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V14 *** Double Demerit Boulder

Sit start at the back of the cave, squeeze and compress your way along the spaced out holds to a difficult finish up the flaring crack.

FA: Tom Farrell

V11 *** Combat Wombat Boulder

Start low on a juggy shelf at the left side of the cave. Make a big first move to a block protruding from the roof and follow the obvious line of slopers to the incut finishing jugs.

FA: Sharik Walker

V13 ** One Of A Kind Boulder

Sit start matched on the sharp under clings two meters right of "Combat Wombat". Make some burly moves on bad crimps to join the scoop of "Combat Wombat" finishing up the same line.

FA: Chris Webb Parsons, 2010

V5 * Unknown Boulder

Stand start on the sloping lip traversing left to join the jugs on "Combat Wombat". Then finish as for "Combat Wombat".

Project Boulder Project

On the far right side of the cave, might have already been done.

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