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Table of contents

1. High Ball Wall 14 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 Project 27

Highball crack to Offwidth. Yeesh!

Boulder 6m
2 ** Lick My Greasy Crack

Highball, orange crack.

V1Boulder 6m
3 ** Fallen Figures / Project 29

Highball arête. Not as hard as it looks, but a couple of scary moves near the top will get you thinking. Named to honour the loss of Marty and Denali Schmitt who passed away on K2 not long before the FA.

FA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V1Boulder 6m
4 Project 30

Highball face.

Boulder 6m
5 Project 31

Highball face/arete

Boulder 6m
6 Scared Frog

Highball corner crack

FFA: Brenton Owens, 2014

V1Boulder 6m
7 ** One Eye and the Optometrist

Highball face, excellent climbing

FFA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V0Boulder 7m
8 * Jug Rattler

Highball face, marginal R rating due to big rock in landing zone and possibly loose jug at 2/3 height

FFA: Artie Schultz, 2013

V0 RBoulder 7m
9 Project 35

Highball corner crack

Boulder 6m
10 Project 36

Highball face

Boulder 6m
11 Project 37

Highball face

Boulder 6m
12 Project 38

Highball face

Boulder 6m
13 Project 39

Crack

Boulder 6m
14 Project 40

Highball face left of descent gully

Boulder 6m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
V0 * Jug Rattler Boulder 7m
** One Eye and the Optometrist Boulder 7m
V1 ** Fallen Figures Boulder 6m
** Lick My Greasy Crack Boulder 6m
Scared Frog Boulder 6m
? Project 27 Boulder 6m
Project 30 Boulder 6m
Project 31 Boulder 6m
Project 35 Boulder 6m
Project 36 Boulder 6m
Project 37 Boulder 6m
Project 38 Boulder 6m
Project 39 Boulder 6m
Project 40 Boulder 6m