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Northern Tablelands

World class granite bouldering, epic gorges, decades of trad history and plenty of sport to go round

Stonehenge

Park right next to the problem you're working

Stonehenge
North-East cluster

Drive in past the buildings, after the water tank turn left and drive until there is no more rock.

Stonehenge North-East cluster
Nose rock

A large high boulder with a slight nose formation on its south east face. North face is home to a hard highball problem.

V0 NE1The Nose

Up the prominent nose, easy but exposed all the way to top. Jump off NE2

V1 NE2

Slightly harder face climb

V0 NE3

Nice face climb

V1 NE4

SDS, to pinch, under cling and then smear to top right

V0 NE5

Start at horizontal crack, crimps and smear with good hold right at the back

NE6

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NE7

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V0 NE8 Handle With Care

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V0 NE9 Rabbit Trap

Crimps up onto slab trending slightly rightwards via smallish hollowish flake system. Higher and harder than NE10 with awkward landing be careful.

V0 NE10

Nice crimps up slab left of the blunt arete, definitive V0! For bonus points try the no hands bridging hopping problem stemming between Egor and the other side of the offwidth/chimney.

V0 The Blunt Arete Directe!

Directe up the blunt arete between Egor and NE10. Do not stray a foot left, do not stray a foot right, climb proud, straight and up! Has the most solid holds of the bunch on this side of the slab.

V0+ Egor

Climbs the slab right of the blunt arete next to NE10, bit harder and more sketchy than it's neighbor, careful with the landing.

V1 NE11 Ramp Traverse

Several mantle problems

V0 Cliffhangers' Gate

Offwidth/chimney on the Ramp Traverse side of the "Cliffhanger" looking blocs, from standing.

V1 Junior Burger Anti-Vaxxers

The sit start variant of Cliffhangers' Gate. If you found the sitter tough; you are not alone.

V0 Cliffhangers' Shaft

Past Cliffhangers' Gate midway of the chimney, wedge-tail start with both feet on long low smiley moustache and both hands on the small ear at around waist height for the tick. Now press and worm your way up and out the chimney. Can be done from the ground bit easier with a chicken-wing start.

V2 NE12

crimps, then verticle rail to top

V2 NE13

Sharp crimps up arete then awkward mantle

V4 NE14 The Wave

Jump to crimps, traverse right and then mantle

V6 NE14V The Wave Direct

Burly SDS to NE14

V1 NE15

V shaped match then slap to top

V1 NE16

Starts at what looks like a chipped hold

V6 NE17

Thin ledges to shallow right pocket, left pinch and then up to the right

V2 NE18

Loose easy flake - choose your own adventure

NE19

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V0 NE20

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V1 NE21

Thin slab

V5 Direct

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V5 NE22

Hard thin over hung moves

Stonehenge
Central Cluster

Drive into the recreation area past the picnic area and continue straight when the gravel stops. Follow worn dual track straight ahead until you see the concrete water tank ahead on your left. You are now in the Central cluster, boulders are south and north of the track.

Stonehenge Central Cluster
V5 C1

Lots of thin sharp stuff facing the wrong way and then a nice cresent way up high

V1 C2

Has 'Gents' painted on the rock

V1 C3

Start at flanged crack and reach up to cresent, don't use the jug to the right

V0 C4

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V0 C5

Choose your own slab adventure!

V0 C6

Choose your own slab adventure!

V0 C7

Choose your own slab adventure!

V0 C8

Choose your own slab adventure!

V0 C9

Choose your own slab adventure!

V0 C10

Choose your own slab adventure!

V4 What a Silly Goat

Starts at the far left of the undercling. Use small edges and smear points to Traverse over the face. Finishes around the corner where the slab can be stood on.

Optionally complete the full circuit around the boulder. ~V0 for this part.

Aggressive shoes will help. Consider filing toenails more than usual as most footholds only allow for toe tips.

Stonehenge
South-West cluster

After the building turn right and drive carefully straight south

Stonehenge South-West cluster
V1 SW7

Nice holds, bad landing

V3 SW8

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V1 SW9

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V0 SW10

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V0 SW11

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V0 SW12

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V0 SW13

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V0 SW14

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V0 SW15

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V1 SW16

SDS with two shallow monos wide apart, up to cresent

Butt Face Boulder

Broken/split boulder featured with cracks on the western side of Moby Dick boulder.

Stonehenge South-West cluster Butt Face Boulder
V1 Butt Crack

Sit Start. Into crack and up.

V0 SW5

Mantle

V3 Organ Donor

Sit Start. Hug boulder using obviious underclings and side-pulls and work your way up awkwardly using laybacks and toe/heel jams to SW5 matle features.

V0 Cunningham Jnr.

Sit start and mantle onto start holds. Up over buldge on crimps.

V1 SJW

Start at flake as for OHC but mantle onto it and up

V1 Opera House Crack

Sit start layback off large flake. Traverse Left into base of chimney crack. Up crack to top.

Stonehenge South-West cluster
Moby Dick Boulder

The large obvious boulder in the southwest cluster

Stonehenge South-West cluster Moby Dick Boulder
V0 Thirst Drop?

Sit start for the tick. Up the chimney (MDB descent route), topout via the tail-stem chockstone.

V0 Moby Dick Traverse

Traverse crack from far right until left arete.

V1 MDT extension

At the end of the traverse, set yourself and grab the finger jug above the traverse line on the arete, then mantle to top!

V0 MDT Drop

MDT into Thirst Drop? Crux is the transition into the chimney, seems the natural finish to MDT, great boulder!

V0+ B's Knees

Wall on right side of Thirst Drop? chimney. Stand start inching your way to the break if you can't reach it from the ground (no standing on pebbles). Mantle the break and topout via the mossy slab and crack for the tick, don't fall here!

V6 Blow Hole Ascension

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V5 Whale Scale

Glued on hold near top.

V3 SW6

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V6/7 Free Willy

Sit start low and left on obvious jug, move up and right through features to pocket. Continue right into crimps in dish, big moves up and right then mantle. Probably done a while ago.

V0+ MDB Craic

Sit start and work your way up the offwidth on the Free Willy side of MDB, classic!

Stonehenge South-West cluster
Whale Tale

The split away boulder at the south end of Moby Dick

Stonehenge South-West cluster Whale Tale
V1 Whale Tale

Awkward bulge

V1 Surly Steve and the finger bang

Sit start. Finger bang surly Steve in his rocky eyeballs to glory.

Stonehenge
South East Cluster

Drive in to the recreation area and past the picnic area and follow road to the right. When the gravel runs out drive slowly through the grass to the south east. Most obvious boulder is the large boulder that is split in half.

Stonehenge South East Cluster
Split in Half Boulder

The large boulder that is split in half creating 4 nice aretes to climb and some harder thin crimpy faces.

Stonehenge South East Cluster Split in Half Boulder
V1 S10

Pull down NOT out!

V2 - 4 S10.1

Climb the left arete.

V7 Break Free

Climb the right arete.

V0 S11

Using only left arete.

V0 S12

Using only right arete.

V6 S17

Start looks impossible but decent further up

V6 S18

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Stonehenge South East Cluster
Mushroom Boulder

Very small short boulder that resembles a mushroom.

Stonehenge South East Cluster Mushroom Boulder
V2 S1

Sit start under the lip of mushroom.

V0 S2

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V1 S3

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Stonehenge South East Cluster
V0 S4

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V0 S5

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V0 S6

Easy slab

V4 S7

Highball

V0 S8

Trend left

V0 S9

Same start as S8 but reach right to jug

V0 S13

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V0 S14

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V0 S15

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V0 S16

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