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  <header id="420" name="The Colosseum" walk="" sun="" rock="" acknowledgement="" intro="The Colosseum is a very steep north facing crag about 30 minutes walk from the car. The rock is excellent, with some of the best steep sandstone in Tasmania." history="" access="From the carpark walk down the old fire trail for about 50m, and then follow a red taped track off left (marked with cairn) through the bracken then down the spur line. The spur ends at the top of a small cliff (Riverside) just above the river. Keep going past Riverside Crag down to the river. Take the &apos;Blue Tape Track&apos; straight up the hillside opposite, arriving at the right end of &apos;Eldorado&apos; at the base of the route &apos;Midas&apos; Touch&apos;. To continue to &apos;The Colosseum&apos;, it is an easy flat walk (about 5 minutes) along the base of the sandstone band past &apos;Plebeians Wall&apos;. It takes 20-30 mins walk from the car, depending on your speed. &lt;br/&gt;There is also an alternative &apos;Red Taped Track&apos; which heads north up the valley. It takes longer, but is less steep. To take this turn left at the riverbed instead of heading up the hill, and follow the tapes." camping="" autonumber="true"/>
  <text class="heading3" id="52">Superunknown Buttress</text>
  <text class="text" id="356">A buttress chock full of vertical to slightly overhanging face climbs for those operating in the low 20's. North facing, and sheltered from the wind, a perfect spot on a sunny winters day. Its located at the far left of the Colosseum, about 200m from the big roof of Crossing the Rubicon and 50m past Terrastomp Buttress.</text>
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  <climb name="Dangeresque" id="77" fa="Dave Humphries July 2017" grade="22" length="10m" number="1." extra="6Þ" stars="*">Start on the stepped ledge. Clip the first bolt on Cleganebowl then head for the arete.</climb>
  <climb name="Cleganebowl " id="54" fa="Jon Nermut, Aug 2017." grade="22" length="12m" number="2." extra="Þ" stars="**">Get hype. The smaller buttress to the left of the wall provides good steep climbing.</climb>
  <climb name="De Double Doosh" id="55" fa="Dave Humphries Jul 2017." grade="23" length="15m" number="3." extra="10Þ" stars="**">Interesting technical climbing. Climb the wall, using the arête to finish.</climb>
  <climb name="Grading Day" id="354" fa="Owen Gervasoni, April 2018" grade="24" length="17m" number="4." extra="11Þ" stars="*">A great sequence of moves characterise this direct finish. Possibly an easy tick for the grade for the thin wall specialists. Start as for DDD, moving right into hanging corner at overlap. Straight up thin wall above.</climb>
  <climb name="Making the Grade" id="355" fa="Owen Gervasoni, April 2018" grade="21" length="19m" number="5." extra="12Þ" stars="**">A sustained journey starting as for DDD to the captive quickdraw, then climbing diagonally right above the lip of the cave and finishing at the MOM loweroff. Clip the captive quickdraw on DDD when lowering of to safely clean the draws of the route.</climb>
  <climb name="Mouth of Madness" id="331" fa="Owen Gervasoni, Mar 2018" grade="18" length="18m" number="6." extra="Þ" stars="**">Excellent varied climbing on the wall right of the central cave.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="11">Terrastomp Buttress</text>
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  <text class="text" id="12">Head around left from the main amphitheatre, past the scramble up to the top, to the next bit of good rock.</text>
  <climb name="Terra Firma" id="390" fa="B. Armstrong, J. Gauldi, June 2018" grade="17" length="15m" number="7." extra="" stars="">The clean corner featuring an offwidth and a finger crack. Surmount the ledge, continue up the crack system (with minimal thrutching) then traverse off right to the Terradactyl DBB.</climb>
  <climb name="Terradactyl" id="98" fa="Jon Nermut, Dave Humphries, May 2018." grade="23" length="15m" number="8." extra="6Þ" stars="">The nice looking slab to the left of Terrastomp is let down by having one hard thin move and a bit of a scrappy start.</climb>
  <climb name="Terrastomp" id="13" fa="Dave Humphries, Jon Nermut, Apr 2017." grade="19" length="10m" number="9." extra="4Þ" stars="**">The lovely short arête. The first route at Sand River.</climb>
  <climb name="The Cheat" id="99" fa="Dave Humphries, Aug 2017." grade="20" length="8m" number="10." extra="Þ" stars="*">Steep and fun juggy climbing to the right of Terrastomp, with a harder move right at the top.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="20">The Cave Sector</text>
  <text class="text" id="21">The left hand side of the Colosseum is capped by an enormous roof.</text>
  <climb name="Nero" id="68" fa="Garry Phillips May 2017" grade="24" length="7m" number="11." extra="Þ" stars="*">A very short and intense route finishing at the big horizontal break, at the far left side of the Colosseum.</climb>
  <climb name="Hydra" id="135" fa="Sammi Dos &amp; Fraser Labine-Romain 24/09/2017" grade="20" length="20m" number="12." extra="" stars="*">Gear protectable crack in the middle of the colosseum wall. Hardest moves are at the start, followed by sustained climbing. Be careful exiting, there is minimal gear and a abundance of lichen.</climb>
  <climb id="419" stars="*" extra="Þ" number="13." name="Bullnose Step" length="15m" grade="26" fa="R. Sklenica, 2019.">The first bolted line right of Hydra. The climbing starts from the ledge, stick clip the first or carefully climb to it. Not the best climbing but on amazing rock.</climb>
  <climb id="414" stars="*" extra="" number="14." name="Buster" length="12m" grade="24" fa="Garry Phillips 2018">Starts 3m left of Unnamed 401. Through the roof and the pleasant wall above.</climb>
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  <climb id="412" stars="**" extra="Þ" number="15." name="Unnamed 401" length="15m" grade="23" fa="G. Phillips, 2018.">Diagonal slanting line finishing at the same anchors as Alpha 9.</climb>
  <climb id="413" stars="***" extra="Þ" number="16." name="Alpha 9" length="15m" grade="25" fa="Garry Phillips, Apr 2018.">Steep climbing out the Left hand side of the roof. &lt;br/&gt;Up the wall to the base of the roof then follow the huge flake system out left to finish on the same anchors as unnamed 401.</climb>
  <climb id="417" stars="***" extra="Þ" number="17." name="Maximus" length="15m" grade="29" fa="G Phillips 2018">Starts as for Alpha 9 but at the roof take the right hand line.</climb>
  <climb id="421" stars="*" extra="4Þ" number="18." name="Gatorade" length="8m" grade="23" fa="Dan Johnson 26 December 2018">The original vision was for a short warmup. It ended up a bit more strenuous. Devious mantle to get established (take care the rope doesnt get stuck if you stick clip). Move up and right steeply on cool featured holds through the rooflet. The holds under the roof are much more solid than Dan's claim that Julius Caeser drank a gatoraid before crossing the Rubicon, thus making gatorade acceptable in the Coliseum naming theme.</climb>
  <climb id="418" stars="" extra="" number="19." name="Project Garry" length="" grade="" fa="">Next line left of A bridge to Far</climb>
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  <climb name="A Bridge Too Far" id="388" fa="Owen Gervasoni, June 2018" grade="23/24" length="12m" number="20." extra="6Þ" stars="**">This steep little number climbs out of the cave about 6m left of the start of Crossing The Rubicon. Powerful start to an awkward rest. Then a technical traverse to the lip. Has fixed quickdraws to make cleaning straightforward.</climb>
  <climb name="Crossing the Rubicon" id="34" fa="Stu Scott and Tony McKenny, May 2017" grade="20" length="20m" number="21." extra="11Þ" stars="***">A highly entertaining climb with terrific positions. Start at far right hand side of the cave. Bouldery start up the corner (stick clipping the second bolt is the way to go) then traverse out left along the very lip of the roof. Follow the thin crack past the slab and the final overhang.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="15">The Orange Sector</text>
  <text class="text" id="22">Around the middle of the Colosseum, on either side of where the creek flows down, is a sector of beautiful orange rock.</text>
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  <climb name="Caligula Direct" id="310" fa="G Phillips 3/18" grade="25" length="7m" number="22." extra="Þ" stars="*">Starts 5m left of Caligula. Steep and powerful climbing.</climb>
  <climb name="Caligula" id="105" fa="Garry Phillips 24/8/17" grade="26" length="15m" number="23." extra="Þ" stars="**">Starts directly under the waterfall. Up the wall above to a vague shake in the corner/scoop. Traverse 8 meters left along the break via some super cool moves. &lt;br/&gt;</climb>
  <climb id="422" stars="**" extra="" number="24." name="Three Daggers" length="18" grade="27" fa="G Phillips May 2019">An excellent climb starting in the steep alcove just right of Caligula. Up this to the ledge then blast up the steep face past some small holds to a pumpy traverse right on slopers. Finish up the last section of Hercules.</climb>
  <climb id="424" stars="" extra="" number="25." name="Project garry" length="" grade="" fa="">Next line right of three daggers</climb>
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  <climb name="Hercules" id="29" fa="G Phillips May 2017" grade="25" length="15m" number="26." extra="Þ" stars="***">Through the small roof to the break. Then the wall above.</climb>
  <climb name="Hercules Returns" id="30" fa="Garry Phillips 2017" grade="26" length="15m" number="27." extra="Þ" stars="**">The direct finish to Hercules. A vicious thin boulder sequence leads to the victory jugs.</climb>
  <climb name="Alea Jacta est" id="14" fa="Garry Phillips, Apr 2017." grade="23" length="15m" number="28." extra="Þ" stars="***">On the most orange of rock in the main amphitheatre.</climb>
  <climb name="Alea Jacta est Right Hand Finish" id="48" fa="G. Phillips, May 2017" grade="23" length="15m" number="29." extra="Þ" stars="**">From the small corner system half way up Alea Jacta est, traverse right along the break and up. More sustained but less cruxy than the Alea Jacta est.</climb>
  <climb name="SPQR" id="389" fa="Dave Humphries, Aug 2018." grade="22" length="15m" number="30." extra="Þ" stars="*">Starts through the right hand end of the overhang, then takes the corner/seam above, finishing at the Alea Jacta est RHF anchors. There is a harder start to the left, which is an open project.</climb>
  <climb name="Romani Ite Domum" id="117" fa="Dave Humphries, Jon Nermut, Sep 2017" grade="21" length="12m" number="31." extra="Þ" stars="">Arete/wall left of the steep crack feature that divides the Orange from the Black.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="23">The Black Sector</text>
  <text class="text" id="24">The right hand side of the main Colosseum area is a mainly black wall with a white face covered with pockets to start.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;This sector is north facing, but due to its steepness, the routes and belay areas are in shade all day during summer.</text>
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  <climb name="Juno Direct Start" id="156" fa="G Phillips April 2019" grade="27" length="15" number="32." extra="" stars="*">&lt;br/&gt;Bouldery Moves into existing line. More powerful but not as classic.</climb>
  <climb id="423" stars="**" extra="" number="33." name="Jupiter Direct Start" length="15m" grade="28" fa="G Phillips September 2019">Bouldery Moves into existing line. More powerful but not as pumpy.</climb>
  <climb name="Juno" id="233" fa="G Phillips 2017" grade="27" length="20m" number="34." extra="Þ" stars="***">Climbs the crux of Fed to the Lions before breaking out left and following the break to finish up the left hand side of the steep head wall.&lt;br/&gt;Classic power endurance climbing.&lt;br/&gt;</climb>
  <climb name="Jupiter" id="234" fa="G Phillips 2017" grade="28" length="18m" number="35." extra="Þ" stars="***">Climbs the crux of Fed to the Lions before breaking out left and finishing up the head wall above.</climb>
  <climb name="Lions" id="32" fa="O Gervasoni, May 2017" grade="17" length="7m" number="36." extra="4Þ" stars="">The steep pocketed white wall to DBB under main overhang.</climb>
  <climb name="Fed to the Lions" id="40" fa="O Gervasoni, May 2017" grade="24" length="15m" number="37." extra="8Þ" stars="*">From the DBB on Lions, power up the 45 degree overhanging wall above. Suffers badly from sand in it's top half.</climb>
  <climb name="Way of the Dragon" id="66" fa="O Gervasoni, June 2017" grade="23" length="14m" number="38." extra="8Þ" stars="**">Classic introduction to pumpy and steep sandstone climbing.</climb>
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  <climb name="Fortuna" id="57" fa="Garry Phillips June 2017" grade="26" length="15m" number="39." extra="Þ" stars="**">The bulge to the left of Et tu, Brute. The first ascentionist dyno'd directly up the bulging arête. People now tend to use holds off to the left and come back right, this is considered a variation of the original line which makes a decent 24/25.</climb>
  <climb name="Et tu, Brute" id="49" fa="Garry Phillips, May 2017" grade="26" length="15m" number="40." extra="Þ" stars="**">Campus start leads to some pretty awesome moves above. If you see a "cheater stone" in place, please kick it over, it ruins all the fun of the jump start!</climb>
  <climb name="#The Beast from Space" id="301" fa="G Phillips 31/12/17" grade="25" length="8m" number="41." extra="Þ" stars="">Clips the first bolt of TMMTE then heads left and up.</climb>
  <climb name="Twenty Million Miles to Earth" id="39" fa="Owen Gervasoni, July 2018" grade="24" length="9m" number="42." extra="5Þ" stars="**">The overhanging arete at the right end of the Black Sector.</climb>
  <climb name="Grab the Grips Bro" id="407" fa="Dave Humphries, Jon Nermut July 2018" grade="21" length="20m" number="43." extra="Þ" stars="*">Climb the the right side of the TMME arete to the ledge, then the headwall above. It climbs better than it looks.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="404">Circus Wall</text>
  <text class="text" id="405">To the right of TMME is a short but steep wall, directly below the Upper Tier.</text>
  <climb name="Swinging Door" id="410" fa="David Stephenson, November 2018." grade="22" length="9m" number="44." extra="4Þ  " stars="*">Nice technical moves on the bulging wall just left of Wild Boar. Not a bad idea to stick clip the first bolt.</climb>
  <climb name="Wild Boar " id="400" fa="T. McKenny, B. Bull, June 2018." grade="18" length="9m" number="45." extra="4Þ  " stars="*">Surprisingly varied and steep climbing on the short featured wall.</climb>
  <climb name="Never tickle a sleeping dragon. " id="406" fa="T. McKenny and B. Bull, Nov. 2018." grade="19" length="9m" number="46." extra="4Þ " stars="*">A ticklish start and a steep, very ticklish finish. Fun.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="396">Circus Wall Upper Tier</text>
  <text class="text" id="393">The higher orange buttress, accessed up the fern covered scree between the Colosseum and Plebeian's wall.</text>
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  <climb name="Slaves" id="394" fa="Stu Scott and Bob Bull, June 2018" grade="20" length="17m" number="47." extra="8Þ" stars="**">Continuously interesting climbing with a technical steep crux. Use a screw gate on the 5th bolt. Nice rock.</climb>
  <climb name="Women" id="395" fa="Bully and Stu, July 2018" grade="15" length="17m" number="48." extra="7Þ" stars="**">Interesting climbing and terrific positions on the right hand arete.</climb>
  <text class="heading2" id="58">Plebeian's Wall</text>
  <text class="text" id="59">To the south of the Colosseum, about 50m or so right of the Circus Wall over a bracken covered scree, is the Plebeian's Wall, featuring steep, clean rock with some excellent routes. A taped line through the bracken on the left of the Wall leads up to the cliff top.&lt;br/&gt;The area has been developed by a commune of Plebs aka Stu Scott, Tony McKenny, Bob Bull, Dave Stephenson, Ivan Riley, Neale Smith, Ben Maddison and others who have all shared in the onerous tasks of cleaning, equipping and belaying the routes to date, and who have in most cases added a signature route of their own as well. &lt;br/&gt;The left hand end of the wall has climbs 20 to 25m high while further right the cliff is broken by a ledge at half height. A smaller wall, Minions Wall, continues further right again&lt;br/&gt;The first route takes a line on the left side of the steep prow, to the left of an orange face.&lt;br/&gt;</text>
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  <climb name="No More Heroes" id="409" fa="D. Stephenson and S. Scott, July 2018." grade="19" length="18m" number="49." extra="11Þ " stars="**">The bulging wall to the left of Working Class Heroes, starting on the slab underneath. Very entertaining.</climb>
  <climb name="Working Class Heroes " id="60" fa="Tony McKenny and the Plebs , June 2017." grade="17" length="18m" number="50." extra="7Þ " stars="**">Varied climbing ending with an exciting steep finish on large jugs over the roof. Can be climbed on the right after the second bolt without using the wobbly rocks if you don't trust them. They have resisted a concerted effort to remove them with bars, hammers and much brute force.</climb>
  <climb name="Riffraff Roof " id="63" fa="Tony McKenny and the Plebs, June, 2107. Alt. finish; Tony McKenny, July 2017." grade="18" length="19m" number="51." extra="10Þ " stars="***">Terrific climbing. Starts a couple of metres right of WCH and takes a direct line up the steep glassy wall, finishing leftward via the under-cling.&lt;br/&gt;Alternative finish: instead of completing the under-cling left, bridge up through the overhang directly, clipping the bolt off right (not visible from below). From a large jug out left on the lip, weave a way up and back right to finish at the rap station. Quite exciting but maybe not as good as the original.</climb>
  <climb name="Spartacus" id="61" fa="Stu Scott and the Plebs, July 2017." grade="20" length="20m" number="52." extra="9Þ" stars="***">A steep Arapiles-quality wall leads to hard moves over the bulges. Exciting climbing on excellent rock. Magic.</climb>
  <climb name="The Patrician" id="69" fa="Stu and Plebs" grade="24" length="20m" number="53." extra="12Þ" stars="***">Classy. Takes a line on the wall to the right of Spartacus. Up pleasant slab (Upwardly Mobile) and the right facing corner, traverse right on the orange wall under the roof. Turn roof off layback and on to steep delicate terrain to finish.</climb>
  <climb name="Upwardly Mobile " id="88" fa="Stu Scott and the Plebs, Aug 2017." grade="18" length="13m" number="54." extra="5Þ" stars="*">This is actually the first half of The Patrician. Rap off (U bolts) from ledge.&lt;br/&gt;</climb>
  <climb name="The Plebeian " id="64" fa="Stu Scott and the Plebs, July 2017." grade="23" length="22m" number="55." extra="13Þ" stars="**">Thoughtful wall climbing to the ledge, then blast on up the superb red wall and finesse the steep ground on subtle holds.</climb>
  <climb name="Via Appia" id="89" fa="Ivan Riley and the Plebs." grade="11" length="10m" number="56." extra="5Þ" stars="">A steep little wall to start then climb the massive left facing flake crack. Rap station below start of Plebs Rustikus, Access climb for upper climbs, or as a simple beginners climb.</climb>
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  <text class="text" id="90">The next climbs start from a ledge at half height, accessed by by the Via Appia (Grade 11), or by abseiling in. Obey the road rules and keep to the left and DO NOT go near the two massive flakes or the dirty gully on the right (especially nasty dragons).</text>
  <climb name="Plebs Rustikus " id="65" fa="Ivan and the Plebs" grade="20" length="12m" number="57." extra="5Þ" stars="*">Climbs up and over the right pointing overhang. Beware of a loose block when moving up the corner to the overhang.</climb>
  <climb name="Tory Tossers" id="84" fa="Dave Stephenson and Plebs" grade="22" length="11m" number="58." extra="6Þ" stars="**">The steep orange water washed wall - complex and cool.</climb>
  <climb name="The Proletariat" id="71" fa="Neale Smith and the Plebs" grade="21" length="9m" number="59." extra="5Þ" stars="*">The next line right on overhanging orange wall. Start from u-bolt anchor. Nice moves on hard water washed stone.</climb>
  <text class="heading3" id="73">Minions Wall&lt;br/&gt;</text>
  <text class="text" id="74">To the right of the start of Via Appia is an obvious break in the cliff line, capped by the dangerously loose flakes and a particularly dirty gully. Further right again is a short, steep wall of excellent sandstone.</text>
  <climb name=" Buck o boys  " id="75" fa="The Buckoboys (aka Tony, Stu and Bob Bull), Aug 2017." grade="16" length="9m" number="60." extra="3Þ" stars="">Climbs the grey streaked wall, and directly up shallow corners, finishing on right at the very top. A good warm up.</climb>
  <climb name="Hoi Polloi" id="78" fa="Tony McKenny and The Plebs" grade="18" length="10m" number="61." extra="3Þ  " stars="*">Climb the short bulging wall: for the best of the technical climbing, keep to the nose of the buttress, avoiding the temptations of the Minion's crack line to the right. Belay as for Buckoboys. Fun stuff.</climb>
  <climb name="Minions " id="70" fa="Neale Smith and the Plebs, July, 2017." grade="19" length="12m" number="62." extra="6Þ" stars="*">Technical climbing on small holds up the water washed groove, a metre right of Hoi Polloi.</climb>
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  <climb name="Battle of the Bulge" id="391" fa="David Stephenson, July 2018" grade="23" length="12m" number="63." extra="6Þ" stars="**">The smooth wall with a bulge on the next little buttress right of Minions. Nice technical moves on good rock.</climb>