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#8

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 44

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Access issues inherited from Toohey Forest

'Toohey Forest' is owned by the Brisbane City Council. It's an important habitat for 400 plants and animals, and is very popular with walkers, joggers and picnicking families. Therefore the usual rules of taking out your rubbish, keeping noise to a minimum, cleaning any chalk marks and so on are particularly important here if climbing is to remain an acceptable activity in the eyes of the community.

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This problem is located on the low boulder just to the left and slightly uphill of #8. Sit start on the layback flake feature. Ascend on perfect edges. Diminutive, but what it's got is good.

FA: David Jefferson, 27 Apr

Barely worth it. Scramble up the left corner of the boulder, left of 'Broken Plate'.

FA: Bruce Taylor

Just worth it. Start just left of the missing plate.

FA: Bruce Taylor

Start in the centre of where the plate use to be, using the good crimps it left around its perimeter to go up.

FA: Bruce Taylor, 2012

Stand start with your right hand on small knob, then and up left to a diagonal ledge. Shares holds with 'Broken Plate'.

FA: Bruce Taylor, 2012

Similar standing start to Yakini and up to the right and a broken hold.

FA: Bruce Taylor, 2012

Sit start with LH on undercling/sidepull/crimp on broken hold, RH on crimpy gaston slightly higher. Move up right then bust out left to the knob of the original Yakini standstart, and finish left up this.

FA: David Jefferson, 27 Apr

Sit start up to good crimp rail and then good hold to pull up on.

FA: Bruce Taylor, 2012

Stand start on the big obvious flat hold and straight up. Shares some crimps out left with 'I'm Sinking'.

FA: Bruce Taylor, 2012

A beautiful traverse along a varied assortment of slopers and mingin' crimps! Will go at maybe V7+?

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