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A nice large boulder with an obvious steep arete on the northeast face and very strenuous over hanging seam on the north face.

Access issues inherited from Beulah

Access to Beulah is only permitted during the Annual Beulah Rock Festivus that is held there every Easter. More info here: www.beulahrockfestivus.com


From the gate wear the road branches head right and follow slashed trail up to the Fox Boulders and then downhill into the clearing. "The Fox Boulder" is the first one you should see from the trail and you will be looking at the Arete.

Ethic inherited from Beulah

First ascents are hugely appreciated and the object of climbing at Beulah. Scrubbing lichen and removing loose rock is encouraged but the line is drawn at chipping holds or glueing holds back on. If a hold comes off, please leave it off and climb what the rock affords you.

Bolting is also permitted with permission and as long as there is no available natural protection. For example this includes a 30m climb that requires 9 bolts and one cam or wire to protect. The adding of a 10th bolt for the convenience of not having to carry said wire or nut is not acceptable.


The very last route scrubbed, clean and sent at the 5th Annual.



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V4 *** Pommy Arete Boulder 4m

The obvious left and steep arete to the top of boulder. Down climb the slab to the left of arete.

FFA: Matt from the UK, 2011