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Monolith area

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 17
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Description

Characterised by large boulders that probably have trad/sport potential with a few established problems.

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

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Highball Slab crack. Top is a little scary.

FA: Oliver Chen

Up slab starting on little edges. Just right around the corner is 'Tombstone'

FA: Steve Holland

Start on obvious jug and up the tombstone. Feet onto ramp to top out. All time highball.

Project? Face? Scoop? Time will tell

Sit start on crimps. Powerful moves on positive edges. Fragile holds.

Crouch start with low opposing slopers (left hand as low on the left arete as you can). Hard first move into a fun mantle.

FA: Robin Yang, 2018

Initially done on gear. Possible highball crack? V2 stand start. V5/6 low start.

Highball. Project. Up arete.

Sit start on blocky pinch. Up through edges. Powerful. Good problem.

Stand Start. Vnot that hard. Compress up the arete.

FA: Andy Lampard

Who knows - looks cool though...

Lay back crack. Leafy thing in the way.

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