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Description

This is the very impressive overhanging bulging wall, with a cave undercutting its right hand side. It is up to 6m high, and is home to some intimidating and essential Frontline Classics

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Routes

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V2 'A' Boulder
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V3 'B' Boulder
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V4 R ** Toe to Toe Boulder 6m

Start with your left hand in one pocket and your right foot in the other. After the first move do some funky footwork then straight up left of the scoop.

FA: Tim O'Neill

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Sit start with your left hand in the lowest pocket and crank up right to the slot and then back left to join F3. For the tall!

Start: Sit

FA: Ben Lowe

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V10 R * Woolly Jumper Boulder

Paste your feet on and dyno to slot then up through scoop.

FA: Tim O'Neill

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V6 R *** Milo and Kofi Boulder 6m

Off break through crimps and pinch then jump to sidepull up right and delicately to top. Sit start has been done but it's not worth it.

FA: Tim O'Neill

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V7 * Eating Sheep Boulder

Link "Milo and Kofi" into Woolly Jumper via a mid level traverse.

FA: Phil Staples

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V6 * A2 is Not a Tank Boulder 3m

Jump from one break to the next and traverse left as far as you like. The grade is the number of inches you are under 6'7' times by 2/3.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

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V10 Daoism Boulder

Stand start in the break. Tough move through rounded pinch/layaway dish to slot then up slab. Scarborough grading, expect it to be harder....

FA: James Scarborough, 2003

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Daoism Sit Start Boulder Project

Sit start to Daoism. Tried by CWP thought to be V13ish.

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V10 R ** American Siege Boulder

Tough move up to sidepull, then to mono and'better' holds, then up slab.

FA: Matt Wilder

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FA: Tom Farrell, 2007

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V7 R ** Paratroopin Boulder 7m

Traverse right out lip of cave to tough mantle then finish up easy slab.

FA: Rob Saunders

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V10 Phone Lock Boulder

Sit start into 'Paratroopin'.

FA: Chris Webb Parsons, 2007

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V8 ** Paratroopin' Plus Boulder

Paratroopin' traversing the lip to finish up pockets of resistance. About half a grade harder than Paratroopin'

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V2 * The Pendulum Boulder 1m

Traverse either way along the start pump of 'Paratroopin'

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

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V8 ** Pocketrooping Boulder

Pockets of resistance traversing left to finish up Paratroopin'

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V11 Energy Into Love Boulder

Link up. "Pockets of Resistance" into "American Siege".

FA: Chris Webb Parsons, 2014

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V7 R *** Pockets of Resistance Boulder 6m

Start matched in the back pocket, across the roof, pull the lip and up the difficult slab.

There are a pair of nesting swallows in one of the pockets at the start from time to time so be aware.

FA: Rob Saunders

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Start from Pockets Of Resitance and traverse right to finish up Highlander

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V3 * Highlander Boulder
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V4 R * Friendly Fire Boulder

Mantle into the bottom of corridor then delicately straight up.

FA: Tim O'Neill

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V2 * 'C' Boulder
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V0- * 'D' Boulder
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V1 'E' Boulder
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V1 * War Paint Boulder

Smear your way up this.

FA: Tim O'Neill

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V1 * Foot Soldier Boulder

Tip toe up short right and then left trending staircases with nothing touching the rock but your feet.

FA: (FA: Tim O'Neill)

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V0 * 'F' Boulder
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V1 * 'G' Boulder
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V5 Bushman's Hankie Boulder

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