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Boulder 2

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Description

This boulder is the obvious cubish feature just as you arrive at the first big waterhole with ropes and rock jumps.

Access issues inherited from Cedar Creek

Rainfall/Flooding/Raised Water Levels

'Cedar Creek' is prone to flash flooding after heavy rainfall and general flooding or regular high water levels during/after rainfall which significantly impacts access to boulders and areas.

Check local community pages if unsure.

Private Property

Toward the end of Cedar Creek Rd are several private properties inaccessible to the public. Ensure no gates are passed (even if open).

Ethic inherited from Cedar Creek

'Cedar Creek' has been in the news due to its popularity with the public; namely rubbish and conflicts with landowners. As climbers we must set an example for ourselves:

  • Respect the landowners
  • Take your rubbish (as always)
  • Bring containers for removing public rubbish if you can
  • Do not contribute to the graffiti
  • Bring poo-bags for your crag pup

Routes

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Sit start with foot in crack, up wall.

https://vimeo.com/35243393

Start compressed between the arete and right sloper, then up and over the top.

FA: Alex Mougenot, 2014

Sit start on the arete, to the left of "Easy Slab".

FA: Anna Jones, 2014

Sit start on the obvious rail with a heel hook right. Move up to a Cool pinch and right for the top out. Avoid all of the blunt left arete.

FA: JSBC, 23 Dec 2019

Sit start, up trending right on the slab with a high pocket then top out.

Bum start almost under the boulder with an ok left hand in the crack.

Sit start under the blocks, get a heel up and then easy to top.

Start at under-cling crimp and slope then mantle the block and traverse along to the end of the V11

Set by Angus Hammond

FA: Angus Hammond, 9 Nov 2014

Jug start with good feet, traverse left through one long move and then up slab.

Good underclings but not much for feet, somehow pull on and then throw to a decent jug and then easy after that.

Good start hold, up to thin crimps, ooze up to arete and then top.

http://vimeo.com/19953904

Start as for the arete but then move right onto the good hold and up.

Fun juicy dyno from hold in the middle up to jug.

Bust out from the crimps to the right arete. Links "Dyno" and "Arete".

Start as for "Arete" but head left to the start hold of "Dyno" and leap for the top.

FA: Daniel Burrows, 1 Mar 2015

Start with right hand pinching arete, pull on and up arete, using the 'Dyno' hold if you want.

Sit Start on undercling pocket with R hand and crimp with L. Push heels in and pull in and up on undercling for crimp with L. Pocket and rail are out! crimp your way up. Brad

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