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Table of contents

1. Area Q 19 routes in Cliff

All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Almost A Case Of Trenchfoot V0-Boulder T C 8 years ago

Do I get an extra grade for avoiding the fallen tree limb?

2 Gangrene V1Boulder
3 A? V0-Boulder
4 B? V2Boulder
5 C? V1Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
6 D? V1Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

watch the tree

7 National Pride

Straight up face between the two trees. (The RH tree is now a sawn-off stump).

FA: Rob Saunders

V2Boulder Casey Alexander 1 years ago

Nice delicate top out

Daniel da Silva 9 years ago

Really liked this one it's sweet

8 * Lay Down Your Arms

Start both hands on lowest jug, then up left to jug then straight up just right of where the RH tree used to be (now a sawn-off stump). Start: Sit. If you start on the obvious chalked jugs further left, and trend R into this line it's an easy juggy warmup.

FA: Rob Saunders

V3Boulder James Crowther 1 years ago

Go right as you near the top, or you will be sorry, got caught out and had to pop sideways to sta...

Adam Bramwell 7 years ago

now for the harder stuff?

9 ** Arms Race V5Boulder Sam 11 months ago

awesome full stretch dyno

Daniel da Silva 5 years ago

dam fine wanted to get rid of him for ages

10 Mann Killer

Same starting hold as Lay Down Your Arms (the jug only) but right to sharp crimp to the right of the rounded crimp and left to finish up Lay Down Your Arms.

Start: Sit

FA: Dave Kellermann

V8Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 5 years ago

Contrived, only 3 hard moves but good.

Daniel da Silva 7 years ago

A bit soggy but cool none the less

11 *** If The Show Fits

Same starting hold as Q7 (both hands on the jug) but go right to sloper then straight up to the rounded crimp with left hand, lunge to break without leaving a foot behind, traverse across and finish up 'Business as Usual'.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V8Boulder Nick Cormack 5 years ago

the big taverse out right feels dirty. L'homme is the line and lets face it I ain't strong enough...

Sebastian Sakowicz 5 years ago

Great few moves, I stopped on the starting hold of Rocketman, the rest now that the big jug has b...

12 *** Rocket Man

Rocket Pants standing start. From the big break on If the shoe fits power out to the pocket and finish up 'Rocket Pants'.

FA: Fred Nicole

V10Boulder Nick Cormack 2 years ago

Things dont get much better. Thought I'd give it a quick go as I have never been able to stick th...

Michael Tonon 2 years ago

First v10

13 * Rocket Pants

Jump to the pocket and mantle around the bulge.

FA: Adam Griffiths

V3Boulder Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

boosted through the first move of rocket man, very close to the real deal

Adam Bramwell 7 years ago

over too soon

14 *** L'homme Obu

Rocket Man sit start. Start up If the shoe fits and finish up 'Rocket Man'.

Start: Sit

FA: Fred Nicole

V11Boulder Michael Tonon 2 years ago

First V11

15 * If The Glove Fits

From crimps around bulge to improving holds and over.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3Boulder Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

ticked earlier

16 Low Riser

Sit start for super reach/dyno around bulge and finish up If the glove fits.

Start: Sit

FA: James Alexander

17 * Business as Usual

Hard first move to lovely rounded holds and scary top-out.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3 RBoulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Sketchy landing! Not great, only good to do as the end of If The Shoe Fits.

Dave T 7 years ago

Very wet top out.

18 E? V3Boulder Vanessa Wills 6 years ago

Someone had left a wet shedding mattress there which made the landing slightly less bad

Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

bad landing and hard topout

19 If The Thong Fits

Same starting hold as Q7 (the jug only) but left to sharp triangular crimp and right to rounded crimp then lunge out right to finish up Q15.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders


2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
V0- A? Boulder
Almost A Case Of Trenchfoot Boulder
V1 C? Boulder
D? Boulder
Gangrene Boulder
V2 B? Boulder
National Pride Boulder
V3 * Business as Usual Boulder
E? Boulder
* If The Glove Fits Boulder
* Lay Down Your Arms Boulder
* Rocket Pants Boulder
V5 ** Arms Race Boulder
V8 *** If The Show Fits Boulder
Mann Killer Boulder
V9 If The Thong Fits Boulder
Low Riser Boulder
V10 *** Rocket Man Boulder
V11 *** L'homme Obu Boulder