The Pudding Stone

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Boulder
Lots of sun!
20 mins
Uphill

This large boulder is situated in the Coppermines Valley above Coniston. There are several good smaller boulders scattered around the main boulder. Guidebook page 86.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Hopping Route
Hop up the descent route.
 V0 4c
2
The Full Traverse
Go in either direction taking the easiest line.
 V2 5c
3
Winnerah’s Climb
The small overhang with a prominent crack.
 V1 5b
4
Problem 4
The arete using a thin break above the roof.
 V4 6B
5
Problem 5
The wall finishing via a short crack.
 
Fluttery
V1 5b
6
Problem 6
Climb the steep wall past a flake.
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
V1 5b
7
Problem 7
The arete on good holds.
 
Fluttery
V0 4c
8
Half Crown Traverse
A low traverse of the face from right to left.
 V0+ 5a
9
Murray’s Slab
Climb the narrow slab. Avoid using the corner or the arete.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
V0+ 5a
10
Murray’s Corner Top 50
An old classic.
1 user comment
 
3 Stars
Fluttery
V0 4c
11
Bower's Scoop
Fairly impressive for the early 1900s.
 
2 Stars
V0+ 5a
12
Problem 12
Pull through the overhang and finish via the layback crack.
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
V1 5b
13
Problem 13
Pull through the overhang and climb the wall left of the crack.
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
V1 5b
14
Problem 14
The left arete.
 
1 Stars
V2 5c
15
Lip Traverse
Traverse the lip of the bulge from right to left.
 
2 Stars
Strong
V3 6A
16
Multim in Parvo
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
V0 4c
17
Problem 17
The wall finishing via a small flake.
 
Bumstart
V0+ 5a
18
The Scoop
The scoop in the middle of the wall.
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
V1 5b
19
Grooved Arete
 V0- 4b
20
Problem 20
The wall without using either arete.
 V1 5b
21
Problem 21
The arete.
 V0+ 5a
22
Problem 22
Climb the slab at any point.
 V0- 4b
23
Problem 23
A low-level traverse of the slab.
 V0 4c
24
The Edge
Monkey along the sharp edge from right to left.
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
V1 5b
25
Left Arete
The wall just left of the arete.
 V0+ 5a
26
The Crack
A great problem calling on long forgotten techniques. Usually climbed using a high hold on the right wall. Desperate if you...
 
3 Stars
Strong
V3 6A
27
Right Arete
A fingery problem using layback holds on the arete and crimps on the wall. Photo on page 76.
 
1 Stars
Crimpy
V5 6C
28
The Face
Thin face climbing on minute holds.
 
2 Stars
Crimpy
V6 7A
29
Problem 29
Layback the arete.
 V0 4c
30
Back Crack
The crack at the back.
 VB 4a