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Middle of area

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Low cliffline with some problems, grit and slopes.

Up using the disintegrating holds on the left hand side to top out.

Hand to finger crack, flaring at lip.

Sit start then up wall and out roof on good holds eventually topping out to the right.

Tenously up the slopes and roof using the finger crack.

Lay away the edge then slopey mantle.

Very Fontainebleau style boulder with the potential for a hard slopey traverse along the lip. Bring your own 'pof'! To the right of 'The Scoop Boulder' and 'Knife Boulder'.

Traverse the whole block along the lip Font style.

Sit start then classic compression problem up the short face.

Boulder with sharp edges

Sit start then straight up the arete.

FA: Scott Lacey, 27 Nov 2013

Sit start then up using the good ledge/edge hold to reach the top.

FA: Scott Lacey, 27 Nov 2013

Sit start up 'Lacey's Arete' and traverse the whole boulder to finish back at and top out on 'Lacey's Arete'. Easy at the start then hard coming around the bottom side.

Sit start compression problem.

Large boulder with overhang on one end and a lovely aesthetic line up an amazing scoop.

The most aesthetic line in Queen's Country. Straight up using the amazing natural scoop and pocket.

FA: James Lacey, 27 Nov 2013


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