Help

Trackside

Seasonality

J
F
M
A
M
J
J
A
S
O
N
D

Description

the first boulders you see from the track

Access issues inherited from Mt Randall (Bouldering)

Located in a national park - respect the bushland and the rock!

Ethic inherited from Mt Randall (Bouldering)

Climbing is a privilege not a right – please respect the bushland and the rock. Where possible preserve the natural flora and keep to tracks to minimize impact. Clean tick marks and caked chalk with a good scrubbing. Although some older problems are chipped and glued this is no longer tolerated. No chipping or gluing.

Routes

Add route(s) Add topo Reorder Bulk edit Convert grades
Grade Route

Traverse right along arete and top out at peak. Awesome feature.

Start right hand on undercling crimp, left low on the arete. Up to vertical edges then top. Avoid jugging up the arete.

Eliminate.

Stand Start with both hands on the undercling hold of squamish and trend right up the boulder on sculpted edges and technical feet. Eliminate the arete until the finish.

Finish by reaching as close as you can to the highest point of the boulder

Stellar.

FA: 2017

Stand start on obvious edge, top out as 'The Arete'.

Sit start on side pulls and low feet up to pinches. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=av5rPtnHiRU

FA: Clinton Martinengo, 2016

Through the undercling, big move up to slopey features. Awkward and poor feet.

Stand start. Up slab, avoiding right hand arete. Tricky top out.

Sit start. Up arete, laying back to the left.

Slab warm up. Variants across slab.

Stand start on obvious edges. Up into scoop to top

Start on uncomfortable R crimp and a choice of left crimps, and go straight up into scoop. Delicate,

FA: Mitch Woodward, 2 Oct 2016

Did you know?

Did you know that you can create an account to record, track and share your climbing ascents? Thousands of climbers are already doing this.

Activity

Check out what is happening in Trackside.

Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 한국어 中文