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1. Radar Range 277 routes in Crag

Summary:
JFMAMJJASOND
seasonality
Mostly Boulder

Long/Lat: 148.583371, -34.636955

Unique Features And Strengths:

Granite, with pockets, that's often overhung! And quite tall to boot. Lots of highballs.

Description:

A lovely hill of boulders capped by a large electricity tower and radar array. The rock type is predominately granite (or volcanic tuff masquerading as granite) but seems to be intermixed with rhyolite of some sort, reaching heights of up to around 10 metres (one slabby cliff section in a valley), with many overhung/undercut problems (very unusual for granite) due to the orientation of the rock against the hill. While sometimes contrived, sit-starts on overhung rock are very possible on many of the problems. There are highballs - feel free to top-rope them, but do not bolt them! The rock varies greatly in quality, from ultra-featured and very hard on the skin to smoother and even, in some cases, pocketed rather than flaky. Be aware that rock on some problems will be friable. It's very difficult to clean the amount of rock in this area and the moss is rampant on one side of the hill. All climbs top out unless otherwise stated.

There are no closed projects here. You may wish to stay off a climb that a friend is trying.

Lastly, a word on grades: they're likely to be wrong one way or another. Feel free to contribute your own views and/or change the grades if you feel strongly about them. You will note that some climbs have a range of grades assigned, which indicates either a climb on the tipping point of two grades or in some cases a number of variants that can make a climb easier or harder. Consensus and personal grades are expected, and climbs will always feel harder or easier depending on style, preference, strength, technique and experience.

Access Issues:

This crag is on private property owned by the Harden Council. The Council has been approached and has advised that anyone entering this area does so completely at their own risk - you break it, you're on your own. There are a number of land users, including people who walk and ride up the hill, and nearby farming land as well as the Air Services Australia owned radar at the top of the hill.

Please be sensitive to potential issues and don't make noise that's going to arouse interest (you will be heard for a long distance). Don't expect to always be alone. Please note the ethics - they are there for good reasons and it's all about keeping this crag open, not styles of climbing.

Do not approach the radar array please. For any reason. Be sure to close the gate. Every time. Don't expect someone to close it behind you, you may let some cattle in or out in the meanwhile. Please stay away from the very obviously fenced farmer's land. There's enough boulders to climb without venturing over there.

Approach:

The area is a quick 2-3 minute drive from Binalong, heading out the Harden side of the town. There are two parking options:

  1. Continue on for 1.8kms out of the town until you see a right turn t-intersection onto dirt road - Bobbara Road. Continue along the dirt road until you get to the gate and head from there up the hill. You can park at several spots along the road. The boulders are a matter of metres from parking.

  2. Drive on a bit further along Burley Griffin Way and the main road splits off into an old, disused road right below the hill. The boulders are then 15 minutes from the car, uphill.

The hill itself can be quite steep at spots, with quite a lot of potholes. Bobbara road is occasionally quite pitted as well, but generally no problems with a 2WD.

Where To Stay:

You could stay at the nearby hotel in Binalong.

Ethic:

NO BOLTING AT ALL - not even for setting up top ropes or cleaning, thanks. Use some gear or sling a nearby boulder.

NO CHIPPING OR COMFORTISING - there are WAY MORE than enough problems here! However, please do make the effort to clean off flakes that are likely to go, and moss.

KEEP THE BOULDERS CLEAN - this means removing tick marks and cleaning off excess chalk if need be. Vinegar is great for removing chalk and the granite won't be affected if you need to give something a scrub.

Finally, please follow the naming conventions. Climbs have been named in a satirical fashion. If you make a first ascent - and there's every likelihood you will, given the massive boulder field - then go ahead and have a go at something that amuses or annoys you. Do not number your climb. Give it a frickin' name. Feel free to explain what the name means in the description.

Variants and eliminates welcome. It is bouldering, after all.

History:

While it is difficult to know whether any area has been climbed at before, the first concerted efforts towards development were made after David Nott identified the area in late 2011. After destroying parts of his shoulder he returned with friends in 2012 to try and make a dent in the endless boulder field...

1.1. The Tombstones 20 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 148.591244, -34.643491

Description:

Area dominated by some 6-7 metre high tombstone-looking boulders, with a few terrifying and lovely highballs.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Timberlake's last dance

A shorter warm-up for the area, head straight up the off-widthy crack to a low topout.

FA: Constantine Carluen, 2012

V0Boulder 3m
2 ** Deep Freeze / The Left Hand's Just as Good

The most obvious line that strikes you as you make your way up to the boulders. This line takes the incipient seam with insecure crack holds and the arete upwards (using the crack/boulder to the left if you need to). And it's overhung too. Very tensiony, technical but not too powerful moves for the grade.

Very nearly saw a FA on the first visit to it, but Bruno had a brainfreeze. Grade varies depending on how you approach it. The further you go out left with your body and the more you use the arete, the easier it gets. The purest line sent so far uses two holds on the arete, two sections of the seam and tops out direct with feet on the front of the boulder. It's possible there's a much harder climb for someone with finger(nail)s of steel using just the seam.

FA: Constantine Carluen, 2012

FA: David Nott, 2012

V4 to V5Boulder 5m
3 *** Wise Seagull

Up the right hand side of the boulder through 'HIV??' and then traverse left on slopers with good spotters to finish up 'Deep Freeze'. In true internet tradition, someone flapped in and crapped all over this one!

FA: Roscoe2, 2013

V4 to V5Boulder 5m
4 ** HIV??

A reasonably difficult leftways-leaning crack that won't take jams all the way. Hard start, quite technical. Difficulty depends on whether you can manage a high step for the first move. Otherwise the feet are atrocious!

FA: Ian Phillips, 2012

V4 to V5Boulder 4m
5 * HIV?? right

Crack gets the majority of the run-off after rain so it'll probably need gardening if you want to jump on this. Hard moves up an insecure crack. Top currently needs a bit of cleaning up.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V4Boulder 4m
6 *** Pale Rider

I looked, and behold, a pale rock. Straddled upon it...

Compression moves up a blunt arete to top out at jugs over a very airy landing. This one is an absolute cracker - requires great body tension, technical moves on tenuous holds and good concentration, not to mention good skin! The full line will involve some very heady moves, particularly if done 'pure' without the assistance of the boulder to the left.

There was some question before it was attempted whether it would even be possible given the apparent spacing of the holds. It definitely goes, but it sure ain't easy.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V7Boulder 6m
7 I Rolled a 4

An unfortunate chimney start owing to a lack of holds bar two well-spaced pockets that won't get you anywhere. From there, a traverse across the face on a rail will get you to safety. It's not the lowest climb around though... A few deep breaths on all counts when this was sent.

FA: Chris Maciejowski, 2012

V3Boulder 6m
8 To be done

Straight up the front of the boulder using compression slaps.

V0 to V1Boulder 3m
9 BreathMonster

The chimney start. Get right inside and go up to the top without using any of the juggy footers around. Actually a bit of a lark.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V0 to V1Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
10 Non Rope Monkey

A rising traverse of the boulder from the end, out through the roof on the left side of the boulder and up. Might take a bit to clean up properly.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 3m
11 Watch My Ankles

Straight up through the body of the boulder. Bit of a downhill landing.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 3m
12 Muno Brars

Very morphological. Grading is honesty based, somewhere between V0 and V3 depending on your size. Sit start under the roof, lock off with your right hand in the crack then chuck a big move out left to a glory jug. Not terribly wonderful, to be honest.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 3m
13 Cankles

Not wonderful. Enough holds to get up, use it as a warmup. The boulder to the left of the tombstones facing up the hill.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
14 Silk Pouches

Up from a needless sit start staying right of the crack line and topping out. Stay away from flake to the right, it could break.

FA: Christopher Lean, 2013

V0+Boulder 5m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
15 Slowpoke

Near to the tombstones themselves (up and right when looking up the hill). From a sit start, huck a biiiig move to the top.

FA: Ian Phillips, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
16 Crack Fiend

On the boulder just to the right of 'I Rolled a 4'. From a sit, head up the arete using the crack to establish yourself.

FA: Ian Carter, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
17 Shitting Chalk

Eliminate - as for 'Crack Fiend' but stick to the arete and avoid the crack.

FA: Ian Carter, 2012

V2Boulder 4m
18 Resouled

Up through thin feet and hands to a juggy topout.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
19 Death of 35 Cuts

Start for 'Resouled' then top out right.

FA: Georgia Marjoribanks, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
20 Double White Lines

Walk up the boulder.

FA: Georgia Marjoribanks, 2012

VBBoulder 3m

1.2. Front and Sector 9 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 148.586622, -34.641911

Description:

The main sector, right in front of the parking area / gate.

Approach:

15 minutes straight uphill. Where the boulders start is where the sector starts.

History:

Developed by David Nott, Ben Davies and Constantine Carluen.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Pork Boy

Sit-start matched on a flat depression. Crank out right through a few moves using a heel hook high up to get you onto a small incut and sidepull, then up and over.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3Boulder 2m
2 * I Porked the Rock but the Rock won

Sit start at the left end of the boulder with poor feet. Use very poor sloper holds to establish a heel hook, then head out right, through a difficult move which will require you to cut feet. The rock just below the traverse is out.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V5Boulder 2m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
3 Lichen Warriors

Project - lowball bumdrag, but it's undercut, has some friable holds (it's going to get harder) and good luck with your feet. Something to warm up or play around on.

V4Boulder 1m
4 Fustercluck

Straight up the front of the boulder, through the pocket and out. Easy.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
5 Two Handfuls of Clover

Standing at 'Pinky Flapper', reach up to the pocket, yawn, check the time, pepper your neighbour's lawn with his clover, then trend slightly left through past some big pockets and wish you were living elsewhere.

FA: Ben "Brrrrrrp" Davies, 2012

V0-Boulder 4m
6 * Pinky Flapper

Quite nice. Sit start using a combination of sidepulls or a very shallow incut crack. Crank up to a heel hook position using a nice sidepull, lock off, pray to Jesus, then slap out very far right to a glory pocket from an insecure position, then up.

FA: Ben "Windy" Davies, 2012

V4Boulder 3m
7 * Foatguck

From the same start as 'Pinky Flapper', reach up to the pocket and vague pinch and get your feet set. A fair sized move out to a small incut sidepull, then up using friction and mantle on good holds.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
8 Project 1

V1 or V2, just a poor landing. Up through some poor scoops and friction moves.

Boulder
9 Project 2

Up through an easy crack, likely to be V0.

Boulder

1.3. The Lowlands 64 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 148.595068, -34.643806

Description:

Below the hill proper is a low-lying area with yet more boulders (surprise!). Most of the boulders here are quite mossy and may need a clean up to be sent. The jewel of the crown is a small sub-area with an 8 metre boulder that has a viciously overhung/undercut section, with another boulder nearby that would top the 6 metre mark. The area is described roughly running down the ridge and then left to right looking up towards the crown of the lower crest.

The dividing line between this and the 'Tombstone Ridge' is a gully lying between the smaller and larger hill, with a broken down fence.

Approach:

Right of the Tombstones looking from the first parking area, otherwise if you're coming from the second parking area head up and over the hill or down the hill from the first flat part of the road a few hundred metres away from the radar array.

Descent Notes:

It is possible to walk off the back of the boulder containing 'Limpy McCrippleton', if you're happy to climb the 8 metres to get there.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Endless

Sit start and up. Watch out for the sidecling, it might go!

FA: David Nott, 2013

V0Boulder 4m
2 Nameless

Sit start and up from crimps to a rail, then a high step and top out.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V2Boulder 4m
3 Actions Speak Louder

Up the arete from a stand. Hold that left sidecling!

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 4m
4 Nothing For Paddy

Just a warmup, nothing special. Up through easy moves following the crack to the top, do some laps if you feel like it.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0-Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
5 Mossy Ferguson

Sit start. Some good holds but it's still tricky getting off the ground with the poor feet available. You can easily make this harder but if you do it right it should be a 0. One of a group of good warmups for the harder stuff down the hill.

FA: Ian Carter, 2012

V0Boulder 3m
6 Dearth Vader

Right side of the 'Mossy' boulder past the bush - watch out when you top out! Sit start and up.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V2Boulder 3m
7 Florence Nightingale

Sit start. Up through a flake (photo's already old, some of the flake got destroyed) then top out. Another warmup. Other side of the boulder from 'Mossy Ferguson'.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
8 Dirty Socks

Up past a nice flake from a sit start. Another warmup.

FA: Ian Carter, 2012

V1Boulder 3m
9 Nose Rage

This climb shed more holds than you'd think possible. Up from a fairly horizontal position (sit start) using some ankle strength to get you to the top. Pretty contrived, big rock in the way.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
10 Ejaculator

Up from the underclings and jugs and head left to top out (ideally, don't walk out onto the slab on the far left).

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V2Boulder 4m
11 Undercling and up

Straight up from underclings. Contrived, because there's jugs just above...

V2Boulder 4m
12 The Breakdance Kid

Up through a now busted flake on some very balancy and difficult moves. There's a small rail on your left and the feet suck. Be careful of the flake, the rest may still tear away and it's a very big chunk of rock that could hurt you or your spotter. Watch how you lever against it - preferably not straight out from the rock.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V4Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
13 Gas Terrorist

Sit start. Up and over.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 3m
14 Butt Custard

Sit start. Left hand on sloper or high, right hand in the pocket. Feet are poor.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 3m
15 Sporto Attack

Sit start. Up and over!

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 3m
16 Goebbels

Sit start left side arete.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 3m
17 Himmler

Sit start using the rail.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0-Boulder 3m
18 The SS

Sit start and move left to the rail.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 3m
19 Green Ring of Castration

Sit start, right hand arete, up and over with hands either side.

FA: Ken McKeon, 2013

V1Boulder 2m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
20 Todd's Frog

Couple metres away from 'The Breakdance Kid' boulder. A very surprising little sit start that looks dead easy but requires some technical heel hooking and is pretty bodymorphic and hippy. Take whatever grade it feels like because it'll vary depending on your size.

FA: Jin Jin Cong, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
21 Mossy project 1

Over the hill from the little starting area of boulders. Will require a fair bit of cleaning.

Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
22 Mossy project 2 Boulder
23 Birdy project 1

Just to the right when looking uphill of the 'Limpy McCrippleton' boulder. Big dirt mounds on the underside indicative of birds? Looks good but need to check whether these actually are nests.

Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
24 Waspy project 2 Boulder
25 All Good

Up the right side of the boulder through good holds but over a poor landing. The mantel is a bit sketchy, but should be better once it cleans up a bit more.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
26 Gradet Debate

Sit start. Your choice of a half-pad crimp, off-angle shallow pocket or a mono for your hands. Up to a jug then top out. Stand a lot easier, V2ish.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V7Boulder 4m
27 All Booked Up

Up the arete. Some tenuous moves to get around the corner on solid sidepulls. One of the few climbs that didn't have an exploding hold on the day...

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
28 Baying of the Hounds

Tenuous feet. Sit start and head up, then traverse right to top out. Left heel hook optional. Hold broke during FA so possibly a little harder.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V4Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
29 YAP 1

Sit start and over.

Boulder Project
30 YAP 2

Sit start and follow the crack.

Boulder Project
31 Project B1 Boulder
32 Here Lukey Lukey

FA: Luke Koehler, 2013

V4Boulder
33 Project B3

Sit start and traverse left.

FA: Luke Koehler, 2013

V3Boulder
34 Project B4

Sit start.

FA: Luke Koehler, 2013

V1Boulder
35 Project B5

FA: Luke Koehler, 2013

V2Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
36 Prowess LHV

Sit start and up the left side with big jugs to help you.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V1Boulder 3m
37 Prow Prowess 2

Chop this! Up from a sit along the right side through slopers. Could be extended through the cave for a fun variant, if you don't mind the sheep poo.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V4Boulder 3m
38 Sneakers

Up the crack. Bit of a poor landing if you have difficulty topping out.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V0Boulder 3m
39 Sneakers LHV

Start up the crack then trend left. Slightly vaguer holds.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V1Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
40 Barney Gumble left

Stand start on a reasonable size pocket for your right hand and a smaller pocket or crimp for your left. High step if you can for an easier start on the incut/remains of the flake. Head up for a good incut rail then left and done.

FA: Barney Gumble, 2012

V2Boulder 4m
41 * Barney Gumble right

Really the direct version. Straight up on good, but quite spaced holds.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V2Boulder 4m
42 Gas project

Sit start the boulder from underclings and up. Pretty hard.

Boulder 4m
43 Insecurity Symphony

Straight up through insecure sidepulls and slopers. Techy. The rock on this boulder is a lot more polished than others nearby.

Boulder 6m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
44 Domestic Duties

Up the flat side of the boulder from a sit start. Pretty nice. Still needs some cleaning up, a bit mossy up top.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
45 Limbs Askew

Sit start (stand V1) and up, topping out either left or right.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V2Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
46 Buddeh

Found on the side of the boulder to the left of the 'Limpy McCrippleton' boulder, when looking uphill. 'Oh, this should be a nice little warmup' ... Apparently not. Grading is honesty based - if you start too high up, this is more like V2. Start with your feet as low as possible using the notch for your right hand and side-cling for left hand. danger - be careful of the massive flake, it may detach! I may reinforce it.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V5Boulder 4m
47 Don't Call Me Buddeh, Pal

Straight up on the largest holds for Buddeh rather than left.

FA: Scott Pearce, 2013

V3Boulder 5m
48 Don't Call Me Pal, Mate

Sit start slightly right of Buddeh and up.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V4Boulder 5m
49 Sunday Drivers

Start on the underclings for Buddeh and move right to the sloper and up through the crimps.

FA: S Pearce, 2013

V2Boulder 3m
50 Unknown

A hardish dyno. FA unknown at this stage . Will add more details when known/tried. Topo line may be incorrect.

V4Boulder 4m
51 Traverse project

Traverse the front side of the boulder and up, on good holds.

V2 to V3Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
52 Ben's project

Bit of an eliminate. Follow vague holds up, then bail off left.

Boulder
53 Hasbeen Army

Left hand variant to 'Limpy McCrippleton'. Boulder up and over the sloper rail with a few deadpoint moves and some very interesting footing. This is your first point for gear. Bring some mats or a spotter if you don't want to go rolling down the hill. Up and through the weakness to the top.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3Boulder 8m
54 *** Limpy McCrippleton / Limpy sit

A two-move wonder, on a 30 degree overhung boulder (more like 40 for the sit). Start with left hand in the incut undercling (pretty good) and right hand in the notch. Right foot on a half-toe foetus of an incut, then shift your left leg up to a sideways heel hook. Deep breath then dyno up to a sloper ledge. Hold it right at the end of the slopers and match, and you can drop off, or you can keep going for the full route and scare yourself silly. Around V6.

The sit start goes a few ways, though it's spoiled pretty badly by the rock right underneath which makes the sit pretty annoying to execute. Other variants are recorded, for the V6 start sitting on the boulder or just stand start using the undercling.

FA: David Nott, 2012

FA: Ian Phillips, 2012

V6Boulder 8m
55 Just Pebbles

Sit start to the left of the boulder underneath Limpy using the lowest rails possible (see topo). Very contrived, but the hardest way to get up the boulder (so far); extremely hard moves to start using underclings. Can be finished up Limpy (harder) or Hasbeen Army (still bloody hard). Might be 10 either way? Topout if you wish, it's your funeral if you fall.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V9 to V10Boulder 8m
56 AbsentIanism

Possibly one grade harder than Limpy according to the FA. Follow the crack up and through the rest of Limpy.

FA: Ian Phillips, 2013

V7Boulder 8m
57 HARD project

Grade's a guess. Send it and tell us.

V12 to V13Boulder 8m
58 *** Bolo

Sit start from underneath the boulder. Suits taller people well. Throw from the rail to start and up without dabbing (!), then into a cruxy move to latch two sidepulls and dyno to a jug. FA was done with a dyno, easier with a heel hook but possibly still 6?

FA: David Nott, 2013

V6Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
59 Sanchez Spray

Burly sit start off opposing holds using a reasonable left hand rail and a nasty right hand crimp. Gotta look hard for them feet. Not a good warmup! But lowball at least. This could be your hardest V1 send ever !

FA: David Nott, 2013

V5Boulder 3m
60 Sanchez Spray stand

Standing start, head up and slightly right. High step the small incut and it's a bit easier.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
61 * Paddy Shitting Potatoes

An awesome, sequency and technical climb up through some good holds to a scoop, pinch and crimp with the option of a very sharp sidecling to help you through. A good little number. Was going to be Paddy's first first ascent here, but he didn't have enough gas left.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V2 to V3Boulder 4m
62 Paddy Power

Up the left side of the boulder when looking uphill. Not hard, but not bad either.

FA: Ian Carter, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
63 T proj

Same boulder as 'Paddy Power'. Not too hard (but harder with yet another flake gone) - just need to clean up the top.

V1Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
64 * Sheep Nuts

Start far right with hands high and feet low, quickly drop left through uber jug and then up and over at far left.

FA: Ken McKeon, 2013

V2Boulder 3m

1.4. Radar Highlands 70 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 148.589580, -34.641323

Description:

The area near to the radar array itself. This sector comprises the high parts of the hill to the left of the Tombstones when you look up the hill from the base. As you head north, it's everything before the broken fence which looks electrified but is broken in many places.

Approach:

If you park at the top you are metres away from some established climbs, downhill.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Paddy Got Potatoes

Looks easy, doesn't it? Then you realise it's stacked hand and fists to start, with a lovely drop onto a hard granite slab if you do anything wrong, and the crack widens as you go, making it a full offwidth experience with the extra spice of possibly having to roll down a hill if you fall. Easy enough if you layback and avoid using the crack, but around V1 if you go at it full offwidth style.

FA: Ian Carter, 2012

V0 to V1Boulder 4m
2 Project 6

Straight up the slab.

Boulder
3 Project 5

Follow the under/sidecling rail all the way up. Burly.

Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
4 Project K

Straight up the overhung section of the boulder with holds facing mostly the wrong way. Gonna be hardish.

Boulder
5 Chicks Don't Fart

Up the easy crack with big jugs to help you out. Hard to fall out of!

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0-Boulder
6 Myth Busted

Up the chimney. Another one for the kids.

FA: David Nott, 2012

VB+Boulder 4m
7 Project D Boulder
8 Project B Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
9 Creative Bloc

Sit start and up the easy bloc.

FA: Ben Davies, 2013

V0-Boulder 3m
10 Mental Bloc

Stand start, up the face.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V0Boulder 3m
11 Clean It as you Send It

Sit start and up, cleaning as you go!

FA: Honza, 2013

V0Boulder 4m
12 One Heel One Slap

Another warmup. Sit start.

FA: Ben Dacies, 2013

V0-Boulder 4m
13 YoungDumb

Start from down low, huck a huge move out left to get started on the rail, feet are very poor, need a few spotters and mats to get this guy done. Not 7 metres tall, but about that long.

V5Boulder Project 7m
14 Youngdumb the Shorter

A longer traverse along the boulder but not the full deal.

V3Boulder 5m
15 Poopsicles

A shorter variant of the traverse for 'YoungDumb''. Start at the end of the boulder, traverse left until it starts becoming thin on feet and mantle up at a rail/pocket then finish via the easy slab.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V2Boulder 5m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
16 Die Already

Extremely overhung (for granite) and likely to give someone a workout.

Boulder
17 Nerd Rage

Sit start the left side. Lovely topout. Not bad.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 2m
18 What You Need to Do

Sit start the right side. Big jugs, goes easy enough.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 2m
19 Parkinsons

Nice high slab with jugs to top out. Can't ask more than that.

FA: Ross Parkin, 2012

V1Boulder 5m
20 On The Phone

Right of 'Parkinsons' but sharing some real estate. Mossy currently.

FA: Chris Maciejowski, 2012

V2Boulder 5m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
21 Walk the Line

Up through easy territory.

FA: Georgia Marjoribanks, 2012

V0-Boulder 3m
22 Neener

Slabbing again! Balancy but not hard.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
23 Mace

Up the body of the boulder. Techy feet.

FA: Chris Maciejowski, 2012

V2Boulder 4m
24 Cranium Check

Stick to the arete as closely as possible and make your way to an interesting topout.

FA: Chris Maciejowski, 2012

V1Boulder 5m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
25 Worth it? Maybe.

Sit start on the attached flake, lay back using only it then go for the top.

FA: Christopher Lean, 2013

V0-Boulder 2m
26 To the Loser, Spoils

Sit start.

V0-Boulder 2m
27 Snail Rail

Sit start on the bottom of the rail moving up, try and use only the rail before moving to the top. Fun if you are waiting for a pad.

FA: Christopher Lean, 2013

V0-Boulder 3m
28 Easy Way Out

Start as high as possible and thereby avoid all the difficult stuff.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
29 Lest We Forget / Miss You Old Man

The low stand start to 'Easy Way Out' from the poor underclings. Up from a very hard move to top out from underclings onto the rail. You can move to the intermediate pinchy grip and it's about a 5 or pull yourself in close to the boulder and huck a big throw and it's a soft 6. The only climb I'm going to name here that doesn't have a satirical theme.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V5 to V6Boulder 4m
30 Undercling project 2

The sit start to 'Easy Way Out'. Unfortunately requires a few stacked mats to get going, so quite contrived. Very hard on the biceps - at virtually full reach, use the rail and poor underclings to get off the ground, then execute as per the harder variant of 'Lest We Forget'. Possibly one for the future generations...

V8Boulder Project 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
31 Egg Project 1 Boulder
32 Egg Project 2 Boulder
33 Day Too Long

A hard sit start from a side-cling with the left hand, incut for the right and a heel hook. Just leave your left foot dangling...

FA: David Nott, 2013

V4Boulder 2m
34 Billy Bilby's Birthday Belch

Up through easy and juggy holds.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V0-Boulder 4m
35 Carry-On Boulder

Up using the flake (hard to ignore, really) through easy and good holds.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
36 Jon Spencer's Belch Explosion

Another easy one on this boulder.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
37 Effafirey

Bit height dependent as to the grade. Up through a compression move is closer to 3, or work to the high step first and it's more like 2. Good moves.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2 to V3Boulder 4m
38 Dr Weevil

Hard 4 or easier 5, bit difficult to say. Some balancy moves on small foot and hand holds will get you to a finish jug. If you have enough energy, execute.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V4 to V5Boulder 4m
39 Dodgy Rodge

A hard sit-start using side clings/compressive holds to a much juggier top-out. Getting your feet under you won't be as easy at it looks, but it isn't the hard part.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V5Boulder 3m
40 Marvin

Brain the size of a planet, and I'm stuck bouldering... Start holds are left hand sidecling and right hand pinch (sit start).

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 3m
41 Falls to Ground Masturbating

Needs gardening (removal of a boulder at the sit - full excavation, please don't use explosives much as you may wish to) before this can be sent. A granite, sit-start, CAVE problem. Yes, you start fully horizontal. Will be a hard one if someone puts in the work to clean up the sit area. Otherwise it's a fairly poor problem.

V8Boulder Project 5m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
42 Bogan City

take me down past a Bogan City, where the grass is green but the girls ain't pretty...

Grade depends on where you start. Lowest handholds are harder, adding a move or two to the problem. Originally more like 4-5 for the techy rockover topout on tiny holds, but one of the holds exploded making it easier! Two cruxes marked on topo to reflect position of starting holds depending on the difficulty - lower is harder.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V3 to V4Boulder 3m
43 Just One Fix

Right hand variant to 'Bogan City'. Sit start to the right using the pocket with your right hand and huck your way up.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V2Boulder 3m
44 * Booark! Jesus!

A nice amble up an arete.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
45 Booark! Whoops!

Tackle the face of the boulder then top out up the arete.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
46 Booark! Mantle!

Up through the face of the boulder left of 'Booark! Jesus!'. Looks very easy but there's not much there and the mantle is techy for the grade.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V0+Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
47 Prawn

Put on your sandshoes and walk up the slab.

FA: David Nott, 2012

VB-Boulder 3m
48 Bacon Eggsplosion

Another one for the kids!

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

VB-Boulder 3m
49 Gritty Gash

Follow the arete avoiding getting into the crack. Top out on reasonable holds.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
50 Middle Project Boulder 4m
51 Snowjob

Up through good holds to a fairly non-juggy topout!

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
52 Queen Laqueefa

A sit start on good holds that goes into a technical rock-over on a tiny foothold. V3+ - hard to grade at the end of the day!

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3Boulder 3m
53 Free Hugs

Up the crack.

FA: David Johnston, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
54 Rush of Blood

Up through small holds. Technical, using a thumb press/side cling. Easier version would be to head right at the break but you pretty much end up doing 'Second Marriage' and can give up a grade for it.

FA: Roscoe2, 2013

V3 to V4Boulder 6m
55 Second Marriage

Requires a little commitment through the overlap. Small holds, but use the pocket for your feet and you'll get through.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2 to V3Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
56 Project AB Boulder
57 Wussburger

Up and head right through big holds onto the ledge then up and over on good holds.

FA: Daniel McGlinchey, 2012

V0-Boulder 5m
58 Project AC

note - top needs cleaning, pretty dangerous as is with lots of loose flakes

Up using sideclings to a pocket and a poor rail, then up through small jugs with crap feet and top out.

V4Boulder 5m
59 Project AD

Up and into the scoop through very poor holds.

Boulder
60 Layhack

Up laybacking the flake with feet to the right then topout.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0-Boulder 4m
61 Project AE

Up and into the scoop through very poor holds.

Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
62 Project AF

Climb the arete.

Boulder
63 Project AG

Up the body of the boulder.

Boulder
64 Mad Man

Another lowball sit-start. Start right at the arete and throw to a rail for left hand, then up and over.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 2m
65 Madder Man

Left variant of 'Mad Man'. Sit start the body of the boulder using compression and throw to the top then top out.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 2m
66 Stupid Man

Eliminate. As for 'Mad Man', but keep feet above the slabby lower part of the boulder.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3Boulder 2m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
67 Another Walkup

Walk up the side.

FA: Daniel McGlinchey, 2012

V0-Boulder 3m
68 Halibumsis left V4Boulder Project
69 Halibumsis right

Sit start. Up and right.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V3Boulder 4m
70 Ben's climb Boulder

1.5. Deadies Sector 34 routes in Sector

Summary:
Mostly Boulder

Long/Lat: 148.589519, -34.641641

Description:

This is a sector just like the Tombstones. Where boulders in other parts of the hill have scary and diagonal landings, less clustering, this is an area with a high concentration of good and some very hard lines, not to mention the occasional flat landing!!

Approach:

This is downhill from the radar, almost directly. You'll know when you're there when you find 3 boulders in a nice line, with the majestic 8-9 metre boulder in the metre inviting the brave to try their luck.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Philthy

Stand start and fridge hug the two sides of the boulder and up. Sit start V4.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V2 to V4Boulder 4m
2 Ali F

Up the face right of 'Philthy'.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V4Boulder 4m
3 Perthian Shot

Easily up the sloped side of the boulder - as easily as England beat the B side in Perth. Happy Australia day.

FA: Alan Dovey, 2014

V0Boulder 3m
4 Projecty Boulder
5 Project left side

May not even be possible. The extruded slippery granite on the lower overhung section will make footing extremely difficult to find, and it's one huuuuge huck from nonexistent holds to a pocket to get yourself going. Could go 11 or higher.

V10+Boulder 8m
6 Project F

This one's gonna be a doozy! 9 metres high - will it go? It's got pockets! V7ish start as for vague crack then extend left as early as possible to avoid the harder boulder problems. Once the route slabs out a bit it's just gymnastic moves on small holds and pockets.

Boulder 9m
7 * Project vague crack

Extremely bouldery with dynamic moves to tiny and slimpy holds. The first move is a deadpoint to a two-finger crimp, then up to a sloped pocket - crimp inside that and extend sideways until you can gain a good sidepull. From there it's only a few more boulder problems to the top! Can be top-roped with good opportunities for setting up anchors from the back.

Set by David Nott, 2013

V9Boulder Project 7m
8 MasterGrater

A delicious offwidth/chimney feast garnished with spare skin and some hard moves to gain the top-out.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V4Boulder 5m
9 Project OW

Thought to go from a sit start, exfoliating flakes - the usual Bobbara fare - have left a brutal stand start to be done on poor crimps and huge compressive moves.

V10Boulder 6m
10 ** Terrible Infantile

Technically tough moves and very physical with a real head check topout.

Through a brutal tall person sit start into the crack, where it eases off to V6ish (v6 for the stand) to the top. Shorties probably won't be able to apply, unfortunately, though you could use the cheater block which makes it a number of grades easier.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V9Boulder 7m
11 Project direct Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
12 Project C Boulder
13 Nude Golf Karting

Sit down, grab the big rail, walk up the boulder. If you just use the slopers it may even be V2.

FA: Ben Davies, 2013

VB+ to V2Boulder 2m
14 Skunk Stripe

Takes a harder, slightly contrived line up the bulge to the R of Nude Golf Karting. Sit start with L hand in the rail, R hand further right. Straight up to sloping pockets and rock over.

FA: Ben Davies, 2013

V2Boulder 2m
15 The Disappearance

Sometimes, they just disappear... Sit start and up.

FA: Honza, 2013

V0Boulder
16 Bye Bye Flakes

Honza managed to nab the first ascent of this about 73 times after various bits of rock broke off!

FA: Honza, 2013

V2Boulder 3m
17 Can't Find My Way

The easiest way to do this short sit start problem is V2. You can of course eliminate heel hooks, the use of multiple hands etc and call it harder.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V2Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
18 Hold Fluffer

Stand start on the left arete and up.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V1Boulder 3m
19 * Shartitude

Thought to be easier by the FA, this sit start problem with poor feet and almost no handholds - very rare for granite, volcanic tuff and suchlike - was given V4 by attempted repeaters.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V4Boulder 3m
20 * Shartenfreude

Sit start as for 'Shartitude' and execute an insanely big dyno from there to the sloper dish, WITHOUT ANY INTERMEDIATES. From there, an easy topout. This is a German word which indicates follow-through.

V6Boulder 3m
21 Poopagoo

Stand start. Crap on Magoo's hat and up.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V1Boulder 3m
22 Dick Smear

Sit start and up on the easier side of the boulder.

FA: Honza, 2013

V0Boulder 5m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
23 * Ivana Humpalot

Balancy and a little thought-provoking slabbing with just the right amount of shallow pockets. Sit start.

FA: Ben Davies, 2013

V1Boulder 5m
24 Project I Boulder
25 Project H Boulder
26 Last Drinks

Sit start and up and over.

FA: Ben Davies, 2013

V0Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
27 Mantle Project

Start on the rail underneath the chockstone and pull out and over the top for the mantle. Only use holds and footers on the chockstone itself and not on the boulders on either side.

Boulder Project
28 Ben mantle Boulder
29 Harden Up

Sit start. Start on lh crimp and rh poor diagonal gaston, then up to a shallow groove and into a pocket. The alternative rh pinch might make it a bit easier. Try and hold on until the end. Cruxy sit.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V7Boulder 5m
30 Mantlecide

Mantle the left side of the boulder.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V0Boulder 1m
31 Alco's Wet Dream

A proud line striking upwards seven metres above the ground and over a roughly 10 metre, wretched fall with a good chance of a roll down the hill afterward. There are no bolts on this climb, and the first ascensionist requests you keep it that way. The lower crack will take some natural protection, but peters out at around the four metre mark. You may be able to fiddle something in above the shaky flake. There's a shaky flake, by the way. Two cruxes - the start and the little rooflet. Don't go left or right at the rooflet unless you want to shake out. This is the main line - start from the ground up a bit of a compression boulder problem, not on top of the boulder in front! Top out, enjoy the mantle.

FA: David Nott, 2012

17 V2Top rope 7m
32 Alco's Wet Dream pussy variant

A proud line striking upwards seven metres above the ground and over a roughly 10 metre, wretched fall with a good chance of a roll down the hill afterward. There are no bolts on this climb, and the first ascensionist requests you keep it that way. The lower crack will take some natural protection, but peters out at around the four metre mark. You may be able to fiddle something in above the shaky flake. There's a shaky flake, by the way. One crux- the little rooflet. Don't go left or right at the rooflet. As it's the pussy variant, you can use the boulder in front to avoid the beginning boulder problem. Pussy. Easy enough to set up a top-rope. Top out.

FA: David Nott, 2012

14 V0Top rope 6m
33 Drunken POS

A meaningless amble up some massive jugs which avoids all the fun of the problem to the right.

FA: David Nott, 2012

11Top rope 6m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
34 Project L Boulder

1.6. Tombstone Ridge 48 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 148.592430, -34.642734

Description:

The ridge heading upwards towards the road from the Tombstones proper.

Approach:

Pretty much walk down the most grassy (and easy) slope you can find from about midway up the hill.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Taken For Granite

Up the right side of the slab through easier terrain.

FA: Georgia Marjoribanks, 2012

V0-Boulder 3m
2 Silence... I Keel You

Up the slab through some slightly more balancy holds, topping out left of 'Taken For Granite'.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 3m
3 Paddy Marley

Likely one of quite a few lines/variants on this immaculate slab.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
4 Dyno project

From a stand already high in the air, dyno to the lip and mantel up. A lot harder mentally than physically, might want to give it a go on top-rope. No spotting possible.

Boulder Project 7m
5 T-Rex

Up through the crack to a jug and top out to the right.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 5m
6 Blood In, Blood Out

An easy problem on the face. Sit-start yet to go.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V0Boulder Project 5m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
7 ** All By Myself

An overhung crack (by 20+ degrees) - short but a bit goey as it's not very jammable. An awesome line worth jumping on though, quite technical.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V4Boulder 5m
8 English Invasion

Easily up past a very big flake.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
9 Omo (right)

From a standing start, latch a pinch with your right hand and whatever you can reach with your left. Deadpoint up to a flake then up and over.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 4m
10 Omo (left)

As for Omo right, but head out left over an insecure mantel.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3Boulder 4m
11 NEAD

Another Omo variant! How many washing powders can you get? Start as for Omo then head far right through easy terrain over the big flake.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
12 Road to Nowhere

Flashed on the first ascent. Start on a crimp rail and crimp sidepull. Tension your way across right and then up to finish as for Omo. Technical and fingery.

FA: Ian Phillips, 2012

V4Boulder 4m
13 Dancing Gums

Up over the slab.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0-Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
14 Soul Stealer

Up using the right side arete. For best value, huck a big throw to the top from as low as possible.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
15 Meat Rat

Fridge hug your way up using both aretes.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0+Boulder 4m
16 Seany Pawny

Up using the left side arete.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
17 Trust Me

Start on two crimps on the face (hard start) then up and over. Arete is out.

FA: Ian Phillips, 2012

V4Boulder 4m
18 Pain in the Face

Up through some poor holds till you can get your feet set then out to finish right.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V3Boulder 4m
19 Off Your Face

As per 'Pain in the Face' but finish directly up following the blunt arete rather than escaping right.

FA: Ian Phillips, 2012

V4Boulder 4m
20 Princess Down

Up the arete.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
21 Center Project

After a few holds exploded what is left is a brutal crimp start to get onto a few poor side clings then somehow make your way up the face. There's not so much holds on this as there are vague tiny scoops and indents in the rock.

V8Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
22 Don't Wanna Go To School

A bizarre sit start problem that is very body-morphic! True mantel practice.

FA: Constantine Carluen, 2012

V1Boulder 2m
23 Whose Line Is It Anyway

Sit start around the corner from 'Don't Wanna Go To School'.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
24 Bal-lay-FL

A hard sit start using the right sidecling and a higher pocket for the left hand. Atrocious feet.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
25 Fairy's Nuts

Sit start then up without losing your balance and dropping onto the ground centimetres below.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V3Boulder 3m
26 Gnat

Left hand side of the boulder.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V1Boulder 3m
27 Humpa

Fridge hug your way up using the crack for your left hand and the arete for your right hand.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2Boulder 4m
28 Crack Hoer

Straight up the crack. Overhung, but far easier than it looks.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0 to V1Boulder 4m
29 Routed

Up the slab, avoiding the sides.

FA: Chris Lamb, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
30 Major Banks

Up and top out. A slab.

FA: Georgia Marjoribanks, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
31 Banks are the Devil

'Nother slab.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
32 Trish is the Best

Head up the slab.

FA: Trish Parkin, 2012

V0 to V1Boulder 4m
33 Aheron

Up the slab with graceful, bird-like steps.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V2Boulder 4m
34 Egg Sandwiches / Who Farted?

A very hard sit-start with a ludicrously poor upside-down incut pinch and a right hand pinch to start. Throw to a rail and from there execute much easier moves to top out.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V7Boulder 3m
35 Who the ... is Alice?

From a low start, follow the arete up and top out as for 'Egg Sandwiches'.

FA: Chris Maciejowski, 2012

V4Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
36 Non-Masonic Handshake

Hard sit start off a very poor right hand and a small incut for your left hand.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V4Boulder 3m
37 Snot Bubbles LH

Up from a sit to an intermediate and onto a rail. Top out.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V2Boulder 3m
38 Snot Bubbles RH

Sit start. Up through a small crimp for your right hand direct to a rail up high and top out.

FA: David Nott, 2013

V3Boulder 3m
39 Traverse project

Follow the line of underclings or stay under the main body of the boulder. Height is for the length of the traverse.

Boulder Project 6m
40 One Deadlift

Sit start direct and up. Odd moves, hard to get the sequence right.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3Boulder 4m
41 Lost on Bi-Curious Island

Up through the centre of the boulder on okayish holds. A bit techy, need a bit of jiggery pokery and the rock's a bit sharp too!

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V3Boulder 4m
42 Ride a Bushie

Right hand variant/eliminate - stay right of the crack and use the slopers/slimpers to make your way up.

FA: Roscoe2, 2013

V3Boulder 3m
43 Lack of Inhibition

Sit start from the underclings. A hold broke off recently making this quite a bit easier. Stand goes around V0.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 3m
44 Fuck You Sleet

From the far left of the boulder, traverse above the crack line on slopers. Two ways to do this - easier if you go up to the rail and then the chicken-head, harder if you match at the low, poor incut then go straight out right for a pinch. Top out.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V5Boulder 4m
45 Chockmoan

Hard sit start traverse through quite poor slopers. Fair sized moves on bad holds with... you guessed it, crap feet!

FA: Roscoe2, 2013

V4Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
46 Fuck You Wind

Another undercut sit-start! Cruxy moves getting round the belly of the boulder.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3Boulder 3m
47 Moustache Rider

Start with your feet right underneath the boulder on the small rail, hands on good holds. Up and over following the arete - not unusually, the crux is getting right onto your feet.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
48 WGAF

Pleasant little crack.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 5m

1.7. The Other Side 26 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 148.592200, -34.640188

Description:©

Across the road from Tombstone Ridge/the Highlands. A scattering of slightly smaller boulders, mostly warmups but a few harder things to do.

Approach:©

Park halfway up and head to the boulders on your right as you look up the hill.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Magoo

Head up the obvious feature.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0-Boulder 4m
2 Indiscretions

Sit start then head up through a fair sized move.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1Boulder 4m
3 Ermagawd

Start low right next to 'Magoo' then up and left to top out.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
4 The Smell That Lingers

Traverse the boulder from right to left then top out for 'Ermagawd'.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V0Boulder 2m
5 Bug In My Eye

Sit start and up. Easy.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V0-Boulder 3m
6 Indian Scammers

Sit start on slopers then up. First move harder than the rest.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

V1Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
7 Eat a Sammich

Up and over, nothing amazing.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
8 The Coiffure

A simple up and over.

FA: Constantine Carluen, 2012

V0Boulder 4m
9 He's Not So Smart

Traverse the boulder right to left. Techy.

FA: Constantine Carluen, 2012

V2Boulder 2m
10 Ass Pats

One hard move off an incut sidepull and a small nodule of rock to easy moves to make the top. The classic 'where do I put my feet' granite style...

FA: David Nott, 2012

V3 to V4Boulder 3m
11 Do It Right

Sit start from the underclings and up.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V0Boulder 3m
12 I Don't Like Crimpit

Nasty sit-start off holds facing the wrong way, though a goodish sidepull for the right hand, reach the high rail with your left hand and head on up with a fridge hug friction move.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V5Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
13 Lowest of the Low

Try not to bruise your butt falling 10 cms if you lose your grip. The most lowball sit-start you'll probably ever see.

FA: Tyron Ahern, 2012

V0Boulder 2m
14 Canberra Cockatoos Will Cut You

Heal hooking sit start. Wrench on it up to the crimp on the left then up with the right.

FA: Christopher Lean, 2013

V2Boulder 3m
15 Soccer Sucks

Standard sit-start problem.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V2 to V3Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
16 * RatherbeClimbin

Techy sit-start with a bunch of holds facing the wrong way.

FA: David Nott, 2012

V1 to V2Boulder 3m
17 New Pink Jeans

Flash first ascent. Can you put your foot to your ear? Sit start right under the overhang on poor pinches and rails and top out. It's not over once you're off the ground...

FA: Ian Phillips, 2012

V5Boulder 3m
18 Eeyore

Bring your kids.

FA: David Nott, 2012

VBBoulder 4m
19 Snot Factory

Another kid-friendly boulder. Bit shaky though, perhaps they should wear proper rock shoes.

FA: David Nott, 2012

VBBoulder 4m
20 Crudler

Like a big warm hug.

FA: Ben Davies, 2012

VBBoulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
21 Footrot

Sit start at very bottom of crack, up and left

FA: Ken McKeon, 2013

V1Boulder 4m
22 Hexapod

Sit start, cruisy after the first moves.

FA: Giovanni Guccione, 2013

V1Boulder 4m
23 Crack for Kids

Undercling sit start. Up using only the crack.

FA: Christopher Lean, 2013

V0Boulder 2m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
24 Fly Blown

Straight up the highest part of the boulder

FA: Ken McKeon, 2013

V0Boulder 4m
25 Flamed Out

Straight up the crack-line looking longingly at the blank overhung face next to you.

FA: David Nott, 2014

V1Boulder 4m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
26 Project XAA Boulder

1.8. Valley of Slabs 6 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 148.587210, -34.639421

Description:

And lo, even though I walk through the valley in the shadow of slabs... I shall not fear, nor shall I bring a rope to sustain my efforts.

Approach:

From the top of the hill head north until you see a slumped valley most likely caused by a land slip.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Project 1 Boulder 10m
2 Project 2 Boulder 10m
3 Project 3 Boulder 10m
4 Project 4 Boulder 10m
5 Project 5 Boulder 8m
6 Project 6 Boulder 6m

1.9. The Dross 0 routes in Sector

Description:

Comprises the less-than-amazing boulders not covered in the rest of the areas, pretty much everything over the sunny side of the hill and everything west of the Valley of Slabs. Don't be too fooled by the name though, there may be some gems to find still.

Approach:

Head past the radar itself and either down the hill to try and find something worthwhile to climb or past the slumped valley of slabs.

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
VB- Bacon Eggsplosion Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Prawn Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
VB Double White Lines Boulder 3m 1.1. The Tombstones
Crudler Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
Eeyore Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
Snot Factory Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
11 Drunken POS Top rope 6m 1.5. Deadies Sector
VB+ Myth Busted Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
V0- Two Handfuls of Clover Boulder 4m 1.2. Front and Sector
Himmler Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Nothing For Paddy Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Another Walkup Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Billy Bilby's Birthday Belch Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Chicks Don't Fart Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Creative Bloc Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Layhack Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
One Heel One Slap Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Snail Rail Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
To the Loser, Spoils Boulder 2m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Walk the Line Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Worth it? Maybe. Boulder 2m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Wussburger Boulder 5m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Dancing Gums Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Taken For Granite Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Bug In My Eye Boulder 3m 1.7. The Other Side
Magoo Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
14 V0 Alco's Wet Dream pussy variant Top rope 6m 1.5. Deadies Sector
V0 Cankles Boulder 4m 1.1. The Tombstones
Crack Fiend Boulder 4m 1.1. The Tombstones
Timberlake's last dance Boulder 3m 1.1. The Tombstones
Watch My Ankles Boulder 3m 1.1. The Tombstones
Fustercluck Boulder 4m 1.2. Front and Sector
Endless Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Gas Terrorist Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Goebbels Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Mossy Ferguson Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Paddy Power Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Sneakers Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Sporto Attack Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
The SS Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
* Booark! Jesus! Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Carry-On Boulder Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Clean It as you Send It Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Gritty Gash Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Jon Spencer's Belch Explosion Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Mental Bloc Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
What You Need to Do Boulder 2m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Dick Smear Boulder 5m 1.5. Deadies Sector
Last Drinks Boulder 3m 1.5. Deadies Sector
Mantlecide Boulder 1m 1.5. Deadies Sector
Perthian Shot Boulder 3m 1.5. Deadies Sector
The Disappearance Boulder 1.5. Deadies Sector
Blood In, Blood Out Boulder Project 5m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
English Invasion Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Major Banks Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Silence... I Keel You Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Soul Stealer Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
T-Rex Boulder 5m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
WGAF Boulder 5m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Whose Line Is It Anyway Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Crack for Kids Boulder 2m 1.7. The Other Side
Do It Right Boulder 3m 1.7. The Other Side
Eat a Sammich Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
Ermagawd Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
Fly Blown Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
Lowest of the Low Boulder 2m 1.7. The Other Side
The Coiffure Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
The Smell That Lingers Boulder 2m 1.7. The Other Side
V0+ Silk Pouches Boulder 5m 1.1. The Tombstones
Booark! Mantle! Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Meat Rat Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
V0 to V1 BreathMonster Boulder 3m 1.1. The Tombstones
To be done Boulder 3m 1.1. The Tombstones
Paddy Got Potatoes Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Crack Hoer Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Trish is the Best Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
V1 Death of 35 Cuts Boulder 4m 1.1. The Tombstones
Muno Brars Boulder 3m 1.1. The Tombstones
Non Rope Monkey Boulder 3m 1.1. The Tombstones
Resouled Boulder 4m 1.1. The Tombstones
All Booked Up Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Butt Custard Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Dirty Socks Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Florence Nightingale Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Green Ring of Castration Boulder 2m 1.3. The Lowlands
Project B4 Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Prowess LHV Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Sneakers LHV Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
T proj Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Booark! Whoops! Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Cranium Check Boulder 5m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Easy Way Out Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Free Hugs Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Neener Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Parkinsons Boulder 5m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Snowjob Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Hold Fluffer Boulder 3m 1.5. Deadies Sector
* Ivana Humpalot Boulder 5m 1.5. Deadies Sector
Poopagoo Boulder 3m 1.5. Deadies Sector
Banks are the Devil Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Don't Wanna Go To School Boulder 2m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Gnat Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Lack of Inhibition Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
NEAD Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Paddy Marley Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Princess Down Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Routed Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Seany Pawny Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Flamed Out Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
Footrot Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
Hexapod Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
Indian Scammers Boulder 3m 1.7. The Other Side
Indiscretions Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
VB+ to V2 Nude Golf Karting Boulder 2m 1.5. Deadies Sector
17 V2 Alco's Wet Dream Top rope 7m 1.5. Deadies Sector
V1 to V2 * RatherbeClimbin Boulder 3m 1.7. The Other Side
V2 Shitting Chalk Boulder 4m 1.1. The Tombstones
Slowpoke Boulder 3m 1.1. The Tombstones
* Foatguck Boulder 3m 1.2. Front and Sector
Actions Speak Louder Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
All Good Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Barney Gumble left Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
* Barney Gumble right Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Dearth Vader Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Domestic Duties Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Ejaculator Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Limbs Askew Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Nameless Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Nose Rage Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Project B5 Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Sanchez Spray stand Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
* Sheep Nuts Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Sunday Drivers Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Todd's Frog Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Undercling and up Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Just One Fix Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Mace Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Mad Man Boulder 2m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Madder Man Boulder 2m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Marvin Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Nerd Rage Boulder 2m 1.4. Radar Highlands
On The Phone Boulder 5m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Poopsicles Boulder 5m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Bye Bye Flakes Boulder 3m 1.5. Deadies Sector
Can't Find My Way Boulder 3m 1.5. Deadies Sector
Skunk Stripe Boulder 2m 1.5. Deadies Sector
Aheron Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Humpa Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Omo (right) Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Snot Bubbles LH Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Canberra Cockatoos Will Cut You Boulder 3m 1.7. The Other Side
He's Not So Smart Boulder 2m 1.7. The Other Side
V2 to V3 * Paddy Shitting Potatoes Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Traverse project Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Effafirey Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Second Marriage Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Soccer Sucks Boulder 3m 1.7. The Other Side
V3 I Rolled a 4 Boulder 6m 1.1. The Tombstones
Pork Boy Boulder 2m 1.2. Front and Sector
Don't Call Me Buddeh, Pal Boulder 5m 1.3. The Lowlands
Hasbeen Army Boulder 8m 1.3. The Lowlands
Project B3 Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Halibumsis right Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Queen Laqueefa Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Stupid Man Boulder 2m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Youngdumb the Shorter Boulder 5m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Bal-lay-FL Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Fairy's Nuts Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Fuck You Wind Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Lost on Bi-Curious Island Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Moustache Rider Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Omo (left) Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
One Deadlift Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Pain in the Face Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Ride a Bushie Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Snot Bubbles RH Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
V2 to V4 Philthy Boulder 4m 1.5. Deadies Sector
V3 to V4 Bogan City Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Rush of Blood Boulder 6m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Ass Pats Boulder 3m 1.7. The Other Side
V4 * HIV?? right Boulder 4m 1.1. The Tombstones
Lichen Warriors Boulder 1m 1.2. Front and Sector
* Pinky Flapper Boulder 3m 1.2. Front and Sector
Baying of the Hounds Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Don't Call Me Pal, Mate Boulder 5m 1.3. The Lowlands
Here Lukey Lukey Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Prow Prowess 2 Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
The Breakdance Kid Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Unknown Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Day Too Long Boulder 2m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Halibumsis left Boulder Project 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project AC Boulder 5m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Ali F Boulder 4m 1.5. Deadies Sector
MasterGrater Boulder 5m 1.5. Deadies Sector
* Shartitude Boulder 3m 1.5. Deadies Sector
** All By Myself Boulder 5m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Chockmoan Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Non-Masonic Handshake Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Off Your Face Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Road to Nowhere Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Trust Me Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Who the ... is Alice? Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
V4 to V5 ** Deep Freeze Boulder 5m 1.1. The Tombstones
** HIV?? Boulder 4m 1.1. The Tombstones
*** Wise Seagull Boulder 5m 1.1. The Tombstones
Dr Weevil Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
V5 * I Porked the Rock but the Rock won Boulder 2m 1.2. Front and Sector
Buddeh Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Sanchez Spray Boulder 3m 1.3. The Lowlands
Dodgy Rodge Boulder 3m 1.4. Radar Highlands
YoungDumb Boulder Project 7m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Fuck You Sleet Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
I Don't Like Crimpit Boulder 4m 1.7. The Other Side
New Pink Jeans Boulder 3m 1.7. The Other Side
V5 to V6 Lest We Forget Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
V6 *** Bolo Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
*** Limpy McCrippleton Boulder 8m 1.3. The Lowlands
* Shartenfreude Boulder 3m 1.5. Deadies Sector
V7 *** Pale Rider Boulder 6m 1.1. The Tombstones
AbsentIanism Boulder 8m 1.3. The Lowlands
Gradet Debate Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Harden Up Boulder 5m 1.5. Deadies Sector
Egg Sandwiches Boulder 3m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
V8 Falls to Ground Masturbating Boulder Project 5m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Undercling project 2 Boulder Project 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Center Project Boulder 4m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
V9 * Project vague crack Boulder Project 7m 1.5. Deadies Sector
** Terrible Infantile Boulder 7m 1.5. Deadies Sector
V9 to V10 Just Pebbles Boulder 8m 1.3. The Lowlands
V10 Project OW Boulder 6m 1.5. Deadies Sector
V12 to V13 HARD project Boulder 8m 1.3. The Lowlands
? Project 1 Boulder 1.2. Front and Sector
Project 2 Boulder 1.2. Front and Sector
Ben's project Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Birdy project 1 Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Gas project Boulder 4m 1.3. The Lowlands
Insecurity Symphony Boulder 6m 1.3. The Lowlands
Mossy project 1 Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Mossy project 2 Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Project B1 Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
Waspy project 2 Boulder 1.3. The Lowlands
YAP 1 Boulder Project 1.3. The Lowlands
YAP 2 Boulder Project 1.3. The Lowlands
Ben's climb Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Die Already Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Egg Project 1 Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Egg Project 2 Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Middle Project Boulder 4m 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project 5 Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project 6 Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project AB Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project AD Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project AE Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project AF Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project AG Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project B Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project D Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Project K Boulder 1.4. Radar Highlands
Ben mantle Boulder 1.5. Deadies Sector
Mantle Project Boulder Project 1.5. Deadies Sector
Project C Boulder 1.5. Deadies Sector
Project F Boulder 9m 1.5. Deadies Sector
? Project H Boulder 1.5. Deadies Sector
Project I Boulder 1.5. Deadies Sector
Project L Boulder 1.5. Deadies Sector
Project direct Boulder 1.5. Deadies Sector
Projecty Boulder 1.5. Deadies Sector
Dyno project Boulder Project 7m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Traverse project Boulder Project 6m 1.6. Tombstone Ridge
Project XAA Boulder 1.7. The Other Side
Project 1 Boulder 10m 1.8. Valley of Slabs
Project 2 Boulder 10m 1.8. Valley of Slabs
Project 3 Boulder 10m 1.8. Valley of Slabs
Project 4 Boulder 10m 1.8. Valley of Slabs
Project 5 Boulder 8m 1.8. Valley of Slabs
Project 6 Boulder 6m 1.8. Valley of Slabs
V10+ Project left side Boulder 8m 1.5. Deadies Sector