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The Plateau Boulders

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 25
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Highest point of the crag, and the end of the trail. Plenty of cool easier climbs on some strangely formed rock leading to some interesting features.

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Looks nails.

Height-dependant lowball dyno. Harder for shorties.

Sit start and up the slab to a tricky mantle.

FA: Meedu Samaraweera, Mar 2018

A famous quote from the infamous Mr H Rawls.

Sit start and flow right to the slopey jug with a bit of footwork, mantling up and over the mini shelf via a scoop over the lip.

FA: Meedu Samaraweera, Mar 2018

Starting RH sidepull and LH higher small pocket follow the pockets towards the top. Feet off lower left boulder. If you use the lower left boulder, grade is VB.

Sit start matched on the ledge and journey through the bowels, The Revenant-style, topping out at the huge jug.

Start low and go directly upwards via massive jugs.

Same beta as for AHWAN

Stand start on slopey sidepull and traverse right before lunging to big toilet bowl jug.

Starting matched in pocket go up leftwards to top out.

Starting matched in pocket goes up rightwards.

Sit start as low as possible on the sidepull and go directly upwards.

Start on pockets and go directly upwards.

Looks very hard but possible.

Up runnel.

Crouch start on sidepull as low as possible and make way up to the peak to top out.

Start on two sloper pockets and top out as for Zig Zag.

Start on sidepull and finish at peak.

Start on low sidepull and finish directly upwards.

Start as far on the right as the groove goes and traverse all the way left to the peak.

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