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1. Rosny Rocks 25 routes in Boulder

Summary:
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seasonality
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 147.386028, -42.867619

Description:

Drive over the Tasman Bridge to Rosny. Just after you pass the shopping centre you will reach a roundabout. Turn left at this and continue past a couple sets of traffic lights, then turn right onto Quarry Road. Drive to the end of this road and park at the gate of Waverly Park. The boulders are visible up the hill on the left. Walk up the track for a few minutes and then turn left onto another track just before a large stump. This track goes pretty well straight to the boulders and takes about 5 minutes. Follow the line of boulders to the left to the obvious overhanging prow on the first topo. There are a few more easy problems on the aretes and slabs up to the left.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Easy pillar

Watch the loose chockstone

V0Boulder
2 Arete then slab

Up the arete on pockets and rails.

V1Boulder
3 * Arete right

Sit start with thin pockets and delicate feet, work up the arete along the rails on the lip traversing to the right. Avoid the big rail straight up the arete.

V3Boulder
4 Snake eyes

Stand start with left in mono, right in two finger pocket and good left foot, one move up to jug then mantle.

V2Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
5 Easy Arete

Up the the arête, it's a jugfest all the way.

VBBoulder
6 1st V0

Highball - At the slabby left hand side of the big prow - Up the slab

V0Boulder
7 * V3

Highball - Sitstart at right side of overhang, up to slot then straight up the middle of the slab

V3Boulder
8 ** 1st V4

Highball - Start as for previous, out to chipped jug, then straight up

V4Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
9 Chipped

Highball - The steepest section of the overhang is very hard on small holds. The landing is pretty bad though, so a top rope may be prudent as the hardest moves are at the top. The Jacksons have managed to do this problem without using the chipped holds as 'a worthy statement against the absolutely crap chipping effort'.

V?Boulder
10 Carunga

Start on the jug on the right side of black cave behind the steep prow. Traverse leftward on small pockets

V10Boulder
11 ** Cave exit direct

More direct exit straight out of cave with big dyno

V4Boulder
12 * 2nd V4

Just down of the prow is a little cave like boulder feature - Start in the cave on underclings and climb out

V4Boulder
13 ** Cave alt finish

After gaining the lip head straight up

V4Boulder
14 2nd V0

The vertical wall to the right. The following problems all have lichenous topouts, brush them before climbing. Climb left hand arete

V0Boulder
15 1st V2

Up face to lichenous mantle

V2Boulder
16 1st V1

Juggy face to hairy topout

V1Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
17 2nd V2

Pockets on face 1m left of crack

V2Boulder
18 3rd V0

Crack

V0Boulder
19 2nd V1

The right hand side of the face - Arete and face

V1Boulder
20 3rd V2

The right hand side of the face - Start at arete and traverse leftwards to finish up V0 arete on the very left.

V2Boulder
21 4th V1

The right hand side of the face - Up face and capstone

V1Boulder
22 4th V0

The right hand side of the face - Up face and capstone

V0Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
23 5th V1

Further down to the right are the first rocks you encounter when accessing the area. The landing is pretty bad.

V1Boulder
24 5th V0

Further down to the right are the first rocks you encounter when accessing the area. The landing is pretty bad.

V0Boulder
25 6th V1

Further down to the right are the first rocks you encounter when accessing the area. The landing is pretty bad.

V1Boulder

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
VB Easy Arete Boulder
V0 1st V0 Boulder
2nd V0 Boulder
3rd V0 Boulder
4th V0 Boulder
5th V0 Boulder
Easy pillar Boulder
V1 1st V1 Boulder
2nd V1 Boulder
4th V1 Boulder
5th V1 Boulder
6th V1 Boulder
Arete then slab Boulder
V2 1st V2 Boulder
2nd V2 Boulder
3rd V2 Boulder
Snake eyes Boulder
V3 * Arete right Boulder
* V3 Boulder
V4 ** 1st V4 Boulder
* 2nd V4 Boulder
** Cave alt finish Boulder
** Cave exit direct Boulder
V10 Carunga Boulder
V? Chipped Boulder