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Table of contents

1. South East Cluster 20 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 151.742173, -29.842608

Description:

Drive in to the recreation area and past the picnic area and follow road to the right. When the gravel runs out drive slowly through the grass to the south east. Most obvious boulder is the large boulder that is split in half.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 S4 V0Boulder
2 S5 V0Boulder
3 S6

Easy slab

V0Boulder
4 S7

Highball

V4Boulder
5 S8

Trend left

V0Boulder
6 S9

Same start as S8 but reach right to jug

V0Boulder
7 S13 V0Boulder
8 S14 V0Boulder
9 S15 V0Boulder
10 S16 V0Boulder

1.1. Split in Half Boulder 7 routes in Boulder

Summary:

Long/Lat: 151.742212, -29.842586

Description:

The large boulder that is split in half creating 4 nice aretes to climb and some harder thin crimpy faces.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * S10

Pull down NOT out!

V1Boulder
2 S10.1

Climb the left arete.

V2 to V4Boulder 4m
3 S10.2

Climb the right arete.

V2 to V4Boulder 4m
4 S11

Using only left arete.

V0Boulder
5 S12

Using only right arete.

V0Boulder
6 S17

Start looks impossible but decent further up

V6Boulder
7 S18 V6Boulder

1.2. Mushroom Boulder 3 routes in Boulder

Summary:
Description:

Very small short boulder that resembles a mushroom.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** S1

Sit start under the lip of mushroom.

V2Boulder
2 S2 V0Boulder 2m
3 S3 V1Boulder 2m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
V0 S13 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
S14 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
S15 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
S16 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
S4 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
S5 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
S6 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
S8 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
S9 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
S11 Boulder 1.1. Split in Half Boulder
S12 Boulder 1.1. Split in Half Boulder
S2 Boulder 2m 1.2. Mushroom Boulder
V1 * S10 Boulder 1.1. Split in Half Boulder
S3 Boulder 2m 1.2. Mushroom Boulder
V2 ** S1 Boulder 1.2. Mushroom Boulder
V2 to V4 S10.1 Boulder 4m 1.1. Split in Half Boulder
S10.2 Boulder 4m 1.1. Split in Half Boulder
V4 S7 Boulder 1. South East Cluster
V6 S17 Boulder 1.1. Split in Half Boulder
S18 Boulder 1.1. Split in Half Boulder