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- All Boulder
A tall prominent overhang with two established highball problems so far
About 30m north of the Northern Rooves boulders, along the same contour.
- 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. Bolts with fixed hangers and routes with lower-offs are encouraged. Tape on the first bolt of a route indicates routes that are incomplete. Please respect these routes as projects until the tape is removed.
Brendan Heywood snagged the FA of the left hand route in the mid 2000s. Rhys Van Gastel did the FA of the harder right hand route some time later.
Start on left block, up into break below big roof, then over the lip to huge pocket and up wall above
FFA: Brendan Heywood,
Start on right hand block, through the right side of the overhang and up the wall
FFA: Rhys Van Gastel, Artie Schultz,