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1. Mt. Eden Quarry 253 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
Trad, Boulder and Sport

Long/Lat: 174.766066, -36.870712

Description:

The Mount Eden Quarry was the crucible of hard rock climbing in New Zealand. Its steep, technical and fingery basalt grooves, as much as its urban setting remote from any mountains, were the catalyst for climbers to begin pursuing rock climbing as an end in itself. By the mid 1980s the Quarry had the densest concentration of hard climbs in the country.

The routes at the Quarry are as good as they ever were. It is by far the most popular crag in the region and Aucklanders are fortunate to have such a high-quality crag in their midst.

Access Issues:

The AGS Rockwall (Mt Eden quarry) short side is temporarily CLOSED - see its description for details. The long side remains open.

To climb at the quarry, permission must be obtained from the NZAC. Fortunately, this is simple enough, just sign up online here: http://aucklandclimber.org.nz/quarry.html

Helmets must be worn at all times, including when belaying or bouldering.

Approach:

The Mt Eden Quarry is situated in the centre of Auckland, in the grounds of the Auckland Grammar School and beside the southern motorway and the Mt Eden Prison.

To reach the Long Side from the school’s main gates on Mountain Road, follow the signs to the Centennial Theatre complex and take the road that leads down to the left of the theatre to the lower playing fields — and the crag.

Access to the Short Side, which is near the corner of Clive and Normanby Roads, is from the Grammar–Windsor hockey turf on Normanby Road.

History:

Was originally a rock quarry, formed in 1856. Labour from the neighbouring prison was used to quarry the rock.

1.1. Long Side 177 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Trad, Boulder and Sport

Long/Lat: 174.766682, -36.869618

Description:

Auckland premier climbing area. Permission needs to be obtained before climbing. You can register here: http://aucklandclimber.org.nz/quarry.html

There is both trad climbing and bouldering. Here, the bouldering is broken in to sectors, while the trad routes (106!) are laid out here.

Approach:

To reach the Long Side from the school’s main gates on Mountain Road, follow the signs to the Centennial Theatre complex and take the road that leads down to the left of the theatre to the lower playing fields — and the crag.

There is NO FOOT ACCESS TO THE CLIFF TOP. You need to be able to lead on trad gear to access many top anchors, though a few pull-cords are provided to pull your rope through the anchors for top-roping - these generally also give access to adjacent routes from the same anchor. Fixed chains may be used to traverse with care from the top of Graveyard Groove to the top of Sneakeasy.

Descent Notes:

All routes have nearby anchors for abseiling or lowering, These may be large steel rings, rap anchors, chains with D-shackles, or just chains.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Casual Regression

The crack line 2m left of False Induction.

15 Trad
2 False Induction

The line with 2 bolts, if you can find them among the overgrowth.

16 Trad
3 Cliff Smith's Corner

Climb the left-facing corner. Originally continued up the corner crack and through what is now very overgrown territory, nowadays just climbed to the ledge on the right. Generally climbed to gain access to the anchors for the next two routes.

16 Trad 7m
4 Bop Gun

Climb the overhanging arete to the ledge.

FA: Charlie Creese (solo), 1981

23 Boulder 7m
5 Brain Damage

Climb the right-facing corner to the ledge. A hold fell off some time ago so the route may be a tad harder than it once was.

FA: Len Gillman, 1977

20 Trad 7m
6 Dekcuf

The steep groove and thin crack. The name is an anagram.

FA: Bryce Martin, 1977

24 Trad 10m
7 * The Raven

The steep left-trending crack and groove. Considered a "yardstick" 24 by some.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1977

24 Trad 10m
8 ** Deffust

Climb the low arete to reach the overhanging finger crack, continue up this to the ledge. Watch out for loose rock below the anchor. Once graded 20, this is now a fairly pumpy 18. Another anagram...

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1974

18 Trad 10m
9 Desolation Angel

The thin overhanging crack through the buttress. Strenuous and demanding to protect.

FA: Bryce Martin, 1977

24 Trad 10m
10 Desolation Angel Direct Finish

From the top of the crack continue up the buttress with one bolt.

FA: David Nepia, 1994

26 Mixed 11m, 1
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
11 Hear No Evil

After the start of Morning Glory Eliminate, move left across the ear-shaped slab with 2 bolts.

FA: Alex Palman, 1989

25 Mixed 11m, 2
12 Morning Glory Eliminate

The original Morning Glory buttress was demolished by the school when it began to separate from the face, leaving this and the next four routes mere shadows of their former selves. Climb the steep groove and thin crack.

FA: Tony Ward-Holmes, 1986

25 Trad 14m
13 Moral Dilemma

An awkward mantle leads to easier climbing up the groove and crack.

FA: Alex Palman, 1985

18 Trad 14m
14 Playing Chicken

Climb direct to the Moral Dilemma ledge or traverse in from the start of Morning Glory Eliminate (shown), step right to the next ledge, then up and left to the ramp leading to the top groove of Moral Dilemma.

FA: Geoff Bates, 1985

18 Trad 14m
15 Tears For Fears

The groove to the right of Moral Dilemma to the ledge on the right, then the arete above.

FA: Peter Dickson (solo), 1985

19 Trad 14m
16 Shitbox Klingons

Up the groove to the right of Moral Dilemma to a ledge on the right, then up and left of the old fixed ring piton to broken ledges. Tend rightwards up thin cracks to finish.

FA: Bryan Moore, 1985

20 Trad 15m
17 Kamikaze Krack

Start up the groove right of Shitbox Klingons, past the old fixed ring piton (treat this with extreme suspicion) and up the wide crack above.

FA: Peter Dickson, 1985

20 Trad 15m
18 Yuppie Floosie

Climb the buttress left of Supergroove, past the ancient fixed ring piton to ledges, finish up Kamikaze Crack or Shitbox Klingons.

FA: Tony Ward-Holmes, 1987

26 Trad 14m
19 * Supergroove

A NZ classic - they didn't come any harder than this in 1976. A bouldery start, to difficult moves past a bolt, then strenuous bridging to the top.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1976

26 Mixed 14m, 1
20 * Perennial Pipedreams

The overhung groove right of Supergroove to a bolt at half height, then follow the crack above.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1983

26 Trad 14m
21 * Blam, Blam, Blam

Diagonally up the overhanging wall, into the peapod groove above and an easing exit.

FA: Charlie Creese, 1981

27 Trad 13m
22 Faulty Logic

The wall with 2 bolts straight up from the start of Blam Blam Blam.

FA: Kim Carrigan, 1986

27 Mixed 13m, 2
23 Effort, Money And Time

Start from the pointy block and climb the thin crack and face past a drill hole.

FA: Bolke Water, 1992

24 Trad 13m
24 Biggles Flies West

From the pointy block, climb the left-leaning thin crack and jam the notch to reach the shattered ledge, then proceed up the slab with the crack at left. Apparently you do a "bigglesworth" somewhere but nobody has any idea what that means...

FA: Grant Davidson, 1980

21 Trad 14m
25 * Graveyard Groove

Climb the deep groove to good stances, then straight up and exit through the gap between the blocks at top.

FA: Bryan Moore, 1984

17 Trad 14m
26 Biggles Sucks A Kumara

Climb the buttress between Graveyard Groove and Dalrymples Groove. 2 bolts, not much other pro that isn't pretty crap.

FA: Peter Dickson, 1984

22 Sport 14m, 2
27 Dalrymple's Groove

The deep black V groove. Dalrymple is Rick McGregor's middle name...

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1973

18 Trad 14m
28 Diddely Dick

Climb the buttress with 2 bolts between Dalrymple's Groove and Koruba.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1981

23 Mixed 14m, 2
29 * Koruba

A bridging classic that saw some long falls before the single piton at half height was replaced by 3 bolts. Not quite a sport climb - a good wire protects the moves up to the first bolt.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1974

19 Mixed 14m, 3
30 Nutless

Climb the arete with 2 bolts between Koruba and Nutcracker, without using the cracks either side.

FA: Peter Dickson (solo), 1985

18 Mixed 14m, 2
31 Nutcracker

Boulder direct to the ledge, or traverse in from the left (16). Then up the blocky groove and exit to a chain hidden in the bushes above. Looks easy but the top can be tricky and this is perhaps not ideal as your first lead on gear at the long side if you are not solid at the grade.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1973

17 Trad 14m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
32 Thunderpussy

Just climb the buttress between Nutcracker and Green Groove Eliminate.

FA: Peter Dickson, 1990

25 Mixed 14m, 2
33 Green Groove Eliminate

Continue up the left hand thin crack from the start of Green Groove.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1981

23 Trad 14m
34 Green Groove

Up the groove to the big blast hole and wobbly block, then move right into the upper groove.

FA: Robbie McBirney (solo), 1974

21 Trad 11m
35 Wild Gravity

Start as for Sneakeasy, move back left at the second bolt, then direct up the buttress.

FA: Alex Palman, 1987

24 Sport 11m, 3
36 Wild Gravity Direct

Start as for Sneakeasy, stay left of the arete, finish up Wild Gravity.

26 Sport 11m, 3
37 Sneakeasy

A bouldery start and move right past a bolt to a small ledge leads to delicate face climbing.

FA: Bryce Martin, 1987

23 Sport 11m, 3
38 Zillmerised

Climb the arete below the Sneakeasy ledge.

FA: Roland Foster (solo), 1993

30 Boulder 6m
39 * Bodysnatcher

Climb the corner past the small overhang, move left a little then back into the peapod groove. Continue over the bulge to the top.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1977

23 Trad 14m
40 Boys On Bikes

Climb Bodysnatcher until you can move into the corner on the right. A few blocks were removed retrospectively before this route was mostly superseded by Pig Igneous.

FA: Graeme Aimer, 1983

26 Trad 14m
41 * Pig Igneous

A fantastic route combining a powerful bouldery bottom section with an extremely technical second half and an 'exciting' runout finish. Gear can be placed if wanted.

FA: Ton Sneider, 1989

27 Sport 14m, 3
42 Sweat

Start up Pig Igneous, but move right at the first bolt and climb the shallow groove above.

FA: Dave Vass, 1981

27 Mixed 15m, 1
43 * Heat

Climb the overhung crack or buttress past a bolt and proceed up the groove above. A must-do.

FA: Charlie Creese, 1981

26 Mixed 15m, 2
44 * Legs This Wide

The shallow bulging grooves to the right of Heat. Take small wires.

FA: Graeme Aimer, 1983

25 Mixed 15m, 2
45 * Sample The Dog

Follow the groove left of Wired all the way.

FA: Luke Newnham

26 Mixed 15m, 4
46 Wired

Climb to the broken ledges from the left, move back right and up the groove.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1981

24 Trad 15m
47 Black Stump

Climb to the broken ledges from the right, then up the thin crack directly above.

FA: Cliff Smith (2 points of aid), 1974

FFA: Robbie McBirney, 1977

23 Trad 14m
48 The Grip Goes On

Straight up the shallow groove past the bolt to ledges at the top.

FA: Graeme Aimer, 1983

23 Mixed 14m, 1
49 The Ghost Who Walks

Up the narrow groove on the left to the ledge of Gothic Groove, then move back left into the groove and up to rejoin Gothic Groove at the finish.

FA: Tony Ward-Holmes, 1986

26 Mixed 14m, 1
50 * Gothic Groove

Climb the broken wall to a comfy ledge, then bridge up the groove. Move left at the horizontal break into the adjacent groove (crux), up to ledges and left to the anchors.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1975

22 Trad 15m
51 Roo Squeaks

The direct finish to Gothic Groove.

FA: Alex Palman, 1987

25 Trad 16m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
52 Fuck-Knuckle

Climb to the black shattered ledge, then up the crack with a knuckle-fucking flare through the bulge above. Continue up, moving right toward Silver Airman at the top.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1979

22 Trad 16m
53 * Silver Airman

Either: traverse in to the ledge from the right (16, see start of Smash And Grab), climb the right-hand groove (17, see start of Rebuilding Oscar), climb the face (17, shown) or climb the left-hand groove (21). From the ledge bridge up the main groove, past a drill hole (a triple sling will protect this nicely), and over the blocks at the top.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1973

17 Trad 16m
54 Rebuilding Oscar

From the Silver Airman ledge, climb the right-hand buttress. The two bolts were retrospectively placed.

FA: Ton Sneider, 1986

25 Mixed 16m, 2
55 Smash And Grab

The overhung groove above the right-hand start of Silver Airman. Climb past a bolt, move right at the top.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1983

25 Mixed 14m, 1
56 Wendy Kroy

"The unpleasant way to do Sheerlux". If you get that joke you are showing your age.

FA: Ton Sneider, 1995

26 Mixed 14m, 1
57 * Sheerlux

Classic. Climb the groove, at the roof arrange good protection and move right onto the wall, finishing rightwards beside the overhanging corner above.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1979

24 Trad 14m
58 Porkland

Climb the wide groove past a bolt then straight up the wall.

FA: Mike Law, 1983

24 Mixed 14m, 1
59 Naughty But Nice

Up the wide groove past the bolt to a good hold, then move right, finishing up the crack of Maisola Party to the block on top of Momrath.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1980

23 Mixed 14m, 1
60 Down To Earth

The groove between Porkland and Maisola Party. Groundfall potential and stupid first bolt placement.

FA: Tony Ward-Holmes, 1992

28 Mixed 14m, 1
61 Maisola Party

Follow the thin crack left of Momrath via a small peapod to the top of the block.

FA: Charlie Creese, 1981

25 Trad 14m
62 Momrath

A bouldery start gets you up into the groove, moving left at the block. Continue leftwards and up over ledges to the Sheerlux anchors. An alternate finish (21) moves right at the top of the groove, up to the Load It For Me anchors.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1974

19 Trad 14m
63 Load It For Me

Classic. Up the right-hand buttress of Momrath, following the thin crack with good protection.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1980

24 Trad 16m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
64 Another Broken Hero

Mostly sport but placing some wires at the top may be a good idea...

FA: Rick McGregor, 1985

26 Sport
65 Ugly Murmurs

The left-hand short corner with overhanging groove and crack.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1980

25 Trad 9m
66 * Samarcand

The deep fire-blackened corner and crack, to the anchor on top of the ledge at halfway. For an extension, continue upwards and right from there at about grade 15 to the rap rings above, or up and left to the anchor above Load It For Me.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1975

19 Trad 9m
67 Zorn's Lemma

The bolted groove and face. Go for it.

FA: Roland Foster, 1992

29 Mixed 13m, 3
68 Shoes This High

Climb the corner to the left hand edge of the ledge, then up the buttress above, moving left at the top.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1983

24 Trad 13m
69 ** Revenge Of The Lawn

Climb either of the grooves to the ledge (right hand groove is easiest), bridge up and pull onto the lip above the roof, then balancy moves up the face, arete and shallow right hand groove.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1979

21 Trad 14m
70 Transvaal

Climb the right-hand start of Revenge Of The Lawn until you can traverse right to the first ledge of Kaloo Kalay. Climb any of the grooves to the right of that to reach the next set of ledges, then continue right and up to the ledge at the top of Principles Of Lust. Move up and across the right-leaning slab with 1 old bolt, then traverse carefully across the broken scoria at top, finishing at the Soliloquy anchor. Give it a clean on the way. Phew. Double ropes highly recommended.

FA: Robert Staveley Parker, 1978

18 Mixed 25m, 1
71 ** Banshee

Climb the thin crack and slab. It will help to have skinny fingers.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1974

22 Trad 14m
72 Stem The Evil Tide

The wall between Banshee and Kaloo Kalay, following the thin crack then past 2 drill holes, until forced left near the top of Banshee. The ledge on Kaloo Kalay is out.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1974

22 Trad 14m
73 Suspended Animation

Absolutely silly. Climb the arete only, between Stem The Evil Tide and Kaloo Kalay.

FA: Alex Palman, 1988

25 Mixed 2
74 ** Kaloo Kalay

Value for money, with 3 cruxes. Climb the low groove to the ledge (crux 1). From the ledge, jam or bridge over the slight bulge (crux 2) and continue up the easier angle slab/crack/groove combination above. Then climb through the bulge and crack (crux 3) to the top. Deserves a star.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1973

19 Trad 16m
75 Plumley Walker

The arete. Painful holds, nasty plunge.

FA: Tony Ward-Holmes, 1991

28 Boulder
76 Diddely Dick Takes A Detour

Climb the initial groove of Kaloo Kalay, then step right and up the right-hand groove above. Finish up left-leaning ramps above. Feel free to clean it.

FA: Grant Davidson, 1982

18 Trad
77 Picture This

Climb the corner to broken ledges, with poor protection. Continue up the corner above to the ledges, exiting left or right.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1982

24 Trad
78 Studio 54

Beautiful sequins! Climb the buttress to the ledge.

FA: Charlie Creese (solo), 1981

26 Trad
79 * Principles Of Lust

Climb the groove until you can cross left and establish yourself on the face and arete. Continue up the arete and face above. Be careful clipping the second bolt, the first one is low and there is groundfall potential if clipping high.

FA: John van der Werff, 1994

21 Sport 12m, 4
80 ** Thimblerigger

Climb the groove and crack to a ledge on the right, then move left to another ledge. Looks easier than it is.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1975

21 Trad 12m
81 Barracuda

Climb to the ledge then up the thin crack and over the bulge on the large flake. Originally 24, downgraded to 22 fairly recently for some reason.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1977

22 Trad
82 ** Soliloquy

Climb the crack past a flare to a broken ledge (crux), then up past another to the top of the large flake, finishing rightwards through a notch. A well protected classic - gym climbers note it helps if you can jam!

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1973

18 Trad 16m
83 Training For Straining

The peaked arch right of Soliloquy. Climb the thin crack until you can step left to ledges on Soliloquy, move right again and continue up the crack to the top of the arch.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1981

25 Trad 14m
84 Bad Karma

The corner and arete. Some long reaches needed.

FA: Charlie Creese, 1981

26 Trad 14m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
85 Jams O'Donnell

Climb the corner crack, finishing over blocks above.

FFA: Robbie McBirney, 1977

24 Trad 14m
86 Tune In, Turn On, Drop Off

Up the twin corners to the black ledge. Abseil from the anchor at half-height or finish as for Jams O'Donnell or Melquiades.

FA: Charlie Creese, 1981

25 Trad 9m
87 When The Cats Away

Climb the right-hand corner only.

FA: Alex Palman, 1988

26 Trad 9m
88 * Melquiades

Tricky moves up an overhanging wall to the blast hole and ledge on the left, then up the groove above.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1975

24 Mixed 14m, 1
89 The Engineer Of Human Souls

The direct finish to Melquiades, up the right-hand groove and thin crack with a bolt (but take small wires too).

FA: Luke Newnham, 1989

24 Mixed 14m, 1
90 Zephania 27 Boulder 8m
91 Busted Bicycle 25 Mixed 14m, 1
92 Splatter 24 Trad 14m
93 The Towering Inferno 25 Mixed 14m, 1
94 The Frayed Ends Of Sanity 23 Mixed 14m, 2
95 Snatchbender Direct

Climb directly up the arete into the square groove to meet the middle section of Snatchbender.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1981

23 Mixed 14m, 2
96 * Snatchbender

Up over ledges into the groove, then bridge and balance your way to its apex on the right, pulling through the overhang to a wall pocket and bolt. Step left into the square groove, up to the overhang, right to the ledge on top of the block. Pull ove the final bulge to finish.

FA: Robbie McBirney, 1974

23 Mixed 14m, 2
97 ** Bad Behaviour

The most direct version of Snatchbender. Instead of stepping left, pull over the bulge and up onto the block.

FA: Peter Dickson, 1989

23 Mixed 14m, 1
98 Chasing After Charlie

Climb the wall between Bad Behaviour and Bandersnatch, then right to the thin crack and hole. Move left after the 4th bolt and pull through the bulge, finishing up the groove right of the Bad Behaviour block. Retrobolted.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1983

24 Mixed 14m, 4
99 Chasing After Charlie Direct

Keep going straight up instead of moving left. Run out.

FA: Ton Snelder, 1994

24 Mixed 14m, 4
100 ** Bandersnatch

Climb to the ledge at the bottom of the corner and crack. Proceed up past the blast hole on the left, then tend right onto the arete and face, up to the ledge. This route has also been climbed entirely using the arete, with the crack for protection only (22). It is possible to traverse carefully to the anchors of Bad Behaviour or Silver Surfer / Orangutang from the top of this, but beware of loose rock above.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1974

19 Trad 11m
101 Spanish Moon

Levitate up the shallow corner and very thin crack right of Bandersnatch. Protection is tiny and hard to place.

FA: Charlie Creese, 1981

24 Trad 11m
102 * Pet Cemetery 27 Mixed 12m, 2
103 Straight Out Of Clapton 27 Mixed 12m, 2
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
104 * Silver Surfer

The serrated crack left of the Orangutang corner. Dynamic and bold?

FA: Charlie Creese, 1981

26 Trad 12m
105 Orangutang

Hard start direct into the groove (the ledge on the right is out). Climb the crack to the hanging block then exit left to the anchor above Silver Surfer. Alternately, move right and up the top groove and bulge of Badfinger.

FA: Rick McGregor, 1973

19 Trad 12m
106 Night Of The Crabs

Climb the right-hand arete of Orangutang without using the cracks on either side.

FA: Hunter Johnson, 1989

20 Trad 12m
107 Badfinger

Up the corner above the ledge right of Orangutang to gain the higher ledge on the right (crux). Continue direct up the wide groove and bulge above.

FA: Jim Sawers, 1974

FFA: Robbie McBirney, 1975

21 Trad 14m
108 Contested Corner

The short corner further right of Badfinger, one stage higher up the ledges. This now has an electrical control pipe for the field sprinklers running down it, and is bound to be dirty and overgrown. If you really must climb it, be very careful not to damage the pipe. The first ascent is contested.

17 Trad 14m
109 It Man

A short boulder problem that made it into the old guides because it had a name. The thin crack at ground level about 5m right of the Orangutang corner. There is now a stout pine tree growing right in front of it, which may make spotting tricky and falling off problematic.

FA: Marty Beare, 1982

21 Trad 5m

1.1.1. Section 1 9 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Whale Dork V1 Boulder
2 Egg and Soldiers V6 Boulder
3 One Move Wonder

FA: James FM

V4 Boulder
4 * Liken Slap'n V1 Boulder
5 Dark and Murky V0 Boulder
6 Project V9 Boulder
7 Bop Gun V4 Boulder
8 Brain Damage V1 Boulder
9 Virgin Lay VB- Boulder

1.1.2. Section 2 8 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Deffust V0 Boulder
2 Desolation Angel VB- Boulder
3 ** Moral Dilemma V2 Boulder
4 The Egyption V8 Boulder
5 Yuppie Floozie V5 Boulder
6 ** Supergroove V4 Boulder
7 Perrenial Pipe Dreams V5 Boulder
8 * Scott’s Arête V8 Boulder

1.1.3. Section 3 8 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Blam Blam Blam V6 Boulder
2 Blam Direct V8 Boulder
3 ** Grunta V4 Boulder
4 Tight Booty V0 Boulder
5 ** Boulevard Pèriphèrique

Campus.

V4 Boulder
6 * Drive Through Coffee V4 Boulder
7 * McNuggett V7 Boulder
8 Lego V5 Boulder

1.1.4. Section 4 6 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Sneak Easy V3 Boulder
2 * Zilmerised V8 Boulder
3 Solarised V8 Boulder
4 Methodone V9 Boulder
5 ** Heat V4 Boulder
6 Bitch V6 Boulder

1.1.5. Section 5 4 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Eddie Flash V2 Boulder
2 * Silver Airman V3 Boulder
3 Down to Earth V3 Boulder
4 Docking Practice V2 Boulder

1.1.6. Section 6 6 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Another Broken Hero V5 Boulder
2 Mumbles V5 Boulder
3 Zorns Lemma V5 Boulder
4 Shoes This High V4 Boulder
5 * Revenge of the Lawn V2 Boulder
6 * Big Max / Charlie's Arête

Right of arête, up to ledge, match to finish. V6 sit start, right of arête to ledge.

V5 left of arête.

V5 Boulder

1.1.7. Section 7 11 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Plumley Walker V7 Boulder
2 Studio 54 V6 Boulder
3 Short Black Decaf V1 Boulder
4 Barracuda Start VB- Boulder
5 Soliloquay VB- Boulder
6 Cheeky Booty V2 Boulder
7 Hypercaffinated V7 Boulder
8 Project Booty Boulder
9 I C Lightning, U C Crack V8 Boulder
10 Tune In, Turn On, Drop Off V2 Boulder
11 When the Cat's Away V5 Boulder

1.1.8. Section 8 7 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Professional V9 Boulder
2 * Melquiades V4 Boulder
3 * Zephania V6 Boulder
4 Booty Pain V1 Boulder
5 * Arêteology V2 Boulder
6 False Hope V2 Boulder
7 Crazy Booty Frog V1 Boulder

1.1.9. Section 9 4 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Booty Rocking Ketzatron VB- Boulder
2 Pet Cemetery V5 Boulder
3 * Silver Surfer V4 Boulder
4 Orang-utan V1 Boulder

1.1.10. Shady Tree Area 5 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Latte V1 Boulder
2 ** Tree Hugger V2 Boulder
3 Slim Shady VB- Boulder
4 'it Man V2 Boulder
5 Short Man VB- Boulder

1.2. Short Side 76 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Mostly Trad

Long/Lat: 174.765926, -36.871394

Description:

The AGS Rockwall (Mt Eden quarry) short side is temporarily CLOSED while the school is putting in an all weather floodlit turf. The Rockwall is also undergoing some renovation - the vegetation and loose rock on top is being removed, mesh laid down, anchors replaced, etc. Please do not climb at the short side until further notice. The long side remains open (helmets and registration required).

Approach:

Access to the Short Side, which is near the corner of Clive and Normanby Roads, is from the Grammar–Windsor hockey turf on Normanby Road.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Traverse from the corner that is right of Cheating Boots to Svartmoot. V2 Trad

1.2.1. Sunnyside 16 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 174.765442, -36.871003

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Pabulum 13 Trad 6m
2 Groove V 12 Trad 6m
3 Trocadero 14 Trad 6m
4 * Satellite Spies 16 R Trad 7m
5 Night Shift 14 Trad 7m
6 Bar Bodega 15 Trad 6m
7 * Glove Puppet 15 Trad
8 ** Plagal Grind

Twin cracks, if only using the left crack is a grade 17.

15 Trad 7m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
9 Tradewinds 15 Trad 6m
10 Jacaranda

Grade 16 if the ledge is not used.

14 Trad 6m
11 * The Great Divide 11 Trad 8m
12 Soluble Fish 14 Trad
13 The Daily Planet 15 Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
14 D.K.D 15 Trad 7m
15 Raucous Laughter 17 Trad 7m
16 * Secret Crack 17 Trad 10m

1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall 13 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 174.765517, -36.871174

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Svartmoot 16 Trad 7m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
2 Plane Sailing 12 Trad 6m
3 * Coconut Rough 13 Trad 7m
4 From Scratch 11 Trad 7m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
5 Freud Squad 14 Trad 7m
6 * Chrome Safari 15 Trad 7m
7 Hyphen Ear 14 Trad 8m
8 Moleman 11 Trad 8m
9 * Step Chant Unit 13 Trad 8m
10 Freak the Sheep 15 Trad 8m
11 Station Road 15 Trad 8m
12 Pop Mix 14 Trad 8m
13 Mutton Gun 14 R Trad 9m

1.2.3. Dong Buttress 12 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 174.765663, -36.871209

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Will Flush 13 R Trad 9m
2 World Gone Wild 13 R Trad 9m
3 * Easy Street 12 Trad 9m
4 Smaug 14 Trad 9m
5 * Dong 18 Mixed 7m, 1
6 Gog 15 Trad 7m
7 ** Trilogy 17 Trad 7m
8 * Magog 15 Trad 7m
9 Parallel Cracks 16 Trad 7m
10 Geoff's Dilemma 16 Trad 7m
11 ** Triblet

Swing into the drill hole from the right, then up the crack and horizontal breaks. Usually very dirty at the top. Grade 23 if climbed direct, without the use of Gamgee's Groove ledge.

17 Trad 10m
12 Gamgee's Groove 12 Trad 8m

1.2.4. Whinging Wall 9 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 174.765788, -36.871244

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Shorter Crack 12 Trad 8m
2 Short Crack 13 Trad 8m
3 * Boggart 19 Trad 10m
4 * Wall Of The Whinging Pom

Grade 25 id the crack left of 'Treebeard' isn't used.

22 Trad 10m
5 ** Treebeard 16 Trad 10m
6 Wattle Tree Groove 15 Trad 10m
7 Jim's Direct 15 Trad 10m
8 Wattle Tree Chimney 13 Trad 10m
9 Robbie's Direct 17 R Trad 10m

1.2.5. Boots Wall 7 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Trad

Long/Lat: 174.765902, -36.871300

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Robbie's Dilemma 15 R Trad 9m
2 Perkie's Downfall 18 R Trad 9m
3 * Green Machine 18 R Trad 9m
4 ** Magic Boots 15 Trad 9m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
5 ** Wellington Boots 23 Trad 9m
6 * Cheating Boots 17 Trad 9m
7 M.I.A 14 Trad 8m

1.2.6. Coliseum and Wee Corner 7 routes in Sector

Summary:
Boulder and Trad

Long/Lat: 174.766209, -36.871388

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Unnamed

Sit Start

V1 Boulder
2 Red Arete V6 Boulder
3 The Last Samurai V3 Boulder
4 Parthenon 15 Trad 15m
5 * Coliseum 15 Trad 15m
6 Brown Arete

Up the arete/face. Left crack is in (no jamming), anything past the crack is out. Everything including the right hand crack and past is out.

V5 Boulder
7 Minus 14 Trad 10m

1.2.7. New Wall 11 routes in Sector

Summary:
Trad and Sport

Long/Lat: 174.766158, -36.871705

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * New Beginnings

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Martin Malin, 2006

13 Sport 12m, 3
2 * Welcome to O.W.B.C

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Chris White, 2006

13 Trad 12m
3 New Kid in Town

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Chris White, 2006

13 Trad 12m
4 Old Dogs and New Tricks

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Chris White, 2006

14 Trad 12m
5 ** Newly Wed

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Mike Zandvoort, 2005

15 Sport 12m, 4
6 * DORLY World

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Mike Zandvoort, 2005

16 Mixed 12m, 1
7 New Romantics

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Mike Zandvoort, 2005

13 Trad 12m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
8 New Boots and Panties

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Mike Zandvoort, 2005

12 Trad 12m
9 New Labour

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, 2005

12 R Trad 12m
10 * Time (The Revealator)

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Chris White, 2006

14 Sport 12m, 4
11 ** Ingrid Bergman

FA: Ray Hollingsworth, Chris White, 2006

16 Sport 12m, 4

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
VB- Virgin Lay Boulder 1.1.1. Section 1
Desolation Angel Boulder 1.1.2. Section 2
Barracuda Start Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
Soliloquay Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
** Booty Rocking Ketzatron Boulder 1.1.9. Section 9
Short Man Boulder 1.1.10. Shady Tree Area
Slim Shady Boulder 1.1.10. Shady Tree Area
11 * The Great Divide Trad 8m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
From Scratch Trad 7m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
Moleman Trad 8m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
12 Groove V Trad 6m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
Plane Sailing Trad 6m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
* Easy Street Trad 9m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
Gamgee's Groove Trad 8m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
Shorter Crack Trad 8m 1.2.4. Whinging Wall
New Boots and Panties Trad 12m 1.2.7. New Wall
12 R New Labour Trad 12m 1.2.7. New Wall
13 Pabulum Trad 6m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
* Coconut Rough Trad 7m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
* Step Chant Unit Trad 8m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
Short Crack Trad 8m 1.2.4. Whinging Wall
Wattle Tree Chimney Trad 10m 1.2.4. Whinging Wall
* New Beginnings Sport 12m, 3 1.2.7. New Wall
New Kid in Town Trad 12m 1.2.7. New Wall
New Romantics Trad 12m 1.2.7. New Wall
* Welcome to O.W.B.C Trad 12m 1.2.7. New Wall
13 R Will Flush Trad 9m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
World Gone Wild Trad 9m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
14 Jacaranda Trad 6m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
Night Shift Trad 7m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
Soluble Fish Trad 1.2.1. Sunnyside
Trocadero Trad 6m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
Freud Squad Trad 7m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
Hyphen Ear Trad 8m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
Pop Mix Trad 8m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
Smaug Trad 9m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
M.I.A Trad 8m 1.2.5. Boots Wall
Minus Trad 10m 1.2.6. Coliseum and Wee Corner
Old Dogs and New Tricks Trad 12m 1.2.7. New Wall
* Time (The Revealator) Sport 12m, 4 1.2.7. New Wall
14 R Mutton Gun Trad 9m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
15 Casual Regression Trad 1.1. Long Side
Bar Bodega Trad 6m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
D.K.D Trad 7m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
* Glove Puppet Trad 1.2.1. Sunnyside
** Plagal Grind Trad 7m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
The Daily Planet Trad 1.2.1. Sunnyside
Tradewinds Trad 6m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
* Chrome Safari Trad 7m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
Freak the Sheep Trad 8m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
Station Road Trad 8m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
Gog Trad 7m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
* Magog Trad 7m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
Jim's Direct Trad 10m 1.2.4. Whinging Wall
Wattle Tree Groove Trad 10m 1.2.4. Whinging Wall
** Magic Boots Trad 9m 1.2.5. Boots Wall
* Coliseum Trad 15m 1.2.6. Coliseum and Wee Corner
Parthenon Trad 15m 1.2.6. Coliseum and Wee Corner
** Newly Wed Sport 12m, 4 1.2.7. New Wall
15 R Robbie's Dilemma Trad 9m 1.2.5. Boots Wall
V0 Dark and Murky Boulder 1.1.1. Section 1
Deffust Boulder 1.1.2. Section 2
Tight Booty Boulder 1.1.3. Section 3
16 Cliff Smith's Corner Trad 7m 1.1. Long Side
False Induction Trad 1.1. Long Side
* Svartmoot Trad 7m 1.2.2. The Forgotten Wall
Geoff's Dilemma Trad 7m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
Parallel Cracks Trad 7m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
** Treebeard Trad 10m 1.2.4. Whinging Wall
* DORLY World Mixed 12m, 1 1.2.7. New Wall
** Ingrid Bergman Sport 12m, 4 1.2.7. New Wall
16 R * Satellite Spies Trad 7m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
17 Contested Corner Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
* Graveyard Groove Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Nutcracker Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
* Silver Airman Trad 16m 1.1. Long Side
Raucous Laughter Trad 7m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
* Secret Crack Trad 10m 1.2.1. Sunnyside
** Triblet Trad 10m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
** Trilogy Trad 7m 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
* Cheating Boots Trad 9m 1.2.5. Boots Wall
17 R Robbie's Direct Trad 10m 1.2.4. Whinging Wall
18 Dalrymple's Groove Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
** Deffust Trad 10m 1.1. Long Side
Diddely Dick Takes A Detour Trad 1.1. Long Side
Moral Dilemma Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Nutless Mixed 14m, 2 1.1. Long Side
Playing Chicken Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
** Soliloquy Trad 16m 1.1. Long Side
Transvaal Mixed 25m, 1 1.1. Long Side
* Dong Mixed 7m, 1 1.2.3. Dong Buttress
18 R * Green Machine Trad 9m 1.2.5. Boots Wall
Perkie's Downfall Trad 9m 1.2.5. Boots Wall
19 ** Bandersnatch Trad 11m 1.1. Long Side
** Kaloo Kalay Trad 16m 1.1. Long Side
* Koruba Mixed 14m, 3 1.1. Long Side
Momrath Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Orangutang Trad 12m 1.1. Long Side
* Samarcand Trad 9m 1.1. Long Side
Tears For Fears Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
* Boggart Trad 10m 1.2.4. Whinging Wall
V1 Brain Damage Boulder 1.1.1. Section 1
* Liken Slap'n Boulder 1.1.1. Section 1
* Whale Dork Boulder 1.1.1. Section 1
Short Black Decaf Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
Booty Pain Boulder 1.1.8. Section 8
Crazy Booty Frog Boulder 1.1.8. Section 8
Orang-utan Boulder 1.1.9. Section 9
* Latte Boulder 1.1.10. Shady Tree Area
Unnamed Boulder 1.2.6. Coliseum and Wee Corner
20 Brain Damage Trad 7m 1.1. Long Side
Kamikaze Krack Trad 15m 1.1. Long Side
Night Of The Crabs Trad 12m 1.1. Long Side
Shitbox Klingons Trad 15m 1.1. Long Side
V2 ** Moral Dilemma Boulder 1.1.2. Section 2
Docking Practice Boulder 1.1.5. Section 5
Eddie Flash Boulder 1.1.5. Section 5
* Revenge of the Lawn Boulder 1.1.6. Section 6
Cheeky Booty Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
Tune In, Turn On, Drop Off Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
* Arêteology Boulder 1.1.8. Section 8
False Hope Boulder 1.1.8. Section 8
'it Man Boulder 1.1.10. Shady Tree Area
** Tree Hugger Boulder 1.1.10. Shady Tree Area
* Traverse from the corner that is right of Cheating Boots to Svartmoot. Trad 1.2. Short Side
21 Badfinger Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Biggles Flies West Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Green Groove Trad 11m 1.1. Long Side
It Man Trad 5m 1.1. Long Side
* Principles Of Lust Sport 12m, 4 1.1. Long Side
** Revenge Of The Lawn Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
** Thimblerigger Trad 12m 1.1. Long Side
22 ** Banshee Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Barracuda Trad 1.1. Long Side
Biggles Sucks A Kumara Sport 14m, 2 1.1. Long Side
Fuck-Knuckle Trad 16m 1.1. Long Side
* Gothic Groove Trad 15m 1.1. Long Side
Stem The Evil Tide Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
* Wall Of The Whinging Pom Trad 10m 1.2.4. Whinging Wall
V3 Sneak Easy Boulder 1.1.4. Section 4
Down to Earth Boulder 1.1.5. Section 5
* Silver Airman Boulder 1.1.5. Section 5
The Last Samurai Boulder 1.2.6. Coliseum and Wee Corner
23 ** Bad Behaviour Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
Black Stump Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
* Bodysnatcher Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Bop Gun Boulder 7m 1.1. Long Side
Diddely Dick Mixed 14m, 2 1.1. Long Side
Green Groove Eliminate Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Naughty But Nice Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
* Snatchbender Mixed 14m, 2 1.1. Long Side
Snatchbender Direct Mixed 14m, 2 1.1. Long Side
Sneakeasy Sport 11m, 3 1.1. Long Side
The Frayed Ends Of Sanity Mixed 14m, 2 1.1. Long Side
The Grip Goes On Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
** Wellington Boots Trad 9m 1.2.5. Boots Wall
V4 Bop Gun Boulder 1.1.1. Section 1
One Move Wonder Boulder 1.1.1. Section 1
** Supergroove Boulder 1.1.2. Section 2
** Boulevard Pèriphèrique Boulder 1.1.3. Section 3
* Drive Through Coffee Boulder 1.1.3. Section 3
** Grunta Boulder 1.1.3. Section 3
** Heat Boulder 1.1.4. Section 4
Shoes This High Boulder 1.1.6. Section 6
* Melquiades Boulder 1.1.8. Section 8
* Silver Surfer Boulder 1.1.9. Section 9
24 Chasing After Charlie Mixed 14m, 4 1.1. Long Side
Chasing After Charlie Direct Mixed 14m, 4 1.1. Long Side
Dekcuf Trad 10m 1.1. Long Side
Desolation Angel Trad 10m 1.1. Long Side
Effort, Money And Time Trad 13m 1.1. Long Side
Jams O'Donnell Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Load It For Me Trad 16m 1.1. Long Side
* Melquiades Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
Picture This Trad 1.1. Long Side
Porkland Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
* Sheerlux Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Shoes This High Trad 13m 1.1. Long Side
Spanish Moon Trad 11m 1.1. Long Side
Splatter Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
The Engineer Of Human Souls Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
* The Raven Trad 10m 1.1. Long Side
Wild Gravity Sport 11m, 3 1.1. Long Side
Wired Trad 15m 1.1. Long Side
25 Busted Bicycle Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
Hear No Evil Mixed 11m, 2 1.1. Long Side
* Legs This Wide Mixed 15m, 2 1.1. Long Side
Maisola Party Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Morning Glory Eliminate Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Rebuilding Oscar Mixed 16m, 2 1.1. Long Side
Roo Squeaks Trad 16m 1.1. Long Side
Smash And Grab Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
Suspended Animation Mixed 2 1.1. Long Side
The Towering Inferno Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
Thunderpussy Mixed 14m, 2 1.1. Long Side
Training For Straining Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Tune In, Turn On, Drop Off Trad 9m 1.1. Long Side
Ugly Murmurs Trad 9m 1.1. Long Side
V5 Perrenial Pipe Dreams Boulder 1.1.2. Section 2
Yuppie Floozie Boulder 1.1.2. Section 2
Lego Boulder 1.1.3. Section 3
Another Broken Hero Boulder 1.1.6. Section 6
* Big Max Boulder 1.1.6. Section 6
Mumbles Boulder 1.1.6. Section 6
Zorns Lemma Boulder 1.1.6. Section 6
When the Cat's Away Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
Pet Cemetery Boulder 1.1.9. Section 9
Brown Arete Boulder 1.2.6. Coliseum and Wee Corner
26 Another Broken Hero Sport 1.1. Long Side
Bad Karma Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Boys On Bikes Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
Desolation Angel Direct Finish Mixed 11m, 1 1.1. Long Side
* Heat Mixed 15m, 2 1.1. Long Side
* Perennial Pipedreams Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
* Sample The Dog Mixed 15m, 4 1.1. Long Side
* Silver Surfer Trad 12m 1.1. Long Side
Studio 54 Trad 1.1. Long Side
* Supergroove Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
The Ghost Who Walks Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
Wendy Kroy Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
When The Cats Away Trad 9m 1.1. Long Side
Wild Gravity Direct Sport 11m, 3 1.1. Long Side
Yuppie Floosie Trad 14m 1.1. Long Side
V6 Egg and Soldiers Boulder 1.1.1. Section 1
Blam Blam Blam Boulder 1.1.3. Section 3
Bitch Boulder 1.1.4. Section 4
Studio 54 Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
* Zephania Boulder 1.1.8. Section 8
Red Arete Boulder 1.2.6. Coliseum and Wee Corner
27 * Blam, Blam, Blam Trad 13m 1.1. Long Side
Faulty Logic Mixed 13m, 2 1.1. Long Side
* Pet Cemetery Mixed 12m, 2 1.1. Long Side
* Pig Igneous Sport 14m, 3 1.1. Long Side
Straight Out Of Clapton Mixed 12m, 2 1.1. Long Side
Sweat Mixed 15m, 1 1.1. Long Side
Zephania Boulder 8m 1.1. Long Side
V7 * McNuggett Boulder 1.1.3. Section 3
Hypercaffinated Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
Plumley Walker Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
28 Down To Earth Mixed 14m, 1 1.1. Long Side
Plumley Walker Boulder 1.1. Long Side
29 Zorn's Lemma Mixed 13m, 3 1.1. Long Side
V8 * Scott’s Arête Boulder 1.1.2. Section 2
The Egyption Boulder 1.1.2. Section 2
Blam Direct Boulder 1.1.3. Section 3
Solarised Boulder 1.1.4. Section 4
* Zilmerised Boulder 1.1.4. Section 4
I C Lightning, U C Crack Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7
30 Zillmerised Boulder 6m 1.1. Long Side
V9 Project Boulder 1.1.1. Section 1
Methodone Boulder 1.1.4. Section 4
The Professional Boulder 1.1.8. Section 8
? Project Booty Boulder 1.1.7. Section 7