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Description

A rarely climbed area near the main sports area of Mt Randall. A bit of a hike but well worth it for the wild exposed feeling of climbing up here. Some seriously wicked lines.

Access issues inherited from Mt Randall (Bouldering)

Located in a national park - respect the bushland and the rock!

Approach

Follow the path from near the Up The Hill area past the granite slab and to the Mt Randall summit. 5-10 min walk.

Ethic inherited from Mt Randall (Bouldering)

Climbing is a privilege not a right – please respect the bushland and the rock. Where possible preserve the natural flora and keep to tracks to minimize impact. Clean tick marks and caked chalk with a good scrubbing. Although some older problems are chipped and glued this is no longer tolerated. No chipping or gluing.

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Apparently there were 30-40 routes established back in the day. Does anybody remember them?

Routes

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Grade Route

Sit start matched on right facing sidepull/undercling. Make your way up the steep face on the reinforced crimps to a ballsy topout.

FA: Andy Lampard

Looks like a hard crimp line through the roof to the left of the Hero Line. Top Looks absolutely blank and nails hard. Crimps again reinforced by glue. Has this one been sent?

Friction slab to ledge, then small fist/hand crack section. Falling on the fist crack probably wouldnt bode well.

SDS?

Little bit hidden, To the left of the hand crack. Looks kinda cool

Has it been climbed? could be more routes up through. Exposure on this line is spectacular.

Looks hard.

Sit start all the way left, work way all the way along the edge with a heel hook, bit contrived but avoiding mantling up onto slab creates cool sequence. Still fairly easy.

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