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These miniscule boulders can be found near the road, 60 metres past the gate on the way down to 'The Jism' or 'The Fortress' from 'Gibraltar Peak'. Most of the routes were probably done before the ACT Granite Guide reported them. The main group of boulders is on the left (walking from Gibralter towards The Fortress).


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This obscure 'gem' can be found on the way, 20 metres to the left of the road, just before the gate. It is a short curving hand crack on a boulder.

FA: Phil Georgeff, 1984

The short hand crack in the main group, facing the road.

FA: Adam Blizzard & Mike Peck (solo), 1987

The first crack and flake to a bolt belay, on the next boulder. Climbed in a blizzard.

FA: Adam Blizzard & Mike Peck, 1987

The layback flake five metres right of 'Snow Storm'.

FA: Mike Peck & Adam Blizzard, 1987

Up the thin crack five metres right of 'Snowflake', right up to a flake and finish up the slab on the right.

FA: Adam Blizzard (solo), 1987

The short corner on the back of the boulder. Up to a block, then easily up the mossy slab to the top.

FA: Mike Peck (solo), 1987

On an isolated boulder down from 'Small Pox'. Steeply up to first bolt (crux) then follow the groove past another bolt to a single bolt rap station. Bolted by persons unknock.

FA: Phil Georgeff & Rebecca McLeod, 1996

On the southern side of the road. Climb the easy crack and gully.

FA: Mike Peck & Adam Blizzard (solo), 1987


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