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<guide version="3">
  <header id="27" name="Taroona" walk="1 min" sun="All day sun" rock="Dolerite" intro="The Taroona boulders have some nice problems on wave sculpted dolerite. Access is very easy and they have a pleasant location. An ideal after work area. At high tide a lot of the boulders are under water, so check the tide before coming." access="For Marys Grange Boulders, drive down Sandy Bay Road and continue on into Taroona. Turn left down Grange Ave and park at the bottom of the hill. Follow the short track to the beach and emerge at the first boulder. For Crayfish Pt Boulder, continue on for a km or two until Taroona Cr. Drive down this to the shore, and park at the far left of the park. Take the bitumen path along the shore past Bachelor&apos;s Grave. Just past this are some steps which lead down to a pump house on the shore. The boulder is just past this."/>
  <text<gps id="2839" class>
    <point pid="heading22">Marys Grange Boulders</text>
  <image src="Taroonataroonamap.jpg" id="4" height="301"/>
  <text class=" description="Mary&apos;s Grange Boulder" latitude="-42.93349" longitude="147.35998" easting="529373" northing="5246508" zone="55G"/>
    <point pid="3" description="Poxy boulders" latitude="-42.93347" longitude="147.36012" easting="529384" northing="5246510" zone="55G"/>
    <point pid="4" description="Salty Boulder" latitude="-42.93303" longitude="147.36084" easting="529443" northing="5246558" zone="55G"/>
    <point pid="5" description="Crayfish Point Boulder" latitude="-42.95129" longitude="147.35570" easting="529015" northing="5244532" zone="55G"/>
  <text id="28" class="heading2">Marys Grange Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="5">The first, largest boulder which is pretty obvious when you get to the shore line:</text>
  <image src="Taroonataroona1.jpg" id="6" height="356"/>
  <problem id="37" stars="**" extra="(Highball, Stand)" number="0." name="Technical Mariner" length="" grade="V3/4" fa="CW">Climbs the arête/face furthest left (around the corner), staying predominately on the left face. Technical with a couple of intricate foot moves and a thought-provoking, slopey topout. A great problem!&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="       " number="1." stars="" id="7" length="" fa="">Sit start on left of face and follow diagonal line up and right</problem>
  <problem id="38" stars="*" extra="(SDS)" number="1a." name="High Time" length="" grade="V2" fa="CW">Start as for the previous problem but go straight up via crack. &lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V5" name="       " number="2." stars="" id="8" length="" fa="">Up friction slab and face.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" name="       " number="3." stars="" id="9" length="" fa="">Project? - arete</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V5/6?" name="E7" number="4." stars="" id="10" length="" fa="">Stand start from good edge, up and slightly right to small holds in seam, top out</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="       " number="5." stars="" id="11" length="" fa="">Up slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="       " number="6." stars="       " id="12">Up groove</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" name="       " number="7." stars="       " id="13">Up on right end of face</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2/3" name="       " number="8." stars="       " id="14">Traverse diagonal line right to left and top out</problem>
  <text class="text" id="15">There are a couple of short poxy problems on the blocks in front</text>
  <image src="Taroonataroona2.jpg" id="16" height="224"/>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="       " number="1." stars="       " id="17"/>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="       " number="2." stars="       " id="18"/>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="       " number="3." stars="       " id="19">Sitstart and mantle</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="       " number="4." stars="       " id="20">Sitstart and mantle</problem>
  <text class="text" id="21">Further on there are a couple of squarish blocks with some easy problems. Further on again is a free standing block with an overhung north face.</text>
  <image src="Taroonataroona3.jpg" id="22" height="300"/>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2/3" name="Salty" number="1." stars="**" id="23">Sitstart on edge on left side of overhang, up and right to jug then to top</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="Salt Encrusted" number="2." stars="**" id="24">Same start as for Salty, match jug then bust to sidepull crimper. Topout in middle of boulder.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="       Sea Lion Solution" number="3." stars="       " id="25">Sitstart under arete to the right of Salt Encrusted, with one hand either side. Climb up the arete, topout on right.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="26">There are some more blocks further on that have not been developed yet due to the fact they need a very low tide.</text>
  <text id="29" class="heading2">Crayfish Point</text>
  <image id="30" src="crayfish.jpg" height="416"/>
  <problem id="31" number="1." grade="V0" extra="(Stand)">Left face</problem>
  <problem id="32" number="2." grade="V3" extra="(Stand)" name="Lightning" stars="*">Seam on left side of steep front face. The sit start is a hardish project.</problem>
  <problem id="33" number="3." name="Quick Trip" grade="V3" extra="(Stand)" stars="*">The right arête of the front face. Easiest by going up right, harder if you go direct. The sit start might go.</problem>
  <problem id="34" grade="V0" extra="(SDS)">Sit start just left of the back right arête.</problem>
  <problem id="35" grade="VE" extra="(SDS)">Easy angled arête at the back right.</problem>
  <problem id="36" grade="V0" extra="(Stand)">Slab on back of the boulder.</problem>