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Petros Khalesirad

@petroskhalesirad
Australia • Sport climber
  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 4
  • Photos: 5
  • Climbing since: 2006
  • Member since: 2021
  • Favorites: 2
  • Following: 0
  • Followers: 1

Activity stream for Petros Khalesirad

Activity stream for Petros Khalesirad, configured from their own events. Events include ticks, updates and discussions.

Fri 25 Jun

Petros Khalesirad uploaded some photos at Rockhampton. 40 3 months ago

Petros Khalesirad ticked a route at Rockhampton and mentioned Matt H. • 3 months ago

21 Where Eagles Swear Unknown 10m, 6Very Good — with Matt H.

Tue 20 Apr
Thu 25 Mar

Petros Khalesirad added Frog Buttress to their favorites. • 6 months ago

Mon 15 Mar

Matt H lead a route at Rockhampton and mentioned Petros Khalesirad. • 973 7 months ago

13 Unknown Sport 10m, 3Average

Good climb nothing to exciting but, fairly large gap between 3rd and 4th bolt which makes it a little nerve racking. — with Petros Khalesirad

Petros Khalesirad uploaded a photo at Yeppoon/ Capricorn Coast. 20 7 months ago

Petros Khalesirad edited an area at Yeppoon/ Capricorn Coast. 95 7 months ago

Created the area Cooee Bay (Wreck Point).
Updated node location.
summary

This area has been used quite a bit by my family over the past 8 years. I'm in the process of documenting the different routes.

description

Beachside bouldering.

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Tidal

Sun 14 Mar

Petros Khalesirad uploaded some photos at Rockhampton. 40 7 months ago

Petros Khalesirad ticked a route and logged 2 ascents from the past at Rockhampton and mentioned Matt H. • 1984 7 months ago

18 Fish and Chips Sport 15mVery Good

Couple of sharp holds on the right hand just before the crux. — with Matt H

Death by falling refrigerator Trad — Sun 27th Feb 2011Very Good

Climb was originally called "Death by fridge". — with Jeff Neil

19 The Handromeda Strain Sport 15m, 6 — Sun 27th Mar 2011Very Good

This route was the only way in and out of Left Left. Often we would leave our top ropes connected whilst we explored the rest of the area. It was common to top rescue climbers. The bolt development that's occurred recently has really increased the safety of the area. A huge thumbs up to the crew that volunteer their time and money in improving our local crags! — with Brendan Motley