Roadside Boulders

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Boulder
Evening sun

The main two boulders lie either side of the stream. On the north side, 200m above the road, is another group of blocks which are left for you to explore - in particular a striking crimpy wall which looks as if it is covered in hieroglyphics.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Problem 1
 
Bumstart
f5 5c
2
Problem 2
Up the wall trending left from a sit-down start.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
Bumstart
f5+ 6a
3
South Boulder Flake
The flake is a nice steep line on good holds.
 
1 Stars
f5 5c
4
South Boulder Eliminate
A worthwhile eliminate if the flake and arete are ignored.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Bumstart
f6C
5
South Boulder Arete
The right-hand arete from a sitting start. Photo on page 133.
 
Bumstart
f5 5c
6
The Low Traverse
Start up the previous problem but stay low all the way.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
Bumstart
Pumpy
f6C
7
The High Traverse
Traversing a little higher is much more amenable - especially for the tall.
 
1 Stars
f5+ 6a
8
North Boulder Low Traverse
Can be done either way.
 f6A
9
Problem 9
Straight up the middle of the wall.
 f4 5a
10
Problem 10
The arete from a sitting start.
 
1 Stars
Bumstart
f5+ 6a
11
Problem 11
Up into the mini-groove and top-out.
 
1 Stars
Bumstart
Strong
f7A
12
Problem 12
A good lip traverse which can be extended into Problem 8 and onwards for the full block rotation at V6.
 
1 Stars
Bumstart
f6C