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The obvious featured boulder standing out from the rest in the Junkyard. This has some really nice problems that are somewhat different from most Toohey problems. There's a decent 2 metre drop-off underneath the main length of the boulder, but if you've got the balls and decent spotters, then there are some cool problems just waiting to be unlocked.

Small boulder with a lot of holds and surprisingly nice problems to the left of the large roofed boulder.

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 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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Smaller boulder left of the impressive Pride Boulder.

Start on big low jug, then straight up through a cool sloper.

FA: Jesse Ruffini

FA: Jesse Ruffini, 2015

Start on big low jug, then up and right to top out above and right of the faint crack line.

FA: Alex Mougenot

FA: Alex Mougenot, 2014

Start in the undercling to the right of the small cave, and straight up, sort of between the two boulders, keeping off the one behind you. Take care when falling.

FA: Alex Mougenot

FA: Alex Mougenot, 2014

Long obvious featured, overhanging boulder.

Akward-ish start on the left jug under the roof, then up to a bomber jug on the lip. Quite body tension-ey.

FA: Jesse Ruffini, 2015

Start on the left jug under the roof, then traverse out right until the rail finishes, then throw to jug on the roof lip and continue up.

FA: Jesse Ruffini, 2015

Start the same as Jesse's Direct Finish, but when the rail ends, continue right to the prow, then top out.

FA: Alex Mougenot, 2015

Jesse's crazy idea for a cool, committing compression problem on the prow.

Set by Jesse Ruffini, 2015

Sit start in the cave on this massive undercling. Find your way straight up in the corner through some interesting moves. Beware the drop behind you. Spotters recommended.

FA: Bill Hale, 2015

This project is listed to show the potential for a few possible problems here. There will be cool hard steep problems (V2 - V7?), but all of these have bad falls with tricky spotting and mat placement. A problem traversing the lip across the whole boulder would be quite impressive ... hint hint


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