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Description

Super fun. Great problems. Worth a check out

Approach

Right next to Rundle rock. The huge slabbby top rope boulder

History

Routes

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Start on undercling to thin face. #19 on map

Sit start under over hanging arete. Bump up to crimper and arete slap with rocking mantle. # 21 on map

Traverse lip of Boulder with technical feet. Really bad landing. # 22 on map

Under Skinny traverse on the same boulder is a fun face climb. Sit-Start on side pulls and use your feet! Trust your feet and make a dead point to a sloper jug or use the left intermediates. Either way goes at v3

FA: James Blackhall, Mar 2016

Start on edges up lip. #20 on map

Start on flake to edges and top. #16

Good edges all the way to the top. #17 on map

Start on arete to flake then across. #18 on map

Next to Rundle rock, is a cool granite looking left trending sloper rail. Sit start then lay back, smer your way up to a jug a fun top out. Has been done bare foot

Start as per "1 Up!" on horizontal crack on mushroom boulder. Go right to crimp on face and then finish on with a mantle over the lip. Slightly harder variation of 1 Up! Name is from the mushroom enemies from Super Mario.

FA: Evan Waugh

Super cool rock formation like a Mushroom! Therefore named after the Mario Brothers, 1up! Start in the horizontal crack with smeared feet. Both rocks on either side are out. Big move to the "fern" pocket and then to the micro crimp. Hard Mantle!

FA: Tak Abe, Jun 2016

Sit start on this bad boy, with a gaston left hand and right crimp. Big move up the arete with heel hooks and a funky finish. Fun

FA: James Blackhall, Mar 2016

Start on the right hold. First ascent was crossed feet, crossed arms. Big move to crimp then top out!

FA: James Blackhall, Jun 2016

Sit start on good holds on the arete, move up high to the small flake right, then get your friction on. Slap the arete and keep balanced. Feet are out on the arete, Use the force on the slab!

FA: James, Nico Watson, James Blackhall & Ignacio Alveal, Mar 2016

Undercling start with smeared feet then up to a left crimp and right facing flake.

Start on the bluff up the hill from the iconic mushroom boulder, 1 Up! It is on the same bluff as Thermarest Arete, to the left and low. Start matched on a hidden undercling.

FA: Evan Waugh, 23 Jun

Sit start with a super high left heel hook. Move up to a mossy crimp then onto the finishing jugs.

Sit start with both hands on a good crimp. Dead point to the arete then throw out right over the top.

Sit start out right to good holds. #20 on map.

Sit start the out left up the arete. Don't rest your bum on the boulder below the overhang! #19 on map.

Sit start in the grimy butt crack then up to a good shelf.

Start on the ledge jug. Slap up and traverse with a few slabby face holds. Tricky mantle

FA: JSBC

Gear it right up! Sit start and straight up with a cruxy tricky mantle.

FA: JSBC

Straight up on good holds.

FA: JSBC

One end to the other on very delicate holds. Needs cleaning

Set by Tak Abe, 2016

FA: Evan Waugh, 1 May

Sit start on two good crimps and feet and straight to the top.

FA: JSBC & Tak Abe, 2016

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