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Table of contents

1. Layercake 7 routes in Boulder

All Boulder

Long/Lat: 153.047570, -27.542729


A little on the sharp side, is good practice for climbing statically.

Access Issues: inherited from Toohey Forest

'Toohey Forest' is owned by the Brisbane City Council. It's an important habitat for 400 plants and animals, and is very popular with walkers, joggers and picnicking families. Therefore the usual rules of taking out your rubbish, keeping noise to a minimum and so on are particularly important here if climbing is to remain an acceptable activity in the eyes of the community.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Deception

FA: Brendan Heywood, 2012

V0 Boulder
2 Reach

FA: Brendan Heywood, 2012

V0+ Boulder
3 Rail

FA: Brendan Heywood, 2012

V1 Boulder
4 Buck tooth

FA: Brendan Heywood, 2012

V0 Boulder
5 Cup

FA: Brendan Heywood, 2012

V2 Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
6 Easy V0- Boulder
7 Project Boulder

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
V0- Easy Boulder
V0 Buck tooth Boulder
Deception Boulder
V0+ Reach Boulder
V1 Rail Boulder
V2 Cup Boulder
? Project Boulder