack. Layback and jam the corner and wriggle up the awkward short chimney to the ledge and belay.&lt;br/&gt;6. 35m. Climb the crack just left of the corner to a ledge. Bridge and layaway up the small crack/groove in the steep wall on the right to where you can step right onto the slab and into easier territory. Up the final bulge then easily follow a rising traverse right avoiding small bushes to belay below the final slab.&lt;br/&gt;7. 40m. Taking the easiest line climb straight up the slab to meet the Skyline crest and belay. The rock steepens slightly just before the top.</climb>
  <climb id="46" name="Pneisses (Direct Start)" fa="A. Herington, B. Kennedy Jun 1984." stars="" length="35m" grade="19" extra="" number="39." guide.action="submit""7""0" guide.type="climb">Ten metres left of Japhlion, and a few metres right of the main right facing corner. &lt;br/&gt;1. 35m. Up slab on thin holds following fused crack. &lt;br/&gt;2. Continue as for Pneisses.</climb>
  <climb id="45" name="Pneisses" fa="B. Kennedy, D. Hain, Jan 1975." stars="***" length="240m" grade="15" extra="" number="40." guide.action="submit""8""0" guide.type="climb">A slab climber's dream day out. Easy to follow but don't forget your small wires (RP's). After the first pitch this route has a leftward trend, due mainly to the second pitch, and keeps well to the left of Japhlion. Begin at the first scrubby crack 8m left of the right-facing corner. &lt;br/&gt;1. 45m. Up the crack for about 10m until confident enough to move right onto the slab, then head boldly towards the top righthand corner of slab. Drop off the edge of slab into the gully and go up a couple of metres to tree belay. &lt;br/&gt;2. 40m. Up the gully for 3m, step out right onto slab, up past the tree and continue up the slab carefully, trending left, but staying right of the vegetation. Belay in the gully on the right. &lt;br/&gt;3. 35m. Move diagonally out left and up to a hollow sounding stance. Up the LH line of weakness in the steeper slab above to a bush belay. &lt;br/&gt;4. 45m. Up the slab trending slightly left, to a bush belay below steeper headwall. &lt;br/&gt;5. 30m. Up RHS of the short headwall and slab above to another 2m wall. Over this an up to finish on a large ledge with a tree belay. &lt;br/&gt;6. 45m. Step across a gutter onto the wall behind and follow the slab above to the top, keeping to the left of the thin crack.</climb>
  <climb id="47" name="Pooch Slab" fa="J. Foden, S. Karpiniec Jan 1974" stars="" length="350m" grade="9" extra="" number="41." guide.action="submit""6""0" guide.type="climb">Left of Japhlion at a corner. &lt;br/&gt;1. Move up crack and onto the slab. Up slab to a small wall belay. &lt;br/&gt;2. Up corner 3m and across easy slabs to next wall. &lt;br/&gt;3. Up crack onto next slab. Follow this up to gulley to the left of the steep slab. &lt;br/&gt;4. Move left out of gulley onto easy angled slabs and straight up slab. Belay on scrub. &lt;br/&gt;5. Continue up slab to easy angled scrubby section above. Walk to base of next vertical section. &lt;br/&gt;6. Up a 15m wall. Move right from top of wall to gully in corner at head of the gully. &lt;br/&gt;7. Easy scramble up gully to top of the cliff.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="48">The Suzuki Complex</text>
  <text class="Discussion" id="49">The Suzuki Complex is situated above Hazards Main Wall ~10m on the seaward side of the Skyline traverse track 30 minutes walk from Sleepy Bay. The cliff faces towards the sea and is just below the walk-off route for the longer Hazards Main Wall routes.</text>
  <climb id="50" name="Luxury Leather Goods" fa="Roger Parkyn Jan 1991." stars="" length="15m" grade="19" number="42.">Ascends the steep curving crack initally on fingers then widening to hands. The route is 2m left of the arete that is left of The Bullshit Factor.</climb>
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  <climb id="51" name="The Bullshit Factor" fa="Jack Keane Jan 1991" stars="" length="15m" grade="20" number="43.">The uncompromising dihedral whose left wall is slightly overhanging. Sustained.</climb>
  <climb id="52" name="Osmotic Tension" fa="Roger Parkyn Jan 1991" stars="" length="15m" grade="21" number="44.">Take the crack straight above the base of the leaning gum tree, 20m right of The Bullshit Factor. Good wires protect the face above.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="53">The Underworld</text>
  <text class="Discussion" id="54">This crag is found by heading down towards the water where the Skyline Traverse leaves the Sea-level Traverse. There is an ampitheatre of steep pink granite undercut by a large cave.</text>
  <climb id="55" name="Corner Part-2" fa="Roxanne Wells, Pete Steane, Apr 1994." stars="" length="12m" grade="18" extra="" number="45." guide.action="submit""53""0" guide.type="climb">As you traverse down the southern side of the crag you pass a series of short easy corners. This is the closest to the sea with a small roof at the top, starts off a terrace 12m above the ocean.</climb>
  <climb id="56" name="The Wind Below" fa="Gordon Poultney, Donna Bridge 1997." stars="" length="12m" grade="26" extra="Þ" number="46." guide.action="submit""54""0" guide.type="climb">The arête just right of Corner Part-2 (with rusty carrots).</climb>
  <climb id="57" name="Jabberwock" fa="Pete Steane, Roxanne Wells, Apr 1994." stars="**" length="27m" grade="22" extra="" number="47." guide.action="submit""55""0" guide.type="climb">Steep, strenuous and well protected. Starts left of the caves entrance. Step R then steeply to horizontal, left 3m to flake, up this to thinner flake above.</climb>
  <climb id="58" name="Slithy Tove" fa="Pete Steane, Roxanne Wells, Apr 1994. FFA R. Parkyn 1997." stars="*" length="24m" grade="24" extra="" number="48." guide.action="submit""56""0" guide.type="climb">First half as for Jabberwock, but rather than traversing left to flake, traverse right 2m past a hole to another crack, follow this through overlap with good pro.</climb>
  <climb id="59" name="Via Magna" fa="John Fisher, Mar 1995." stars="***" length="20m" grade="26" extra="Þ" number="49.">Out the left side of the cave past many bits of glue and metal.</climb>
  <climb id="60" name="Travels by Dragonfly" fa="Dave Jones, Gordon Poultney, 22 Feb 1995." stars="" length="20m" grade="27" extra="Þ" number="50." guide.action="submit""58""0" guide.type="climb">Right of the cave. Follow the line of bolts from the hanging belay.</climb>
  <climb id="61" name="Nunc Dimitis" fa="John Fisher Mar 1995" stars="**" length="16m" grade="24" extra="Þ" number="51.">The wall with 4 bolts right of Travels by Dragonfly. A boulder problem start out of a slot and exit right avoiding the final wall at the top. No anchor. Superb.</climb>
  <climb id="62" name="Waters of Oblivion" fa="John Fisher Mar 1995." stars="" length="20m" grade="22" extra="" number="52." guide.action="submit""60""0" guide.type="climb">The sculpted arête on the right edge of the Underworld provides a struggle, with a final harder move well left of the arête. The rock and the climbing aren't that good. Originally climbed with a long sling protecting the hard upper moves, the first ascentionist planned to return and place a bolt. He never did, but feel free.</climb>
  <climb id="63" name="Superbrinkmanslip" fa="Nick Hancock Feb 2003." stars="**" length="15m" grade="22" number="53.">A wonderful deep-water solo, on the seaward side of the huge fish shaped boulder, at the northern entrance to the Underworld. Abseil to a stance on a ledge below the mouth and get a friend to pull up the rope. Climb small pockets to a L leading traverse. Follow this and finish straight up to the ridge.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="64">Insomnia Wall</text>
  <text class="text" id="65">At the last gulch on the track to Sleepy Bay, descend to the very steep north facing wall by the sea.</text>
  <climb id="66" name="Insomnia" fa="Nick Hancock Apr 2004." stars="**" length="10m" grade="25" extra="5Þ" number="54.">Left-hand line with a sloper start. Lower off.</climb>
  <climb id="67" name="Project" stars="" length="10m" grade="" extra="4Þ" number="55."/>
  <climb id="68" name="Weffy" fa="Doug McConnell Apr 2004." stars="*" length="10m" grade="22" extra="5Þ" number="56.">From cairn climb right then up to lower off.</climb>