The Lunar Park

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Sport
Sun from mid-morning
20 mins
Downhill
Tidal

The Lunar Park consists of two boulders on the beach below Blacknor Central - The Solar and Lunar Boulders. The routes are of similar difficulty and style to those on the nearby Diamond Slabs and Triple Slabs. The central lines are slightly tidal and all routes finish at bolt-belays.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Solar Flare
Follow the line of large pockets.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
3+
2
Sun Spot
The tricky groove.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
5a
3
Sea of Tranquillity
Start left of the large ammonite fossil. Not bolted.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
Crimpy
S
4
Moonshine
Start using the large ammonite fossil. Climb the wall on small fingery holds then move left into a shallow groove.
 
1 Stars
Crimpy
3
5
Walking on the Moon
A diagonal line across the slab. Start as for Moonshine and finish close to Half Moon.
 
1 Stars
4a
6
Dark Side of the Moon
A smooth face is climbed on slopers.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Rounded
4a
7
Lunar Eclipse
The massive pockets just right of the middle of the slab.
 
1 Stars
Reachy
2
8
Half Moon
A variation on Lunar Eclipse. Step right after 2m and foot traverse the lip until large holds are reached. Finish up a scoop.
 
1 Stars
2+
9
Full Moon
A direct start to Half Moon.
 
1 Stars
5c
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    For BLACKNOR SOUTH

    Medusa Falls
    "Overated because it looks good. Slippy rock and unbalanced after the first few m..." 27/May top50

    Vertical Thrill
    "The belay in the large block at the top have shifted significantly in the last f..." 22/Aug

    Pining for Glossop
    "Much preferred this to sacred angel: pleasantly sustained and interesting moves...." 01/Jul

    Mystical Gill
    "A straight forward pull up onto the slab, then simply walk up on a nice grippy s..." 07/May

    Love in the Mist
    "Very pleasant route that finishes all too quickly. 6a *" 02/Apr

    To Wish the Impossible
    "Super climbing, crisp holds and a bit thuggy near the top. Easier than some Batt..." 05/Feb top50

    Suburban Dave
    "Now missing a hold as I pulled off a head-sized piece of rock near the start..." 19/Jun

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