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Crag & Route Beta

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James Bond Area (Blackheath)

Butters81
10/09/2010
6:55:55 PM
Has anyone got any information on the 2 short sport routes just to the right of Mr Big? They are in between From Russia With Love and Bottoms Up, start from the ground and go up about 10-15m before lower-offs.
They don't seem to be in the new guidebook, on thecrag.com, or on the ACA route database.
Cheers if you have any information
martym
10/09/2010
10:23:44 PM
Try the 2007 guide. From memory everything around MR Bigg is under 21, then there's the steepness right of the waterfall, then a set of easier carot climbs.
Samuel
11/09/2010
8:46:28 AM
Sorry not on the aca yet. Been trying to get membership to list, and had not reply from them. From left to right.
Cold Finger (17) If you reach left for the last move.
Casual Assasin (18) Has a varient for one move.
Flying Circus (17) Up the Arete to the right of Casuel Assasin.
hotgemini
11/09/2010
9:32:17 PM
Whats your username or userID number on climb.org.au, I couldn't find anything searching by your name here or username here.
mikepatt
13/09/2010
10:11:10 AM
On 11/09/2010 RopeLine wrote:
>Sorry not on the aca yet. Been trying to get membership to list, and had
>not reply from them. From left to right.
>Cold Finger (17) If you reach left for the last move.
>Casual Assasin (18) Has a varient for one move.
>Flying Circus (17) Up the Arete to the right of Casuel Assasin.

Thanks for the info. Climbed them all recently. The slab routes are slightly confusing, glad to hear there are two intended variants. Despite my procrastination on the arete route (Flying Circus) we gave that grade 14.. It's probably no harder or committing that SSCC1 at Piddo.

Anyway, cheers for the routes.

Mike.
Samuel
17/09/2010
8:25:03 AM
All Climbs are now listed on ACA Site. (Thanks hotgemini for your help).

Grades are as follows (From Left to Right)

Cold Finger (16) Harder if you stay on route.
Casual Assassin (17), Has a varient for one bolt
Flying Circus (15). (Arete, further right again).

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