Carpark boulders




The large boulder found in the carpark under the Main Wall

Access issues inherited from Mountain Quarry

The gravel road into the quarry runs off the carpark on Coulston Road and has a combination-locked gate (normally locked), the code to which can be obtained from the Department of Parks and Wildlife Perth Hills District office (9290 6100). The quarry is also easily accessible on foot from the car park on Coulston Road. Don't leave valuables in your car.


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Sitstart as for smooth jazz sit. Delicately rock left onto the face when you reach the smooth jazz stand holds.

Sit start low on the arete.

Ashley T

FA: Simon Peters

Stand Start The left arete

Sitstart flake below mr bump. Left heel on a spike to start. Pull on and reach for the start of mr bump.

Maint: David mason, 26 May 2021

Pull on under cling and blast for top

Sit Start of V-juice into Mr Bump. Powerful and Technical.

Originally graded v9/10 by the FAer but alternative beta has been found which might make it slightly easier.

Gareth W

Liam D


FA: Jarrod May

Start sat on same flake as the mr bump sit. Move up and right into VJuice stand.

Stand Start then big move up to a V shape feature.

Sit start. Hard punchy start sequence, then big move up to a V shape feature. Stand start is V5.


Link start of Bumble into V-Juice via crimpy traverse.

Savage Crimpy Traverse. Sit start V-Juice and traverse right to finish up jugs.


Gavin C

Eliminate. Sit start as for Bumble and go left along the obvious high rail. Go all the way to the left area and top out above Mr Bump.

Extension to High Traverse, starting right at the back of the boulder, traversing on slopers (top of the boulder) and dropping into High Traverse when you reach Mission Ignition.

Sit Start obvious long hold. Straight up.

Sit start. Blast up and right. Fucking hard.

Mitch W

Still a proj?

Sit start left arete, up to the start jug of Mr Bump, then right to V-Juice(Stand) holds and finish as for V-Juice. You could link into finger hooks, but why on earth would you want to..?

Surprising and technical beta, Powerful and hard, and has been linked in two overlapping segments.

Sit Start Compression on the end of the back boulder.

One move wonder + Morpho = Classic?

Sit start with hands on the aretes (LH near RH start of Mission Ignition). Slap up using the jugs on Mission Ignition.

Sit start and straight up on drilled pockets.

Gavin C

Sit Start as drilled, traverse right on pockets over to the right edge, and then up.

Gavin C

From the sit get both pockets and head straight up via a hidden hold on the shelf and a slap for the top.

Gavin C

Sit start in pockets. Up using slopers and arete.

Gavin C

Contrived. Sit Start on pockets and trend left using slopers. (Eliminate arete.)

Robin (First Problem in the video)

Gavin C

Sit start matched on the edge on the small right arete.

Sit start on the large flat ledge and throw up and right.

Sit start as #2 on the flat ledge and make awkward moves to gain edges out and left. Trend left to top.

Sit start and climb #2b, then once you gain the good edges out left, continue traversing left to finish as for Right Boulder Traverse. Full value/pumpy finish.

The classic traverse on this boulder. Stand start on good edges and trend left along the obvious rails. Once you reach the end of the long rail, move straight up to the lip and top out.

Sit start, left hand crimp and right hand on the vague arete.

Gavin C

Dyno from the lower flat ledge to the top

Sit start the carck.

Start in the two pockets on the right of the overhang. Slap to the lip and top out.

Gavin C

Sit start right hand in the left most of the two pockets and left hand small crimp. Big move to the lip.

Robin (Last problem in the video)

Follow the thin seam up the right side of the slab. Walk off left once you reach the mud! Could definitely do with a clean.

Up the easy slab. Finish at the break and top out in the corner

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