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Table of contents

1. The Castle 18 routes in Area

Summary:
JFMAMJJASOND
seasonality
All Boulder

Long/Lat: 146.483208, -19.388048

Access Issues: inherited from Harvey's Marbles

Stay well away from the rifle shooting range (http://www.tmrc.com.au/). This is private property and potentially extremely dangerous.

Ethic: inherited from Harvey's Marbles

This is private land and we are very lucky to have permission to access it pleas follow some simple rules:

  • Keep to the walking trails
  • Take all rubbish with you.
  • Try to leave as much of the moss growing on the rocks as possible.
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Spider Bite

FA: Madoc Sheehan

V0Boulder
2 Spider Bite Sit Start

Sit Start for "Spider Bite"

FA: Madoc Sheehan

V1Boulder 3m
3 Unnamed #1

FA: Madoc Sheehan

V1Boulder
4 The Fridge

FA: Rick Wittkop

V3Boulder
5 Air Con Man

FA: Adam Oudeman

V0Boulder
6 ** Feet and Knuckles

FA: Stuart Argent

V1Boulder
7 ** Scorched Rubber

FA: Jason Shaw

V2Boulder
8 *** Nubbin Nasty

FA: Madoc Sheehan

V2Boulder
9 * Unnamed Flake

Large obvious flake. Sit start and traverse with layback up left hand side arete

V0Boulder 3m
10 * The Ramp

FA: Madoc Sheehan

V0Boulder
11 Flake Crack

FA: Pete Trezona

V0Boulder
12 Unnamed #2

FA: Pete Trezona

V0Boulder
13 Unnamed #3

FA: Steve Baskerville

V0Boulder
14 Dimples

FA: Steve Baskerville

V0Boulder
15 * Xibalba

FA: Steve Baskerville

V4Boulder
16 Unnamed #4

FA: Madoc Sheehan

V3Boulder
17 ** Little Kids Mantle

FA: cameron burns

mediumBoulder
18 left of LKM

FA: cameron burns

Boulder

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
V0 Air Con Man Boulder
Dimples Boulder
Flake Crack Boulder
** Spider Bite Boulder
* The Ramp Boulder
Unnamed #2 Boulder
Unnamed #3 Boulder
* Unnamed Flake Boulder 3m
V1 ** Feet and Knuckles Boulder
Spider Bite Sit Start Boulder 3m
Unnamed #1 Boulder
V2 *** Nubbin Nasty Boulder
** Scorched Rubber Boulder
V3 The Fridge Boulder
Unnamed #4 Boulder
V4 * Xibalba Boulder
left of LKM Boulder
medium ** Little Kids Mantle Boulder