Boulder Problems

(11 routes)

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Wall
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
B1 Hound's Dung V0
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A fun layback/ off width crack on the left end of the cliffs, right of "Punga Power."
Fionn Claydon, Jan/07
B2 Airwalk V0
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A short, thin crack right of Hound's Dung. Originally sent in Airwalk shoes.
Fionn Claydon, Jan/07
B3 B3 V1
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Climb the face left of the thin seam starting from a sit on a slopey rail.
Jan/07
B4 B4 V1
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Sit start as for B3, but head right and climb along the thin seam and sloping face holds, then straight up to the top.
Jan/07
B5 B5 V1
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Easy crack. Uses more bridging and face techniques then jams.... What am I saying?!? You can practically jump to the top!
Jan/07
B6 Slappy Slab V0
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Though this climb had been previously cleaned and used as an approach to the top of the boulders a number of times, Wayne was the first to put a pad underneath it and name it.... so I guess he gets "bragging rights" on it.
Wayne Upton, Jan/07
B7 B7 V1
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Another short slab line.
Jan/07
B8 Hand Jamming 101 V0
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A fun crack in the corner, great to practice jamming, bridging and mantling on. The line is a bit harder if you can't jam and a bit easier if you just run and jump to the top.
Matt Natti
Kane's Climb V5
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A nice slabby line just underneath the start of "Death to the Sigg."
Kane Fleur
Cyclopean Starter V2
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Jump up and grab the lip of the ledge below "Cyclopean Nightmare" and then mantle the lip.
Wee Two V0
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This is THE 6 year old "test piece" boulder problem for the area. The line was put up by the energetic son of Stephen King... in an attempt to flirt with a few of the visiting female climbers! Though it is easy enough for us, just imagine doing it as a "wee" fella!!!
Rowan King