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1. The Frontline 204 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 151.010376, -33.762404

Description:© (secretary)

The Frontline was the first area discovered and developed in the Balkans. It is the biggest area with about 150 individual problems ranging from V0- to V11. There are excellent problems of all grades and styles.

These cliffs and boulders are generally west and south facing and receive plenty of afternoon sun so they are perfect for cold winter afternoons and hot summer mornings. In summer they can get very hot. The rock is fast drying and clean but beware of the crimps, some have broken with "interesting" consequences. Learn to pull gently and evenly on the holds and tread very carefully.

Approach:© (secretary)

Referring to the location map park 50m into Larra Cr. just off Mill Dr. North Rocks next to the Bush-Fire Brigade trailer. Walk down the chained-off driveway, saying hello to all the local barking dogs, and turn left when you hit the grass at the bottom. About 30m along there is a well worn path down the hill with a small creek on your right, follow this path for about 50m. When you hit the cliff-line turn left and scramble down wherever you please, this is the Frontline area (left side).

Alternatively, from the Trenches, go down the hill, cross the creek and then back up the hill. Make sure you stick to the established paths!

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * The arms race

Same start as Q7 then big dyno right to break then up through scoop.

Start: Sit

FA: Dave Allen

V5Boulder
2 * Shell Shocked (sit start)

Not worth the extra effort!

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V4 RBoulder
3 Hira’s Problem

Start on knob and gaston, to'better' hold then top just right of tree.

V0Boulder
4 Woolly Crimper

F4 via the sharp crimp statically.

V0Boulder
5 ** Quarter Metal Jacket

Rounded bulge catching the sidepulls then lunge to the knob with your right.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V5Boulder
6 Untouched V0Boulder
7 ** The Corridor

Desperate rounded sidepull climbing in the alley up the face.

V0Boulder
8 Daoism

Tough move through rounded pinch/layaway dish to slot then up slab.

V0Boulder
9 ** Shoaib Akhtar

You have to go really fast for this one, like the Pakistani bowler! Mantle to left crimp and leap to top, then over.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V5Boulder
10 unamed

Up right sloping undercling and over little roof.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V1Boulder
11 * Shoaib Akhtar (sit start)

Not worth the extra effort!

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V6Boulder
12 Project

Up dihedral to scary top-out.

V0Boulder
13 ** Half Metal Jacket

Rounded bulge catching the sidepulls then lunge to the knob with your left.

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

V5Boulder

1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side 16 routes in Boulder

Summary:

Long/Lat: 151.010183, -33.763271

Description:

This area has some very pleasant moderate wall problems

Approach:

On the way down to the Frontline this is the first area on the left

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Frontrow

Up over bulge on big holds.

FA: Rob Saunders

V0Boulder Johan Szabo 13 years ago

winter 2000

2 Bangers

Straight up knobs just left of the tree branch on top. Add a grade for the sit start.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V0Boulder Grace Wong 1 years ago

First outdoor problem!

Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Started with a sit start, which was probably the coolest move, maybe added a grade or two

3 M.A.S.H.

Start in the bottom of the little flared crack and go up diagonally left under tree branch.

FA: Rob Saunders

V0-Boulder Casey Alexander 1 years ago

Cruisey

Lauren Chandler 7 years ago

Onsight

4 * Tanks a Lot

Up over sloping bulge. Rightmost climb before the corner

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Very fun start then easy finish

Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Wonderful moves slapping some slopers. Much better when I worked out hoe to get off the ground

5 Point of View

Up layaway arete.

FA: Rob Saunders

V0Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Very enjoyable

Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Enjoyable

6 Choppers

Start 1m right of 'Point of View' and go straight up.

FA: Rob Saunders

V1 RBoulder Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Balancy start. I liked it

Meagan Kerr 7 years ago

yep another goody

7 Choppers II

Climb left of the flake

V1Boulder Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Don't see whats pleasant about it...

Lauren Chandler 7 years ago

Onsight

8 A?

Follow the flake through the rooflet. Cave is out. Watch the topout

V1Boulder Johan Szabo 13 years ago

winter 2000

9 B?

Up the slab below the cave

V0Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

Hard for 0 and not very good.

JJ 8 years ago

Tricky top

10 Meltdown

Crawl in behind the tree then up overhanging face.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V2Boulder JJ 8 years ago

One move wonder

Matt Webster 9 years ago

watch the tree

11 ** Milo on the Rocks

Start on broken horizontal ledge (ie. not the boulder) and stay on the left of the crack.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3 RBoulder Guy Koller 8 years ago

Ripped off a crimp at the top, it was a ripper. Came flying off the top and caught in mid air by ...

JJ 9 years ago

All you need is a couple of pads.

12 * Revelations

THE fist jam crack. Avoid using any of the face holds for some added fun.

FA: Rob Saunders

V3 RBoulder Zorba Parer 7 years ago

Haven't been keen to get on this bad boy without a bomber spot...thanks Johnno, once again, you c...

Matt Webster 9 years ago

no jamming, tho

13 ?

Mantle up the slab

V0-Boulder Johan Szabo 13 years ago

winter 2000

14 Wholegrain Mustard Gas

Up the slightly overhung arete. Finishes at the top of "Underground Movement"

V5Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

1st shot today, tried it a fair bit over the years.

JJ 8 years ago

Tricky finger lock start, slap, then easy.

15 ** Underground Movement

Start on crimps, then go left to the pocket and jump to the top.

Start: Sit

FA: Jason Whitton

V3Boulder Lee McDougall 1 years ago

One move wonder, with one wonderful move

Nick Clow 3 years ago

good problem and in the shade

16 C.O.A.T V11Boulder Daniel da Silva 5 years ago

how's your pain threshold? was once 12, maybe 10 hard to grade. ok once it's done i guess.

1.2. The Corridor Boulders 22 routes in Crag

Summary:

Long/Lat: 151.010087, -33.763412

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Sherman Tank

Easily up the layaway arete.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V1Boulder Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Really nice and smooth, however Tegan needs to learn to smear :)

2 V3??

Find shallow mono above head height 1m R of "Sherman Tank". Up using this with R hand. Sherman Tank is off.

V3Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

2nd go

Nick Clow 2 years ago

Up using shallow mono with R hand, hopping for the top. Sherman Tank is off.

3 A?

Up the middle of the eastern rock, from the middle. Up through some slabby crimps

V0Boulder Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Crimpy number

T C 8 years ago

Not much too it.

4 B?

Left of yellow streak and up overhung boulder

V2Boulder
5 Bomb Shelter

Right of yellow streak and up overhung boulder

FA: Rob Saunders

V1Boulder Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Really nice flow to it.

6 You Go Slopia

Right slabby arete of western side. Usually pretty sandy. Bad fall

FA: Rob Saunders

V2 RBoulder Grace Wong 1 years ago

First V2 on my first ever day of outdoor bouldering!

Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Was pretty sandy, and really high

7 You Go Squeeze V4Boulder Will Monks 12 years ago

stay just L of arete to slopey break - avoid holds of Slopia and Slow

8 You Go Slow

Mantle on the slopers and then balance to the top.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V1Boulder Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Great slab. committing first move

T C 8 years ago

Balancy.

9 C?

Left of "You Go Slow" Up the crimps

V2Boulder JJ 8 years ago

Fun enough slab work

10 D? V4Boulder JJ 8 years ago

Thin averageness

Matt Webster 8 years ago

piss easy if you're tall

11 Problem 8 V4Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Had heaps of attempts at it but kept coming off, almost hit the top a couple of times but my foot...

Nick Clow 5 years ago

short hard slab

12 *** The Pincer Movement

Pinch, squeeze and wiggle your way up this knife edge arete.

Start: Sit

FA: Saxon Johns

V5Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

The sit start is very hard and awkward but the arete climbs very nicely from a standing start, en...

Keith Hannan 5 years ago

Choice

13 The Corridor (project)

Left of "The Pincer Movement" Follow chalked cobwebbed crack.

FA: Sharik Walker

V12Boulder
14 Missile Silo

One hard move on small crimps.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V4Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Very easy if you're tall

JJ 9 years ago

Very thin, but the jug is good.

15 Just L of Missile Silo V4Boulder Will Monks 12 years ago

more of the same thin crimpiness as MS

16 * The Corridor of Uncertainty V6Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 5 years ago

Tried it alot last year, then it got too hot. Finally done.

Daniel da Silva 5 years ago

soo crimpy

17 E? V0Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Over the scoop, far better and harder than it looks

18 F? V0Boulder
19 G? V3Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Fun

20 * Full Metal Jacket

Rounded bulge catching the sidepull/slot up right then the big knob.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V5Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Hard...

Sebastian Sakowicz 7 years ago

Finally after many years.

21 Full Metal Jacket (Variant) V8Boulder Daniel da Silva 7 years ago

A bit contrived but so awsome to climb

22 * The Bilge

Start on flake then pocket and up to slot and mantle over.

Start: Sit

FA: Will Holbrook

V4Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Should have got it this time, will come back soon

Casey Alexander 1 years ago

pure fun

1.3. The Eastern Bloc 18 routes in Boulder

Summary:
Description:

This medium sized boulder sitting in front of the main Frontline wall definitely has some little goodies! High exposure means the boulder is almost never wet!

Approach:

Mid way through the Frontline just after the corridor boulders.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Eastern Bloc Arete

Up the overhanging arete on jugs and slopers. Perhaps the best V1 of the Frontline!

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V1Boulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Fun little arete.

Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Awesome problem! Very fun, the best V1 I've been on

2 Eastern Block Impossible

Start up Eastern Block Arete, finish up Mission Impossible

V3Boulder Nick Clow 2 years ago

Link Eastern Block Arete to Mission Impossible

3 ** Border Patrol

Trav the whole bloc & finish up eastern bloc

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3Boulder Daniel da Silva 5 years ago

keep it together fool

4 * Blame Us Scots

From break to slopers on top and over without any of the holds on E1 or E3.

FA: Adam Griffiths

V6 RBoulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Had a few attempts couldn't hold the slopers at the top

Josh Caple 6 years ago

2nd shot. v6?? i fucken doubt it!!

5 * Mission Impossible

Up the crack finishing left. Quite a sting in its tail unless you're tall.

FA: Jason Whitton

V3 RBoulder Scott Lacey 12 months ago

Got it this time, found the victory jug up top

Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Kept falling at the top. I'm not sure if there is an easier way to do this problem but nonetheles...

6 Coffee Anann

Quality moves from pocket on E5 to little pocket up right then delicately up and over.

FA: Rob Saunders

V3Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

Started with left hand in crewcut pocket then move to the right and up.

JJ 8 years ago

A tad contrieved.

7 Coffee Crew

Links sitstart crewcut into Coffee Anann

V5Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

Sitstart crewcut and move into coffee Annan via the big pocket. Alot better then either of the or...

8 Crewcut

Start on pocket and then go up left and top out around ramp.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V1Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Seemed very hard for a V1

Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Seemed a bit harder than a 1, but must have missed something. Committing move to a sloper up top.

9 * Crewcut Sit Start

Sit start on right side of arete then up to pocket to join the much nicer E5.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V4Boulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Nice slopers.

jtheweakboulderer 7 years ago

rad holds, rad footers, rad snatch. sweet.

10 * Swiss Cheese Mind

Start up E5 and finish up E7.

Start: Sit

FA: Saxon Johns

V7Boulder Daniel da Silva 9 years ago

Hoorah! finished off the eastern block. Rad

11 * Dog Tags

Not quite a sit start but close. Up the left side of the rounded arete on crimps.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V5Boulder Casey Alexander 1 years ago

Next session i reckon, everything bar the last move

Sebastian Sakowicz 5 years ago

3 moves long, until this year I couldn't do any of the moves. First tried in 2002.

12 Double Agent V3Boulder Adam Bramwell 6 years ago

first problem for the day - good choice!

JJ 8 years ago

Quite a strong little number to get started.

13 A? V4Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

a grovel.

14 * Berlin Blockade V5Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

First V5! I know it's a bit soft but I'll take it!

Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Not too far off, this should go next time

15 * A Tonic for the Troops

Start up E10 stay low and finish up E8.

Start: Sit

FA: Simon Alsop

V6Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 5 years ago

Easier then dog tags.

16 B? V3Boulder
17 * Violent Crumble

Out jugs to an excellent mantle.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3Boulder Lee McDougall 1 years ago

Great roof, but couldn't make the mantle, even after I cleaned all the choss.

Josh Caple 6 years ago

a quick 'yay pata is back from canada' before-work session. soft?

18 * Dynamite

Out sharp pockets in the roof to desperate mantle staying left of E13. Watch out for exploding holds …

Start: Sit

FA: Matt Wilder/Saxon Johns

V9Boulder Josh Caple 6 years ago

finally got the beta on the 'proper' sequence, and got promptly shut down.

Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

very cool. A bit soggy for the grade but sweet

1.4. Front and Centre 26 routes in Crag

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 A? V2Boulder
2 B? V0-Boulder
3 C? V1Boulder Brendon Flanagan 1 years ago

Can either go left or right from the start. Left offers more of a challenge.

4 D? V1Boulder Brendon Flanagan 1 years ago

Start at the two pockets and head straight up! Nice.

5 * Leap of Faith

Off undercling to the two slopers then a leap of faith to the ledge.

FA: Adam Griffiths

V4Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Done statically, it's good to be tall! And thanks for the beta Grace!

Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Could hit the ledge but fingers kept slipping off, another one to come back to

6 E? V2Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

2nd go, easier version of leap of faith

7 F? V3Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Quite nice crimpy slab

Brendon Flanagan 1 years ago

Trust your shoes with the start, you've paid good money for the so trust them! Great climb!

8 G? V1Boulder Brendon Flanagan 1 years ago

Pretty straight forward with some smearing to start with.

9 Sneakers V0Boulder
10 * Pump Action

Start in the big pocket and dyno to top of arete to jug. Then carefully up ramp.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3 RBoulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Couldn't commit to the big move without a spotter and some more mats!

Matt Pascoe 7 years ago

very soft if your tall, which i'm not

11 * El Kooko

Start low and lunge to starting pockets of I3 then finish up straight up jugs.

Start: Sit

FA: Paul Westwood

V9 RBoulder Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

Damn thats burly, real good fun :)

12 * Ascension Day

Start on pockets (use a cheat stone if you have to) then tough around bulge skipping the jugs out right.

FA: Matt Wilder

V6 RBoulder Daniel da Silva 7 years ago

Not a bad problem I guess? a bit dull

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
13 Sloper Dan Low V9Boulder Nick Cormack 5 years ago

Not v9. Give yourself a pat on the back and call it v7. Still think SD original is the best

Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

Hard to move across

14 Low Down Boogie

Low trav into boogie nights

V9Boulder Nick Cormack 2 years ago

Low start is a nice addition. Started on the undercling so Stu would be happy but honestly doesnt...

Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

Quite a tasty offering

15 *** Sloper-Dan Milosevic

Start low and move through beautiful slopers to roof and finish up jugs. The best problem in the Balkans?

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V5Boulder Jon Ash 12 months ago

Slopey goodness, just stuck the desperate launch for the jugs at the end

James Crowther 1 years ago

I have no skin left, but i have ticked and thats all that matters....

16 ** Boogie Knights

Start up I6 and finish up I3 via a big gaston out left to the pockets.

Start: Sit

FA: Matt Wilder

V7Boulder Matt Miller 1 years ago

Sweet problem. Much nicer than Sloper Dan.

Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

I will go with V7 but I found it desperate. Many years of trying it, but for anyone who can crimp...

17 * Shell Shocked

Mantle into left undercling then all the way to the rail then over.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V4 RBoulder christian lopez 5 years ago

Weird climbing not worth the grade.

Nick Cormack 5 years ago

Did this a while ago

18 Akhtar V6Boulder JJ 7 years ago

Still tricky to get to the top.

Doug 8 years ago

Very soft for six. Left sidepull instead of the undercling makes it very elegant. Easier if you...

19 Snakebite

Pinch the plate, paste your feet and reach around bulge to crimp to join I10.

FA: Matt Wilder

V4Boulder christian lopez 5 years ago

Mantling at its best,easy for the grade.

Stuart Ecob 5 years ago

Nice, funky moves at the start

20 Johnny Dawes' Problem

Jump start to jug then over.

FA: Adam Griffiths

V3Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

My one tick for the the day, not that good.

Matt Webster 9 years ago

for tall people

21 * Diplomatic Solution

There is lots of sitting on your arse for this one! Sit down for the first jug, then up, have a seat for the next move, up again and over … sterling!

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V2Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Good holds and a nice problem but I was feeling too sore and weak to give it a proper go

dave white 4 years ago

fun fun fun!

22 I Am Twelve V5Boulder Daniel da Silva 7 years ago

so many tries a hard unit solid at 5

23 Dumbo The Flying Elephant

Dyno from the start of Diplomatic Immunity to the top of I Am Twelve.

FA: Joe Hodgson, 2011

V11Boulder
24 ** Diplomatic Immunity

Start low on jugs then into the seam, contort yourself (unless short) then up and left to the finishing jug.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V4Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Hard, interesting problem but at the end of a session I was too pumped to give it any more than a...

christian lopez 5 years ago

tricky little sucker i took atleast 10 shots. worth it though.

25 ** Flubdub

Long move to the shallow left pocket then to jug and over.

FA: Pete Balint

V6Boulder Matt Hoschke 2 years ago

I'm tall enough to go straight to the jug from the start, so would be a fair bit harder for shorties

Daniel da Silva 7 years ago

cool bannanas. should have done this earlier, super sweet. Touch down with the Jefferson's sequen...

26 The Invisible Gerka

Up via sharp crimps to a tiny pocket and over.

FA: Rob Saunders

V8Boulder

1.5. The Main Wall 25 routes in Cliff

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 'A' V2Boulder
2 'B' V3Boulder
3 Toe to Toe L/H Variant V6Boulder Daniel da Silva 5 years ago

Hit the triangle pinch out left with your right hand and move left to top out. nice

4 ** Toe to Toe

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

V4 RBoulder Nick Cormack 2 years ago

fun and something new. airy and scary.

christian lopez 5 years ago

great climb make sure you hit the hold and not the sloper as i did...

5 ** Ben's Extension to Toe to Toe

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

V8 RBoulder Matt Miller 1 years ago

It's good to be 6'2".

6 * Woolly Jumper

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

FA: Tim O'Neill

V10 RBoulder
7 *** Milo and Kofi

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

V6 RBoulder Aidan 1 years ago

great moves, took a while to nail the last move!

shaunm 3 years ago

Took many shots to catch the right sidepull

8 Unknown

Start from pockets of resistance and traverse left to finish up Milo and Kofi

V11Boulder
9 * Eating Sheep

Start up F7 and finish up F4. Un-repeated since a hold has broken.

FA: Phil Staples

V7 RBoulder
10 * A2 is Not a Tank

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

V6Boulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Big dyno. V6

Daniel da Silva 5 years ago

a fun dyno maybe v6 for me

11 *** Paratroopin

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

FA: Rob Saunders

V8 RBoulder Jarred Jordan 1 years ago

Committed exposure to finish

Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

First 8, 3 shots plus working moves.

12 * The Pendulum

Traverse either way between the starts of F9 and F11.

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

V2Boulder Scott Lacey 12 months ago

No feet fun!

13 * American Siege

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

FA: Matt Wilder

V10 RBoulder Nick Cormack 2 years ago

Stoked. Scary sandy topout. Somehow my hips are more flexible than a couple of years back when I ...

14 *** Pockets of Resistance

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

FA: Rob Saunders

V7 RBoulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

The pockets resist no more, happy days. Next

Johan Szabo

winter 2001

15 Pockets right varient

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

V9Boulder
16 Highlander V3Boulder Daniel da Silva 9 years ago

a bit dirty

Guy Koller 9 years ago

Tricky

17 Friendly Fire

Mantle into the bottom of corridor then delicately straight up.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V4 RBoulder Daniel da Silva 9 years ago

great line shame it doesn't get done much. don't fall

Guy Koller 9 years ago

Sketchy landing

18 'C' V2Boulder Daniel da Silva 9 years ago

fun

19 'D' V0-Boulder Daniel da Silva 9 years ago

it reminds me of a man

20 'E' V1Boulder
21 War Paint

Smear your way up this.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V1Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Fun enough slab

22 * Foot Soldier

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

FA: (FA: Tim O'Neill)

V1Boulder
23 'F' V0Boulder Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Fun

24 'G' V1Boulder
25 Bushman's Hankie V5Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

Not bad for a slab, someone should add a sit start looks like it might go.

Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

blow this out

1.6. The Far Side 12 routes in Boulder

Summary:

Long/Lat: 151.010493, -33.762658

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.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Low Side

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

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V5Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

Sandy and the moves are very average.

Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

better than it looks

2 The Bright Side

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

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V5Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

Good climbing but bad rock makes it not that nice.

Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

nice moves to slopey top

3 The Bright Side Var V4Boulder Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

When you reach the slopey lip on the bright side, move right to the big knob and mantle through t...

4 * The Upside

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

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V1Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

tough 1

Guy Koller 8 years ago

Tricky and sandy

5 * The DownSide

Up water runnels. Gorgeous.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V0 RBoulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

sweet

Guy Koller 8 years ago

Cool

6 Sighed V0Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

nice jugs

Guy Koller 8 years ago

Great

7 ** Lichen or Not

Traverse out right up the lip to finish up AD5.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V5Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

great moves very nice

8 ** Hollow Mountian Dreaming

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

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V7Boulder Nick Cormack 2 years ago

Great climbing with quite a lot of moves. Took about 10 mins to work out and send. stoked

Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

a softie but classic moves

9 *** 7th day ascentist

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

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

V9Boulder Nick Cormack 2 years ago

Powerful, slopey and tensiony. 1 day asc. but lucky to do it before shoulder packed it in for the...

Daniel da Silva 7 years ago

tops take on the slopers then press it out

10 ** The Right Side

Jump to the top and mantle away.

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

V6Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

maybe V3

Guy Koller 8 years ago

I drink to much beer to flash V6, even though its a one mover, V6 not the most soild thing

11 The right side (eliminate)

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

V6Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

more consistant with the grade. From start holds go straight to top

12 * The Far Side

Stretch up and right and mantle away.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V4Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

dirty but would be good cleaned up

Guy Koller 8 years ago

Do it if your there

1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side 19 routes in Boulder

Summary:
Description:

The Bouldering in this area is a bit of a mixed bag - some crap and some classics. Lots of styles, some little roofs, some dirty slabs and a few scary ones too!

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 A? V2Boulder Scott Lacey 12 months ago

Very dirty

2 * Hot Milo

Lunge start then over bulge with no footholds.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3Boulder Scott Lacey 12 months ago

Had a couple of goes at it then left it for another day

Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

very cool i like

3 Gaudy V3Boulder Scott Lacey 12 months ago

Not too hard for the grade

Guy Koller 11 years ago

A battle at the time

4 B? V3Boulder Guy Koller 8 years ago

Tricky

5 Eden Gardens V2Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

quite fun

6 C? V1Boulder
7 *** Armistice Day

Up orange face on loose crimps to join K6.

FA: Rob Saunders

V5 RBoulder Nick Cormack 2 years ago

Hard. Years in the making. was very pumped up high cause I was scared. thanks for the beta jughead

Nick Clow 5 years ago

hard!

8 * Amnesty V4Boulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Really good highball arete. Sketchy landing!

Vanessa Wills 6 years ago

it isnt v4 though

9 D? V2Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

a hidden ripper

10 Ping Pong V1Boulder
11 *** Who Killed The Kennedys

Out the middle of the roof finishing left over the rounded lip.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders, 2000

V6Boulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Nice roof! Really good.

Sharn

No tricks to a roof really

12 * Little Jon Jon

Start up M2 but go left around bulge, watch your back.

Start: Sit

FA: Dave Jones

V6Boulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Even better than Kennedys... Slightly harder too I think.

Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

Much like the Kenedy's. First problem off the 2006 hit list. look out

13 * The Vineyard

Levitate off the underclings to the jug. No crash-pad cheating now!

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V12Boulder Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

One hard move. One for the shorties yay

14 Little Buddah LH varinat

A fun variant. Start as little buddah but cross rh to slot left out to the vineyard arete then cross over rh & top out as for vineyard

V6Boulder Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

cool variant

15 * Little Buddha

Hug your way up this overhanging block.

Start: Sit

FA: Matt Wilder

V5Boulder Sharn 1 years ago

Great compression problem for me.

Nick Cormack 2 years ago

Lowball, grovelly but puts a smile on your face.

16 Wrist action

Right of Little buddah sit start on blocky side pull & undercling

FA: daniel da silva, 2008

V6Boulder Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

strange

17 E? V1Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

these were scary with no mat. Why?

18 F? V1Boulder
19 G? V1Boulder

1.8. The Pee Boulder 11 routes in Boulder

Summary:
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

V5Boulder Casey Alexander 1 years ago

Next time!

Lauren Chandler 6 years ago

still good!

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

V4Boulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Good mantley. Would be better if the tree wasn't up your arse.

Martin Godley 6 years ago

got it second go, only cos of the freaking tree in the way.

3 * Rob's Mantle

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

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V4Boulder Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

It's over quick

4 *** Macedomeia

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

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V5Boulder Nick Cormack 5 years ago

the best. 2 years in the making

Daniel da Silva 6 years ago

classic sloper fighting solid

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

V5Boulder JJ 5 years ago

Jen's undercling=sweet

Sebastian Sakowicz 6 years ago

Alot easier then Macedomia, bit of a one mover but still fun.

6 * A? V2Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

hard 2 jeepers

Matt Webster 9 years ago

nice

7 B? V1Boulder
8 * Battle of the Skivvies

From undercling stay left of P10.

Start: Sit

FA: Neil Wallace

V5Boulder Stuart Ecob 5 years ago

Powerful first move. Nice

Daniel da Silva 9 years ago

hot day

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 RBoulder Nick Cormack 8 years ago

Pretty tough. Not sure if you are supposed to top out or not but was a very exceiting mantle. Spr...

jtheweakboulderer 9 years ago

like a fresh piece of truffle cake.

10 ** Battle of the Shorts

Up to beautiful pockets with your left to slot and over.

Start: Sit

FA: Rob Saunders

V6Boulder JJ 7 years ago

1st go today, pull hard!

Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

got rid of the heel and it's all good baby

11 ** Battle of the Bonds

Around roof on slopers staying right of P10 and P11.

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

V7Boulder JJ 7 years ago

I cant believe you can hold those slopers, ran out of juice.

1.9. Montenegro Wall 6 routes in Cliff

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Spuz

A town in Montenegro but this is what you'll do if you fail on this one. Easy fun mantle.

FA: Ben Christian

V0Boulder Daniel da Silva 9 years ago

diggind through the dirt

2 Out On A Lim

A river in Montenegro, mantle over little roof without getting your feet wet.

FA: Rob Saunders

V1Boulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Roof mantle. Ok.

Scott Lacey 1 years ago

What a mantle!

3 *** Opposition In Exile

Up beautiful holds to a fun topout up ramp.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V2Boulder Jack Folkes 10 months ago

Amazing little climb. One of my all time favourites.

Scott Lacey 1 years ago

Had a couple of attempts then had to go to work. Seems hard for the grade...

4 * Peace

It helps to be 6'4' for this one! Up good holds to scary finish.

FA: Ben Christian

V4 RBoulder Nick Clow 8 years ago

good solid slab

5 * Peace Plus

1m to the right of O4 from undercling to layaway to good hold and easier top.

FA: Chris Perry

V3 RBoulder
6 Black Mountain

Up vertical seam underneath tree branches.

FA: Rob Saunders

V3Boulder

1.10. Area Q 19 routes in Cliff

Summary:
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

V9Boulder
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

V9Boulder

1.11. Roadside 17 routes in Cliff

Summary:
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 'Rithmetic V1Boulder
2 A? V0Boulder T C 8 years ago

More enjoyable than it appears.

3 B? V2Boulder
4 C? V1Boulder
5 D? V2Boulder
6 E? V0Boulder
7 F? V0-Boulder
8 G? V1Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

fun enough

9 * The Beach

Double undercling start, around bulge to crimps then bust to jugs.

Start: Sit

FA: Matt Wilder

V7Boulder
10 * She'll Be Left

Finish straight up.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3Boulder Daniel da Silva 8 years ago

nice

11 She'll Be Right

Finish right.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V2Boulder Casey Alexander 1 years ago

Fun enough

Stuart Ecob 5 years ago

easy but fun mantle

12 H? V0Boulder
13 Have A Proper Gander

You'd better scope out the top of this one first! Up horizontal breaks to lovely rounded holds on top.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

V2Boulder Stuart Ecob 5 years ago

Nice, cant wait to try the ones next to it.

Tim Mangan 6 years ago

fun warm up climb

14 Sandbar V2Boulder JJ 9 years ago

Crap finish, push the leaves and sticks out of the way!

15 Crossfire

Don't get crossed up on this one. Long first moves to a tough mantle next to the boulder.

FA: Tim O'Neill

V3 RBoulder Casey Alexander 1 years ago

Cool crux, dicey top out

16 Ewe V3Boulder
17 U2 V1Boulder

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
V0- ? Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
M.A.S.H. Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
B? Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
'D' Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
A? Boulder 1.10. Area Q
Almost A Case Of Trenchfoot Boulder 1.10. Area Q
F? Boulder 1.11. Roadside
V0 Daoism Boulder 1. The Frontline
Hira’s Problem Boulder 1. The Frontline
Project Boulder 1. The Frontline
** The Corridor Boulder 1. The Frontline
Untouched Boulder 1. The Frontline
Woolly Crimper Boulder 1. The Frontline
B? Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
Bangers Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
Frontrow Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
Point of View Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
A? Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
E? Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
F? Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
Sneakers Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
'F' Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
Sighed Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
* The DownSide Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
Spuz Boulder 1.9. Montenegro Wall
A? Boulder 1.11. Roadside
E? Boulder 1.11. Roadside
H? Boulder 1.11. Roadside
V1 unamed Boulder 1. The Frontline
A? Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
Choppers Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
Choppers II Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
Bomb Shelter Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
Sherman Tank Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
You Go Slow Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
Crewcut Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
** Eastern Bloc Arete Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
C? Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
D? Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
G? Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
'E' Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
'G' Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
* Foot Soldier Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
War Paint Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
* The Upside Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
C? Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
E? Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
F? Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
G? Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
Ping Pong Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
B? Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
Out On A Lim Boulder 1.9. Montenegro Wall
C? Boulder 1.10. Area Q
D? Boulder 1.10. Area Q
Gangrene Boulder 1.10. Area Q
'Rithmetic Boulder 1.11. Roadside
C? Boulder 1.11. Roadside
G? Boulder 1.11. Roadside
U2 Boulder 1.11. Roadside
V2 Meltdown Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
B? Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
C? Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
You Go Slopia Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
A? Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
* Diplomatic Solution Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
E? Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
'A' Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
'C' Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
* The Pendulum Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
A? Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
D? Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
Eden Gardens Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
* A? Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
*** Opposition In Exile Boulder 1.9. Montenegro Wall
B? Boulder 1.10. Area Q
National Pride Boulder 1.10. Area Q
B? Boulder 1.11. Roadside
D? Boulder 1.11. Roadside
Have A Proper Gander Boulder 1.11. Roadside
Sandbar Boulder 1.11. Roadside
She'll Be Right Boulder 1.11. Roadside
V3 ** Milo on the Rocks Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
* Revelations Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
* Tanks a Lot Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
** Underground Movement Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
G? Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
V3?? Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
B? Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
** Border Patrol Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
Coffee Anann Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
Double Agent Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
Eastern Block Impossible Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
* Mission Impossible Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
* Violent Crumble Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
F? Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
Johnny Dawes' Problem Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
* Pump Action Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
'B' Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
Highlander Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
B? Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
Gaudy Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
* Hot Milo Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
Black Mountain Boulder 1.9. Montenegro Wall
* Peace Plus Boulder 1.9. Montenegro Wall
* Business as Usual Boulder 1.10. Area Q
E? Boulder 1.10. Area Q
* If The Glove Fits Boulder 1.10. Area Q
* Lay Down Your Arms Boulder 1.10. Area Q
* Rocket Pants Boulder 1.10. Area Q
Crossfire Boulder 1.11. Roadside
Ewe Boulder 1.11. Roadside
* She'll Be Left Boulder 1.11. Roadside
V4 * Shell Shocked (sit start) Boulder 1. The Frontline
D? Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
Just L of Missile Silo Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
Missile Silo Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
Problem 8 Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
* The Bilge Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
You Go Squeeze Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
A? Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
* Crewcut Sit Start Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
** Diplomatic Immunity Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
* Leap of Faith Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
* Shell Shocked Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
Snakebite Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
Friendly Fire Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
** Toe to Toe Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
The Bright Side Var Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
* The Far Side Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
* Amnesty Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
** Battle of the Shirts Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
Here Comes The Hercules Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
* Rob's Mantle Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
* Peace Boulder 1.9. Montenegro Wall
V5 ** Half Metal Jacket Boulder 1. The Frontline
** Quarter Metal Jacket Boulder 1. The Frontline
** Shoaib Akhtar Boulder 1. The Frontline
* The arms race Boulder 1. The Frontline
Wholegrain Mustard Gas Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
* Full Metal Jacket Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
*** The Pincer Movement Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
* Berlin Blockade Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
Coffee Crew Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
* Dog Tags Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
I Am Twelve Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
*** Sloper-Dan Milosevic Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
Bushman's Hankie Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
** Lichen or Not Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
The Bright Side Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
The Low Side Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
*** Armistice Day Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
* Little Buddha Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
* Battle of the Skivvies Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
Here Comes The Submarine Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
*** Macedomeia Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
** Omemsahi Bart Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
** Arms Race Boulder 1.10. Area Q
V6 * Shoaib Akhtar (sit start) Boulder 1. The Frontline
* The Corridor of Uncertainty Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
* A Tonic for the Troops Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
* Blame Us Scots Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
Akhtar Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
* Ascension Day Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
** Flubdub Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
* A2 is Not a Tank Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
*** Milo and Kofi Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
Toe to Toe L/H Variant Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
** The Right Side Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
The right side (eliminate) Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
Little Buddah LH varinat Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
* Little Jon Jon Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
*** Who Killed The Kennedys Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
Wrist action Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side
** Battle of the Shorts Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
V7 * Swiss Cheese Mind Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
** Boogie Knights Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
* Eating Sheep Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
*** Pockets of Resistance Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
** Hollow Mountian Dreaming Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
** Battle of the Bonds Boulder 1.8. The Pee Boulder
* The Beach Boulder 1.11. Roadside
V8 Full Metal Jacket (Variant) Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
The Invisible Gerka Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
** Ben's Extension to Toe to Toe Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
*** Paratroopin Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
*** If The Show Fits Boulder 1.10. Area Q
Mann Killer Boulder 1.10. Area Q
V9 * Dynamite Boulder 1.3. The Eastern Bloc
* El Kooko Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
Low Down Boogie Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
Sloper Dan Low Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
Pockets right varient Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
*** 7th day ascentist Boulder 1.6. The Far Side
If The Thong Fits Boulder 1.10. Area Q
Low Riser Boulder 1.10. Area Q
V10 * American Siege Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
* Woolly Jumper Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
*** Rocket Man Boulder 1.10. Area Q
V11 C.O.A.T Boulder 1.1. Frontline Left Hand Side
Dumbo The Flying Elephant Boulder 1.4. Front and Centre
Unknown Boulder 1.5. The Main Wall
*** L'homme Obu Boulder 1.10. Area Q
V12 The Corridor (project) Boulder 1.2. The Corridor Boulders
* The Vineyard Boulder 1.7. Frontline Right Hand Side