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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.
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.
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!
★ 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
|V1||★||Pick your battles|