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Description

This boulder is the obvious cubish feature just as you arrive at the first big waterhole with ropes and rock jumps.

Access issues inherited from Cedar Creek

The upper section of 'Cedar Creek' is within the D'Aguilar National Park. Please take out your rubbish, generally minimise your impact and definitely do not contribute to the graffiti.

If you can take out rubbish that you find.

Routes

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1
V6 * Double Stack Boulder

Sit start with foot in crack, up wall.

https://vimeo.com/35243393

2
V0 Easy slab Boulder
3
V4 Left crack Boulder

Bum start almost under the boulder with an ok left hand in the crack.

4
V1 * Over the block Boulder

Sit start under the blocks, get a heel up and then easy to top.

5
V2 * Block traverse Boulder

Jug start with good feet, traverse left through one long move and then up slab.

6
V7 ** Under clings Boulder

Good underclings but not much for feet, somehow pull on and then throw to a decent jug and then easy after that.

7
V11 ** Hard arete Boulder

Good start hold, up to thin crimps, ooze up to arete and then top.

http://vimeo.com/19953904

8
Hard project Boulder

Start as for the arete but then move right onto the good hold and up.

9
V1 ** Dyno Boulder

Fun juicy dyno form hold in the middle up to jug.

10
V3 ** Arete Boulder

Start with right hand pinching arete, pull on and up arete, using the 'Dyno' hold if you want.

11
V0 ** Slab Boulder

Sit start, up trending right on the slab with a high pocket to finish.

12
V6 Geordie Banta Boulder

Sit Start on undercling pocket with R hand and crimp with L. Push heels in and pull in and up on undercling for crimp with L. Pocket and rail are out! crimp your way up. Brad