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"Felltimber" (aka McFarlanes Hill)
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Climbs *** ** * Hardest Longest Rock Access
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Where Bovines Fear to Tread 9m 21
:  This short, yet extremely steep and cruxy route is yet to see an onsight.  It follows a 40 deg overhanging crack to a horizontal sloping rail, past 2 bolts to a chain lower off.

Bullfighter 8m 17:  Typical of Felltimber, this short sporty route blasts up a lovely overhanging arÍte on big edges.  The crux is turning the roofy cap on the top of the arÍte.

Red Flag 8m 20:  This route starts just to the left of BF and ascends a short, yet extremely fingery and technical overhanging wall to join BF at the roof.

Above Left: Paul Martin leading Where Bovines Fear To Tread (21). Above Middle: Ben Mace leading Bullfighter (17). Above Right: Paul Martin on the 1st ascent of Red Flag (20).

Above Left: Ben Mace on Beefmeister V4. Above Middle: Paul Martin on Big Ass Bovine Style V4. Above Right: Blake coming to grips with The Corner V0+.

Further Reading:
Eastern Victoria - A rock climbing guide, edited by Michael Hampton, Robin Holmes, Paul Martin & Others, and available from local

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