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Coffs Rocks Guide

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 25

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Thanks to the following people who have contributed to this crag guide:

Paul Thomson Todd Free Jason Nguyen Tim Haasnoot John Drake Georgia Rose

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Table of contents

1. Coffs Rocks 5 routes in Boulder

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Seasonality

All Bouldering

Lat / Long: -30.467948, 150.920719

description

Two boulders 40m along the faint trail leading up around the east side of Whale Rock.

access issues

Access to Beulah is closed.

inherited from Beulah

approach

Through the gate with the Donger sign on it. Follow the faint and overgrown dual track for about 50m to when it takes a hard right. You are there.

history

Cleaned in 2006 and then forgotten. Sam Van Gastel put up Coffs Roof at the 3rd Festivus in 2009.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Drum Lesson

Up the way down off this boulder.

FA: Todd Free, 2006

{US} V0- Boulder 2m
2 Stand & Liver

Up small corner, finsih on knobs

FA: Todd Free, 2006

{US} V0 Boulder 2m
3 Thorn in my Pride

Start in blackberry bush and up crimps.

FA: Todd Free, 2006

{US} V0 Boulder 2m
4 Coffs Roof

Start on crimps/sloper, slap under rooflet, pull up through and mantel

FA: Sam Van Gastel, 2008

{US} V4 Boulder
5 Coff's Easy Exit

Start on right-hand side of Coff's Rock, left hand on gaston and right hand on crimper. Up and through the right-side of the rooflet. Avoid bailing right past the roof.

NOTE: May have been climbed before. If this is you, please change the FA/Route Details appropriately.

FA: Paul Thomson, 31 Mar 2013

V0 Boulder 3m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Pop
V0- Drum Lesson Boulder 2m
V0 Coff's Easy Exit Boulder 3m
Stand & Liver Boulder 2m
Thorn in my Pride Boulder 2m
V4 Coffs Roof Boulder
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