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Description

Named to coincide with the bouldering area of the same name, holding some old (and possibly destroyed) boulder problems. Home to a climb put up by Chris Warner (but not yet freed) called 'The Riff'. Note: this is really not a summer crag, other than in early morning. It gets full day sun. Also please consider wearing a helmet as there is a lot of friable rock in the area that has not been cleaned up.

Ethic inherited from Pierce's Creek

A number of problems have been created and recreated since the fires and to a large extent climb like the original problems.

Routes

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1
V5 Trust Boulder 6m

A highball, very height dependent. Sit start. Sink a jam (if you can) up high and use a small notch for your left hand to campus up and get your feet set. That's the hard move, the rest is grade 14. For shorties, it's going to be more difficult but there's a reasonable number of holds. You can get off the back of the boulder, if you're careful. Obviously, don't use the tree... (it actually is quite tempting when you're trying to get the side-smear!)

2
V3 Trust LH/stand Boulder 6m

Start with left hand in a quarter pad notch and right hand in the crack, and crank on up laybacking to get your feet started.

3
AID:A2+ ** The Riff Aid 20m

Flaring crack into a seam and then several hook moves to gain the horizontal crack and stepping right and up using the horizontal crack. May go direct as well. Overhangs 4 metres in 15. Would be difficult to free due to the flaring crack, but could be possible at high 20's or over.

FA: Chris Warner, 2003

4

No info exists, though there are a few ascents logged, but all pre '10. The guide they claim to come from doesn't exist either

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