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Description

This part of the Frontline is on the northern side of the small creek that runs parallel to the track. Although home only to a few problems, it certainly offers variety and some pretty good bouldering too.

Approach

On the way down to the Frontline turn right instead of left once down the rocky face meeting the adjacent track.

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Routes

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1
V5 The Low Side Boulder

Out the left side of the roof and up the face.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

2
V5 The Bright Side Boulder

Out the right side of the roof and up the face.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

4
V1 The Upside Boulder

Start behind log and up cool scoops to top out left.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

5
V0 R ** The DownSide Boulder

Up water runnels. Gorgeous.

FA: Tim O'Neill

6
V0 ** Sighed Boulder
7
V5 ** Lichen or Not Boulder

Traverse out right up the lip to finish up AD5.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

8

Start on good hold on the left side of the corner and head left out the roof.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

9
V9 *** 7th day ascentist Boulder

Start 1m right of AD5 and go out right side of roof not using any holds of AD5.

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

10
V6 ** The Right Side Boulder

Jump to the top and mantle away.

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

11

Eliminate all intermediate holds.Go straight from start to top jug.

12
V4 * The Far Side Boulder

Stretch up and right and mantle away.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders