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Table of contents

1. The Pee Boulder 11 routes in Boulder

All Boulder

Long/Lat: 151.009943, -33.764148

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Omemsahi Bart

Start up P2 then traverse the wall from right to left on the lovely rounded holds below the lip.

Start: Sit

FA: Matt Wilder

V5 Boulder 3m
2 Here Comes The Hercules

Up to breaks then long throw to one of the three knobs and tough mantle.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V4 Boulder 3m
3 * Rob's Mantle

Slap to crimps and then long move to rounded hold and press it out.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V4 Boulder 3m
4 *** Macedomeia

Slap to rounded hold then jug and then long move to rounded dome and over.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V5 Boulder 3m
5 Here Comes The Submarine

Up left a little to small undercling then mantle to big rounded knob and over.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V5 Boulder 3m
6 * A? V2 Boulder
7 B? V1 Boulder
8 * Battle of the Skivvies

From undercling stay left of 'Battle of the Shirts'.

Start: Sit

FA: Neil Wallace

V5 Boulder 4m
9 ** Battle of the Shirts

Climb the left side of the'fish' arete using anything to a tricky top.

Start: Sit

FA: Gordon Low

V4 R Boulder 4m
10 ** Battle of the Shorts

Up the two beautiful pockets then to slot and over.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V6 Boulder 4m
11 ** Battle of the Bonds

Around roof on slopers, then up the arete, staying right of 'Battle of the Shirts' and 'Battle of the Shorts'.

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

V7 Boulder 4m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
V1 B? Boulder
V2 * A? Boulder
V4 Here Comes The Hercules Boulder 3m
* Rob's Mantle Boulder 3m
V4 R ** Battle of the Shirts Boulder 4m
V5 * Battle of the Skivvies Boulder 4m
Here Comes The Submarine Boulder 3m
*** Macedomeia Boulder 3m
** Omemsahi Bart Boulder 3m
V6 ** Battle of the Shorts Boulder 4m
V7 ** Battle of the Bonds Boulder 4m