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Cave Bouldering Guide

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 24

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

Cameron Roy jonathan Whitfield Shaun McCarthy Paul Badenoch Jack Pointon Olivier GK jimmy h Guy Moore Jonathan Whitfield

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Table of contents

1. Cave Bouldering 13 routes in Sector

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Seasonality

All Bouldering

description

Random list of some of the more popular problems in the Cave

access issues

Private land with climbing club of SA arrangements. No climbing before sunrise or after sunset. No climbing on total fire ban days for Mt Lofty ranges. CCSA sticker visible on climbers cars. No climbing above cave lip or outside designated areas.

© inherited from The Cave

ethic

Sport climbing, mostly higher grades (23-32).

© inherited from Norton Summit
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Thing V4 Boulder
2 The Weakest Link V5 Boulder
3 Pinch Two Eliminate V4 Boulder
4 Ronnie's Summit Dyno V6 Boulder
5 The Big Dyno V4 Boulder
6 Standard Cave Traverse (High) V0 Boulder
7 Crystal Undercling V3 Boulder
8 The Iron Cross V3 Boulder
9 Standard Cave Traverse (Low) V2 Boulder
10 Sharik's Problem V9 Boulder
11 Luke's Undercling V5 Boulder
12 Peregrine LH Footless

Footless to the 2nd bolt

V3 Boulder
13 Peregrine Circuit

Peregrine RHV to after crux then downclimb Peregrine LHV and back to start. Slightly harder in reverse.

V3 Boulder

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Pop
V0 Standard Cave Traverse (High) Boulder
V2 Standard Cave Traverse (Low) Boulder
V3 Crystal Undercling Boulder
Peregrine Circuit Boulder
Peregrine LH Footless Boulder
The Iron Cross Boulder
V4 Pinch Two Eliminate Boulder
The Big Dyno Boulder
The Thing Boulder
V5 Luke's Undercling Boulder
The Weakest Link Boulder
V6 Ronnie's Summit Dyno Boulder
V9 Sharik's Problem Boulder
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