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1. Super 8 9 routes in Boulder

Summary:
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seasonality
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 151.149434, -33.865959

Description:

A modest, pumpy collection of sit starts with a good range of grades.

Found on a tear drop shaped patch of land with 270deg of water front views, Super 8 is a fun little bouldering crag offering some modest problems.

With 7 sit starts and one sustained traverse, the grades range from V1 to V4 and pack a good array of under clings, heel hooks that top out with slopers and crimps

Approach:

Driving down Henley Marine Drive, turn into Rodd Park where there is a boat club, about 1 billion people running and some exposed rock. From the Car park walk into Rodd Park to the point furthest away from the road.

Doing so will inevitably send you crashing over the top of “Super 8”, which funnily enough is the chunk of Rock right next to the GIANT 8 Knots sign.

History:

Another crag brought to you by Ranger Dave in 2012. On the back of Brendon "The Heel" Flanagan discovering the Ergo Wall, Dave while a bouldering there did spy this pumpy cave like structure and was inspired to get his butt sandy!

This crag is a product of the great bouldering boom!

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Super 8 Traverse

A solid pumpy traverse that tests your core strength

Sit start at "SSASS", follow the multi-leveled lip of the cave to the left using the crimps and lip edge.

stay low for an extra challenge.

Top out just before the fig tree starts

Set by Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

FA: Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

V3Boulder 6m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
2 Shin Splints and Shit sits

Sit start at the right hand side of the rock, where the first starts to show form.

Move from one lip to the other without going to far left (that bumps the grade up)

Watch your footing and look closely for shin skin!

Set by Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

FA: Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

V1Boulder 3m
3 Project 1

Sit start same as "YGYY" but avoiding the solid incut and all of its holds move up and to the right to the pocket. Keep heading right to a white lichen patch and topout using the crimps

Set by Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

Boulder Project 3m
4 * Wasp Guts, Yummy, Yummy

A fun Start with some power required for the first two moves

Sit in front of the first scooped out section close to the floor (showing orange rock). Under cling and reach wide with some laybacking, power up to the solid holds straight up.

some cool movements!

Topitee-top out straight up

Set by Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

FA: Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
5 ** Buff Chicks in Spandex

Good climbing with all of the holds on offer

at the scooped out section left of WGYY pump up the sides of this mini cave above, hit the lip of the overhang and top out

Flex your pecks at the local rowing lasses for extra points!

Set by Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

FA: Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
6 ** Smooth Water

A most satisfying starting move!

Sit start just left of "BCIS" with a heel hook and hands on the delicate ledge line.

Pull on and throw for the angled pinch on the cave lip left from you. Make for the lip with the right, match and topout straight up.

A super satisfying problem

Set by Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

FA: Ranger Dave Archer, 2014

V4Boulder 3m
7 Project 3

Set by Ranger Dave Archer, 2014

Boulder Project
8 ** Figged Beyond Belief

Solid pump with heel hooks and big slaps to good holds

Of all the ways to start, sit under the roof to the far left of the cave, right where the fig tree is sending her pain in the butt branches.

Reach up and grab the solid holds above. Pull urself up and throw your feet up and love the heel hook/toe jam.

Keeping connected to the rock move right while staying at the lip of the cave

Top out to the right of the highest point of the rock.

Pumpy!

Set by Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

FA: Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

V4Boulder 4m
9 ** Fruit Fetish

Same start as FBB

The time move straight up and to the right, topping out to the left of the bulging top of the rock

Cool start with a burly finish

Set by Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

FA: Ranger Dave Archer, 2012

V3Boulder 3m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
V1 Shin Splints and Shit sits Boulder 3m
V2 ** Buff Chicks in Spandex Boulder 3m
* Wasp Guts, Yummy, Yummy Boulder 3m
V3 ** Fruit Fetish Boulder 3m
* Super 8 Traverse Boulder 6m
V4 ** Figged Beyond Belief Boulder 4m
** Smooth Water Boulder 3m
? Project 1 Boulder Project 3m
Project 3 Boulder Project