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A Crag Guide gives an extensive view of all sub areas and climbs at a point in the index. It shows a snapshot of the index heirachy, up to 300 climbs (or areas) on a single web page. It shows selected comments climbers have made on a recently submitted ascent.

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Table of contents

1. Lumberjack Rock 10 routes in Area

Summary:
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Seasonality
Trad climbing, Top roping and other styles

Long/Lat: 116.069714, -31.957896

Access Issues: inherited from Kalamunda National Park

The boulders are located in Kalamunda National Park, and there are plenty of hikers walking along the Bibbulmun trial so please be respectful.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Sawtooth Crack

Layback the start and search for good holds and move left on jugs. Protection is very poor, and rock quality is not great. Mega big sling should allow you to thread through the boulder at the top and build anchor

16 Trad 8m
2 Saw Doctor

Start Saw Tooth Crack but continue directly up and and to the right. Insecure

15 Trad 8m
3 Top Rope Arete

Awaiting some bolts and a FA

Top rope 9m
4 This is Easier 16 Unknown 10m
5 Kangaroo Crack

Originally graded 9! What an atrocity! It is at least as hard as Sawtooth Crack, possibly harder. Squirm your way up the flaring off-width beneath boulder

16 Trad 8m
6 Pig's Ear

Start right of chimney and place cams and jam your way past the large boulder. Continue up right to DBB above Lumberjack

16 Trad 10m
7 Mad Axemen Top rope 10m
8 Lumberjack

Follow line of three fixed hangers behind tree. Use side boulders for feet. Direct option would be considerably more difficult

23 Sport 12m, 3
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
9 Unnamed SportProject 10m
10 The Rasp

The off-width with face finish. Follow 2 FH from ledge to DBB. Hangers required for anchor

17 Mixed 10m, 2

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
15 Saw Doctor Trad 8m
16 Kangaroo Crack Trad 8m
Pig's Ear Trad 10m
Sawtooth Crack Trad 8m
This is Easier Unknown 10m
17 The Rasp Mixed 10m, 2
23 Lumberjack Sport 12m, 3
? Mad Axemen Top rope 10m
Top Rope Arete Top rope 9m
Unnamed SportProject 10m