Roadside Boulder Guide

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 3

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Table of contents

1. Roadside Boulder 1 route in Boulder



All Bouldering

Lat / Long: -36.775583, 146.764180


A few problems to be found there, while waiting for your driver to finish climbing.


Opposite the parks sign (before the new toilet) is a boulder right on the road.


Trad climbing rules here! Bolts are a last resort! Most of the major aid lines can be done clean using modern gear unless noted. Freeing of aid sections should probably attempted as trad before resorting to fixed artificial protection.

inherited from Mount Buffalo
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Waiting for reception

Up the crack. This may also be the easiest way down.

FFA: Michael Salt, 11 Feb 2015

V1 Boulder 4m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Pop
V1 Waiting for reception Boulder 4m
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