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Chossland Guide

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 5

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Thanks to the following people who have contributed to this crag guide:

Xavier Inuxente Nick Robson

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Table of contents

1. Chossland 4 routes in Unknown

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Seasonality

All Bouldering

description

The left part of King Davids Overhang. Left because of its chossy appearance, this boulder has yet two of the most amazing dynos ever. Definitely worth a... fly!

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Baby Jordan

Same line as Michael Jordan is a God but with all the intermediate holds. Fun and easy!

Set by Zig & Xavier, 2014

FA: Zig, 2014

V1 Boulder 3m
2 Michael Jordan is God

From the good starting holds left of Smile, dyno to the lip of the roof. A nice mantle to finish. Amazing fly!

Set by Zig & Xavier

FA: Xavier, 2014

V5 Boulder 3m
3 Smile

Same line as The Promised Dunk but this time the intermiate ledge and undercling in the roof are in! Don't smile too early though, the final mantle is still waiting for you. Intense boulder!

Set by Zig & Xavier

FA: Xavier

V4 Boulder 3m
4 The Promised Dunk

From the chalked start hold, get angry and dyno to the lip of the roof. This superman fly is followed by a heartpounding mantle. Athletic & aerial! Open project

Set by Zig & Xavier

Boulder 3m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Pop
V1 Baby Jordan Boulder 3m
V4 Smile Boulder 3m
V5 Michael Jordan is God Boulder 3m
? The Promised Dunk Boulder 3m
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