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Approach via the Lower Tier. From the far left end of the Lower Tier, follow the path, traversing about 100m around the contour line of the hill. At this point, both Ordinary Men Boulder and The Monolith Boulder should come into view - OMB above the path and up the hill to the right, and TMB below the path and down the hill to the slight left. TMB will most likely not be recognisable until you are closer though, as it has more rocks surrounding it.
Discovered by Cameron Rodda in 2000 and written up in the NW Victoria guidebook as "T-Bone Totem", with very little information given, and only two very easy routes described.
Martin Lama also found this boulder around the same time, though unlike Cameron he was searching around Melbourne for potential bouldering after returning from Hueco Tanks. The majority of the established lines on the Monolith face were originally climbed by him back then before being rediscovered in 2015.
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