Skyline Boulders



Access issues inherited from The Airstrip

Private Land.

Please observe the NZAC sign posted at the entrance to the farm. A $5 donation is suggested for bouldering trips.

Ethic inherited from The Airstrip

No Chipping. Chalk is OK.


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Slap and compress your way through the small steep boulder to the left of #1.

FA: Marco Lefebvre, Oct 2019

Called 'Dwarf Toss' due to the high starting hold (jump start for many).

Delicate rock-over to balancy mantle.

Starts from the obvious undercling and follows runnels on bulge to topout.

Jugs on left are eliminated.

"Hop On" from the adjacent rock and follow the jugs.

Sit start on obvious crimpers. Move upwards to obvious jugs and topout.

Cheat-stone makes it easier, while pulling off a right heelhook is more exciting.

Painful sit start on sharp crimps and a spike for the heel. Pinch your way up the arete.

FA: Marco Lefebvre, 29 Jul 2020

A circuit around and under the leaning rock without touching the grass.

Sit start. One move wonder. Left hand takes vertical slot. Smear then big move.

Start on two small edges below the start of #1. Big move up to the nose.

FA: Marco Lefebvre, Oct 2019

Sit start straddling the chock stone with the left on a flat edge and the right on a sharp undercling. Head straight up.

Climb the face.

Climb the back of the nose from a sit start.

Climb the slightly over hung face from a sit start.


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