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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Cooktown Finch Bay By Hook or By Crook Boulder
V0 By Hook

Around the corner from Descent, layback the easy corner.

FFA: Chris Glastonbury, 9 Aug 2014

Boulder
V0 Descent

Easy right tending crackline.

FFA: Chris Glastonbury, 9 Aug 2014

Boulder
V3 By Crook

Up the slab on the right side of the boulder next to the chimney.

FFA: Chris Glastonbury, 9 Aug 2014

Boulder
Cairns Barron Gorge Mr T Boulder
V3 Mr T (??)

Stand start matched on sloper bulge/jug on right hand side of face. Traverse L along great holds before throwing up for the sloper ledge. Head up and R following slopers and jugs up higher. Most finish here and downclimb/jump but a proper top out is available for those bold enough without adding much difficulty.

Boulder 4m
V5 Whitewater

Start as for Mr T. Traverse L on good holds before making a big move to the higher sloper rail. Continue traversing left to gain great RH sidepull. Pull up via sloping crimps and sidepulls to a committing blank and sloping mantle onto the slab.

A shorter stand start version was put up in Mar 2015 by the same climber. This started at the end of the L traverse, with RH beginning with great sidepull.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 5 Apr 2017

Boulder 4m
V4 Direct 1

FA: Hugo Leroy

Boulder
V4 Direct 2

FA: Hugo Leroy

Boulder
Cairns Barron Gorge Reflections Boulder
V5 Reflections

Sit start on the low set of small crimps (not the lowest rails). Pull up and long move up out and right to okay edge before hitting the sloper lip and topping out up the rail.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 15 Mar 2015

Boulder 2m
V2 Traverse

Start low on sloping lip and traverse L along the edge to mantle top out.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, Mar 2015

Boulder 2m
Cairns Barron Gorge Trickle Boulder
V4/5 Trickle

Sit start under the overhung arete. Move up arete with sloping holds on L face. Finish directly up or alternatively make a big move out R and top out.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 15 Mar 2015

Boulder 3m
V3 Unnamed

Crouch start on low holds in middle of river side face. Head up, trending L along slopey edges.

Boulder 3m
Cairns Barron Gorge Split Rock
Cam's Line Boulder
Glen's Line Boulder
Jared's Line Boulder
Cam's 2nd Line Boulder
Cairns Barron Gorge The Boulder Field
V3 Edge to edge

Stand start L of arete. Move from large edges through blank flace using small crimps and arete to gain high features near lip.

FA: Jared Tyerman, 15 Oct 2017

Boulder 5m
V3 High Rise

Harder if short.. Move through large edges, high small crimp and sidepull feature where flake used to be.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, Oct 2017

Boulder 5m
V4 Thunder King

Stand start on with obvious ledges. Move up to good edges and into high undercling. Possibly a little height dependent

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 15 Oct 2017

Boulder 5m
V4 Hydro Powered Hippie

Sit start at base of arete on blocky features, up through small slopey edges and better features up high.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, Oct 2017

Boulder 3m
V3 Crack Den

Sit start with low big edge and move up through crack feature.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, Oct 2017

Boulder 3m
V3 Finger lockin' chockin

Sit start low, moving up into crack feature with finger locks and cool windy moves.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, Oct 2017

Boulder 3m
V2 Mental Mantle

Stand start at obvious ledge. High step and mantle to gain high features near lip. Avoid features on lower arete.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, Oct 2017

Boulder 4m
V6 Crystal Meth

EDIT: Recent floods appear to have washed away the start holds. Sit start with small LH sidepull crimp and RH crimp. Up through cystal crimp features, to flake. Top out out on series of shallow slopey holds.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, Oct 2017

Boulder
V2/3 One Armed Bear Hug

Start low and matched on pocket. Head out left to an awkward finish on slopers. (History as One Armed Bear Hug V2- unknown FA name, was called Awkward Top (V3) as an assumed FA by Cameron before we saw youtube video of this)

FA: Oct 2017

Boulder 2m
V1/2 Sneaky Frog

Sit start matched on pocket as for adjacent route. Move through the steepness up R on pockets and good holds. A nice easy line to get a taste of some overhung goodness. (History as Sneaky Frog V1- unknown FA name, was called Caving Craves (V3) as an assumed FA by Cameron before we saw youtube video of this)

FA: Oct 2017

Boulder 2m
V3 Middle Ground

Similar too Craving caves except for before moving to the right of the boulder at the end of the climb, go direct up through the middle. Find the well placed but oddly angled holds, will get you through.

Boulder
V5 Smooth Groove

Mantle goodness!! Sit start on opposing side pulls in centre of face. Make a long move to the diagonal edge, then push to crack before a committing mantle high off the deck, on the smoooooth sloping ramp. Variant finish: Continue traversing R along top slopey edge to top out at arete (to be done). Note: Sit start added 9/7/18 by Hugo Leroy.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 15 Oct 2017

Boulder 4m
V3 Lofi

Start on two obvious slopey features on side face of boulder. Move into jug and traverse up and L along slopey edges to top out at highest point.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 15 Oct 2017

Boulder 5m
V2 Lowbrow

Sit start at arete and move through good holds up and R. Top out high

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 15 Oct 2017

Boulder 4m
V3 Highbrow

Start with series of jugs, heading up before making long moves through the blank section to holds near the lip. Top out at high point.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 15 Oct 2017

Boulder 5m
V3/4 Boomerang

Sit start, moving directly up from the obvious good edge, through the prominent boomerang shaped feature, to top out on crimps over the lip.

FA: Hugo Leroy, 9 Jul

Boulder 5m
V2/3 Unnamed

FA: Hugo Leroy, 9 Jul

Boulder 4m
V6 Rowing from Squamish

Sit start at base of arete with RH crimp sidepull, and LH crimp on main face. Pull a long move into crimp on face, before topping out on a good hold.

FA: Hugo Leroy, 9 Jul

Boulder 4m
V5 Your pad or your life

Compression climbing directly up the prominent fridge feature.

FA: Hugo Leroy, 9 Jul

Boulder 4m
V3 Clean crimpin'

On the clean vertical face approximately 1.5m to the right of the obvious corner crack, through series of pocketed crimps. Good clean face climbing.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 8 Jul

Boulder 4m
V1 Afro Senderguy Boulder
V0 Day's End Send Boulder
V2 Barrel Rock

FA: Andrew Dawia

Boulder
Unknown 1 Boulder
Unknown 2 Boulder
Unknown 3

Compression, bumps, heel, mantle

Boulder
Unknown 4 Boulder
Cairns Behana Gorge
V3 Crouching Tiger Boulder
V5 Epiphyte Arete Boulder
Cairns Bentley Park Creeks Anson St Creek
V3 Vertigo

Sit by right side of ^ shape almost matching hands hands with right foot close to body and left foot wode. Throw left hand to nice point feature, throw right hand far right to decent edge and thumb catch (cutting feet on this feels gnarly), reposition feet and throw far left hand on top of boulder, put left foot to where left hand was and mantle.

FA: Jared Tyerman & Sam Rees

Boulder 2m
V2 Fig Falls Boulder

Obvious face line from good holds to high feet and right hand to rail-pocket, then throw left hand to top and mantle.

Boulder 3m
Cairns Crystal Cascades Redlynch Valley Crystal Clear Boulder
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Gnarly decent hold filled high ball, decent spotter required due to nature of fall. Flat ground below. Start off ground on semi decent ledge. Follow from ledge with far left hand back and right hand in sidepulling undercling, lower to left hand and move out to right jug. Feet become necessary, fill ground with pads as you can swing from this move. Follow line on corner with some gaston and crossing moves to far left corner, working to top where tree rests on rock. Can set a rope up on fig tree on top to test holds and clean plus climb without committment

Set by Jared Tyerman & Cameron Parkes

BoulderProject 6m
Cairns Emerald Creek
V4 Bump, bump bump it up

Sit start lower left with heel, throw left then bump, work to big rail, to crimp, footwork helps, topout above just right of start

Boulder 3m
V1 Unnamed

FA: Steve Bakerville

Boulder
V3 Down and Dirty

FA: Steve Baskerville

Boulder
V0+ Mono

FA: Steve Baskerville

Boulder
V3 Enigma

FA: Steve Baskerville

Boulder
V0 The Smooth Machine

FA: Steve & Tris Baskerville

Boulder
V2 The Smooth Machine DS

FA: Jason Shaw

Boulder
V2 The Smoth Machine LHV

FA: Steve Baskerville

Boulder
V0+ The Smooth Machine RHV

FA: Steve & Tris Baskerville

Boulder
V4 Wonderbra

FA: Jason Shaw

Boulder
V3 Because He Didn't Have Weet-bix For Breakfast

FA: Steve Baskerville

Boulder
V3 I Guess He Did Have Weet-bix For Breakfast

FA: Jason Shaw

Boulder
V1 Sideswipe

FA: Tris Baskerville

Boulder
V2 Slapstick

FA: Steve Baskerville & Jason Shaw

Boulder
V3 Slapevil

FA: Jason Shaw

Boulder
V2 Depressions In The Roof

FA: Jason Shaw

Boulder
V2 - 4 Unnamed 2
Boulder
V1 Stung

FA: Jason Shaw

Boulder
V0- Unnamed 3

FA: Tris Baskerville

Boulder
V2 Crimpers In The Closet

FA: Jason Shaw

Boulder
Cairns Esplanade Bouldering Park
Roof Boulder
Cairns Stoney Creek Douglas Track Boulders
V1 1. a)

Sit start on jug on arete.

FA: Yu Sakma, 24 Jan 2017

Boulder 3m
V1 1. b)

Stand start with good LH sidepull, RH edge. Move up slopey crimps and top out to the L. Direct top out harder.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 24 Jan 2017

Boulder 3m
V4 2. a)

Crouch start low on arete with LH on good sidepull and RH on low, small, rounded crimp on arete. Move up through slopey ledges and LH sidepull to slopey crimp. Bust out to jugs, out L of the arete to top out.

FA: Yu Sakama, 24 Jan 2017

Boulder 3m
3. a)

Sit start at middle of boulder on low small holds. Heads up and R.

BoulderProject 3m
V0 3. b)

Sit start on jug, far R end of boulder. Up via cool slots and slopers to top edge. head out left to top out at highest point.

FA: Yu Sakma, 24 Jan 2017

Boulder 3m
Cairns Sunny Bay / False Cape The Friends Boulder
V4/5 Dergonals

Sit start on obvious jug and side pull. Move up to slopey crimps, head L along sloper ledge, drop onto lower L sloper ledge. Continue to end of rail then up to top out at bulge.

A stand start from the middle sloper ledge below the bulge makes for a nice V2ish problem.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Feb 2017

Boulder 4m
V4/5 Slippy Dance

Alternative direct finish to Dergonals. Start as for Dergonals but instead of dropping into and continuing along lower sloper edge, head up to top out on right side of bulge.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 29 May 2017

Boulder 4m
V5 Patience

Sit start on jugs as for Backstab. Traverse right along sloper ledge. Dyno to edge up high and R. Continue R along series of holds to top out as for Dergonals.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 22 Jun 2017

Boulder 4m
V4/5 Patience (Stand Start)

Stand start on RH end of sloper ledge. Dyno to edge up high and R. Continue R along series of holds to top out as for Dergonals. Alternative direct topout not yet tried.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 15 Mar 2017

Boulder 4m
V4 Backstab

Get low and comfy up close to the rock. Sit start on good diagonal edge and jug. Make a long move up high and L to perfect, slightly sloped, flat edge. Mind you don't get backstabbed by the rock behind you! Continue up to flat edge on lip and mantle using slopers and crimp/sidepull out back and R.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 18 Mar 2017

Boulder 3m
Cairns Sunny Bay / False Cape The Fish Bowl
V2 Scale rail

Start on low crimps, up to crimp rail, mantle lip

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 3m
V1 Down on the frown

Sit start under overhung face with L on small slopey edge, R on obvious good hold. Pull up onto LH face and up spine

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 2m
V0 Shark shit

Shit and easy warm up. Sit start LH sidepull, RH on arete.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 3m
V2/3 All fun, no lungs R

Starts as for AFNL L. Move LH to tooth and move delicately up and R via reachy moves to slopey gaston rail and high, good crimp.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 4m
V1 All fun, no lungs L

Sit start on side pull. Move RH to small blunt tooth, L to good edge and up via slopey rail.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 4m
V1 Gill Thrill

Stand start with obvious edge (Careful, weak?). Head directly up slab to easy topout.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 4m
V5 Carcharodon

Sit start matched on low side pull. Pull a big move out to slopey edge, keep tension to match and continue up blocky 'teeth' features to top out on arete.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Feb 2017

Boulder 4m
V2 Carcharodon (Stand start)

Stand start on blocky sloper/jugs at head height. Up blocky 'teeth' features to top out on arete.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 19 Jan 2017

Boulder 4m
V7 Belly of the Beast

Sit start (may need to stack a pad) under clean overhung face, compressing on wide pair of small edges. Move up compression moves to good blocky feature and finish as for Carcharodon.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 22 Jun 2017

Boulder 4m
V4 Campbell's a C@#t

Sit start on the obvious blocky feature to the right on the overhung face. Make a long and tricky move up to flake before finishing up on good holds.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 23 Apr 2017

Boulder 4m
V4 The Beast

Sit start on low flake with incut L crimp and R edge. Move up slightly overhung face on edges to blocky gaston/sidepull and into jugs out R for an easy mantle to a blank slab top out. To save pulling the plants out to find holds for the slab, just step amongst them to reach the top.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 13 Mar 2017

Boulder 4m
V3 Toadfish Rebecchi

Sit start on good undercling up to flake (Careful, makes noises...). Continue directly up over bulge with high LH sloper and RH side pulls.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 3m
V2 Steph Scully

Start as for TR. From the flake head left into LH side pulls and using RH high sloper. Finish up L side of bulge.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 3m
V4/5 Dole Bludger

Start with obvious R hand side pull feature and L low in the slopey scoop. Up the roundness on sidepulls and small slopey crimp to a blank, rounded top out.

FA: cameron & Cameron Wycherley, 11 May 2017

Boulder 3m
V3 Tall tales

Crouch start with LH on obvious sidepull, RH low on R slopey arete. Compress and move up to spine, LH to further slopers and up to jugs. High but easy top out.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 5m
V3 The porpoise of life

Sit start at base of L trending crack. Traverse L along slopers to LH end, mantle to finish.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 7 Jan 2017

Boulder 3m
V0 Global Warmup

Nice easy warm up. Traversing L to R along good holds on top of boulder. Top out at highest point.

Boulder 2m
V3/4 Coallateral Damage

Squat start on good jug flake on right end of face. Traverse left along the crack on slopey underclings, before heading up in middle of face.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 4 May 2017

Boulder 2m
V1 Clinging to Coal

Squat start on good jug flake on right end of face. Directly up.

Boulder 2m
V3 Fits the billfish

Sit start at base of sloper rail. Semi mantle and reach up high and R to sidepull/undercling. Move up and L through shallow rounded jugs to good edge and top out around corner.

A high and alternate finish project is to continue up the arete.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 19 Jan 2017

Boulder 4m
V2 Breaching

Sit start on pair of slopers. Move up slopey arete and make a leap up to the lip. Obvious block is in for feet.

FA: Cameron Wycherley, 4 May 2017

Boulder 2m
V7 Ripped Nips

Sit start on pair of jugs at base of arete. Obvious block is OUT. Move up arete using RH sloper rail and LH sidepulls, big move to good edge to top out.

FA: Glen Hayford, 29 Jul 2017

Boulder 3m

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