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Table of contents

1. Lindfield Rocks 191 routes in Crag

Summary:
JFMAMJJASOND
seasonality
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 151.178951, -33.768556

Description:© (Atrax)

Highly popular, historic bouldering destination. Mostly vertical, with some steeper stuff, some highball, some safe.

Millions of variations on the described problems exist, and everything's been done. Have fun and explore.

Comments on grades and star ratings are welcomed.

Useful Info: 'Problems' are described right-to-left. Take care with landings. Most high problems have toprope bolts in place to save erosion and tree damage - use them if you're toproping! If it's damp/sandy, try to stay off to minimise wear.

Problem selection based on 'Sydney Bouldering', 2001 Peter Balint et al, which you really should buy as a Sydney boulderer.

Approach:© (Atrax)

Near the corner of Archbold Road and Tryon Road in Lindfield is a small driveway (turn right off Archbold before it becomes Eastern Arterial Road and it's immediately after).

Park up and follow the trail to the right of the tennis courts for two minutes to the crag. Convenience!

1.1. First Wall 10 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Description:© (Atrax)

Short, fingery problems, some sharp.

Approach:© (Atrax)

Immediately left of the steps as you enter the crag

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1

nondescript

V0Boulder 4m
2 2 - Tunnel expedition

Not so much a boulder problem as a dirty grovel under the arete

V0Boulder
3 3

Narrow line up the right of the arete.

V5Boulder 4m
4 ** Ralph's Arete

Easiest line up the arete, started using the incut pocket

V4Boulder 4m
5 ** Ralph's Arete (sit start) V5Boulder 4m
6 5

Right hand in the incut pocket, straight up.

V2Boulder 4m
7 6

Left hand on an ironstone crimp in the centre. Right to an obvious incut pocket and up

V3Boulder 4m
8 7

Right hand on the incut crimp, grab small sidepull for left and desperately up

V5Boulder 4m
9 8

Just right of the tree. Grab two small crimps and crank on up

V4Boulder 4m
10 * 9

Start as for problem #8, on the edges. traverse right into the start of problem #5 and up.

V4Boulder 4m

1.2. Walkdown Wall 12 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Description:© (Atrax)

Some nice little problems on this wall.

Approach:© (Atrax)

Immediately left of 'First Wall' is the common descent for this area. To the left of that is a vertical wall with prominent breaks and a big crack towards its left hand end (Problem #9)

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1

Traverse the little wall from right to left. Stay below the top. This is the hard extreme right hand start of The Lindfield Traverse

V4Boulder
2 2

To the left of traverse #1's block is a small buttress. Climb this directly without using the sides

V1Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
3 3

On the wall proper, layback the right arete

V0Boulder
4 4

Right hand in the big sidepull pocket, feet up high and dyno for the top

V3Boulder
5 5

Undercling the breaks to the left of problem #4, and either crimp or dyno to glory

V4Boulder
6 ** 6

1/2m to the right of the obvious discontinuous crack feature is a small pocket. Off this to very crimpy stuff above

V5Boulder
7 * 7 - Discontinuous Crack

Excellent little problem, up the obvious hanging crack

If you can jamb, there is a bomber finger lock, if you're a Gym Junkie - have fun!

V3Boulder
8 8

Crimpy stuff to the left of Discontinuous crack

V2Boulder
9 9 - Walkdown Crack

It's a crack so try to jam - if you can't jam you can use use the holds on either side of the crack

V1Boulder
10 10

Left of the big crack, on positive edges and pockets

V1Boulder
11 11

The left arete of 'Walkdown Wall'

V2Boulder
12 * The Lindfield Traverse - 1

The most common start for the Lindfield Traverse is problem #3. Move left staying low. Move slightly higher at the arete for the second section of the traverse

V3Boulder

1.3. Kenny Boulder 25 routes in Boulder

Summary:

Long/Lat: 151.178388, -33.769470

Description:© (Atrax)

Also known as 'Layback' slabs, this boulder is the obvious stand-alone boulder on the left of the path

Approach:© (Atrax)

Right opposite 'Four Cracks Wall' and obvious as you walk in. 'Problems' described anticlockwise round the boulder from the descent route (problem #1)

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1

Hands-free up the trackside staircase, doubles as descent route

V1Boulder
2 2

Up the narrow face. No sides

V0Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
3 3

Layback the right arete of the boulder face.

V2Boulder
4 4

Smearing up the overlaps left of the arete

V2Boulder
5 * 5

There's a trick to this one. Up the next set of overlaps

V1Boulder
6 * 6

Start as for #5, but go straight up avoiding the large holds on the right

V4Boulder
7 *** 7

Layback and undercling the long overlap to the finish of #5

V6Boulder
8 * 8

Up the overlaps using a flexy flake at the top

V2Boulder
9 ** 9

Up using the vertical overlap above the white polished slab. Slopey edge near top.

V2Boulder
10 * 10

Layback the next overlap along, diagonally right.

V3Boulder
11 * 11

Start on low broken undercling, then deviously attain the face and the good holds therein

V3Boulder
12 ** 12

From broken undercling, reach/slap the sloping lip, then over and up using the right arete

V5Boulder
13 ** 13

Again from the broken undercling, traverse left below slopey lip and get established round on the left side of the block

V7Boulder
14 *** The Nose

Start standing on the left side of the block. Drop down and traverse the slopey nose to end up on the right side.

V3Boulder
15 Circumnavigatory Traverse

Anti-clockwise traverse of the boulder (stays below top). Hard traverse on the back end of the boulder.

V6Boulder
16 The Nose linked into 7.

Traverse The Nose then right and down through overlaps to link up with problem 7.

V7Boulder
17 The Nose linked into 12 V3Boulder
18 The Nose linked into 5 V5Boulder
19 The Nose linked into 3 V6Boulder
20 The Not Over the Top Traverse

Traverses the block (Hermit's Cave) right-to-left staying just below the top

V3Boulder
21 Sit-start to 7 V6Boulder
22 Sit-start to 7 linked into 5 V4Boulder
23 Sit start to 7 linked into 3 V4Boulder
24 The Last Great Line V7Boulder
25 The Last Great Line Sit-start V7Boulder

1.4. The Downclimb Slab 2 routes in Cliff

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Lindfield Traverse - 2

From around the arete head for the corner avoiding the block.

V0Boulder
2 The Downclimb Slab

To the left of Walkdown Wall is a slabby wall often used as a descent

Up the middle of the slabby wall. Commonly used as a descent route.

V0Boulder

1.5. Four Cracks Wall 18 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Description:© (Atrax)

It's getting taller!

A popular wall with easy classics. Bolts available at the top of the cliff to protect the trees.

Approach:© (Atrax)

Obvious wall with cracks opposite the 'Kenny Boulder'

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1

Thin seam on the right hand side of the wall.

V2Boulder
2 1a

Eliminate all face holds and climb the seam by finger-locking and a tips layback

V4Boulder
3 * 2

Fierce little ironstone crimps just left of the seam.

V5Boulder
4 * 3 - Knifeblade Nasty

Left hand sloper, right hand knifeblade. Grit your teeth and pull. Knifeblade is bigger than it used to be!

V4Boulder
5 4

Right hand sloper, up on small holds. Sidepull to the left is off.

V3Boulder
6 * 5

Just right of the crack. Plenty pockets and edges

V1Boulder
7 6

The layback crack. Layback on its right side or jam it.

V0Boulder
8 * 7

Straight up this buttress, staying out of the cracks.

V4Boulder
9 8 - Twin Cracks

The twin crack system.

V3Boulder
10 9

Bold face to the left of twin cracks.

V4 RBoulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
11 10

Tricky finger crack. Do it pure for the full tick, else wimp out onto actual holds.

V1Boulder
12 ** 11

Excellent juggy face. Do it! Can be done with 3 dynos!

V0Boulder
13 12 - Slanting Crack

The slanting crack

V1Boulder
14 * 13

The face to the left, crimpy ironstone. The left side of the face is slightly thinner and harder.

V2Boulder
15 14

Start on the big shelf in the corner, squirm up avoiding the right face

V2Boulder
16 15

Grab the break and mantle it to reach a pockety sidepull 1.5m above.

V4Boulder
17 15a

Between arete and corner eliminating the break and big pocket.

V5Boulder
18 The Lindfield Traverse - 3

Starts high at the end of the Downclimb Slab. Drop down to the middle of the wall near problem 4 - feet on the obvious horizontal break. At the left hand end pop onto the shelf and scramble onto abseil wall without touching the ground or using the tree.

V3Boulder

1.6. Abseil Wall 15 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Description:© (Atrax)

Taller again. A couple of classics here, though they're a little necky. Toprope bolts exist, you might want to consider using them if you're pushing your grade here.

Approach:© (Atrax)

Prominent vertical wall with a tree on the right hand side, left of 'Four Cracks Wall'.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 All In All It's Just Another Climb On The Wall

Starting several meters to the right of the tree next to the corner, lay back and make your way up.

Set by Brendon Flanagan, 2012

FA: Brendon Flanagan, 2012

V1Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
2 1

Starts behind the tree on the right. uses underclings and a large rounded flake. Trend left near the top

V3Boulder
3 *** The Window Route

Climb to and past the obvious square window.

V4 RBoulder
4 3

Between the window and the dog leg crack, squeezed in.

V3Boulder
5 4

The dog-leg crack and surrounding territory

V2Boulder
6 5

Up past a bullethole pocket to finish on crimps.

V5Boulder
7 * 6

Past the low well-worn horn. vertical edges on left, thin crimps on right.

V3Boulder
8 The Seam Eliminate

Up the seam using 20 cm corridor of rock

V5Boulder 6m
9 * 7

The blankish runnel in the middle of the wall

V4Boulder
10 *** The Tourist Route

aka Turkey Route. A must-do up the left hand side of the wall with a slight right-left deviation high up.

V3Boulder
11 * 9

Between 'Arete' and Tourist Route, a thin wall above two pockets with a well worn edge. Don't stray offline.

V5Boulder
12 *** The Arete

Start on the right, move onto the arete itself, then back on the right.

V4Boulder
13 The Arete by Left hand side V4Boulder
14 * The Low Corner

The traverse around the arete from right to left, keeping low, is a good problem in its own right.

V2Boulder
15 The Lindfield Traverse - 4

Classic bit of the traverse. Crux is near the arete, and its easier to go low at the arete.

Hard Men do a higher level traverse using good crimpers near the top.

V2Boulder

1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area 13 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Description:© (Atrax)

Again, high. Not the greatest of landings

Approach:© (Atrax)

Obvious bay left of 'Abseil Wall'

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1

Thin moves up the black wall just left of the arete

V4Boulder
2 2

High, thin, airy, scary.

V5Boulder
3 3

The left side of the black wall. Still thin but apparently jug heaven compared to problem #2

V4 RBoulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
4 4 - Corner Crack

Wide Corner Crack to small roof

V1Boulder
5 5

Middle of the wall left of 'Corner Crack' on small crimps

V5 RBoulder
6 6

Climbs the curving feature to the left till it runs out, then crimps on the right face

V3 RBoulder
7 7 - Wide Crack

The Wide Crack

V1Boulder
8 ** 8

Centre of the wall, aiming for the ironstone crimps high in the middle. Very, very good.

V4Boulder
9 9

Flake system just right of the arete

V1Boulder
10 10

The juggy arete with an awkward start on the left hand side

V1Boulder
11 Low Traverse of Black Wall R to L V3Boulder
12 Low Traverse of Black Wall L to R V3Boulder
13 The Lindfield Traverse - 5

A tough part of the Lindfield Traverse

V4Boulder

1.8. One Hold Wall 12 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Description:© (Atrax)

aka Eagle's Head, this wall is high, and the landings aren't the best. then again they're not as bad as some!

Potential descent route in the ledgy corner

Approach:© (Atrax)

Left of Black Wall/Wide Crack, another small bay

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1

Layback the obvious block feature on the right hand side of the area.

V0Boulder
2 2

Traverse the block rightwards staying below the lip.

V5Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
3 3

Start up on the ledge, climb the small wall on good holds

V1Boulder
4 3a

Hand jam up the corner crack

V0Boulder
5 4

Left of the corner crack is a good jug. Past this using the flake.

V1Boulder
6 * 5

Thinly up the centre of the wall on mostly positive holds.

V4Boulder
7 * 6

Start in the large pocket near the middle of the wall. climb up and left via a flake to finish right of the tree

V3Boulder
8 7

Reachy start, vague flakeline.

V3Boulder
9 ** Orange Arete

Stay on the right of the arete all the way to the top

V2 RBoulder
10 9

The buttress on the left of the 'One Hold Wall' area

V0-Boulder
11 * Orange Arete Variant

Hard sit start variant on 'Orange Arete'

V6 RBoulder
12 The Lindfield Traverse - 6

Scramble down from the ledge and traverse the wall at low height. Move around the Orange Arete to a short wall.

V3Boulder

1.9. Pipeline Wall 22 routes in Cliff

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1

Starting in the chimney on the right. Desperately up the wall using small and slopey crimps

V4Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
2 * 2 - The Runnel

Obvious runnel on the right of the wall.

V0Boulder
3 3

The seam left of the runnel (which is off!)

V2Boulder
4 4

Starting at the base of the ramp, climb the wall without using the seam. Tricky.

V5Boulder
5 5

Using the only good set of footholds to the left of the ramp use a single finger undercling and reach, reach, reach for an edge. It helps if you're tall.

V5Boulder
6 6

Start at the well-brushed (and poor) sloper with your left hand. Desperately up.

V7Boulder
7 7

Start at the well-brushed (and poor) sloper with your right hand. Desperately up.

V7Boulder
8 8

Start with your left hand in the slot and lunge for the high slopey pocket.

V4Boulder
9 * 9

Start with your right hand in the slot and move up via the slopey pocket just right of the layback crack to a higher slopey pocket.

V5Boulder
10 9. Variant

Holding sloping pocket with L.

V6Boulder
11 ** Layback Crack

Jam or layback

V1Boulder
12 *** Corals

The classic left-to-right traverse starting in the layback crack and going all the way to 'The Runnel'

V5Boulder
13 Corals R to L V5Boulder
14 Corals R to L linked into 16. V5Boulder
15 12

Hold the obvious round pocket with your left hand and reach up to a sloper and nubin then up.

V5Boulder
16 * 13

Start with right hand on an incut crimp 1/2 left of the layback, left hand on sloper and up.

V2 to V3Boulder
17 * 14

Start on the slopers and bog on up.

V2Boulder
18 15

The arete

V0Boulder
19 ** 16

Starting in the layback flake, traverse left keeping feet low to the arete.

V4Boulder
20 16. R to L V4Boulder
21 16. R to L linked into Corals V5Boulder
22 The Lindfield Traverse - 8

The easiest way across is to bridge across the back of the gully and traverse high on the wall. The hard way is to stay low and link Corals with problem #16

V4Boulder

1.10. Bum Crack/Pocketed Face 7 routes in Boulder

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1

Start just right of the small crack, trend right

V2Boulder
2 2

Use the large edge to the right of the arete, move past a pocket and rail to top.

V2Boulder
3 ** Kim's Arete

Choose your conditions; the slopers are far from positive and dry, cold conditions could make all the difference

V4Boulder
4 4

A rightward Traverse from bum crack around the boulder avoiding the big foot ledge.

V3Boulder
5 5 - Bum Crack

Left of Kim's 'Arete' is an obvious... ahem... crease. Knock yourself out

V0Boulder
6 6

Start low on good edges to the left of Bum Crack. Head up on the right hand edges.

V1Boulder
7 7

Start low and head up on the left hand edges.

V1Boulder

1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side 9 routes in Boulder

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 1 - The Undercling

Grab the undercling (a bit harder now that its broken), dyno to the rail and finish via a fin.

V1Boulder
2 ** 2

Start just left of the undercling, laying away on two small pockets about 1m apart

V4Boulder
3 2a

Eliminate the squarish horn, smeary + desperate

V5Boulder
4 3

Up the overhanging orange streak in the middle of the wall. Desperate and has a bad landing.

V4Boulder
5 * 4

Sit start and undercling your way up. Follow the right trending seam/crack. There are million variants to this problem.

V3Boulder
6 ** 5

Right-to-left traverse of the slab face (in the 'Corals' courtyard). Keep your hands on or below the obvious thin horizontal seam at chest level.

V0Boulder
7 6

Introductory slab climbing up the middle of the face.

V0Boulder
8 7 - Descent Ramp

The Descent Ramp off the nose. The rock is soft and wears easily so tread carefully.

V0-Boulder
9 Full Body Dyno

Stand on the block in front of problem #3 and leap for the rail on The Undercling. Make sure you stick the rail.

V1Boulder

1.12. She-Oak Wall 17 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Description:© (Atrax)

Home to 'The Blank Wall', a classic V4, and She-Oak Crack, a classic easier crack. The eponymous She-Oak is now defunct

Approach:© (Atrax)

Immediately left of 'Snout Rock' and 'Corals', a steep slab with a ripply top marks 'The Blank Wall', abutted by a pair of diverging cracks on the left

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * The Small Blank Wall

Left of the descent gully, below the tree is an intense little one-mover. Up the center of this little wall. The tree root is off!

V4Boulder
2 The Offwidth

Too wide to jam, too narrow to chimney, thrutch your way up instead

V2Boulder
3 The Offwidth Arete

Climb the R arete of The Offwidth Crack by its R side

V2Boulder
4 3

Climbs the territory just left of 'The Offwidth'

V3Boulder
5 *** The Blank Wall

The testpiece of the wall. 'Required' qualification for the Lindfield Hardman badge. Scene of chip/fill shenanigans in the past. Classic.

V4 RBoulder
6 * 5

To the right of She-Oak Crack is a thin seam. Climb it

V4 RBoulder
7 * She-Oak Crack

Classic, the crack system left of the blank wall is a good outing for almost anyone.

V0Boulder
8 7 - Diagonal Cracks

As the name suggests, the diagonal crack system leading out of the start of She-Oak Crack

V0 to V0+Boulder
9 7a

Continue directly up the slanting crack line (instead of traversing L)

V2Boulder
10 8

There's an obvious pocket below the traverse of Problem #7. Use this to gain the break.

V3Boulder
11 * 9

Starting on the slopey crimp, attack the arete of 'The Golden Triangle'

V5Boulder
12 ** The Golden Triangle (Sit start)

Adds a move to GT by sit-starting with left hand pocket, right hand layaway

V5Boulder
13 11

Corner left of the arete, moving up on good holds to escape or finish direct.

V0Boulder
14 *** The Golden Triangle

steep stuff on the left edge of the wall

V3Boulder
15 Low Traverse of The Blank Wall R to L V4Boulder
16 Low Traverse of The Blank Wall L to R V4Boulder
17 The Lindfield Traverse - 9

Step across the descent gully to The Small Blank Wall, downclimb The Offwidth then traverse low across the wall to the top of The Golden Triangle and step across to The Overhang. This is probably the crux of The Lindfield Traverse.

Alternatively traverse high across The Blank Wall and drop down at the end which is much easier.

V4Boulder

1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang 13 routes in Boulder

Summary:
Description:© (Atrax)

Tall, demanding attention and much talked-of. "The Overhang" at Lindfield is one of those "have you done..." problems

Approach:© (Atrax)

A standalone rock left of the Blank Wall, marking the end of the crag proper. 'Problems' described are on the face directly opposite snout rock. Tons of variants of course exist.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * 1

Start with your right hand in the large pocket and move up via pinches. Finish off right.

V2Boulder
2 * 2

Start on crimps in the centre. Straight up.

V2Boulder
3 3

Drop a plumb line down from the centre of the face and follow this through line through the overhang.

V4Boulder
4 4

Traverse left to right under the orange roof, finishing up the headwall or off right.

V4Boulder
5 Traverse #4 Variant

Turn the nose without the good ledge or the top at V5+

V5Boulder
6 *** The Overhang V2Boulder
7 * 6

Left to right traverse via easiest sequence available (mid height under the roof).

V2Boulder
8 * 7

Hard left-to-right traverse staying below the reasonable head-height line. Good luck!

V7Boulder
9 ** Up the door jam

Chimney up between the isolated rock and cliff face.

VBBoulder 3m
10 8 - Impossible

Desperate sit start up the crack. Tape up, and use some crimps near the top for this grade. May not be doable pure.

V6Boulder
11 10

From the little arete, traverse right via the flared crack.

V7Boulder
12 ** The Lone Ranger

From 1m inside the cave next to the Overhang, climb up over the lip, holding onto the crack in the rock above the roof.

V0Boulder 3m
13 The Lindfield Traverse - 10

This is where the Lindfield Traverse finishes. Step across from the ledge of The Golden Triangle stay low and finish in the cave. For a more exciting finish, head up The Overhang.

V2Boulder

1.14. The Overhangs 10 routes in Cliff

Summary:

Long/Lat: 151.179257, -33.768292

Description:© (Atrax)

Not to be confused the 'The Overhang'.

Approach:© (Atrax)

To the left and slightly separate from the main crag, an area of overhanging sandstone up off the path

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Minuteman

Lip Traverse from the obvious horizontal break right of the roof all the way along the lip to finish in the wide corner crack.

V7Boulder
2 * 2

Starts by underclinging a large flake just right of the big corner crack. Right to a large pocket on the arete and then up.

V5Boulder
3 2a

Contrived. Start: Undercling the large flake and go straight up to a match with both hands in the thin break.

V4Boulder
4 3

The corner crack.

V0Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
5 4

The best problem on this wall. From the wide corner crack traverse left keeping below the roof to finish at or near the crack.

V1Boulder
6 5

Centre of the wall, there's an old (ex?) carrot and a drilled pocket. Up and right from here.

V2Boulder
7 6

As for #5, but haul up left on slightly less dodgy holds

V3Boulder
8 7

Crack. Yuck?

V0Boulder
9 8

Flake system through the roof

V3Boulder
10 9

Light coloured scoop further left. Standing start trending left.

V3Boulder

1.15. Pipe Dreams 6 routes in Cliff

Summary:

Long/Lat: 151.178796, -33.767872

Description:© (Atrax)

Steep, thugy bouldering and a classic traverse

Approach:© (Atrax)

Follow the track past the overhangs to some steps, turn left and walk for about 100m to find the area on your right. Climbs described left to right

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Pipe Dreams

Eponymous superclassic left-to-right traverse under the roof

V3Boulder
2 ** Upper Pipe Dreams

The high traverse back from the end of 'Pipe Dreams' back to the start. Hands below the top.

V5Boulder
3 3

First of the up problems, from the big sandy footledge move out via two reasonable slots to finish up and right.

V4Boulder
4 * 4

From the central underclings, move to the large break then up via the pocket, or forget the break and dyno from the undercling straight up to the pocket.

V2Boulder
5 ** Big Wednesday

Just left of the two-hand feature in the middle is a good sized undercling. Start here and head out to a small slot above 'pipe dreams'. From here, left to a sloping slot, right hand good pocket, top.

V4Boulder
6 ** Rubble

Low, hard rightwards traverse from the double-handed feature, underclinging over to the crack and up

V8Boulder

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
VB ** Up the door jam Boulder 3m 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
V0- 9 Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
7 - Descent Ramp Boulder 1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side
V0 1 Boulder 4m 1.1. First Wall
2 - Tunnel expedition Boulder 1.1. First Wall
3 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
2 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
The Downclimb Slab Boulder 1.4. The Downclimb Slab
The Lindfield Traverse - 2 Boulder 1.4. The Downclimb Slab
** 11 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
6 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
1 Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
3a Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
15 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
* 2 - The Runnel Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
5 - Bum Crack Boulder 1.10. Bum Crack/Pocketed Face
** 5 Boulder 1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side
6 Boulder 1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side
11 Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
* She-Oak Crack Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
** The Lone Ranger Boulder 3m 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
3 Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
7 Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
V0 to V0+ 7 - Diagonal Cracks Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
V1 10 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
2 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
9 - Walkdown Crack Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
1 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
* 5 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
10 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
12 - Slanting Crack Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
* 5 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
All In All It's Just Another Climb On The Wall Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
10 Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
4 - Corner Crack Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
7 - Wide Crack Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
9 Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
3 Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
4 Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
** Layback Crack Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
6 Boulder 1.10. Bum Crack/Pocketed Face
7 Boulder 1.10. Bum Crack/Pocketed Face
1 - The Undercling Boulder 1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side
Full Body Dyno Boulder 1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side
4 Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
V2 5 Boulder 4m 1.1. First Wall
11 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
8 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
3 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
4 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
* 8 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
** 9 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
1 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
* 13 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
14 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
4 Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
The Lindfield Traverse - 4 Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
* The Low Corner Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
** Orange Arete Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
* 14 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
3 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
1 Boulder 1.10. Bum Crack/Pocketed Face
2 Boulder 1.10. Bum Crack/Pocketed Face
7a Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
The Offwidth Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
The Offwidth Arete Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
* 1 Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
* 2 Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
* 6 Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
The Lindfield Traverse - 10 Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
*** The Overhang Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
5 Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
* 4 Boulder 1.15. Pipe Dreams
V2 to V3 * 13 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
V3 6 Boulder 4m 1.1. First Wall
4 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
* 7 - Discontinuous Crack Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
* The Lindfield Traverse - 1 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
* 10 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
* 11 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
*** The Nose Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
The Nose linked into 12 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
The Not Over the Top Traverse Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
4 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
8 - Twin Cracks Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
The Lindfield Traverse - 3 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
1 Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
3 Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
* 6 Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
*** The Tourist Route Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
6 Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
Low Traverse of Black Wall L to R Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
Low Traverse of Black Wall R to L Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
* 6 Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
7 Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
The Lindfield Traverse - 6 Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
4 Boulder 1.10. Bum Crack/Pocketed Face
* 4 Boulder 1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side
3 Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
8 Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
*** The Golden Triangle Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
6 Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
8 Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
9 Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
*** Pipe Dreams Boulder 1.15. Pipe Dreams
V4 8 Boulder 4m 1.1. First Wall
* 9 Boulder 4m 1.1. First Wall
** Ralph's Arete Boulder 4m 1.1. First Wall
1 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
5 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
* 6 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
Sit start to 7 linked into 3 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
Sit-start to 7 linked into 5 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
15 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
1a Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
* 3 - Knifeblade Nasty Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
* 7 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
9 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
* 7 Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
*** The Arete Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
The Arete by Left hand side Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
*** The Window Route Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
1 Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
3 Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
** 8 Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
The Lindfield Traverse - 5 Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
* 5 Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
1 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
** 16 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
16. R to L Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
8 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
The Lindfield Traverse - 8 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
** Kim's Arete Boulder 1.10. Bum Crack/Pocketed Face
** 2 Boulder 1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side
3 Boulder 1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side
* 5 Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
Low Traverse of The Blank Wall L to R Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
Low Traverse of The Blank Wall R to L Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
*** The Blank Wall Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
The Lindfield Traverse - 9 Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
* The Small Blank Wall Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
3 Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
4 Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
2a Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
3 Boulder 1.15. Pipe Dreams
** Big Wednesday Boulder 1.15. Pipe Dreams
V5 3 Boulder 4m 1.1. First Wall
7 Boulder 4m 1.1. First Wall
** Ralph's Arete (sit start) Boulder 4m 1.1. First Wall
** 6 Boulder 1.2. Walkdown Wall
** 12 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
The Nose linked into 5 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
15a Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
* 2 Boulder 1.5. Four Cracks Wall
5 Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
* 9 Boulder 1.6. Abseil Wall
The Seam Eliminate Boulder 6m 1.6. Abseil Wall
2 Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
5 Boulder 1.7. Black Wall/Wide Crack Area
2 Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
12 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
16. R to L linked into Corals Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
4 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
5 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
* 9 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
*** Corals Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
Corals R to L Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
Corals R to L linked into 16. Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
2a Boulder 1.11. Orange Face/Slab Side
* 9 Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
** The Golden Triangle (Sit start) Boulder 1.12. She-Oak Wall
Traverse #4 Variant Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
* 2 Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
** Upper Pipe Dreams Boulder 1.15. Pipe Dreams
V6 *** 7 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
Circumnavigatory Traverse Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
Sit-start to 7 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
The Nose linked into 3 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
* Orange Arete Variant Boulder 1.8. One Hold Wall
9. Variant Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
8 - Impossible Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
V7 ** 13 Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
The Last Great Line Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
The Last Great Line Sit-start Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
The Nose linked into 7. Boulder 1.3. Kenny Boulder
6 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
7 Boulder 1.9. Pipeline Wall
10 Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
* 7 Boulder 1.13. Isolated Rock/Overhang
** Minuteman Boulder 1.14. The Overhangs
V8 ** Rubble Boulder 1.15. Pipe Dreams