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Table of contents

1. Graniteish Bloc 4 routes in Boulder

Summary:
All Boulder
Description:

A black granite-looking boulder with some small crimps on it

Approach:

Just to the north and down the hill slightly from 'Skip's Highball'

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.

History:

Ben Whittaker likely did the FA of the route to the left. Artie Schultz did the FA of the other three routes some time later.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Ben's arete

SDS on the left side of the boulder, up the arete on sidepulls and crimps.

FA: Ben Whittaker

V1Boulder 3m
2 Have a Blow Job Boys

Hard, use the tiny two finger nubbin, huck for the top.

FFA: Artie Schultz

V4Boulder 3m
3 * Have a Blow Boys

Stand start on sidepulls, too slopey hold in the middle of the wall, huck for the top

FFA: Artie Schultz

V3Boulder 3m
4 After the Blow

Not as good as the rest of the problems on this boulder

FFA: Artie Schultz

V1Boulder 3m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
V1 After the Blow Boulder 3m
* Ben's arete Boulder 3m
V3 * Have a Blow Boys Boulder 3m
V4 Have a Blow Job Boys Boulder 3m