This medium sized boulder sitting right at the end of frontline very close to the road, hence the name. You can hear cars zooming by while you're topping out on some easy climbs

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Keep walking past Area Q and you can see it from there. Just a few more steps.

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The first 7 routes here are all located on a separate boulder located directly West of the cave climbs in Area Q.

Sit start off the lip of the little cave.

Stand start at the blunt arete on opposing slopey sidepulls.

Straight up from the top of the tiny cave.

Start from the lower break and head straight up to top out.

Start in the even-lower break and out over the little roof.

From an approximately head-high jug, up to the protruding rock and over.

Start on the big ledge and go up over the prow.

Straight up the wall.

Double undercling start, around bulge to crimps then bust to jugs.

Start: Sit

FA: Matt Wilder

Finish straight up.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

Finish right.

Start: Sit

FA: Tim O'Neill

Start low and left of the arete, up through the nice holds.

You'd better scope out the top of this one first! Up horizontal breaks to lovely rounded holds on top.

Start: Sit

Mauricio Chino

FA: Tim O'Neill

Start on the far right side triangle shaped jug near the burnt tree stump and traverse all the rails and jugs to the left linking with boulder 'H?'.

Straight up the wall and top out over the slightly overhanging boulder.

Don't get crossed up on this one. Long first moves to a tough mantle next to the boulder.

FA: Tim O'Neill

Up from the jug to a tricky mantle.

Up over the nose.

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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.

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.

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