Bobby Dazzler

Adjacent Areas
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Boulder
Sun and Shade
Level
15 mins
Sheltered

This slabby little wall increases in size as it runs rightwards. Near the left-hand side is the prominent jamming crack of Primitive Crack and the right-hand side is marked by the awkward Fluted Crack. The bouldering here mostly ends at the ramp of Piano.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
The Hulk
8m. The wall to a reachy finish.
 
Reachy
E1 5c
2
Green Man
8m. The right side of the wall is like climbing a big Swiss cheese.
 
1 Stars
VS 4c
3
Evergreen Wall
The bumpy wall left of Primitive Crack is testing at the grade.
 
Technical
Crimpy
V0+ 5b
4
Primitive Crack
8m. The jamming crack is good, if a bit short lived. Often used as a descent by the competent.
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
S 4a
5
Dingly Dell
The wall right of Primitive Crack usually feels hard for the grade. Climb up then trend right to the break and an easy finish.
 
1 Stars
Technical
V2 5c
6
Bobby Dazzler
Climb the left-hand side of the first flute. The start feels (mighty) tough for the grade.
 
2 Stars
Technical
V2 5c
7
Autowind
The right-hand fluting and wall to its right give a few hard moves before the ramp on the right can be reached.
 
1 Stars
Technical
V3 6a
8
Twinkle Toes
The line of non-holds up the steep slab.
 
1 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
V5 6b
9
Robber's Dog
Head up the wall just to the left of the Fluted Crack's arete to easy ground. The arete should be avoided, unless you can't....
 
1 Stars
Technical
V2 5c
10
Piano
16m. A nice pitch. Start up the crack then use the flake on the left to access the ramp. Balance up this until the flutings...
 
2 Stars
Rounded
S 4c
11
Fluted Crack
12m. The wide crack has an 'udgy' start.
 
1 Stars
S 4b
12
Penny Whistle
12m. The fingery wall just to the right of the crack eases with height, as they all do hereabouts.
 
1 Stars
Technical
E2 5c