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Description

There are several sets of boulders on the sides of the highway, this one shows the most promise so far. There are several hand cracks, and potential for a bunch of other things. Probably State Forest land

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Approach

If heading to Cooma, park near the 'Welcome Cooma-Monaro Country' sign. if heading the other way, park where you can after seeing the boulders on the hill on the left. Alternate access via Monterey Road, although 4wd necessary.

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Stand start on the jug, staying left of the crack

FA: Dane Evans, 26 Jan 2019

Sit start left of two cracks. Stay off the jugs on the face, or it's a V0.

FA: Bonnie, 26 Jan 2019

Sit start the hand crack on the right. A very nice granite crack, no gloves required

FA: Dane Evans, 26 Jan 2019

Sit start on the low jugs. On the boulder left of stone axe. Up through the sidepulls to top out

Stand start on the boulder shaped like a stone axe, above the hip height edge. Traverse right then top out. Sit start to be added which will add a few grades

FA: Dane Evans, 18 May 2019

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Stand start on the two left small crimps. traverse until you reach the small surface crack. Side pull up crack until at the top of the large boulder (not the smaller one on top).

FA: Tim Hall, 31 Jul

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