This crag was opened by Tony Lourens and Beth Higgins (in honour of the Frank Zappa). The routes are long. Access: Walk up the track, take the Rose Bowl path on the right and follow for about 10 minutes. In front of a small rock buttress follow cairns leftwards through a shallow ravine to gain the top of the ridge. See also SA Mountain Mag Issue #4 for Photo RD.
Start walking up the Rose Bowl Gully, then turn off left and head for the crag on the skyline.
There are two multi-pitch sport routes. You can do any combination of first and second pitches, since the routes are close together, and share a stance halfway up. The second pitches are a bit nicer than the first pitches.
From Left to Right
|#||ROUTE NAME / AREA||GRADE||# BOLTS||RATING||BOLTING/OPENED INFO||DESCRIPTION|
|1||Sheik Yerbouti /Burnt Weeny Sandwich||P1 – 6c/23, P2 – 6a/19||13B,C / 12B,C||****||T. Lourens & B. Higgins 2002|
|2||Muffin Remnants /Central Scrutinizer||P1 – 6a+/20, P2 – 6b/21||8B,C /12B,C||****||T. Lourens & B. Higgins 2002|
Sheik Yer Weeny 6c/23 (26B,C) Combination of routes Sheik Yerbouti 6c/23 and Burnt Weeny Sandwich 6a/19 (total 55m)
Weasels Ripped my Flesh ? (6B,C) T. Lourens.