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Table of contents
8 in Area
Creek Boulders 8 in Area
- 1.1.1. Slabsville 1 in Boulder
- 1.1.2. Freaky Frigette 4 in Boulder
- 1.1.3. Viewing flatform 1 in Boulder
- 1.1.4. 2 0 in Boulder
- 1.1.5. Lazy Sunday 1 in Boulder
- 1.1.6. 4 0 in Boulder
- 1.1.7. Shin Smashing Good Times 0 in Boulder
- 1.1.8. Crystals In The Blood 1 in Boulder
- 1.1.9. Cranky Old Brown Snake 0 in Boulder
Pine Ridge 0 in Area
- 1.2.1. Pine Ridge Butress 0 in Cliff
- 1.3. South Western Cluster 0 in Area
- 1.1. Creek Boulders 8 in Area
- 2. Index by grade
Lat / Long: -30.897053, 151.140180
Area behind the TSR on the western side of the New England Highway. The granite here is so sharp that you will be crying for your mummy. But the features are so good, you will be winking at your lover.
public but its my understanding that it has been leased to a local for grazing.
Please close all gates that you enter into and out of TSR, please don't spook stock and Above all PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE ANY RUBBISH! This is the easiest way to get locals off side!
Lat / Long: -30.898200, 151.140541
Boulders along the creek track
If you have a four wheel drive you can cross the creek, if not leave your car parked off the main track(Its a driveway too) and walk up the track.
Most boulders within a ten minute walk.
Lat / Long: -30.898772, 151.141402
Two highball slab boulders, one is split in half. Plenty of sharp crimps and just as much lichen and moss.
take the track across the creek, its about 5 minutes on foot.
Set by Deon Heemskerk, 10 Apr 2016
Lat / Long: -30.897839, 151.140340
Large, long feature packed boulder. 30m further down the track from Slabsville and about 10m up the hill off the track.
★ Almost Envy
Layback, jam or semi slab.. Do it your way..
FA: Deon Heemskerk, 10 Apr 2016
★★★ Cookie Cutter
Follows the obvious crack line. Starts on a crimp and sloper then reach deep inside for another sloper, before throwing to the main crack. Jam your left knuckle then crossover layback using two obvious face footers. Warning the crux is the top.
★ Pick your battles
Slab problem 1m to the left of crack "Almost Envy". Tops out on ledge.
Open project up the obvious arête on razor crimps and pinches. Maybe v8ish
Lat / Long: -30.897793, 151.140209
Two small boulders next to Freaky Frigette
Set by Steve Brown, Apr 2016
FA: Steve Brown, 17 Apr 2016
Small boulder north west of Freaky Frigette
Lat / Long: -30.897502, 151.139798
The crux is down low and once on is a nice layback/ slab crack.
FA: Steve Brown, 17 Apr 2016
Lat / Long: -30.898184, 151.141209
Small boulder just down hill from Cranky Old Brown Snake
head up hill and north west of Slabsville
★ Crystals Are Not Just Skin Deep
Sit start, crux is the start. Find your feet and reach up with left till you feel the crystals penetrate your skin.
Good sized boulder with a couple of cracks on the western side. Up the hill and slightly west of Slabsville
Rocky out crop, large stacked boulders with great features.
Feature packed, fun butress on the southern side of the pine ridge. Directly up the hill from Slabville boulders.
|VB||Blackberry hold||2m||1.1.3. Viewing flatform|
|V0-||Lazy Sunday||1.1.5. Lazy Sunday|
|V0||★||Almost Envy||3m||1.1.2. Freaky Frigette|
|V1||★||Pick your battles||1.1.2. Freaky Frigette|
|★||Crystals Are Not Just Skin Deep||3m||1.1.8. Crystals In The Blood|
|V5||★★★||Cookie Cutter||5m||1.1.2. Freaky Frigette|
|Open proj||5m||1.1.2. Freaky Frigette|