Slab Edge Guide

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 25

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Table of contents

1. Slab Edge 25 routes in Crag



All Bouldering


Two small/medium North facing buttresses with heavily featured slabs and bulges of near perfect rock, plus the lovely Harpoon Boulder!


Up the road 30m from Legoland turn right just befire National Park sign where rock becomes visible.

access issues

None known at this stage. Some rock formations may have significance to traditional owners so I would leave the drills at home.

inherited from Lake Copeton


Its a bouldering area. If you found a route worth bolting you should get permission from the local authorities.

inherited from Lake Copeton

1.1. Slab D'vine 15 routes in Boulder

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 SD1

Far left of the slab off the thin semi-detached plate, potentially bad landing.

V1 Boulder 3m
2 Slab Edge

Start off ground between SD1 and SD3 gaining the slab sans detached plate/shelf moving right to finish up SD3, Mega.

V2 Boulder 4m
3 SD3

Right of SD2 starting off the large shelf up via crimps.

V0+ Boulder 3m
4 SD4

Short wall left of gully.

VB Boulder 3m
5 SD5

From the ground climb the short offwidth/gully.

VB- Boulder 3m
6 SD6

Climb the left arete and wall of short slab right of gully.

VB- Boulder 3m
7 SD7

Sit start to SD6 from left arete.

VB Boulder 3m
8 SD8

Short wall between the aretes, with both aretes out.

VB- Boulder 3m
9 SD9

Sit start to SD8, stay away from both aretes for the tick.

V0- Boulder 3m
10 SD10

Large flake from standing.

VB- Boulder 3m
11 SD11

Sit start to SD10.

VB Boulder 3m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
12 SD12

Slab immediately right of flake sans flake via crimp avoiding the nice features of SD13 to the right.

VB+ Boulder 3m
13 SD13

Centre of slab right of large flake.

VB Boulder 3m
14 SD14

Blunt arete/rib right of tree branches

VB Boulder 3m
15 SD15

Sit start to SD14 from arete/flake and crimp.

VB+ Boulder 3m

1.2. Crack D'vine 5 routes in Boulder



Buttress right of Slab D'vine, climbing starts directly opposite SD15 at/left of trees.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 CD1

Stand start from the low ledge and ascend the slab utilising the flake of the arete/rib.

V0- Boulder 3m
2 CD2

Sit start to CD1 from undercut and low crimp.

V0 Boulder 3m
3 Crack D'vine

Climb the lovely crack.

VB Boulder 3m
4 CD8

Coarse slab right of Crack D'vine sans crack.

V0 Boulder 3m
5 CD9

Far right of buttress, sit start from left side of large detached flake traversing it to the right (low small ledge is out). Once established on the flake transition directly onto the main slab and traverse left to finish up Crack D'vine.

V0- Boulder 5m

1.3. Harpoon Boulder 5 routes in Boulder



Small boulder in front of Slab D'vine with some surprisingly good easy problems.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Ha1

Right of boulder via blunt arete/rib and good flake.

VB Boulder 2m
2 Ha2

Sit start to Ha1 from undercut and crimps, detached block out.

VB+ Boulder 2m
3 Ha3

Middle of short wall.

VB+ Boulder 2m
4 Ha4

Sit start as for Ha2 moving left to finish up Ha3.

V0- Boulder 2m
5 Harpoon

Left side of boulder/tree, ascend the slab via flake. Detached block far left is out.

VB+ Boulder 2m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Pop Area
VB- SD10 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
SD5 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
SD6 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
SD8 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
VB SD11 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
SD13 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
SD14 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
SD4 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
SD7 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
Crack D'vine Boulder 3m 1.2. Crack D'vine
Ha1 Boulder 2m 1.3. Harpoon Boulder
VB+ SD12 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
SD15 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
Ha2 Boulder 2m 1.3. Harpoon Boulder
Ha3 Boulder 2m 1.3. Harpoon Boulder
Harpoon Boulder 2m 1.3. Harpoon Boulder
V0- SD9 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
CD1 Boulder 3m 1.2. Crack D'vine
CD9 Boulder 5m 1.2. Crack D'vine
Ha4 Boulder 2m 1.3. Harpoon Boulder
V0 CD2 Boulder 3m 1.2. Crack D'vine
CD8 Boulder 3m 1.2. Crack D'vine
V0+ SD3 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
V1 SD1 Boulder 3m 1.1. Slab D'vine
V2 Slab Edge Boulder 4m 1.1. Slab D'vine
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