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  <header id="562" name="Mt Wellington" rock="Sandstone and dolerite" walk="0min to 30min" sun="Mixed sun and shade" intro="Mt Wellington offers some good opportunities for bouldering. Its a bit scattered, and dolerite is an acquired taste for bouldering. But there are lots of problems, particularly moderates with easy access for after work climbing." access="From the centre of Hobart drive up Davey Street, which becomes Huon Road, for 9.6km. Just before Fern Tree a well sign posted road (Pillinger Drive) leads off sharply to the right and winds up the mountain. Follow this for 4.2km to reach the Springs. Another 2.5km further on is a small parking bay on the left hand side of the road, which is the parking area for the Organ Pipes. To reach Lost World continue up past the parking area for a few more kilometres to a big leftwards bend in the road (9.1 km from the turn off). Keep going up the road to reach the Summit. The areas are described in the order you reach them up Pinnacle Rd."/>
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  <text class="access" id="4">Mt Wellington access map derived from the Organ Pipes Guide.</text>
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  <text class="heading1" id="628">Rocky Whelan's Cave</text>
  <text class="intro" id="629">Rocky Whelan's Cave bouldering is steep and juggy which makes for fun. &lt;br/&gt;The rock is generally compact with iron rich veins that makes edges strong enough to huck on. The problems here have been finished at prominent ‘send’ jugs below the top due to the major task of cleaning the top. There remain plenty of new problems, variations and eliminates, lip traverse anyone?&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Climbs are sent by cutting feet loose while on the send jugs, it is suggested that you then down climb until you feel comfortable jumping off. &lt;br/&gt;The cave faces North and remains dry in all but the worst of conditions.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;The cave has ‘historical significance’ at least to one passer-by, who also mentioned the painted circles appeared after a documentary was filmed at the cave. So if you don’t mind bouldering at the haunt of a murderous bush ranger and more recently lovers, this is the place for you.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Drive up the pinnacle road approximately 2km. Park in the parking bay 10m past the end of the track. Walk up the track until you see the Rocky Whelan Cave sign, approx. 3 min.</text>
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  <problem id="634" name="Peace Symbol" length="" fa="" extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="VE" number="3" stars="">Start at the peace symbol. VE if you use the tree.</problem>
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  <problem id="636" name="Physical Romance" length="" fa="" extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V0" number="6" stars="">Start on the holds at the back of the little cave, with foot on the rail. Climb out and up on big holds to the send jug.</problem>
  <problem id="637" name="Kat Leonie" length="" fa="" extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V0" number="7" stars="">Start on the lower rail, climb to the hole then finish up PR.</problem>
  <problem id="638" name="Matt loves Nat" length="" fa="" extra="(Hang)" grade="V1" number="8" stars="**">Hang on the Matt loves Nat holds. Climb straight through the hole then finish on PR send jug. This has a great double handed dyno from the starting holds worth doing just for that.</problem>
  <problem id="644" name="Cheating Heart" length="" fa="" extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V3" number="9" stars="**">Start as for Physical Romance and finish up Mat loves Nat (keep feet above the undercut, not as contrived as it sounds).</problem>
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  <problem id="645" name="Big A" length="" fa="" extra="(Hang)" grade="V1" number="10" stars="">Hang from the holds on the lip under the big A. Head for the incut ledge and finish right.</problem>
  <problem id="640" name="Glen loves Eva" length="" fa="" extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V2" number="11" stars="">Start with both hands on the low rail.</problem>
  <problem id="641" name="2018" length="" fa="" extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V3" number="12" stars="">Start on the prominent jug.</problem>
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  <text class="heading2" id="364">The Springs</text>
  <text class="intro" id="365">There are some nice sandstone boulders at the Springs, with some good slopey problems</text>
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  <text class="access" id="367">Park at the lookout, about 100m before the Springs picnic area. The roadside boulder is visible on the left just past the parking area. Walk up the road for about 30m until you can see boulders in the trees to the right. Bash through the bush to find the furthest left boulder, this is the Symbiosis boulder.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="368">Lookout Boulder</text>
  <text class="access" id="369">The first problems are on the obvious boulder at the top end of the parking area</text>
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  <problem id="371" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="       ">Sitstart at bottom of boulder and up and to the right</problem>
  <problem id="372" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="2." stars="       ">Sitstart on back of boulder</problem>
  <problem id="373" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="3." stars="       ">Sitstart further left. There are a few variations on the back of this boulder</problem>
  <text class="text" id="374">30m down the hill from the Lookout Boulder is Choose Your Own Adventure Boulder.</text>
  <problem id="375" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="1." stars="">Short dirty face left of tree.</problem>
  <problem id="376" name="Choose Your Own Adventure" extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="*">The steep western side of the boulder. Starts on nice jugs which lead to a slopey topout.</problem>
  <problem id="377" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="3." stars="">Long slab on the bottom side of the boulder. In its natural state.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="378">The next problem is on the bottom face of a boulder on about the same level as Choose Your Own Adventure, and another 20m across the hill.</text>
  <problem id="379" name="Sticky" extra="(Hang)" grade="V3" number="" stars="*">Low hang start off arete, up to slopey top out.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="380">Symbiosis Boulder</text>
  <text class="access" id="381">Walk up the road for about 50m past the parking area until you see some grey boulders in the bush to the right. The Symbiosis boulder is the furthest boulder to the left.</text>
  <image id="382" width="" src="sym3.jpg" height="342">null</image>
  <problem id="659" name="Chip Butty" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0/1" number="1." stars="">Cramped SDS under furthest lefthand 'wall'. Stays left of the crack, and the block footer lower left is out. Up wall, using left arete.</problem>
  <problem id="383" name="" length="" fa="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="2." stars="">(No. 1 in pic) Start just to the left of the ingrown tree with both hands below the bulge. Up and left through bulge. Easier (V3) if you start with one hand above bulge.</problem>
  <problem id="669" name="V5 Extended" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="2a" stars="*">Start as for Symbiosis but go left under bulge to finish up V5.</problem>
  <problem id="658" name="Synergy" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5/6" number="3." stars="*">Start as for V5 (No. 2), but go left all the way to finish up Chip Butty. Easier (V3/4) if you start with one hand above the bulge. Block footer lower left is out.</problem>
  <problem id="670" name="Synonym" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5/6" number="3a" stars="**">Start as for Symbiosis but go left under bulge to finish up Synergy.</problem>
  <problem id="384" name="Symbiosis" length="" fa="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" number="4." stars="***">(No. 2 in pic) Sit start under the bulge of rock just to the right of the ingrown tree. Up on awesome slopes, a great problem.</problem>
  <problem id="385" name="Monkey Puzzle" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V4/5" number="5." stars="**">Hard slab right of Symbosis and 1m left of arete. Mega high step onto slab, then delicately up. Having more than one mat down for the starting move is cheating. Technnical.</problem>
  <problem id="602" name="Tensegrity" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V4/5" number="6." stars="**">Start as for Monkey Puzzle, traverse left across face/slab, finish as for Symbiosis. Tenuous.</problem>
  <problem id="386" name="" length="" fa="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="7." stars="">Slabby arete 4m right of Symbiosis</problem>
  <text class="access" id="387">The next problems are in the grotty cave</text>
  <problem id="388" name="Spider Pig" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="8." stars="**">Start both hands on back wall of grotty cave. Undercling/jamb/layback/twist etc to come up and out of cave, across the gap, and finish up the right-hand wall.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <problem id="389" name="       " length="" fa="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="9." stars="">Project - middle corner of cave</problem>
  <problem id="584" name="Astrobaby" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="10." stars="">Start with both hands on the good flat hold on right side of main cave, pull into and thrutch/grovel THROUGH the slot to finish up the V0 arete (to the right of Symbiosis). Feet can work along the back wall of the "grotty cave". Not the most pleasant experience, but kind of fun. &lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;(Starting hold now broken off.)</problem>
  <problem id="390" name="       " length="" fa="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="11." stars="">High step onto slab on right side of cave, just left of chockstone block. SDS is a project.</problem>
  <problem id="618" name="One Great Moment In Evolution" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1/2" number="12.." stars="">SDS at base of previous problem (as per The Undergate). Move right and chimney thrutch grovel onto top of chockstone block, finish up V3 on left. Old school. &lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <problem id="580" name="The Undergate" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="13." stars="">Start under V3 just left of chockstone block, traverse left to corner, finish up Spider Pig.</problem>
  <problem id="391" name="       " length="" fa="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="14." stars="">Arete to the right.</problem>
  <problem id="593" name="Mini Cave Wave" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="15." stars="">Behind the chockstone block is a small 'cave'. SDS on right, move left and up and over slopey lip. Don't use either of the small boulders on the ground.</problem>
  <problem id="392" name="       " length="" fa="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="16." stars="">On the next block further right from the previous problem. On the far, highest face sitstart in middle of face and up and left to slopey topout.</problem>
  <problem id="595" name="Training for Font 3" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="17." stars="*">Start with both hands on the right-hand edge of the o/hung 'nose' at the left end of the main face. Traverse right along good slopey rail and around arête to finish up Training for Font 1.&lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <problem id="591" name="Training for Font 2" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="18." stars="*">SDS just left of right arete. Up via slopey holds, finish as for Training for Font 1.</problem>
  <problem id="588" name="Training for Font 1" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="19." stars="">Right wall of the right arête. Straight up using good holds top left, pull through to dish (wet).</problem>
  <problem id="596" name="Full Fontal (par grotte) " length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="20." stars="*">Start as for Training for Font 1, traverse left along good rail, pull up and into the 'cave' formed by the nose on the arête. Through cave and left along low face, finish top out using obvious jugs. Don't use the big block under the arête.</problem>
  <problem id="597" name="Full Fontal Full Fontal (atour arete arrondie) " length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="20a." stars="*">Start as for Training for Font 1, traverse left along good rail, pull up and go around outside of the nose on the arête (feet under). Finish as for previous problem. Don't use the big block under the arête.</problem>
  <problem id="598" name="Fontanel" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="21." stars="*">Start with both hands on the right-hand edge of the o/hung 'nose' at the left end of the main face. Traverse around outside of nose then straight up via match and mantle on edge of dish/bowl (often wet) .Don't use the big block under the arête.</problem>
  <problem id="599" name="Fontanel Éxtension " length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="22." stars="">Start as for Training for Font 1, traverse left along good rail to finish as for Fontanel. Don't use the big block under the arête.</problem>
  <problem id="600" name="Fontanel Commencer á Gauche " length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="23." stars="*">Start with both hands on the finishing jugs for Full Fontal. Traverse right to finish up Fontanel.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="660">The Shire</text>
  <text class="text" id="661">Next boulder directly left of Symbiosis Boulder.</text>
  <problem id="662" name="Gandalf For Certain This Time" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="*">SDS on right side of right arete/faux prow. Up via mantle, slopey topout. Any use of foliage or touching ground cheating.</problem>
  <problem id="663" name="The Prancing Pony" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1/2" number="2." stars="">SDS just right of Sam Gamgee. Don’t use protrusion/block on left. Trends slightly right. Slopey topout. Any use of foliage or touching ground cheating.</problem>
  <problem id="664" name="Sam Gamgee" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0/1" number="3." stars="">Lying down start directly under protruding block, both hands on obvious sidepull, both feet on right footer. Up on good holds, slopey topout. Any use of foliage or touching gtound cheating.</problem>
  <problem id="665" name="Underhill" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="4." stars="*">SDS under obvious overhang just passed faux groove left of previous problem. Slopey topout on highest rounded bulge. Any use of foliage or touching ground cheating.</problem>
  <problem id="668" name="The Real Hero" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2/3" number="5." stars="*">Lying down start as per Sam Gamgee, traverse immediately left to finish up Underhill. A great series of moves...</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="393">Jungle Block</text>
  <text class="access" id="394">There are a lot of scattered boulders in the jungle below the road. To find this one stand at the look out, and look for some small blocks to south. Walk down to these, and follow the rough track down the hill for 20m or so. You should then be able to see the block down to the right.</text>
  <image id="395" src="Mt Wellingtonjungle.jpg" height="341"/>
  <problem id="396" name="Ferny" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="" stars="">Layback up the left arete.</problem>
  <problem id="397" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="" stars="">Start as for Ferny and traverse rightwards around the whole boulder.</problem>
  <problem id="398" name="Slotted" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="11." stars="       ">Sit start 1m left of the arete at mail slot. Up face.</problem>
  <problem id="399" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="12." stars="       ">Up arete</problem>
  <problem id="400" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="13." stars="       ">Easy face 2m right of arete</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="401">Big boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="402">To get to this group of boulders head down the track to Jungle block, but instead of turning right, keep going down the hill for another 50m or so. The first of the reasonable boulders is Big boulder just below Big boulder is Ripper boulder.</text>
  <image id="403" width="300" src="BigBoulderRightArete Topo.jpg" height="452"/>
  <problem id="404" name="" extra="" grade="V?" number="1." stars="">The southern arete</problem>
  <problem id="405" name="" extra="" grade="V?" number="2." stars="">The line of 'weakness' in the centre of the block.</problem>
  <problem id="406" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="3." stars="">Stand start from the jug, up the arete. Bad landing. The sit start should go, but its a bit awkward.</problem>
  <text id="407"/>
  <text class="heading3" id="408">Ripper Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="409">Bottom boulder is a relatively clean boulder that contains a few traverse possibilities and good viewing/relaxation platform, just below Big boulder.</text>
  <image id="410" width="200" src="BottomBoulderTopo.jpg" height="400">null</image>
  <problem id="411" name="Little Ripper" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="*">Left side of arete. Sit start is a project.</problem>
  <problem id="412" name="Busted Arse Syndrome" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="" stars="">Sit start at arete, do a couple of move up, then pull on to right face.</problem>
  <problem id="413" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="2." stars="">Sit start and up slab 1m right of arete.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="414">Moss Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="415">Go directly downhill from Ripper Boulder for another 10m to this boulder.</text>
  <problem id="416" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="1." stars="">Left side of slab</problem>
  <problem id="417" name="Towards a Moss Free World" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="2." stars="">Sit start on right side of face, follow ramp leftwards.</problem>
  <problem id="418" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="3." stars="*">The bottom overhanging face of the boulder.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="419">Handlebar Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="420">Below the road at the lookout is an extensive outcrop of sandstone. Handlebar boulder is the southern most boulder of this outcrop. Drop down hill at the end of the metal barrier then follow the base of the outcrop.</text>
  <image id="421" width="" src="HandlebarTopoSmall.jpg" height="400"/>
  <problem id="422" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="1." stars="">Up left hand side of face.</problem>
  <problem id="423" name="Slip" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="2." stars="">Up arete to slope and crimp then to top</problem>
  <problem id="424" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="3." stars="">Up the centre of the slab using neither arete.</problem>
  <problem id="425" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="4." stars="">Up right arete.</problem>
  <problem id="426" name="Tiptoe" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="5." stars="*">Traverse left to slope on Slip . Finish as for 1.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="427" guide.action="submit" guide.id="371" guide.page="2" guide.type="text">Paratrooper Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="428">This boulder/outcrop is shady and probably moist. Park at the lookout and walk back down the road for 150 metres.</text>
  <image id="429" width="400" src="ParaTrooperSmallArrows.jpg" height="260"/>
  <problem id="430" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="1." stars="">Move up on side pulls and crimps.</problem>
  <problem id="431" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="2." stars="">Start under bulge pull up to slope and top.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="432">Reids Track Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="433">To find this nice boulder head down Radfords Track from the Springs, then down Reids Track for about 100m. Just a bit after you pass a chunk of sandstone on the right is a rough track through the bush on the right which leads to the boulder. GPS MWB480 helps!</text>
  <problem id="434" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="1." stars="">Easy face around to the L</problem>
  <problem id="435" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="2." stars="">Left arete of front face</problem>
  <problem id="436" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="3." stars="*">Juggy line R of arete from awkward sit start</problem>
  <problem id="437" name="The Tipping Point" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V4/5" number="4." stars="***">Great line up steep thin face.</problem>
  <problem id="438" name="Don&apos;t Snap Ya Fucker" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="5." stars="**">The R arete starting off the block</problem>
  <problem id="439" name="The Midas Touch" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="6." stars="**">Technical line up middle of right face, starting SDS just right of centre, moves slightly left.</problem>
  <problem id="440" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="7." stars="">Far R arete</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="441">March Fly Slab</text>
  <text class="text" id="442">This little slab is about 50m in the scrub about 15m up from where you turn off for Reids Boulder, on the opposite side of the track. GPS MWB485.</text>
  <problem id="443" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="1." stars="*">Left arete</problem>
  <problem id="444" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" number="2." stars="">Up middle of slab</problem>
  <problem id="445" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2?" number="3." stars="">R side of slab</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="446" guide.action="submit" guide.id="376" guide.page="2" guide.type="text">Two Mat Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="447">There are two approaches to this boulder group. Walk up from the road directly below the boulders. The track is marked by a small cairn and stump. Alternatively, park at the Springs gravel carpark head towards the lookout using the northern loop of the lookout track. At the last gravel patch before the lookout the observant climber will notice a small cairn that marks the start of a track running along the top of the ridge, follow this track for several hundred metres when this track turns towards the mountain it branches. Take the branch and follow this to Lilo and Two mat boulders. These boulders are hard to see from the ridge track until you are within about 10 metres.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="448" guide.action="submit" guide.id="378" guide.page="2" guide.type="text">Lilo Boulder</text>
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  <problem id="450" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="*">Start at the horizontal break move up to incut and slope on arete. Topout is less positive.</problem>
  <problem id="451" name="All&apos;s Fair in Love and War" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="2." stars="***">SDS just left of Adi Kodrat. Hard moves off the ground to arete, up to good rail, then finish up Adi Kodrat.</problem>
  <problem id="452" name="Adi Kodrat" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="3." stars="***">Start on good hold under bulge, move to lip hold and slopers, throw up and left to good rail, up via nubbin on right + pocket on left, then higher right pocket + topout.&lt;br/&gt;Stand start goes at about V3/4.</problem>
  <problem id="587" name="I kneed this" length="" fa="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="4" stars="*">Start under cave on good jugs, right slap then to slopers, technical knee bar using nubbin on the right then directly up. The nice sloper hold next to nubbin is off route and probably doesn't help anyway.</problem>
  <problem id="453" name="" length="" fa="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="5" stars="" guide.action="submit" guide.id="473" guide.page="2" guide.type="problem">Just right of arete, and left of the tree, lunge from holds at bulge to good jug up right.</problem>
  <problem id="585" name="Penyerehan" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V5" number="6" stars="***">A good alternative start to Adi Kodrat. Start with both hands in corner crack just right of previous problem. Traverse left around arete, finish up Adi Kodrat.&lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <problem id="601" name="Bersedia" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5+" number="7" stars="***">Start as for left V3(1.). Traverse right around arete, campus to good rail, finish up Adi Kodrat. The best of the Adi Kodrat alternative starts.</problem>
  <problem id="603" name="Kesediaan" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V4" number="8" stars="**">Start as for Steps and Penyerehan, traverse left to finish up left V3 (1.).</problem>
  <problem id="605" name="Dirty crack" length="" fa="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="9" stars="">Start as for Penyerehan but go straight up easy crack.</problem>
  <problem id="619" name="Steps" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="9a" stars="">Start as for Penyerehan/Dirty crack, up via 'steps' on face to the right. Excellent w/up.</problem>
  <problem id="606" name="Anugra" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="10" stars="**">Start as for the left V3/Bersedia, traverse all the way right to finish up Steps. &lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="454" guide.action="submit" guide.id="383" guide.page="2" guide.type="text">Two Mat Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="455">An excellent boulder of easier boulder problems, a good warm up for Lilo.</text>
  <image id="456" width="300" src="Southern 2Mat topo.jpg" height="452"/>
  <problem id="457" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="*">Start in the corner below the small cave. Head towards the cavelet and over on rounds.</problem>
  <problem id="458" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="2." stars="*">Start on the pedestal head to the good diagonal then step up to the top round then reasonable top out holds.</problem>
  <problem id="459" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="3." stars="">Start at the pedestal head up for the left-hand end of the rounded slot.</problem>
  <problem id="460" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="4." stars="*">Start on jug under roof. Move up to lip jugs and left side of cavelet. Head for the obvious break then the top.</problem>
  <problem id="461" name="Relic" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="5." stars="*">Start in the corner with the crack, then to lip jugs (add an extra star if you use the hand jam) then up to the right-hand end of the cavelet and up.</problem>
  <image id="462" width="300" src="2MatNorthern topo.jpg" height="380"/>
  <problem id="463" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="6." stars="">One metre to the right of Relic. Mantle up.</problem>
  <problem id="464" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="6a." stars="" guide.action="submit" guide.id="472" guide.page="2" guide.type="problem">Straight up the middle of the face, using the left jug and a gaston.</problem>
  <problem id="465" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="7." stars="">One metre left of the arete. Start in the horizontal break head for the sloper then good edge to the good top out.</problem>
  <problem id="466" name="Thoughtless" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="8." stars="**" guide.action="submit" guide.id="394" guide.page="2" guide.type="problem">Start in the horizontal break. Move to a hold in the prominent bulge then head for the top rounds. Easier if you finish left of the arete, more slopey to the right.</problem>
  <problem id="467" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="9." stars="*" guide.action="submit" guide.id="395" guide.page="2" guide.type="problem">Start in horizontal break and head up on crimps.</problem>
  <problem id="468" name="Stammer" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="10." stars="***">Start as for 1. Traverse right around both aretes and finish up Thoughtless.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="607">Neverland&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Neverland Escarpment</text>
  <text class="text" id="615">This escarpment is the third escarpment north(ish) of Gorby's Corner. Access either from the top (unmarked track to the right just past old well on the Two mat/Lilo track) or head towards Lilo, but where you'd turn off left just after the scramble down, head straight through the bush, trending right. Mega bush bash not for the fainthearted gets you to Cave Boulder, and a bit further right is the Neverland escarpment. &lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;(Found a bolt on top, but no mention of any routes anywhere in any guides. ANY INFO APPRECIATED!)</text>
  <problem id="608" name="Welcome To Neverland" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V1" number="1." stars="">Obvious wide crack on escarpment. Start off access ledge, pull up on right wall of crack, bridge/stem to glory. More like a route than a boulder.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="651">Mermaid's Lagoon&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;</text>
  <text class="text" id="652">Other (west) side and bottom end of main Neverland escarpment.</text>
  <problem id="655" name="Marooners&apos; Rock" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2/3" number="1." stars="">On the left wall of the end of the escarpment, SDS just right of obvious big block. Straight up via block. Balancey.</problem>
  <problem id="653" name="Marooner&apos;s Rock Arete" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="*">SDS just right of left arete, both hands on obvious protruding 'nose' hold. Big sloping block under foot to left is out. Out to good pocket on arete, decent move up to good hold/s, step up and follow arete to top (easier).</problem>
  <problem id="656" name="An Awfully Big Adventure" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V1" number="3." stars="">Start as for previous problem but head out right and up middle of wall, staying left of the ring bolts. Pleasant.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="609">Cave Boulder</text>
  <problem id="610" name="Home Under The Ground - Doorway" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Hang)" grade="V1/2" number="1." stars="*">Start matched on good jug in the centre of the "doorway", left foot under on the "roof'" of the cave. Move right, mantle on lip, up. Don't use either "wall" of the cave.</problem>
  <problem id="611" name="Home Under The Ground - Left Arete" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Hang)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="*">Same start as previous problem. Move left to good handle, tricky mantle on lip/arete, up. Don't use either "wall" of the cave.</problem>
  <problem id="612" name="Redskin" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="3." stars="">Up face just right of Home Under The Ground - Doorway. Pretty worthless.</problem>
  <problem id="613" name="Skull Rock" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="4." stars="*">SDS with left foot down low to left. Up and over on good holds. Stand start is only VE.</problem>
  <problem id="617" name="Pan Always Wins" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1/2" number="5." stars="*">(Back of boulder, on the Neverland escarpment side.) Short but sweet. Pull up on small edges, throw to top (slightly loose).</problem>
  <problem id="648" name="Wendy&apos;s Strange Bedfellow" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0/1" number="6." stars="">Boulder left/in front of previous problem. Crouch/SDS start on left, move right, mantle as elegantly as possible directly up prow. Short but fun.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="620">Awesome Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="621">This boulder is a new arrival - came down in the rains earlier this year (2016). To find it head up the Organ Pipes Track from the Springs top carpark to not far before where it intersects with the Zig Zag Track. Boulder is quite visible, off the track to the right - look for the obvious trail of destruction where it smashed its way across the path from L - R.</text>
  <problem id="622" name="Easy Awesome" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="1." stars="">Easy line up the R arête. A good w/up.</problem>
  <problem id="623" name="Pale Blue Dot" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0/1" number="2." stars="">Shares same SDS start (first move only) as previous problem, but then moves L onto/up face under the painted pale blue dot.</problem>
  <problem id="624" name="Seams Pretty Awesome To Me" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="3." stars="*">Up the obvious seam in the middle of the front face, from sitting - a nice sequence, kind-of technical-ish, over quickly (only 4 or 5 moves) but good value while it lasts!</problem>
  <problem id="625" name="Easy Awesome Extended" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="4." stars="">&lt;br/&gt; Up Easy Awesome, traverse lip all the way L, finish pulled onto slab.</problem>
  <problem id="626" name="Everything Is Awesome" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="5" stars="*">SDS with both feet under L end of boulder, hands on slopers. Heelhook with left, slap/move along slopes till can get R foot on and/or reach good edge that was the left edge used for Seams…, till you can reach/use the lip proper – finishes topout as for Easy Awesome. Suprisingly slightly tricky first few moves!</problem>
  <problem id="646" name="Things We Do For Love" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V2/3" number="6." stars="***">On back of boulder. SDS on left, up to vertical edge then along lip to pinpoint of triangle, mantle. BRILLIANT! Stand start goes at V2, SDS V3.</problem>
  <problem id="647" name="Drops Of Sweat Are Tears Of Joy" length="" fa="CW" extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V3" number="7," stars="***">On back of boulder. Stand start on right, along lip to pinpoint of triangle, mantle. BRILLIANT!</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="469">Sphinx Rock</text>
  <text class="text" id="470">Sphinx rock has some nice sandstone problems. To get there go along the road a couple of hundred metres past the Springs and park on the right at a sign marking the start of the Lenah Valley walking track. Walk along the track for 10-15 minutes until you come to the lookout at the top of Sphinx Rock. Go a little further and take the stairs down to the bottom of the cliff.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="471">Sphinx Rock main cliff</text>
  <text class="text" id="472">There are a couple of scrappy problems along the base of the main cliff.</text>
  <image id="473" width="" src="sphinx3.jpg" height="235"/>
  <text class="text" id="474">These problems are 10-15m along the cliff.</text>
  <problem id="475" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2/3" number="1." stars="">Start at a sidepull under a small roof, pull up and left to jugs and stand on lip.</problem>
  <problem id="476" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="">Start as for no. 1. and traverse leftwards for 6m and then up.</problem>
  <image id="477" width="300" src="blackSlab.jpg" height="400">null</image>
  <text class="text" id="478">Further around the cliff, after you turn the corner, is a black slab with a couple of carrot bolts in it.</text>
  <problem id="479" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="">Arete a couple of metres left of tree</problem>
  <problem id="480" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="2." stars="">Project - Hard face right of arete</problem>
  <problem id="481" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="3." stars="">Black slab with carrot bolts, just right of tree</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="482">Tiger Snake Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="483">This boulder is in the bush about 20-30m diagonally off the climb Phoenix. MGA94 (GDA94): 55G 0520235mE 5249664mN</text>
  <problem id="484" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="1." stars="">Mantle over bulge to the left.</problem>
  <problem id="485" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="2." stars="">Project - Start as for Tiger Snake, do a long hard move left</problem>
  <problem id="486" name="Tiger Snake" extra="(Stand)" grade="V4" number="3." stars="**">Sitstart below curving incut sidepull, pull up right.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="487">Sphinx's Nose</text>
  <text class="text" id="488">From the black slab keep walking around past the Short, Sharp, Shithot area where there are a couple of scungy caves (where a few shitty problems have been done). Keep walking to the next buttress, which has a prominent arete. Follow a rough track down the hill to the bottom of a large boulder.</text>
  <text class="text" id="489">This boulder is in the process of development.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="490">Nerm's Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="491">This freestanding boulder is one of the best on the mountain. From the main cliff keep going down the track for another 10-15 metres. Walk along the third stump on the left (marked with a 'N') into the jungle, and you should see the boulder up to the left, at the end of the fallen tree.</text>
  <image id="492" width="" src="nermsboulder.jpg" height="667"/>
  <problem id="493" name="Blood Stains" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="*">Pull up from the small cave on the left side of the boulder</problem>
  <problem id="494" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="1a." stars="*" guide.action="submit" guide.id="474" guide.page="2" guide.type="problem">Start as for Blood Stains, and traverse rightwards (fairly high) across the whole boulder to finish up the arete.</problem>
  <problem id="495" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="2a." stars="" guide.action="submit" guide.id="475" guide.page="2" guide.type="problem">Up on big jugs.</problem>
  <problem id="496" name="The Turd Burglar" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="2." stars="*">Start as for Yoshimi and move left to sidepulls then up to jugs</problem>
  <problem id="497" name="Yoshimi..." extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" number="3." stars="***">Start off good jug just above left hand end of low rail. Straight up to pocket and sidepulls and over bulge</problem>
  <problem id="498" name="Baba" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="4." stars="**">Sit start at right hand end of low rail, straight up. Watch the hollow sounding jugs at the top</problem>
  <problem id="499" name="Deda" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number=" 5." stars="***">Start as for Yoshimi, move right across the line of pockets to the arete and finish up no 6.</problem>
  <problem id="500" name="Ganamatronix" extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" number="6." stars="***">Start at sidepull 2m left of the arete. Move right to the arete and climb up the steep side of the arete, moving right at the top. Morgen Hosking 17/11/05.</problem>
  <problem id="501" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="7." stars="">Slab just right of arete</problem>
  <problem id="502" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="8." stars="">Slab 3m right of arete</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="503">Sphinx's Arsehole</text>
  <text class="text" id="504">From Sphinx Rock keep going down the Sawmill Track until you see some rock to the right. Walk along the base of the rock to find a bit of a grotty cave.</text>
  <image id="505" width="" src="sphinx2.jpg" height="359"/>
  <problem id="506" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="" stars="">Start on left side of cave, move R along lip to jugs, then pull up to jug amidst moss.</problem>
  <problem id="507" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" number="" stars="">As for previous problem, but keep traversing to join Cakehole.</problem>
  <problem id="508" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5?" number="" stars="">Start in under left side of cave on smallish flakes. Pull out to lip and jugs, then up to jug in moss.</problem>
  <problem id="509" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="1." stars="">Climb out through roof, then straight up</problem>
  <problem id="510" name="The Snakepit" extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" number="2." stars="">Start as for no. 1, then traverse leftwards along lip to finish at the left hand end of the cave</problem>
  <problem id="511" name="Cakehole" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="" stars="*">Start 1m right from Snakepit, at a pocket. Follow jugs and pockets out to lip, then rightwards until the angle eases.</problem>
  <problem id="512" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="" stars="">Steep jugs on right side of cave, finish off to the right.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="513">Between the cave and the track is a bit of a bulgey wall. These problems are on it.</text>
  <problem id="514" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="VE" number="" stars="">Left side of bulge, jugs to pocket to jugs then up right. Downclimb to left.</problem>
  <problem id="515" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="" stars="">1m right of previous problem. Underclings up to high pocket then jugs.</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="516">Crocodile Rock</text>
  <text class="text" id="517">Crocodile Rock has some nice problems on good rock and is warmer and dryer than Sphinx. However its a bit too far from the road to get many visitors. Park at the Chalet, and walk down Hunters Track. After 5 minutes take the right hand fork, and walk for another 20 minutes until you get to the cliff, which is straight above the track.</text>
  <problem id="518" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="1." stars="*">Project - Traverse the bottom of main cliff L to R</problem>
  <text class="text" id="519">The following 2 problems are on the square cut face 20m up and left from the free standing boulder.</text>
  <problem id="520" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="">Left side of face</problem>
  <problem id="521" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="3." stars="">Right side of face.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="522">The following problems are on the free standing boulder at the right end of the crag. There are a couple of obvious lines up the front of the boulder that are yet to be cleaned and climbed.</text>
  <problem id="523" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V6?" number="" stars="*">Project - the right arete of the boulder</problem>
  <problem id="524" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="" stars="">Powerful move from sitstart, 1m right of arete</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="7">Lost World</text>
  <text class="intro" id="8">There are some unusually steep dolerite boulders on the way to Lost World. The rock is flakey and exfoliated with huge amounts of friction. Some of the landings are pretty bad, so a good spotter or thick mat is a good idea.</text>
  <text class="access" id="9">Park your car at the big bend just down from the summit of Mt Wellington, and then follow the directions and map below to find the problems.</text>
  <image id="10" width="800" src="Mt Wellingtonlostworldmap4.jpg" height="524"/>
  <text class="heading3" id="11">Stream Side</text>
  <text class="access" id="12">The first group of boulders can be seen downhill from the carpark. Follow the little stream down the hill. About 20m down is the first boulder, a short clean face with two faint grooves above a slopey ledge.</text>
  <problem id="13" name="       " extra="       " grade="V2" number="       " stars="       ">The left hand groove, with a hold on the arete to get started. Eliminating the arete will be pretty hard.</problem>
  <problem id="14" name="       " extra="       " grade="VE" number="       " stars="       ">The right hand groove is pretty easy if you use the crack to the right, but bloody hard without it and not done this way yet</problem>
  <text class="access" id="15">Follow the stream down for another 40 metres or so to a group of boulders with 2 prominent aretes and a V shaped corner</text>
  <image id="16" src="Mt Wellingtonstreamside.jpg" height="256"/>
  <problem id="17" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="" stars="">Just across from the main boulders is a small free standing boulder. Sitstart at the undercut arete to awkward top.</problem>
  <problem id="18" name="Moss" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="*">The arete left of the corner. Don't use the crack or layaways to the left. Jump up to the break then dyno up to the top break. Using the holds to the left is V0, and the crack to the left is VE</problem>
  <problem id="19" name="Old School" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="2." stars="       ">The V shaped corner and crack - bridge, chimney or crack climb it</problem>
  <problem id="20" name="Back in the House" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="3." stars="*">Start below the faint arete between the two blocks and above a clear landing around to the right of OS and crank up to the top</problem>
  <problem id="21" name="It&apos;s a Beautiful Day" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="4." stars="*">Start just to the right of Back in the House, and traverse left on the excellent rising horizontal line to finish around past Moss</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="22">Highball World</text>
  <text class="access" id="23">From Streamside follow the stream downhill for about another 50-60m. Head up and left when you can see these sizable buttresses. This area can also be reached easily directly downhill from the Yellow Dot boulder.</text>
  <image id="24" width="800" src="Mt Wellingtonhighballworld.jpg" height="368"/>
  <problem id="25" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="1." stars="       ">Up slab</problem>
  <problem id="26" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="*">Right arete of slab</problem>
  <problem id="27" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="VE" number="3." stars="       ">Left arete and face of little pinnacle</problem>
  <problem id="28" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="4." stars="       ">Right arete of little pinnacle from sit start</problem>
  <problem id="29" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="5." stars="       ">Back face of pinnacle</problem>
  <problem id="30" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="6." stars="       ">Face behind pinnacle</problem>
  <problem id="31" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="7." stars="       ">Project - layback up left arete of steep face</problem>
  <problem id="32" name="Dopey Dog" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3/4" number="8." stars="*">Start at low jug on right arete of steep face</problem>
  <problem id="33" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="9." stars="*">Nice diagonal flake</problem>
  <problem id="34" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="10." stars="       ">Crimps on left side of face</problem>
  <problem id="35" name="Heart Shaped Box" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="11." stars="       ">Right edge of short face</problem>
  <problem id="36" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="12." stars="       ">Face 2m right of HSB and just left of corner using pinch</problem>
  <problem id="37" name="       " extra="(Highball)" grade="V?" number="13." stars="       ">Project - crack system</problem>
  <problem id="38" name="Sunshine and snow" extra="(Highball)" grade="V4" number="14." stars="**">Seam and arete, finish up Highball to Hell.</problem>
  <problem id="39" name="Highball to Hell" extra="(Highball)" grade="V2" number="15." stars="**">Start right of the arete and after a couple of tricky moves climb the featured slab to the top</problem>
  <problem id="40" name="       " extra="(Hang)" grade="V5?" number="16." stars="       ">Project - hang start on the big sloper on the horizontal column opposite Highball to Hell</problem>
  <problem id="41" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5?" number="17." stars="">Project - Climb right out the horizontal column.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="42">There are more problems to be done around to the right.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="43">Rainbow Face</text>
  <text class="access" id="44">This small face is in behind a scree pile downhill from Highball World. It is a little face with a crack/corner on its left and a leftwards curving arete on the right with a diagonal ramp in the middle of the face.</text>
  <problem id="45" name="       " extra="       " grade="VE" number="       " stars="       ">The easy handcrack in the left corner</problem>
  <problem id="46" name="Rainbow" extra="       " grade="V2" number="       " stars="       ">Start a bit right of the crack at the bottom of the rightwards leading ramp. Climb up this on slopers then straight up to the top</problem>
  <problem id="47" name="       " extra="       " grade="V?" number="       " stars="       ">Project - Start just left of the right hand edge of the face, but don't use any of the good holds on or around the arete. Instead climb the thin and bulgey face towards the top of the ramp and then to the top.</problem>
  <problem id="48" name="       " extra="       " grade="V0" number="       " stars="       ">Sit start at the right edge of the face and climb it using the right arete</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="49">Queen Slot</text>
  <text class="access" id="50">The next problems are on the Queen Slot Boulder. Follow the little stream down the hill about 100m past Stream Side or 50m past Rainbow until you see a square cut boulder on the left of the stream with an arete that faces Mt Wellington.</text>
  <problem id="51" name="       " extra="       " grade="VE" number="       " stars="       ">Up the middle of the face left of the arete</problem>
  <problem id="52" name="Queen Arete" extra="       " grade="V0" number="       " stars="       ">The arete</problem>
  <problem id="53" name="Queen Slot" extra="       " grade="V3" number="       " stars="       ">about 4 metres right of the arete is a very nice looking crack/groove</problem>
  <problem id="54" name="       " extra="       " grade="V1" number="       " stars="       ">start at Queen Slot and traverse leftwards right around the boulder. The only tricky bit is at the start.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="55">Res Gestae Boulder</text>
  <text class="access" id="56">To get to the next boulders start on the cairned track from the road, but at about the second or third red dot turn right and follow a roughly marked track for a few minutes to a group of boulders where the yellow dots start (Yellow Dot Boulder). There are a couple of easy crack and slab problems here.</text>
  <image id="57" src="Mt Wellingtonyellow.jpg" height="256"/>
  <problem id="58" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="       ">Thin arete to right of corner, eliminate corner. Contrived.</problem>
  <problem id="59" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="2." stars="       "/>
  <problem id="60" name="Yellow Slab" extra="       " grade="V2" number="3." stars="       ">The thin slab on the right side of the Yellow Dot Boulder</problem>
  <text class="access" id="61">From the Yellow Dot Boulder follow the yellow dots down the hill for another 50m or so. Where the track takes a right hand turn down the hill there is a 3m high overhanging boulder with an OK landing on the left hand side of the track. This is Res Gestae boulder. If you can't find it from this description head to Lost World along any other track and locate the yellow dots about half way along the cliff top. Follow the track up to the boulder.</text>
  <image id="62" src="Mt Wellingtonresgestae.jpg" height="427"/>
  <problem id="63" name="Tools" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="*">Sit start underneath the nose of the boulder on underclings, as for Hammurabi. Move up and left to a very big jug, then throw from the jug to another good hold and an awkward top out. Starting from the jug is about V2</problem>
  <problem id="64" name="Hearsay" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5/6" number="1a." stars="">Start on the big jug on Tools, then traverse right around the nose and into the horizontal break/crack on Res Gestae to finish up that problem. The horizontal break/crack was loose and has now broken, taking with it two crimps. This problem can still be done, albeit a bit harder.</problem>
  <problem id="65" name="Hammurabi" extra="(SDS)" grade="V7" number="2." stars="*">Sit start underneath the steepest part of the boulder, at the nose and in between Tools and Res Gestae. Crank directly up through and over the nose. "Pretty Hard"</problem>
  <problem id="66" name="Res Gestae" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4/5" number="3." stars="*">This is the problem on the right hand side of the boulder. Sit start with your hands on the incut hold and the undercling. Move into the horizontal break (this has now broken so the problem is harder) with difficulty and then pull through the bulge on good holds and then to the top. Stand start is V2</problem>
  <text class="access" id="67">20m straight up the hill from RG is a bulgey wall with 3 obvious lines. Be careful of the bad landings</text>
  <problem id="68" name="       " extra="       " grade="V?" number="4." stars="       ">The left hand line needs some cleaning</problem>
  <problem id="69" name="Pull It Off" extra="       " grade="V0" number="5." stars="       ">The middle line with the big detached flake at the top</problem>
  <problem id="70" name="Pull Harder" extra="       " grade="V3" number="6." stars="       ">Climb the thin right hand seam without using the footholds or flake to the left on PIO or the blocky ledge to the right. An easier variant uses the footholds on PIO</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="71">The Pinnacles</text>
  <text class="access" id="72">If you head up the hill from the Yellow Dot boulder you will come to two pinnacles that are both about 5m high. There are several problems that have been done here by the Jacksons that I don't have the details for.</text>
  <image id="73" width="400" src="The Horn Topo.jpg" height="533" noPrint="false" legend="true">
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      <climb>74</climb>
      <climb>75</climb>
      <climb>77</climb>
      <climb>78</climb>
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  <problem id="74" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3/4" number="1." stars="">Sitstart off the block, and climb the thin face to the left of the overhanging crack</problem>
  <problem id="75" name="Restless Ambition " length="" fa="M Hitchcock 2017" extra="(SDS)" grade="V6-8" number="2." stars="***">Sit start the front of the left hand pinnacle with the 30 degree overhanging finger crack. An excellent problem with challenging holds and movements.</problem>
  <problem id="76" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="" stars="">On the wall left of The Horn start at the left end head up to the scoop then to the top. Pikers version is V0. Landing is OK with two mats.</problem>
  <problem id="77" name="Small things..." extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" number="3." stars="**">Start in the hollow below the left arete of The Horn. Move up to delicate moves on the arete and the top jugs. The stand start is a grade easier.</problem>
  <problem id="78" name="The Horn" extra="" grade="V1" number="4." stars="">The right hand arete of the right hand pinnacle. There are quite a few variations of this quite nice problem: One starts on the left and goes to the top at the arete (using whatever) and the other (the original and most obvious line) starts on the right. Also on the right side one can climb the face (heading slightly up right instead of left to the arete). All are about the same grade.</problem>
  <problem id="79" name="       " extra="       " grade="V1" number="       " stars="       ">About 3 or 4 metres to the right of The Horn is another boulder with a reasonably pleasant slab</problem>
  <text class="access" id="80">Walk around behind the right hand pinnacle to find an area with more boulders. The following problems are on the boulder straight ahead behind a pile of dead trees.</text>
  <image id="81" src="Mt Wellingtonmbug.jpg" height="261"/>
  <problem id="82" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="" stars="">Climb the slab left of millennium bug using the left arete.</problem>
  <problem id="83" name="Millennium Bug" extra="       " grade="V2" number="1." stars="       ">The thin seam through the slightly bulging face.</problem>
  <problem id="84" name="       " extra="       " grade="V0" number="2." stars="       ">Start just right of MB and climb the thin right trending crack</problem>
  <problem id="85" name="Party Like It&apos;s 1999" extra="       " grade="V2" number="3." stars="       ">About 3m to the right and up the hill from MB is a slabby arete. Climb it without using the boulders on the left or right</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="86">Red Dot Boulders</text>
  <text class="access" id="87">There are some good problems along the red dot track. From the big bend follow the red dot track up the hill for around 50 -100 metres to where the track makes a sharp right hand turn around a a group of boulders. After the right hand turn there is an overhung boulder that faces up the hill just off the track next to a cairn. This is Sweet Pussy. Downhill and to the left of here is a slightly overhung prow - this is Holy Shit.</text>
  <image id="88" src="Mt Wellingtonreddot1.jpg" height="386"/>
  <problem id="89" name="Sweet Pussy" extra="       " grade="V3" number="1." stars="       ">Sit start underneath the little overhang and climb it using the left arete and holds near the crack. A dynamic move to gain the sloper above the overhang, and then a fairly easy top out</problem>
  <problem id="90" name="Sunset" extra="       " grade="V4" number="2." stars="       ">Sit start 1 metre right of Sweet Pussy at the right arete with a big span between the crack and the hold way around to the right. Climb through the bulge using a toe hook to the right and a thin lay away to an awkward friction top out</problem>
  <text class="text" id="91">There are a couple of eliminates yet to be done on this boulder - just the crack; Sunset without the crack; and the traverse from around right to the left arete.</text>
  <image id="92" src="Mt Wellingtonreddot2.jpg" height="290"/>
  <problem id="93" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="1." stars="       ">Up face, don't use left arete/crack</problem>
  <problem id="94" name="Holy Shit" extra="       " grade="V3" number="2." stars="       ">Down and to the left of SP is a gently overhanging prow. Climb the steep face from its lowest point without using the the crack to the right (there is an easier variation using these holds). Thin and scary due to a dodgy landing</problem>
  <text class="text" id="95">Along the track a few metres from SP is an upwards pointing arrow painted in red on a rock. To the right of this is a decent sized pinnacle.</text>
  <image id="96" src="Mt Wellingtonreddot3.jpg" height="341"/>
  <problem id="97" name="Elegant Pinnacle" extra="       " grade="V1" number="1." stars="       ">Straight forward up the front of the pinnacle. The other faces are also climbable at a reasonable grade</problem>
  <image id="98" src="Mt Wellingtonreddot4.jpg" height="341"/>
  <problem id="99" name="       " extra="       " grade="V2" number="1." stars="       ">There is another detached pinnacle up and to the left of the previous one. There are a few variations: use everything; straight up the front; and the hardest variation is the right hand side of the front of the block without using any of the holds to the left of the groove in the middle of the face</problem>
  <text class="text" id="100">Directly above the Elegant Pinnacle is a red arrow painted on the rock.</text>
  <image id="101" src="Mt Wellingtonreddot5.jpg" height="341"/>
  <problem id="102" name="       " extra="       " grade="VE" number="1." stars="       ">the flake just to the right of the red arrow</problem>
  <problem id="103" name="Arrow Head" extra="       " grade="V1" number="2." stars="       ">The thin seam just to the right of the previous problem without using the flake to the left or the stuff to the right</problem>
  <problem id="104" name="       " extra="       " grade="VE" number="3." stars="       ">The groove/slab right of AH</problem>
  <text class="text" id="105">Above the previous problems, near the top of the hill, are another couple of pinnacles.</text>
  <image id="106" src="Mt Wellingtonreddot7.jpg" height="341"/>
  <problem id="107" name="Face Away" extra="       " grade="V0" number="1." stars="       ">the back arete of the pinnacle up and to the left which faces away from the summit of Mt Wellington. Climb the arete/slab on nice incut flakes</problem>
  <image id="108" src="Mt Wellingtonreddot6.jpg" height="341"/>
  <problem id="109" name="       " extra="       " grade="V?" number="1." stars="       ">To the right of the previous problem and directly above and back from Arrow Head is a tallish pinnacle/face with a series of seams up it. Climb directly up the face.</problem>
  <problem id="110" name="       " extra="       " grade="V2" number="       " stars="       ">About 30m to the right of the Elegant Pinnacle at the same level is a blunt arete/slab behind a dead tree with 3 forks. Climb the very thin and delicate seam up this above a bad landing</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="563">Red Dot Down Hill</text>
  <text class="text" id="111">There are several impressive prows next to the red dot track as it heads back down the hill to Lost World, but no one has had the balls to climb any of them (bad landings). As you come down the track there is an obvious overhanging arete (not climbed yet). Further down the tack goes left down a ramp.</text>
  <problem id="564" name="Chukin a Wobbly" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2/3" stars="**">Start on good incuts below the nose of the boulder above the ramp. Throw left to jugs then follow them up left. There may be a harder start from the right, but it didn't seem to climb well.</problem>
  <text id="565">Around here there are various bits of steep rock which either have bad landings, are too tall, or don't have any holds.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="112">Lost World Amphitheater</text>
  <text class="text" id="113">There are a very large number of nice boulders in the amphitheater below the Lost World cliffs. They have barely been touched to date, but there is a large amount of potential here. The bad landings and the walk put people off, but with a bit of vision there will be some excellent problems done here. The quickest and easiest way to get there is to follow the yellow dot track down to the top of the cliff, then take the red dot track down around the northern edge of the cliffs and down into the amphitheater. It takes about 15 minutes.</text>
  <image id="114" width="" src="centralboulder.jpg" height="308">null</image>
  <text class="text" id="115">This group of boulders is in the centre of the boulder field, below Lost Wanderer.</text>
  <problem id="116" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="1." stars="">Project - slab without arete.</problem>
  <problem id="117" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="*">Sitstart left of arete</problem>
  <problem id="118" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="3." stars="*">Nice easy slab.</problem>
  <problem id="119" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="4." stars="*">Nice easy slab.</problem>
  <problem id="120" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="5." stars="">Start on left of boulder, hand traverse rightwards.</problem>
  <problem id="121" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" number="6." stars="">Project - straight up middle of face.</problem>
  <problem id="122" name="" extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="VE" number="7." stars="*">Juggy slab above ankle breaking landing.</problem>
  <problem id="123" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" number="8." stars="">Thin face on front of Central Boulder.</problem>
  <image id="124" width="" src="shoeripper.jpg" height="444">null</image>
  <text class="text" id="125">This group of boulders is straight up the hill from Central Boulder.</text>
  <problem id="126" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="1." stars="">Nice slabby arete.</problem>
  <problem id="127" name="Whiskey Arete" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="2." stars="">Hidden face and arete. Sit start is a project.</problem>
  <problem id="128" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="3." stars="">Slab just right of Whiskey Arete, a bit contrived.</problem>
  <problem id="129" name="The Shoe Ripper" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="4." stars="">Slab above Whiskey Arete.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="130">This group of problems is in a large hole to the east of Central Boulder.</text>
  <image id="131" width="400" src="LWhole1.jpg" height="336" noPrint="false"/>
  <problem id="132" name="Simple" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="1." stars="">Straight up the arete. Try not to focus on the holes below.</problem>
  <image id="133" width="400" src="LWhole.jpg" height="304" noPrint="false"/>
  <problem id="134" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="*">Up the arete. Variations include various wall holds and sit start.</problem>
  <problem id="135" name="Worry not" extra="" grade="V0" number="3." stars="">Pull on to arete and climb.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="136">The Lost Block</text>
  <text class="access" id="137">From the big bend walk west up the stream for about 30m and then head north straight up the hill to just below the ridge crest where you should find a very nice looking overhanging block with two striking aretes</text>
  <image id="138" src="Mt Wellingtonlostblock.jpg" height="427"/>
  <problem id="139" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V8" number="1." stars="**">The left hand arete</problem>
  <problem id="140" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V9" number="2." stars="**">The right hand arete. Standing start is V3</problem>
  <problem id="141" name="Slap Happy" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="3." stars="       ">Up the middle of the slab 30m right of the block</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="142">The Western Front</text>
  <text class="text" id="143">There is another group of boulders on the far side of the hill with some fun moderate problems. To get there walk up the gravel fire trail from the big bend about two or three hundred metres, to just before the road reaches its highest. There should now be a relatively open area on your right. The boulders can seen up the hill to the right about 80 metres from the road (the boulders that can be seen are the ones around and above The Somme). A small cairn marks the start of a vague track that heads via the boulders to a hut. A good reference point is the highest boulder on the hill, which is the top of Shell Shock (see Shell Shock for GPS data).</text>
  <image id="144" src="Mt WellingtonWesternFront.jpg" height="526"/>
  <text class="text" id="145">The first boulder is a high slabby one you can see just above the track as you approach.</text>
  <problem id="146" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="" stars="">Left side of face</problem>
  <problem id="147" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="" stars="">Arete and slab to left</problem>
  <problem id="148" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="" stars="">Nice slab with good edges right of arete</problem>
  <problem id="149" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="" stars="">Little pinnacle to the right</problem>
  <image id="150" src="Mt Wellingtonwf6.jpg" height="341"/>
  <problem id="151" name="Shell Shock" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="*">Thin shallow crack in middle of face of boulder right at top of hill. Only use crack</problem>
  <image id="152" src="Mt Wellingtonwf5.jpg" height="341"/>
  <problem id="153" name="Time Flies" extra="(Stand)" grade="V10" number="2." stars="">The very slopey bulge, head up and right.</problem>
  <problem id="154" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V8" number="3a." stars="">Sit start to Passchendaele from down left.</problem>
  <problem id="155" name="Passchendaele" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="3." stars="**">Stand start to the right, up to incut then long balancey reach to top</problem>
  <problem id="156" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="4." stars="       ">Thin vertical cracks up face. SDS is project</problem>
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  <problem id="158" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="6." stars="       ">Up front of prow</problem>
  <problem id="159" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="7." stars="       ">Corner</problem>
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  <problem id="161" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="8." stars="       ">Sitstart on rail then straight up on slopes</problem>
  <problem id="162" name="Skinless" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="9." stars="*">Sitstart on rail then right around arete on slopes then up. Dont use jugs at top until the finish</problem>
  <problem id="163" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="10." stars="       ">SDS off jug then left to arete and up, avoid block</problem>
  <problem id="164" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="11." stars="*">Traverse horizontal break from far right around arete then up</problem>
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  <problem id="166" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="12." stars="       ">Arete</problem>
  <problem id="167" name="The Somme" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="13." stars="*">Face left of centre</problem>
  <problem id="168" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="14." stars="       ">Crack</problem>
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  <problem id="170" name="Verdun" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="15." stars="**">Face up middle using slopey ramp</problem>
  <problem id="171" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="16." stars="       ">Slab between 2 ramps</problem>
  <problem id="172" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="17." stars="*"/>
  <problem id="173" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="18." stars="*"/>
  <problem id="174" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="19." stars="*"/>
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  <problem id="176" name="Blitzkrieg" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2/3" number="20." stars="**">Up steep finger crack</problem>
  <problem id="177" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="21." stars="       ">Good holds up arete</problem>
  <problem id="178" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="22." stars="       ">Face</problem>
  <problem id="179" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="23." stars="       ">Arete behind tree</problem>
  <text class="text" id="180">There are some nice slabs around to the right.</text>
  <problem id="181" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="24." stars="*">Pop up from horizontal break and up high face</problem>
  <problem id="182" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" number="25." stars="       ">Project - steep highball corner</problem>
  <problem id="183" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="26." stars="*">Beautiful left curving hand crack</problem>
  <problem id="184" name="Schnitzel" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="27." stars="       ">Up face just left of arete and crack with a long reach to the top</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="185">The Gold Coast</text>
  <text class="text" id="186">The Gold Coast boulders are the group of boulders/outcrops visible from the Western Front. The Gold Coast faces North and is warm on a sunny day and is about 25 mins from the car to the boulders. The boulders range from about 3-7m in height with the landings being a spread of good to evil. The problems range from mini-trad routes to serious highballs and are mostly just under or over vertical.</text>
  <text class="text" id="187">Park at Big Bend and follow the track towards the Western Front. Turn left (up the hill) at the point of departure for the Western Front. Head for the scree trending right. It is pretty easy going with a pad, as the scrub is low when you're not on scree.</text>
  <image <text class="text" id="189188" width="600>The only problems done so far are at the Eastern end.</text>
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  <problem id="671" stars="*" extra="(Stand)" number="1." name="Better than Good Friday" length="" grade="VE" fa="Max Hopwood, Apr 2017">Sinker jams all the way to the top.</problem>
  <problem id="190" name="Spray-on Tan" extra="(Stand)" grade="V4" number="2." stars="*" length="" fa="">Climb the slab.</problem>
  <problem id="191" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VEasy" number="3." stars="" length="" fa="">Just like the old days. Chimney and jam.</problem>
  <problem id="192" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VEasy" number="4." stars="" length="" fa="">Warm up 1.</problem>
  <problem id="193" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VEasy" number="5." stars="" length="" fa="">Warm up 2.</problem>
  <problem id="194" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="6." stars="" length="" fa="">Start in the corner and follow the crack.</problem>
  <problem id="672" stars="*" extra="(Stand)" number="7." name="Renzo&apos;s Arete" length="" grade="V1V0" fa="Dylan Lehmann April 2017">layback arete. awaits a sit start.</problem>
  <problem id="673196" starsname="The World of One-Armed Jack" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="7b." name="8." stars="*" length="" fa="">Start on the obvious footholds. Interesting from there on.</problem>
  <text id="685" class="text">the following boulders can be found heading back west along the front of the gold coast area</text>
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  <problem id="677" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="9" name="True Leveller" length="" grade="V1" fa="">Project. Variation of Renzo's Arete that uses the right-leaning crack.</problem>
  <problem id="196" name="The World of One-Armed Jack" Dylan Lehmann April 2017">fun moves leads to an exciting topout. large chockstone to the right is out</problem>
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  <problem id="681" stars="*" extra="(Stand)" gradenumber="V211" numbername="8.The Throng" starslength="*" lengthgrade="V0" fa="">Start on the obvious footholds. Interesting from there on.</Dylan Lehmann April 2017"/>
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  <problem id="683" stars="" extra="(Highball)" number="12" name="The Rabble Direct Project" length="" grade="" fa=""/>
  <problem id="684" stars="**" extra="(Highball, Stand)" number="13" name="The Rabble" length="" grade="VE" fa="Dylan Lehmann April 2017">good face climbing to safer ground out right</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="197">Luckmans Hut</text>
  <text class="intro" id="198">The Luckman's hut region contains a range of moderate problems. To get to this region pass the big carpark after Big Bend and keep going up the hill until you can pull over to a sealed car park on the right.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="199">Hut Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="200">This boulder is just off the road on the east side of the track.</text>
  <image id="201" width="200" src="arseCrack.jpg" height="213">null</image>
  <problem id="202" name="My Hump" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="*">Sitstart and pull through bulge on side pulls</problem>
  <problem id="203" name="Arse Crack Tattoo" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="2." stars="">Crack</problem>
  <text class="text" id="204">These nice high friction slabs are just before you get to the hut if you walk down the foot pad from the road.</text>
  <image id="205" width="" src="luckmans1.jpg" height="375"/>
  <problem id="206" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="1." stars="">Easy crack</problem>
  <problem id="207" name="Rock Farmin&apos;" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="2." stars="*">Nice friction slab up to flake. Don't use crack to the left.</problem>
  <problem id="208" name="Skin Graft" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="3." stars="*">Up pillar using friction and trying to avoid skin loss. Again you can make it easier or harder depending exactly which holds you use.</problem>
  <image id="209" width="" src="luckmans2.jpg" height="400">null</image>
  <text class="access" id="210">This is the obvious boulder 50 metres from the hut.</text>
  <problem id="211" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="1." stars="">Easy face</problem>
  <problem id="212" name="Traction" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="**">Up the face using the right arete. There is also a variant using the left arete.</problem>
  <problem id="213" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="3." stars="">Mossy corner and arete around to the right of Traction.</problem>
  <image id="214" width="" src="luckmans3.jpg" height="375">null</image>
  <text class="text" id="215">Around to the left of Traction are these boulders.</text>
  <problem id="216" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="1." stars="">Slab and flake.</problem>
  <problem id="217" name="America, Fuck Yeah!" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="2." stars="*">Sit start at break, up on edges.</problem>
  <problem id="218" name="Vanstone" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="2 a." stars="*">Use break and crack, then head left and up to the rounded top.</problem>
  <problem id="219" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="3." stars="">Layback up arete. Sitstart is a project.</problem>
  <image id="220" width="" src="luckmans4.jpg" height="375">null</image>
  <text class="text" id="221">About 40m down to the left is another group of boulders.</text>
  <problem id="222" name="Daves Pillar" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="*">Up front of Pillar.</problem>
  <problem id="223" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="2." stars="">Side of pillar</problem>
  <problem id="224" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="3." stars="">Back of pillar</problem>
  <problem id="225" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="4." stars="">Slabby arete</problem>
  <problem id="226" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" number="5." stars="">Project - Tricky face</problem>
  <problem id="227" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="6." stars=""/>
  <text class="heading3" id="228">Evil Area</text>
  <text class="text" id="229">From the Dave's Pillar area walk about 40m east to the next area of boulders. Described right to left.</text>
  <image id="230" width="" src="luckmans5.jpg" height="500">null</image>
  <problem id="231" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="">Start with a hand jam in the crack, then pull up left over pillar.</problem>
  <image id="232" width="200" src="luckmans6.jpg" height="268">null</image>
  <problem id="233" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="1." stars="">Project - slopey face</problem>
  <image id="234" width="" src="luckmans7.jpg" height="500">null</image>
  <problem id="235" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="1." stars="">Seam on left of blank slab</problem>
  <problem id="236" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="">Arete and slab</problem>
  <image id="237" width="" src="luckmans8.jpg" height="409">null</image>
  <problem id="238" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1?" number="1." stars="">Slab left of arete</problem>
  <problem id="239" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" number="2." stars="">Project - traverse around the buttress</problem>
  <problem id="240" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="3." stars="*">Nice crack and face.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="241">Bulgy Boulder</text>
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  <text class="access" id="243">This boulder is at the end of the cairned path below the carpark.</text>
  <problem id="244" name="Contrivance" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="1." stars="       ">Avoid using the obvious hold on the right. Head left at the top.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="245"/>
  <text class="heading3" id="246">Superb Boulder</text>
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  <text class="access" id="248">This boulder is at the end of the cairned track 50 metres past Bulgy boulder.</text>
  <problem id="249" name="Uneasy" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="1." stars="       ">Start at the righthand end of the cutaway and head for the crack.</problem>
  <problem id="250" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="" stars="*">2m Left of Uneasy chin up on crimps then mantle on slopes. Sit/Hang looks like it will go.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="251">Leaning boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="252">Leaning boulder is above the road 50m up the road from the cairn marking the track to Superb boulder. Access from the road is via a wash away, at the back of which Leaning boulder can be seen to the right.</text>
  <image id="253" width="300" src="leaningboulder.jpg" height="452">null</image>
  <problem id="254" name="Grunt" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="*">Grab the pinch and head for the top. Harder if your short, easier if your tall.</problem>
  <problem id="255" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" number="2." stars="">To the right of Grunt, follow the holds right.</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="256">Panorama Track</text>
  <text class="text" id="257">Just up the road from Luckman's hut, the Panorama Track heads off down the hill. This area has some nice dolerite problems with easy access.</text>
  <image id="258" width="300" src="panaroma1.jpg" height="353">null</image>
  <text class="text" id="259">The first problems are above the track, less than a minute down the track.</text>
  <problem id="260" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="*">Up steeply on jugs</problem>
  <problem id="261" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="">Crappy problem on loose face</problem>
  <problem id="262" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="3." stars="*">Slap up rounded column. Could have a very hard sit start.</problem>
  <image id="263" width="" src="panaroma2.jpg" height="371">null</image>
  <text class="text" id="264">Just down the track is this obvious slab, right next to the track.</text>
  <problem id="265" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="1." stars="*">Nice slab.</problem>
  <problem id="266" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="2." stars="">Face on boulder 10m up the hill.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="267">Huntsman Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="268">These boulders are about 50m below the track, about half way down. I will get a GPS reference for this area, as it is hard to find even when you know where they are.</text>
  <image id="269" width="" src="huntsman2.jpg" height="730">null</image>
  <problem id="270" name="Huntsman" extra="(Hang)" grade="V3" number="1." stars="**">Hang start at back of column, climb out and up.</problem>
  <problem id="271" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="2." stars="">Small column to the right</problem>
  <image id="272" width="" src="huntsman1.jpg" height="400">null</image>
  <text class="text" id="273">This small boulder is directly above Huntsman.</text>
  <problem id="274" name="Rough Justice" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="*"/>
  <image id="275" width="" src="huntsman3.jpg" height="498">null</image>
  <text class="text" id="276">This boulder is about 10m to the right of Huntsman.</text>
  <problem id="277" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="1." stars="">Project</problem>
  <problem id="278" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="2." stars="">Up on jugs</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="279">The Summit</text>
  <text class="text" id="280">There is tons of rock scattered around the summit of Mt Wellington. Park at the summit car park. These areas are described roughly north to south.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="281">Dildo Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="282">These boulders are about 50m north of the northern lookout, just a bit below the road. The Dildo is an obvious landmark.</text>
  <problem id="283" name="The Dildo" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="1." stars="***">Up the 45 degree overhanging pinnacle. Frickin' awesome, but watch for the friction.</problem>
  <problem id="284" name="The Dalek" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="2." stars="*">Up the pinnacle just across from the Dildo. A hard move off the ground (hard to grade), then nicer and easier.</problem>
  <problem id="285" name="Demented Dalek" extra="" grade="VE" number="3." stars="">Easy up pinnacle</problem>
  <problem id="286" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="4." stars="">Face around to left of Davros.</problem>
  <problem id="287" name="Davros" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="5." stars="*">Up bulgy face on nice slopers.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="288">These problems are amongst the group of pinnacles up the hill, just below the road.</text>
  <problem id="289" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="1." stars="">Easy face</problem>
  <problem id="290" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="2." stars="">Up bulge</problem>
  <problem id="291" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="3." stars="">Left arete</problem>
  <problem id="292" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="4." stars="">Face</problem>
  <problem id="293" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="5." stars="">Right arete</problem>
  <problem id="294" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="6." stars="">Left side of slab</problem>
  <problem id="295" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="7." stars="">Right side of slab, with amazing friction.</problem>
  <problem id="296" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="8." stars="">Up steep face. SDS is a project.</problem>
  <problem id="297" name="Imperial Dalek" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="9." stars="">Tricky sit start to nice moves up pinnacle.</problem>
  <problem id="298" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="10." stars="">Back of pinnacle behind Imperial Dalek.</problem>
  <problem id="299" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="11." stars="">Nice crack.</problem>
  <problem id="300" name="" extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="12." stars="">Arete</problem>
  <problem id="301" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" number="13." stars="">Awkward bulge.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="302">Sweet Science Area</text>
  <text class="text" id="303">These boulders are 150-200m north of the Dildo Boulders, directly below the last sealed roadside carpark before the pinnacle carpark. Head down the hill from the carpark and trend slightly right. The majesty of many boulders in this area is difficult to see from above.</text>
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  <text class="text" id="305">The first boulder with problems is Ringside and is about 50m from the road, and is on a relatively flat area. The boulder has a steep face down-hill with some white marks on a break on its eastern side.</text>
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  <problem id="307" name="" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="" stars="">The stand start is a nice warmup. The sit start is a project.</problem>
  <problem id="308" name="Ringside" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="" stars="">Two metres right of Ringside is a problem that could break something.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="309">Luv Yuz All boulder is 10m from Ringside, down and to the right and has a low roof and rail.</text>
  <image id="310" width="" src="Luv-Yuz-All.jpg" height="510" noPrint="false"/>
  <image id="311"/>
  <problem id="312" name="Luv Yuz All" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="1." stars="">Start on the jug dyno to the lip then mantle over the top.</problem>
  <problem id="313" name="Punched in the Ring" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="2." stars="">Start on the jug dyno to the right and mantle the top or move up the rail.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="314">Body Blow boulder is about 10m North of Luv Yuz All and is the boulder with the tree immediately behind it. To get to Body Blow drop down on the Luv Yuz All side till you can walk around to the bottom of the boulder.</text>
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  <problem id="316" name="Body Blow" extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V5" number="1." stars="***">Up the slopey rail to the top. The sitstart will add some difficulty but likely take a star off the quality.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="317">Lookout Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="318">There are a couple of groups of boulders on the hillside below the lookout. They have some good problems on steep clean rock with good landings and easy access if you can find them.</text>
  <text class="access" id="319">These boulders are straight below the lookout building in the scree, at the same level as the following boulders. The landings are pretty bad except when smoothed out by some spring snow.</text>
  <image id="320" src="Mt Wellingtonlookout4.jpg" height="300"/>
  <problem id="321" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="1." stars="       ">Start underneath small fallen column and climb out bulge.</problem>
  <problem id="322" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V4/5" number="2." stars="       ">Start under fallen column and after tricky initial move climb up through bulge.</problem>
  <text class="access" id="323">This column is down the hill about 15m from the previous ones.</text>
  <image id="324" src="Mt Wellingtonlookout5.jpg" height="342"/>
  <problem id="325" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="1." stars="       ">Project - start underneath and go left and up</problem>
  <problem id="326" name="Don&apos;t be such a pussy Nerm!" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="2." stars="       ">Start on edges underneath column and use right heelhook to go up and right</problem>
  <text class="access" id="327">Follow a vague track that starts on the right hand side of the lookout building for about 40-50m down the hill and to the right to find these boulders, which can be seen from inside the lookout.</text>
  <text class="text" id="328">Lookout Boulders - Right:</text>
  <image id="329" src="Mt Wellingtonlookout3.jpg" height="345"/>
  <problem id="330" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="1." stars="*">Thin seam up slab</problem>
  <problem id="331" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="2." stars="       ">Corner crack</problem>
  <problem id="332" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="3." stars="       ">Slab/face</problem>
  <problem id="333" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="4." stars="       ">Face using aretes</problem>
  <problem id="334" name="Red" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="5." stars="*">Nice face</problem>
  <problem id="335" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="6." stars="       ">Start 1m right of Red and up through bulge</problem>
  <problem id="336" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="7." stars="       ">Slab/face, start just right of corner</problem>
  <text class="text" id="337">This the main group of boulders, 30-40m to the left.</text>
  <image id="338" width="" src="summit2.jpg" height="311">null</image>
  <problem id="339" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="1." stars="       ">Up broken prow</problem>
  <problem id="340" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="2." stars="       ">Corner</problem>
  <problem id="341" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="3." stars="*">Up slopey slab</problem>
  <problem id="342" name="This Big" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="4." stars="       ">Climb slab by spanning aretes</problem>
  <problem id="343" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="" stars="">Slab and hand crack just around to right from This Big</problem>
  <problem id="344" name="Get Up" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="5." stars="*">Up steep prow on jugs</problem>
  <problem id="345" name="       " extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="6." stars="">Project - Start as for Grovel, traverse steeply left and finish as for Get Up</problem>
  <problem id="346" name="Grovel" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3/4" number="7." stars="">Start off jug and thrutch straight up over bulge</problem>
  <problem id="347" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V3/4" number="       " stars="*">The face left of Stella's Arete</problem>
  <problem id="348" name="Stella&apos;s Arete" extra="(Stand)" grade="V4" number="8." stars="***">Steep and classy arete</problem>
  <problem id="349" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" number="9." stars="">Project - Hard face</problem>
  <problem id="350" name="Nice Job" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="10." stars="**">Classic dolerite arete</problem>
  <problem id="351" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V0-" number="11." stars="">Easy face</problem>
  <problem id="352" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="12." stars="">Easy corner</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="353">Lower Lookout Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="354">Another small group just down and to the south of Stella's Arete.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="355">Apple Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="356">A group of steep pinnacles 50m to the south of Stella's Arete at the same level.</text>
  <problem id="357" name="Pop an Apple in His Ass Yeah" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="1." stars=""/>
  <problem id="358" name="Project" extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" number="2." stars="">Pull between thin incuts.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="359">Fence Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="360">There are a couple of groups of small pinnacles towards the mesh fence along the side of the broadcast centre. Walk down the fence from the car park until about halfway, then head north to find the boulders.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="361">South Wellington</text>
  <text class="text" id="362">Some problems have been done on the boulders out towards the Rocking Stone and South Mt Wellington. Despite the large number of free standing tors, the problems are few and far between, and difficult to write up.</text>
  <problem id="363" name="ABC 1958" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3/4" number="1." stars="">From the car park walk about 30m along the track to South Wellington, and directly opposite the TV tower you will see a small face with 'ABC 1958' graffitied on it. Sit start on good flat hold and up on slopers.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="570">Patient Lady Boulders</text>
  <text id="571">These boulders are about a 20 minute easy walk from the summit car park. Head south along the main path past the tv tower until there is a path veering right, keeping on the edge of the plateau. The boulders are fairly easy to spot as they are the first large, decent looking group of boulders you will come across. The landings are good and rock quality is also good with some interesting features.</text>
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  <problem id="573" name="Measure of uncertainty" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="1">decent warm up</problem>
  <problem id="574" name="Water among Sand" fa="Eli " extra="(Stand)" grade="V5" number="2" stars="*">Well worth a look at, quite friction dependent. Sit start would make it harder.</problem>
  <problem id="575" fa="Eli" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="3">Chimney :)</problem>
  <problem id="576" name="New Theory" fa="Eli" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="4" stars="***">Start with hands in horizontal crack. A great climb with some lovely moves.</problem>
  <problem id="577" name="Breaky Flakey" length="" fa="Eli" extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V6" number="5" stars="">be careful about the flake up the top. A hard start but a good landing.</problem>
  <problem id="578" name="Beware French Strangers" length="" fa="Stu Bowling" extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V2/3" number="6" stars="">Good landing and a good climb.</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="525">Wellington Falls Track</text>
  <text class="text" id="526">There are a few sandstone and dolerite boulders on the Pipeline Track out to Wellington Falls. The sandstone is similar to the Springs and the dolerite is 'softer' than elsewhere on the mountain.</text>
  <text class="text" id="527">From Ferntree keep driving towards Nieka and park at Morphet's Road. Head up the track to the Pipeline Track.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="528">Pipeline Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="529">Pipeline boulder is about 100m from the junction with the pipeline track (5 minutes walk from the car), it is a steep dolerite boulder metres from the track on the right.</text>
  <image id="530" width="" src="Pipeline Boulder.jpg" height="640" noPrint="false"/>
  <problem id="531" name="Slipshod" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="1." stars="*">Start on the obvious jug head left to the top via the big slopes.</problem>
  <problem id="581" name="Slipshod Direct" length="" fa="CW" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="1a" stars="">Sitstart under obvious jug, R hand in two-finger pocket. Bust up to jug, continue up Slipshod.</problem>
  <problem id="532" name="Passport To Paradise" length="" fa="CW (with SDS only) " extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="2." stars="**">Hard start leads to an interesting top. SDS just right of Slipshod Direct, L hand on good edge just above two-finger pocket, R hand on good undercling to right.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <problem id="533" name="Passing interest" extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" number="3." stars="*">Start on the arete and follow to the top.</problem>
  <problem id="534" name="Slipped Interest" length="" fa="CW" extra="" grade="V4" number="4." stars="**">Start up Passing interest and finish up Slipshod.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="535">Bumblebee Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="536">About 3km along the track there is a blue water valve where a road goes down left. About 100m further on from this after a few slight bends there is a big burnt stump and a small cairn on the right side of the track. The Bumblebee boulder is visible in the bush 10m up the hill. The approach is an easy 15 minute mountain bike ride, or a 30-40 walk (which probably isn't worth it).</text>
  <image id="537" src="Mt Wellingtonbumblebee1.jpg" height="400"/>
  <problem id="538" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" number="1." stars="       ">Slab to the left of tree</problem>
  <problem id="539" name="Bumblebee" extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" number="2." stars="       ">Up through bulge on sidepulls. Project - sit start on flakes</problem>
  <problem id="540" name="Rincon" extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" number="3." stars="*">Climb arete behind tree starting from big jug</problem>
  <image id="541" src="Mt Wellingtonbumblebee2.jpg" height="400"/>
  <problem id="542" name="Leatherwood" extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" number="4." stars="*">Sitstart at flake and up using edge, don't use holds on the arete or Giant. A bit contrived but still worthwhile.</problem>
  <problem id="543" name="Giant" extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" number="5." stars="*">Sitstart at great pockets in scoop. Dyno up and left.</problem>
  <problem id="544" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="6." stars="       ">Up on far right side of face</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="545">Lucky Boulder</text>
  <image id="546" src="Mt Wellingtonlucky.jpg" height="320"/>
  <text class="access" id="547">About 50m past the Bumblebee boulder there is a concrete culvert where a creek crosses the track. The Lucky Boulder can be seen 15m downhill.</text>
  <problem id="548" name="Unlucky" extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="1." stars="       ">Featured slab on downhill side of boulder</problem>
  <problem id="549" name="Got Lucky" extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" number="2." stars="       ">Climb the right side of the arete right of Unlucky with an awkward landing</problem>
  <image id="550" src="Mt Wellingtonlittle.jpg" height="320"/>
  <text class="access" id="551">Down about 10m from the Lucky Boulder a high ball buttress can be seen, which does not have any problems on it yet. Go across the hill for 10m to find a smaller boulder.</text>
  <problem id="552" name="Mountain Laurel" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="       ">Up slopey arete to left of tree</problem>
  <problem id="553" name="       " extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" number="2." stars="       ">Mossy slab right of tree</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="554">Man Fern Slab</text>
  <image id="555" src="Mt Wellingtonmanfern.jpg" height="320"/>
  <text class="access" id="556">Another 5m across the hill is a 6m high slab with a man fern at its left arete.</text>
  <problem id="557" name="Man Fern" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="       ">Start just left of the man fern and follow the arete up and left.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="558">Wedge Boulder</text>
  <image id="559" src="Mt Wellingtonwedge.jpg" height="375"/>
  <text class="access" id="560">50m downhill down the creek from the Lucky Boulder is a large boulder.</text>
  <problem id="561" name="Wedge Politics" extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" number="1." stars="       ">Start at corner, up through bulge and onto slab</problem>
</guide>