Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Cantaloupe Hill First Stopoff
V4 Memories

Just enough holds for an ascent. Hard work getting off the ground, a big move to the next incut, then you're on the slab and away.

FA: David Nott, 10 Aug 2013

Boulder 5m
V7 Project 2 - open

Technical and gut-busting. Grade is a guess. Some seriously strenuous layback moves.

BoulderProject 4m
V2 Slab proj

Left side of the slab. Delicate!

BoulderProject 5m
Cantaloupe Hill Glitz Rock
V4 Without Words

Start in the vague scoop and grovel your way to a desperate mantle. Not great.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
V2 Tally Ho

Sit start at the spike (same start as Vendetta). Straight up via the corner/groove. Quite messy after it's rained.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
V7 Vendetta

Sit start at Tally Ho, then follow the break rightwards to the rounded arête, then mantle/rock over to the top. Progressively crimpier with thinner feet. Chris Beers

FA: Chris Warner, 2004

Boulder 3m
V11 Cerebro

Start for Vendetta, then drop down into the underclings, make some hard moves through underclings and slopers finishing out the top of the boulder (as for Vendetta or the Joker).

CMCC

FA: Chris Webb

Boulder 4m
V3 Contempt Left

As per Contempt, but topout for Tally Ho.

Boulder 4m
V6 Contempt

Sit start on the far left side of the underclings (just right of the start to Tally Ho), then straight up, topping out right of where Tally Ho tops out.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 4m
V4 Dripping on Trips Left

Stand start at the big underclings, make a big move into the horizontal break and then traverse left to finish as for Tally Ho.

Boulder 4m
V6 Dripping on Trips

Stand start on the big underclings and head to the crimpy rail for Vendetta and top out as for Vendetta.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 4m
V6 The Joker

A Canberra classic - the proud line diagonally up the front of the boulder as you approach on the walk in. Good positive holds, but still hard work! Note: this is a squat start - you start on the first set of good holds.

CMCC

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 4m
V7 The Joker - sit

Per ex-Canberran Duncan Brown - the full sit to the Joker line. Tough for the grade, possibly V8.

Boulder 4m
V9 Stopping All Stations

Start up The Joker, then reverse Vendetta, and finish up Tally Ho.

Not as contrived as it sounds - actually a pretty nice line. The Vendetta rail is harder in this direction.

Gets V9 in the guidebook, but might be a bit soft.

Boulder 8m
V9 Stopping Absolutely All Stations

The full link-up of the boulder. Stopping All Stations with the sit start.

FA: Brendon Jones, 2 Jun 2018

Boulder 8m
V9/10 Stop with the Stopping Stations

Sit start the Joker, climb this, then reverse Vendetta and finish up the fingery mantle of Contempt. Sustained and consistently hard.

FA: Nick White, 14 Jul 2018

Boulder
V10 Derailment

Sit start the Joker and then when the diagonal crack runs out make hard moves to reverse Cerebro finishing up Tally Ho.

CMCC

FA: Ashby Cooper, 11 Oct 2020

Boulder
V10 Lipstick Lesbian

Start for the Joker, then head straight up where the rock splits into two cracks. Long dyno to the big slope, match then mantel up.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 4m
Cantaloupe Hill Warmup Slab
V0 Persian Rug

Nice warmup problem upslope and behind Glitz Rock

Boulder 3m
V0 Number 5

Right hand variant to Persian Rug (#6 in CCA guide).

Boulder 3m
{US} V0 - 1 Prydain

Sit start left of persian rug on the undercling and up the "arete". Eliminate - left side rail is out.

Boulder 3m
Cantaloupe Hill Prow Rock
V3 Intrusion

Sit start problem through obvious basalt or similar intrusion on back of boulder and right of prow.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 3m
V2/3 Intrusion stand

Stand variant to intrusion. Very height-dependent.

Boulder 3m
V3 Ruffian

Sit start and then go diagonally left up the seam. Falling at the end would be bad.

FA: Chris warner

Boulder 5m
V5 Spruce Moose - stand

Standing start to Spruce Moose - slap up the boulder. Burly. CMCC

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 4m
V8 Spruce Moose - sitstart

Sit start down on the left arete then slap out to the right side of the prow then continue up with big compression moves up the prow.

FA: Chris Webb Parsons

Boulder 4m
V8 Lanky Yanky

Up and left crimping under roof then up and over.

Boulder 4m
V4 Throw Back

Long throw to crimp.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 4m
V3 Pubs

The slab.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 3m
Cantaloupe Hill Slab Rock
V1 Another

Grunt your way up the slab on the left side right in the trees. If you can be bothered. You might get a real surprise if you fall.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
V4 Szady Slap

Traverse all the way along the slab from the right hand side of the rock as you come uphill. Hope you've got good friction in your hands!

FA: Clinton Szady

Boulder 2m
V1 Peter Pan

Left of the start to Szady Slap, take a run at the slab, jump, get your feet set and reach for glory. Invigorating cooldown.

Boulder 3m
Cantaloupe Hill Number 15 boulder
V4 Back in Black (#15)

Sit start from left of slab then traverse right and up the slab on crimps.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
V3 Slow and Low (#16)

Sit-start traverse the boulder left to right.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
V2 Bergs

Sit-start the arete.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
Cantaloupe Hill Heart Block(s)
V3 Little Arete (#18)

Sit-start and up to the left or the right. If you face the hill, this is downhill and to the left.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
V3 Drug Money for the Bunny (#19)

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 5m
V6 Organs in Orbit (#20)

Traverse left to right then up, finishing as for 22, the righthandmost climb. Either gaston through the crux or execute a hard cross-through.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 10m
V5 Check Your Head (#21)

Highball.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 8m
V6 Swinging Doors (#22)

Up onto a good flat edge with crappy footers, get yourself set, dyno out left then up.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 6m
Cantaloupe Hill Heart Block(s) Second Heart
V0 Project 1

The crack.

Boulder 5m
Cantaloupe Hill Heart Block(s) The Second Prow
V3 Vitruvian

Stand start at flake, matching hands above. Layback from there out to the edge of the slope, cut feet, find the slot and up.

FA: David Nott, 2011

Boulder 2m
V5 Visceral

Start as for Vitruvian, layback out right, cut feet and dangle in thin air, then turn and heel hook up in the slot just before the end of the jutting prow. V4 moves up to here... Now execute a gut-wrenching mantle with your left foot dangling in the air. Positive holds. Pretty damn contrived. On reflection, it's not worth stars, but it's fun to try and mantel over the shit foot-slot. The full line is the real prize. Don't touch the ground, obviously!

FA: David Nott, 2011

Boulder 2m
V9 Project 1 - prow traverse

Traverse from the start of Vitruvian right around the boulder, heel hooking and groaning all the way. Pretty much a huge campus problem really.

Boulder 2m
Project 2 - the Cave

Sit start inside the cave, move to a downward-sloped rail, huge throw up to next hold. Not sure if it's possible without hitting the rock behind, but this is one for the insanely strong.

Boulder 3m
Cantaloupe Hill Heart Block(s)
V3 Number 23

Sit-start. Looks like something has broken, as this has minimal hand holds and small feet. Looked to be a single dynamic move to the top.

Boulder
Cantaloupe Hill The Upper Ridge
V1 Number 1

Sit start.

Boulder 3m
V3 Jayenne

Stand start from the bottom of the boulder. After gaining your feet, a fair sized dynamic move out left from smears will get you to the glory rail, and then finish as for #1.

FA: David Nott, 2011

Boulder 5m
V0 Number 2
Boulder 3m
V1 Nice Guys Finish Last

Slab.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 5m
V7 O'Ren Ishi

Sit start. Traverse left then up.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V4 Cotten Mouth

Sit start then over onto slab.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 3m
V6 Rumspringa

Sit-start up the arete. Quite overhung. A great quality climb well worth the walk up to this sector just by itself. Low in the grade.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 4m
V7 Fraud Landis

Sit start then traverse left onto slopes from Rumspringa.

FA: Andrew Bull

Boulder
V5 Rumspringa stand

Seems about the same as Rumspringa as the crux balance move is in the stand, but doesn't include the heel hook above the head.

Boulder 4m
V6 QJ WIN

Crimp and dyno.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V2 Nearly

Sit start.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 3m
V2 Mantle

Sit start.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 3m
V1 Blue Jeans

Sit-start then mantle.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
V2 More moss

Sit start.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V7 Blood Makes Noise

Start with hand jam between blocks then into crack, pull lip and up right.

FA: Robert Lange

Boulder 5m
V8 Scream

Start with a hand jam between blocks and then into crack, head straight up and dyno.

FA: Andrew Bull

Boulder
Cantaloupe Hill Sundries
V2 Dren

Sit start, grabbing either side of the prow. Work your way up and top out - average feet all the way.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V2 Soot

Layback the flake to the left up onto the boulder, then top out to the right.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V3 Rarze

Sit start. Up to the top of the first boulder, then head straight up and slightly left over the second. Once on top, downclimb round to the left.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V2 Tauris

Sit start as per #3. Once at the top of the first boulder, follow the seam up and right.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
Flicking your switch

In front of problems 3 and 4, accessed under the huge burnt tree. Difficult and blank looking layback up and left to a tricky top out.

Boulder
V0 Chime

Sit start. Up the broken corner using many different features.

Boulder
V5 Its daddy you shit head

Sit start round to the right. Follow the good layback flake up and left round the tock, and top out straight up once at the 'ledge'. Downclimb over the back.

FA: Clinton Szady

Boulder
V3 Dance for daddy

Mantle up, starting off the block. Awkward ledge, then top out straight up. Downclimb off the back.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
Cantaloupe Hill The Ice Blocks
V0 More

Sit start. Up crack in corner, trending right and round onto the top.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V4 Born-again Hooligan

Sit start up to a big sloper then up to a good edge on top. Easy top out and down climb. GPS (approx): -35.477682, 148.928839

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 3m
V5 Crete it

Sit start then up left, staying on the main block (don't escape up the crack between the boulders).

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V4 Skullduggery

Sit start as per #3. Big throw right to a jug, then up to the top.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V7 Aspen Armor

Hard sit start up to break, then head up ledges to top.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V10 Skills to Pay the Bills

Sit start as per #5 to break, then traverse right on slopers to the end of the break, then head up to top.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V3 Stone Cutter

Start at the bottom right, move left to the arete and up.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
V5 Price Check

Sit start up the arete, then top out.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder
Cantaloupe Hill Lost World
V6 One Undisclosed Period in Paradise

A solid walk for a decent problem. Sit start on obvious large flat flake to high but easy top out. To get off the top, move left and jump off onto mats.

Boulder 5m
Egg Project

Squat start from low diagonal undercling holds (forms an acute upside down triangle). Big pull to sloper on the lip followed by a big tension move out left to the positive arete and an easy top. Will be all time when it goes. Likely double digits.

BoulderProject
Lip Project

Left to right rising lip traverse.

BoulderProject
Cantaloupe Hill The Hand
V3 Cute Kill

Sit start from the cave up holding onto a big flake. Compressive move to start.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 6m
V4 Pinky Cling

Contrived sit start. 6 metres, but an easy terrain crack up top.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 6m
V0 Kerl

Straight up a mossy crack. Nothing difficult.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 5m
V1 Thumb Mantle

Sit start. Good mantle practice.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
V0 Middle Finger

Up the right side of the palm. Easy terrain.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 6m
V5 Tickler

Sit start. The hardest V3 in the entire world?

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 4m
V2 Skin end

Up the side of the boulder using layback-type moves. Hard work to get your feet on top.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 4m
V0 #7 RH variant

Good warmup for the burlier #6-7.

Boulder 4m
V1 Divagation

It really is a word. Sit start at the opening of the cave around the corner and uphill a few metres from #7. Start on positive holds, then find the hidden hold up high to progress. The boulder behind is in - it's a cross between a chimney climb and a face climb!

Boulder 3m
V0- Mellifluous

Small boulder on the way in to the hand. Warm-up sit start.

Boulder 2m
V3 Trichiasis

Sit start for the V3, then exit out the roof and up the vertical slab. Direct might be a fair bit harder if you're willing to huck a huge dyno - not sure it's viable.

FA: David Nott, 2011

Boulder 5m
Cantaloupe Hill
V0 Number 24
Boulder
George's Boulder
V4 Call Girls

Sit start to the far right low down, then pull around the corner. Finish with higher traverse to jug. The warm up...

FA: George Fieg

Boulder 2m
V5 On Hold

Sit start to the far right and pull around the corner. Finish with lower traverse/slopes to jug. Desperate.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 2m
V6 The Tower

Sit start and up the arete.

Boulder 4m
V4 FIS

Sit start and straight up the thin slab

Boulder 4m
V4 JAS

Start on the rail and up through a few sidepulls and crimps to a slab topout

Boulder 5m
V4 Shy moves

Up and onto the slab. Smearing moves and a few check your head moments.

FA: Chris Warner

Boulder 5m
V6 Slopesanity

Reverse 1a/b from the start of the rail past the victory jugs, using only the slopers. Arguably better than 1a, slightly more fun moves in the opposite direction. Holds all face the wrong way to traverse in this direction though, so it's like downclimbing slopers!

Boulder 2m