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Three boulders with some fun climbing. Dries very quickly.

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Easily up the layaway arete.

FA: Tim O'Neill

Find shallow mono above head height 1m R of "Sherman Tank". Up using this with R hand. Sherman Tank is off.

Up the middle of the eastern rock, from the middle. Up through some slabby crimps

Left of yellow streak and up overhung boulder

Right of yellow streak and up overhung boulder

FA: Rob Saunders

Right slabby arete of western side. Usually pretty sandy. Bad fall

FA: Rob Saunders

Up the crimps between You Go Slow and You Go Slopia without using any holds on the arete or the big edges out left.

Mantle on the slopers and then balance to the top.

FA: Tim O'Neill

Left of You Go Slow, up the crimps

Left of 'C?', up the streak of lichen.

Sit start, pinch, squeeze and wiggle your way up the knife edge arete.

Mauricio Chino

FA: Saxon Johns

Desperate rounded sidepull climbing in the alley up the face.

Left of The Pincer Movement, follow chalked cobwebbed crack.

Elijah Mercado

FA: Sharik Walker

One hard move on small crimps.

FA: Tim O'Neill

Start from the obvious left hand sidepull and work your way rightward using the slopey crimps to finish up Missile Silo. Better avoid it when wet.

Go up from above the low white scoop. Westernmost face of The Corridor Boulders.

Small dyno on slabby wall. Start from two good jugs on the right side of the wall and swing towards the left, up towards a good jug which you can match. Then climb towards circular jug at the topout on the top left.

Directly to the right of the tree. Westernmost face of The Corridor Boulders.

Sit start on the horizontal break, move up via some angled crimps and top out over bulge feature.

Full Metal Jacket Original but exit out right via a small left hand crimp and another right sidepull. Jug bulge is out for hands and feet.

Hugo Hornshaw

FA: Hugo Hornshaw, 4 Aug 2021

Start with hands on the lowest side-pulls (the right hand is below the lower horizontal seam right at the bottom of the vertical seam where it tapers off), head powerfully up the overhanging arete.

The original problem 'Full Metal Jacket (Original)' uses all the sidepulls and generally requires a high heel hook.

FA: Rob Saunders

Start with hands on the lowest side-pulls (the right hand is below the lower horizontal seam right at the bottom of the vertical seam where it tapers off) and don't skip any!

See also: Full Metal Jacket, a V5 variant skipping the shallow right sidepull.

Rounded bulge catching the sidepulls then lunge to the knob with your left.

Start: Sit

FA: Adam Griffiths

Rounded bulge catching the sidepulls then lunge to the knob with your right.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

Start on flake then pocket and up to slot and mantle over.

Start: Sit

FA: Will Holbrook

Start on flake to the jug right side of the cavity, big push to the crimp up and to the right, top out like Full Metal Jacket

Set: 6 Aug 2021

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Author(s): Mike Forward and Peter Balint

Date: 2023

With 2065 bouldering problems ranging from V0-V15 across 57 areas nestled around Sydney, the all new Sydney Bouldering Guide will keep you occupied for years to come. Just because we live in Sydney we'll try not to be biased but honestly this city has some amazing bouldering and usually not more than a few minutes off the road or some even near parks and train stations. There's no need to camp out and trek for hours to get to world class problems, they're right on your door step.

Authors Mike Forward and Peter Balint spent over 7 years putting this guide together and is the first new bouldering guide for Sydney in over 20 years. It's over 350 colour pages including 600+ colour photo tops, crag tops, amazing images and more.

Author(s): Neil Monteith & Simon Carter

Date: 2021

ISBN: 9780645299908

Featuring 1142 climbing routes located at 24 of the best crags in the Sydney area, this A5 size guide book is super user friendly with easy to use colour cliff topos and access maps. Covers sport and trad climbing at a variety of grades, something for everyone.

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