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Cohiba East

  • Grade context: AU
  • Approach time: 1min
  • Ascents: 41
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Summary

A small group of boulders east of Cohiba main area.

Description

A small area with one main boulder. These climbs may have been climbed in Canberra's past pre/post fires. Feel free to change the names if you claimed the rightful FA.

Access issues inherited from Western Area

This is part of the Lower Cotter water catchment area. There are a number of rehabilitation projects underway to manage run off and erosion.

Approach

Park at the rock retaining wall in the gully about 150m before the main Cohiba turn off. Walk 100m up the east side of the gully to nearby boulders. Most of the problems are on the uphill side of the first boulder you come to.

Ethic inherited from Pierce's Creek

Pierces Creek is primarily a bouldering area however a number of naturally protected lines have been established over the years. To date aspirant ascentionists have avoided resorting to bolts on the higher problems preferring to rely on; mats, spotters, and gumption.

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Sit start with a hand on each of the good edges at the left side of the block, make a big move straight up and top out.

FA: Stephen

Start as for Shlop, move right through some small edges, and make a big move up.

FA: Stephen

Start as for Shlop, traverse right and finish as for Fishery

FA: Zoe R

Start as for Fishery climb left to finish as for Shlap.

FA: Zoe R

Sit start on the large sidepull feature in the middle of the block, do a hard gaston move and top out straight up.

FA: Zoe R

Start as for Couch Slouch and traverse left on low line of holds to finish up Fishery.

FA: Stephen

Start as for Couch Slouch, traverse left through Couch Fisher and carry on to finish as for Medica.

Sit start on the good underclings on the right side of the block, climb straight up.

FA: Stephen

Sit start low with one hand on the obvious undercling and the other hand wherever you can find something. Climb over the bulge and mantle.

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