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Organ Pipes  Push For The Summit

Owen leading Tannin (19) * Tannin Video Clip Tannin (5.8 Meg, 1 min 34 seconds) Part Two (5.1 Meg, 1 min 22 seconds)
Owen Gervasoni leading the three star classic of the grade, Tannin (19) on the Organ Pipes at Mt Arapiles. Normally a pumpy route, Owen cruises it in good style. Part One takes us to the crux mini-roof, and Part Two completes the line running it out to the top. Shot from an adjacent pinnacle. Video by Michael Boniwell.

King Rat Gully  Push For The Summit
Owen leading King Rat (18) King Rat Video Clip King Rat (4.3 Meg, 1 min 10 seconds)
Owen Gervasoni leading the short but steep, multi starred King Rat (18) deep in the well shaded King Rat Gully at Mt Arapiles. An excellent place to avoid the heat of summer. Using the handy ring bolts above, one can also TR the even steeper Glory Rodent (22) nearby. Shot from the ground. Video by Michael Boniwell.

Bard Buttress  Push For The Summit

Eurydice Video Clip Eurydice (2.7 Meg, 43 seconds)
Michael leading the first pitch of Eurydice, the 70m grade 18 on Bard Buttress at Arapiles. The crux is topping out of pitch one. Shakey camera work, and the classic bum shot greatly detract from this clip. Video by Robin G.

Pharos  Push For The Summit
Oceaniod Video Clip Oceaniod (2 Meg, 33 seconds)
Michael leading the first pitch of Oceaniod, the 45m grade 17 on the Pharos at Arapiles. Footage shows where to place a nut on the crux mini-roof. The shaky camera work was the result of a novice filmer. Video by a friend of a friend who's name I've now forgotten.

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