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Table of contents

1. The Smoulder Boulders 12 routes in Boulder

Summary:
JFMAMJJASOND
seasonality
All Boulder
Ethic: inherited from Coffs Harbour

Climbing ethics in the Coffs Harbour area generally follow those of the rest of Australia. The sandstone often offers solid, natural protection which should be used instead of fixed protection where possible. Tape, ribbon, or something similar tied around a bolt or inserted in the route will indicate an incomplete route. Please respect these routes as projects until the marker is removed.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Snootch

Start left of the tree

V0Boulder 2m
2 * Cooch

Face left of arete

V0Boulder 3m
3 ** Smoulder

SDS face/arete

V1Boulder 4m
4 Donkey

Face above roof. Painful.

V3Boulder 4m
5 Horse

RH arete

V0Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
6 Project Boulder 2m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
7 Pew V0Boulder 3m
8 Prince Charles

Face R of tree

V0Boulder 3m
9 Project 4

Face R of corner

Boulder
10 Project 5 Boulder
11 Jambalaya

SDS, up to good sidepull and long move to the top

FFA: Brian Cork, Artie Schultz, 2012

V1Boulder
12 Skinless

SDS on angled rail, up to finish on massive horn

FFA: Artie Schultz, Brian Cork, 2012

V1Boulder 3m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
V0 * Cooch Boulder 3m
Horse Boulder 3m
Pew Boulder 3m
Prince Charles Boulder 3m
Snootch Boulder 2m
V1 Jambalaya Boulder
Skinless Boulder 3m
** Smoulder Boulder 4m
V3 Donkey Boulder 4m
? Project Boulder 2m
Project 4 Boulder
Project 5 Boulder