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Climbing in Noosa started in late 88 with the discovery of Cook's County and the Devils 'Cauldron'. Trad climbing is done in these two areas as bolts are not needed. The Boiling Pot is a great place for bouldering with easy to difficult problems. No routes have been climbed here. 'Granite Bay' has some nice looking boulders just waiting to be climbed with problems from V0 to V6+.

Remember that you are in a National park, don't litter, clean up any rubbish, don't disturb the wildlife and no bolting. It is essential that climbing in this area remains low key.

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Stays in shade most of the day.

Start: 'Traverse Boulder' 5. Don't use the block on the left, and top out.

Follow the crack to the top. Hard.

Start: Boulder 5 Crack

Good 'Warm up'.

Start: Boulder 1A up the right side.

A good boulder to train for slimpers.

Start: Boulder 1A up the left.

Climb using the crazy crimps and fingerlocks then to hard top out. Sit start problem.

Start: Up the crack on boulder 3A.

Has awesome crimps and an awesome banana pinch to play around with.

Start: Up the middle of Boulder 1B.

Straight up crack

Start: Boulder 3B Crack


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