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  <header id="441" name="Handsome Crag" walk="5 min" sun="All day sun" rock="Free standing sandstone boulders" intro="Handsome Crag has quite a decent amount of reasonable sandstone. There is a quite a lot of potential here for bouldering, and there has been a rapid amount of development here since it was kicked off by Dave Humphries, Jon Nermut and Campbell Godfrey in May 2008. The crag faces north and gets a lot of sun, so is a good winter venue, but too hot in summer. It&apos;s high enough that it mostly escapes the New Norfolk fog." access="The crag is on Crown Land, administered by Forestry Tasmania. To get there head up to New Norfolk and cross to the northern side of the Derwent River. Head up river and take the first right, followed by a left. Follow this through the outer suburbs of New Norfolk to the T-junction: to get to the cliff turn right along Back River Road. When it was developed, you used to be able to drive within a couple of minutes of the Stronghold and the Weakhold. Unfortunately there is now a gate on the road and the new owner doesn&apos;t want climbers driving up it. Instead, a longer access method is described below.  The turn-off to the crag is about 2.75km along Back River Road from the T-junction. Enter Handsome Cave Rd and park on the green patch on the L. If you have a 4x4 with A LOT of clearance you can keep driving on Handsome Cave Rd over some rough terrain. At the top of the first hill, where the two tracks merge again, follow the road to the L, past a shack on the L and keep driving/hiking until you get to a locked gate with a sign that says &quot;Bushwalker&apos;s Access to Handsome Caves, Private Property Both Sides of Road&quot;. This is about 20mins if you are walking. Park a bit back from this so as to not block the road. From here follow the foot track, taking the left option just a bit past the gate. 15 minutes past the gate the track goes under Handsome Caves, keep going up left. This is relatively easy to follow if you stay observant and look for cairns where they mark a divergence from the old track. At the top of the cairned track you will arrive at the old access road, you will be able to see the huge boulders of the Weakhold up to the left. Head back right along the road for another five minutes to find the cairn that marks the walk up to the Stronghold.&lt;br/&gt;The drive takes about 45 min or 40km from Hobart, the walk between 30 and 50 minutes." acknowledgement="" history="" camping="" autonumber="false"/>
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  <text class="heading2" id="7">Main Cliff Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="8">There are lots of boulders under the main amphitheatre of cliffs. The potential isn't quite as good as you'd expect, but there are a couple of good looking boulders down the left hand end that are yet to be developed.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="9">Lebowski Boulder</text>
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  <text class="text" id="11">This boulder is one of the first you come to at the far right hand end of Handsome Crag, and is only 20m up from the road. It is directly below the furthest right buttress of the crag.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="We are Nihilists" number="1." stars="" id="12">Face around the corner to the L. Up flake and onto slab.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" name="" number="2." stars="" id="13">Project - left arete</problem>
  <problem extra="(Hang)" grade="V4" name="The Big Lebowski" number="3." stars="*" id="14">Left to right lip traverse.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" name="" number="4." stars="" id="15">Project - left of centre</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" name="The Dude Abides" number="5." stars="" id="16">The right arete, made easy by holds on the right face.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="17">Excavator Boulder</text>
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  <text class="text" id="19">This steep face is about 20-30m along the road from Lebowski, just up off the road.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="The Excavator" number="1." stars="*" id="20">Steep left arete.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V7" name="" number="2." stars="" id="21">From low rail, up middle of the steep face, finishing left.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V10?" name="" number="2b." stars="" id="22">Project - Up face and finish straight up.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="23">Bulldozer Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="24">About 50m past Excavator Boulder a rough track goes up to the left. This steep face is right by the track, leaning on a tree.</text>
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  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3/4" name="The Bulldozer" number="1." stars="*" id="26">Big pull off shaky flakes to top.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="27">Crowbar Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="28">Follow the road under the cliff, and park at the lowest point where there is a decent sized pull out. Head up left to where you can see a steep prow and wall (that unfortunately has a lack of holds). Behind this are quite a few more steep boulders, but they will need some landing engineering. The steep face has good potential for some classics, but needs some landing engineering.</text>
  <problem extra="" grade="V0" name="" number="" stars="" id="29">Around left from steep face</problem>
  <text class="text" id="30">These problems are around right on the back of the boulder.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" name="" number="" stars="" id="31">Sit start on the arete, head left and up. Not as bad as it looks.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" name="" number="" stars="" id="32">Face right of the arete</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="" stars="" id="33">Flake in middle of face</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="" stars="*" id="34">The steep arete on the back of the boulder. Start low on slopers.</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="35">The Blockhouse</text>
  <text class="text" id="36">The Blockhouse is a fairly small area above the left hand end of Handsome Crag (straight above Hard and Fast), with potential for maybe 15 problems. Park 50m past the crag where there is a pull out on the right. Walk back towards the crag and up the ridge through a gap in the cliffs, to find an area of about 4 free standing boulders back by some cliffy bits.</text>
  <text class="heading3" id="37">The Choss Block</text>
  <text class="text" id="38">This is the chossy block closest to the road. There are a couple of easy slabby climbs on one side, and some chossy stuff on the bottom.</text>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="" stars="" id="39">Left side of featured slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="" stars="" id="40">Right side of featured slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="" stars="" id="41">Chossy jugs at the bottom of the boulder</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="42">Merci Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="43">The is the large boulder with the obvious steep face facing the road, and a high vertical face.</text>
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    <legend>46</legend>
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  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="The Original Fire" number="1." stars="***" id="45">Very nice flakes up left side of steep face. Head right to finish.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V7" name="Merci Fire" number="2." stars="***" id="46" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">Starting on the right hand pocket and left hand pinch. Up shallow crack without using arete.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="Merci Fuckyou" number="3." stars="*" id="47">The right arete of the steep face.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="Hot Engrish Tea?" number="4." stars="*" id="48">Thin crack 1.5m left of Show Day Special.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V3" name="Show Day Special" number="5." stars="*" id="49">The right arete of the vertical face</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="50">Stubbie Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="51">This is the small boulder to the right of Merci Boulder.</text>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="Slab of Stubbies" number="6." stars="" id="52">Slab on far left of boulder.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" name="" number="7." stars="" id="53">Project - sit start and up onto slab.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V8" name="Stubbie" number="8." stars="" id="54">Sit start from two crimps. Stand start off opposing side pulls is about V2.</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="55">The Theatre</text>
  <text class="text" id="56">A good little cave below the road, stays dry on rainy days. There are a several more problems to do here at a similar grade. The rock here cleans up well however quite a bit of cleaning is required. From the Stronghold carpark head 50m back down the road to the cairn, walk down through the cliff band (just the first level of cliffs) then follow it back along to your right for 50m or so.</text>
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  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="" stars="*" id="58">Big jug haul starting on the far left of cave to finish at the same jug as Borborygmi.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" name="Borborygmi" number="1." stars="**" id="59">A great sustained problem. Start at the back of the cave on the underclings, work your way through the cave finishing on the jugs above the lip.</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="60">The Stronghold</text>
  <text class="text" id="61">This area has about a dozen beautiful free standing boulders with some fantastic lines. Good rock too. Continue on Handsome Caves Rd past the Main Cliff for another couple of hundred metres until you get to an area with a couple of free standing boulders in a flat area on the right, with a small cliff line behind. You should be able to spy some more boulders up above the left side of the cliff line - this is where the good stuff is. Park in a small sandy pull out, and head up the hill for 5 minutes. Once you are above the small cliff line you should be able to see the boulders. The boulders are described pretty much top-to-bottom and left-to-right as they appear in the plan topo below.</text>
  <text class="text" id="62">There are plenty of new problems to do here. Bring a brush and spend some effort to contribute to this great area.</text>
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  <text class="heading3" id="64">Lower Boulders</text>
  <text class="text" id="65">These first problems are on the two boulders just off the road to the right of the track up to the Stronghold. Not much chop.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="" number="1." stars="" id="66">Dodgy flakes a couple of metres left of no 2.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="" number="2." stars="" id="67">The left leading ramp on the front of the boulder</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="Alpine Style" number="3." stars="" id="68">Sit start on jugs, up the rubbly ridge to the summit. Good training for New Zealand mountains!</problem>
  <text class="text" id="69">The next problem is on the furthest right boulder. Not much potential here, but lowball traversing problems exists if your willing to scrub.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="Wombat Arete" number="" stars="*" id="70" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">The most worthwhile problem on the boulder, the southern arete. Great climbingmoves for the grade, albeit extremely short. Watch you don't put your foot in the wombat burrow.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="71">Back Wall</text>
  <text class="text" id="72">There is a whole bunch of potential for high balls along the cliff at the back of the Stronghold. Not much done yet.</text>
  <problem extra="(Highball)" grade="V0" name="Al&apos;s Arete" number="" stars="" id="73">The juggy arete on the left hand end of the cliff line.</problem>
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  <text class="text" id="75">Directly behind Crack of Doom is an undercut prow.</text>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V6" name="Pommie Ring In" number="1." stars="" id="76">Up left side of prow to the jugs above the old carrot. Continuing on towards the prow will take some balls.</problem>
  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="" number="2." stars="" id="77">Project</problem>
  <text id="402" class="heading3">Beginners Block</text>
  <text id="395">These next problems are on the boulder across from "Al's arete" and "Pommie Ring In". Quite a few problems have been done on this boulder, topos and descriptions to come.</text>
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  <problem id="492" number="1" grade="V?" extra="(SDS)">Up the middle of the face downhill.</problem>
  <problem id="489" number="2" grade="V3" extra="(SDS)" stars="" name="" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">Starting on low crimps, climb the arete right of the slab.</problem>
  <problem id="399" name="Slabby McHalf-a-Slab" grade="V0" extra="(Stand)" stars="*" number="3" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">Climb up the centre of the slab that starts round waist height.</problem>
  <problem id="490" number="4" grade="V0" extra="(SDS)" stars="" name="" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">Up the horizontal slopes from a sit start.</problem>
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  <problem id="400" grade="V2" name="It&apos;s Alright..." number="5" extra="(SDS)" stars="" length="" fa="C. Allen 2010">A right-left traverse has been done starting on #4 finishing on Sunset Arete.</problem>
  <problem id="491" name="Sunrise Arete" grade="VE" extra="(SDS)" number="6" stars="*" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">The obvious traversing arete, classic at the grade.</problem>
  <text id="403">The next problem is on the waist high rock between "Beginners Block" and "Pommie..". Topo to come.</text>
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  <problem id="404" name="Easy In An Easy Chair" grade="V0" extra="(SDS)" stars="*" number="" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">Laydown start on the rail under the lip. Heelhook the lip and mantle. A classic in the same league as "Titantic".</problem>
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  <text class="text" id="79">The following problems are on the face around to the right of the prow, and only go to about half height.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="So Bad It&apos;s Good" number="1." stars="" id="80">Start at the big hold as for the next problem, traverse left along the lip with choss for feet.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="2." stars="" id="81">Sit start at big jug, straight up face to hole.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V1" name="" number="3." stars="" id="82">Arete, then move left to hole.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="" number="4." stars="" id="83">Up dirty arete to big hole.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="5." stars="" id="84">Start to the right, move leftwards up flakes to hole.</problem>
  <image noPrint="false" src="evolution2.jpg" width="" id="85" legend="true" legendTitle="Evolution Wall" legendx="5" legendy="5" height="364">
    <legend>87</legend>
  </image>
  <text class="text" id="86">This face is about half way along the back wall, behind Dave's Arete.</text>
  <problem id="394" name="Project" grade="V?">Awesome highball arete.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" name="Evolution" number="1." stars="" id="87">Traverse from jugs leftwards on flakes towards the jugs on the arete. No doubt will get harder as the flakes bust off.</problem>
  <text id="88"/>
  <text class="heading3" id="89">Smear Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="90">A smaller boulder with a nice clean face down the hill a bit.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="smearBoulder.jpg" width="" id="91" legend="true" legendTitle="Smear Boulder" height="261">
    <legend>92</legend>
    <legend>93</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V4/5" name="Smear Test" number="1." stars="**" id="92">Up the clean face starting with the opposing side pulls, give yourself a V7 tick if you doit with a sit start.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Hang)" grade="V5/6" name="Slope Test" number="2." stars="**" id="93">Hang start on the sloper. A couple of tricky move will take you onto the holds on 1, up this to finish.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="94">These problems are on the other side of the boulder from Smear Test.</text>
  <image id="495" src="slope exam2.JPG" legend="true" legendTitle="Smear Test Boulder - Backside" height="414">
    <legend>95</legend>
    <legend>96</legend>
    <legend>97</legend>
    <legend>98</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="1." stars="" id="95">Start at the very bottom of the boulder and thrutch up on the sketchy slab. Evil.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" name="" number="2." stars="" id="96">Project - Start at low jugs, up onto slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="Slope Exam" number="3." stars="**" id="97">Start on low jugs, lip traverse right on great slopes.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="" number="4." stars="" id="98">Start on slopers half way along, pull up into mantle and onto slab.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="99">Fat Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="100">This small boulder is just across from the Smear face.</text>
  <image id="496" src="fat 2.jpg" legend="true" legendTitle="Fat Boulder" legendy="480" legendx="480" height="569">
    <legend>101</legend>
    <legend>102</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="VE" name="Big Fat Crap" number="1" stars="" id="101">Arete</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="2" stars="" id="102">Dirty face to right of arete</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="103">Inner City Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="104">These are two smallish boulders that lie against each other.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="city1.jpg" width="" id="105" legend="true" legendx="5" legendy="5" legendTitle="Inner City" height="319">
    <legend>106</legend>
    <legend>107</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="1." stars="" id="106">On the left of the cave, start from slopers on lip.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="VE" name="" number="2." stars="" id="107">On right of cave start at hueco, finish over tree.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="" stars="" id="108">A couple of metres right climb the arete.</problem>
  <problem id="393" name="Inner City Blockies" grade="V2" stars="" extra="" number="" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2008">Start on the #3's arete, traverse leftwards to finish as per #1.</problem>
  <image noPrint="false" src="city2.jpg" width="" id="109" legend="true" legendx="200" legendy="5" legendTitle="Inner City" height="277">
    <legend>110</legend>
    <legend>111</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V9/10" name="Inner City Pressure" number="3." stars="*" id="110">On the back of the boulder, left side of face</problem>
  <problem extra="(Hang)" grade="V4/5" name="City Migi" number="4." stars="*" id="111">In middle of face, hang start off lower holds</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="112">Dirt Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="113">Nice little face just across from Barad-dur boulder.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="dirt.jpg" width="" id="114" legend="false" legendx="230" legendy="215" legendTitle="Dirt Boulder" height="278">
    <legend>115</legend>
    <legend>116</legend>
    <legend>117</legend>
    <legend>118</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="Fight Through the Dirt" number="1." stars="" id="115">Sit start on left of boulder, follow lip up right to jug then up.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="2." stars="" id="116">Straight up to jug.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="Dirty Faced Mother Fucker" number="3." stars="*" id="117" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2009">The footwork beta problem. Up the centre of the face from a sitstart. Harder if you're short.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" name="Dirt Music" number="4." stars="" id="118">Sit start on right side of boulder, follow lip left then up.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="119">Barad-dur</text>
  <text class="text" id="120">The eastern of the two towers.</text>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V11?" name="" number="1." stars="" id="121">Project - The awesome steep arête. Traverse left to jugs about two thirds the way up.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V5" name="Zazen" number="2." stars="*" id="122">Start up the crack a couple of metres left of Crack of Doom. Move right into Crack of Doom at the top. Good moves and improving rock as you go higher, a tad committing but with a flat landing.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V4" name="Crack of Doom" number="3." stars="***" id="123">The awesome highball crack</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" name="Harden the Fuck Up" number="" stars="*" id="124">Face around the arete right of Crack of Doom, to left of ramp.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="125">Orthanc</text>
  <text class="text" id="126">The western of the Two Towers is pretty high with some awesome lines to be done.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="orthanc back.jpg" width="" id="127" height="468"/>
  <problem extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V0" name="" number="1." stars="*" id="128">Up the arete using pocket, then up jugs to top. Descent is to drop off onto the face to the left and step across to the block.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="2." stars="" id="129">Up slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V6" name="Limpet" number="3." stars="**" id="130">Up to the right of the arete. Tricky moves at the start lead to exciting moves to get onto the slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" name="" number="4." stars="" id="131">Project - Thin face right of Limpet. Move left at the top.</problem>
  <image noPrint="false" src="orthanc.jpg" width="" id="132" height="362"/>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V0?" name="Orthanc Arete" number="1." stars="" id="133">The right hand arete, with pockets.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="134">Zinc Fingers Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="135">Zinc Fingers Boulder is just NE from Don't Fight It Boulder.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="zincfingers.jpg" width="" id="136" legend="true" legendTitle="Zinc Fingers" legendx="5" legendy="5" height="277">
    <legend>139</legend>
    <legend>140</legend>
    <legend>141</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="" stars="" id="137">Dirty slab to L of arete on back of boulder</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="" number="" stars="*" id="138">Sit start and climb steeper R side of nice featured arete.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V11" name="Uprising" number="1." stars="**" id="139">Sit start on left arete, head right to sloper on the arete then up Zinc Fingers to finish.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" name="Zinc Fingers" number="2." stars="*" id="140">Groove up middle of the boulder. Stand start is about V2.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="3." stars="" id="141">Easy arete on right side of boulder.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="142">Don't Fight It Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="143">This is one of the first boulders you come to.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="dontfightit.jpg" width="500" id="144" legend="true" legendx="5" legendy="5" height="377">
    <legend>146</legend>
    <legend>147</legend>
    <legend>149</legend>
    <legend>150</legend>
    <legend>151</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="" stars="" id="145">Line up the face a metre or two left of Setting Sun. Would be much harder if you don't use the left hand crack.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" name="Setting Sun" number="1." stars="**" id="146">Sit start of ramp, up on pockets then side pulls</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" name="Bug, Powder, Dust" number="2." stars="*" id="147">Sit start and straight up into crack and over the top.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V4/5" name="" number="2a." stars="" id="148">Start at a good sidepull right of "Bug, Powder, Dust", then up to rail and veer right past sidepulls and slaps to finish near "Don't Fight It". Refuse the temptation to use the left crack system. A little contrived.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3/4" name="" number="3." stars="" id="149">Start a bit left of Don't Fight It, and traverse right to The Panics. Could start further left but pretty hard.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="Don&apos;t Fight It" number="4." stars="**" id="150">Blunt arete using pockets to slopers.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="The Panics" number="5." stars="*" id="151">Overhang on right side of face. Starting on the obvious slopey jug.</problem>
  <problem id="384" name="Belly of the Beast" grade="V4/5" extra="(SDS)" stars="**" number="" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">Start on the same sloping jug as The Panics, do it's crux move and then go right and hug your way up the belly of the boulder.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="See Ros Run" number="6." stars="*" id="152">Traverse the whole boulder from the start of Setting Sun to the end of The Panics.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="153">Grey Slab</text>
  <text id="451">There is a small slab just up behind Don't Fight It Boulder.</text>
  <image id="497" src="grey slab2a.JPG" legend="true" legendTitle="Grey Slab - Leftside" legendy="40" height="414">
    <legend>155</legend>
    <legend>385</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" name="" number="1" stars="" id="155" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2009">Start left of the arete, move right</problem>
  <problem id="385" number="2." grade="V0" extra="(SDS)" stars="" name="" length="" fa="L. Oh 2009">Short arete on left end of slab</problem>
  <image id="498" src="grey slab2b.JPG" legend="true" legendTitle="Grey Slab" legendy="40" legendx="5" height="414">
    <legend>156</legend>
    <legend>159</legend>
    <legend>160</legend>
  </image>
  <problem grade="VE" id="156" number="3." extra="(SDS)">Up the groove.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="4." stars="" id="159">Left side of slab.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="5." stars="*" id="160">Right side of slab.</problem>
  <problem id="386" grade="V1" extra="(Stand)">Traverse slab left to right. Starting on #1 finishing on #5.</problem>
  <text id="382">This next problem is on the small boulder between the Vitriol Boulder and Grey Slab.</text>
  <problem id="383" name="Titanic" grade="VE" extra="(SDS)" stars="*" number="" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2009">A silly little problem garanteed to make you giggle. Sit start hugging the arete with two sidepulls, then go up. One star for making you giggle.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="161">Straight Lines Area</text>
  <text class="text" id="162">These first problems are on the down hill side of the Vitriol Boulder, facing the Don't Fight It Boulder.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="straightlines.jpg" width="" id="163" legend="true" legendx="460" legendy="5" height="423">
    <legend>165</legend>
    <legend>167</legend>
    <legend>169</legend>
    <legend>170</legend>
    <legend>171</legend>
    <legend>172</legend>
    <legend>173</legend>
    <legend>175</legend>
    <legend>176</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="" stars="" id="164">Short arete on left side of the Better With Age face, from a sit start.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" name="Better With Age" number="1." stars="*" id="165">Nice face on the opposite side of the boulder from Straight Lines.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" name="" number="" stars="" id="166">Variant to Better With Age on flakes just to the right.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="2." stars="" id="167">Left arete and scoop</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" name="" number="" stars="*" id="168">Start as for the previous problem and traverse rightwards around to Straight Lines and up that.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" name="Busted" number="3." stars="*" id="169">Up arete then dyno up left to the scoop.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="4." stars="" id="170">Up from flat hold, right of arete.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="Straight Lines" number="5." stars="***" id="171">Pull up from very nice rail at head height, at bottom end of the slot between the two boulders. There is a tricky technical sit start using the arete.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="6." stars="" id="172">Slab opposite Straight Lines.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V9" name="Mouthful of Love" number="7a." stars="" id="173">Sit start using thin crack and edge. Start hold has been broken since first ascent making it very stiff 9</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="7b." stars="" id="174">Pull up on jug left of arete.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" name="" number="8." stars="" id="175">Right of arete. There is a hard balancy sit start using the undercling on the arete.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" name="Fuckin Jeezus" number="9." stars="" id="176">Right hand side of slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" name="" number="10." stars="" id="177">Project - awesome steep arete with no holds</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="178">Vitriol Area</text>
  <text class="text" id="179">The next problems are at the top end of the slot.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="vitriol.jpg" width="" id="180" legend="true" legendx="5" legendy="5" height="317">
    <legend>181</legend>
    <legend>182</legend>
    <legend>183</legend>
    <legend>186</legend>
    <legend>190</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" name="Pocket Full of Pulleys" number="1." stars="*" id="181">Start at narrow pocket, move left to arete and up</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="" number="2." stars="" id="182">Arete opposite Vitriol, staying on the face.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="Vitriol" number="3." stars="***" id="183">The beautiful curved arete. Sit start is about V4 but awkward.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V5" name="Vitriol Left" number="" stars="*" id="184" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2009">Start as 'Vitriol' then chuck left to a flake (topping out on this goes at V2) and continue left via crimps to top out on the obvious horn. Bring a couple pads or helmet.</problem>
  <problem id="381" name="Project" grade="V?" extra="(Stand)">Starting on the two sidepulls left of Vitriol, heading straight up. A harder line will go that starts further right leading to the sidepulls.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="185">Two Face Boulder</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="4." stars="*" id="186">On block just around to the R of vitriol traverse lip rightwards.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="Sheriff Jeff Acid" number="4a." stars="" id="187">On the right hand side of the block, sit-start of the pinch on the arete and up to flat jug just below top of boulder and top-out as for problem 4.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="188">Dave's Arete Area</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="Pedro" number="4b." stars="*" id="189">On boulder between Dave's Arete and Two Face boulder. Sit-start off large rightward sloping ledge via slot to left arete then up to top.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V6" name="Dave&apos;s Arete" number="5." stars="" id="190">The awesome looking arete. Gets a bit desperate at the top. Can be done with a sit start if the arete isn't inspiring enough for you.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="" number="" stars="" id="191">Slab to right of arete</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" name="" number="" stars="" id="192">Next slab right</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="" stars="" id="193">Next slab right</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="" stars="" id="194">Right hand arete of the slab</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="195">Gatekeeper Boulder</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="gatekeeper.jpg" width="" id="196" height="261"/>
  <text class="text" id="197">Featured boulder to the right of Inchman - could do with some more cleaning and traffic.</text>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="1." stars="" id="198"/>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="2." stars="" id="199"/>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="3." stars="" id="200"/>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="4." stars="" id="201"/>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" name="" number="5." stars="" id="202"/>
  <text class="heading3" id="203">The Balcony</text>
  <text class="text" id="204">This is the short exciting looking 45 degree wall on top of the cliff which can be seen on the walk up. Careful not to knock your spotter off, if you can get one.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="Balcony2.jpg" width="500" id="205" legend="true" legendTitle="The Balcony" legendx="300" legendy="5" height="375">
    <legend>206</legend>
    <legend>207</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V6/7" name="" number="1." stars="" id="206"/>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" name="" number="2." stars="*" id="207">Start on pockets then up and left to the big sloper - still awaiting a topout.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="208">Inchman Boulder - North Face</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="inchman.jpg" width="" id="209" height="186"/>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="1." stars="" id="210">Slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="2." stars="" id="211">Slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="3." stars="" id="212">Slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="4." stars="" id="213">Slab</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="Autobahn" number="" stars="**" id="214">A marathon cleaning effort by Pete and an excellent warm up. Start up the right hand arete on the North Face of the Inchman Boulder and traverse the lip left to the arete, around the arete then follow the horizontal till you reach Fark knows..., if you're not warmed up then head back again.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V4" name="Autobahn In Low Gear" number="" stars="**" id="215" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2008">A footwork intensive low variation of 'Autobahn'. Start as per 'Autobahn' and traverse left keeping hands below lip, take a couple grades off if you use the detached flake on the ground near the left arete.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="216">Inchman Boulder - East Face</text>
  <text class="text" id="217">These slabby walls provide some entertaining for those sampling their first bouldering experience.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="Artists Wall 2.jpg" width="500" id="218" legend="true" legendTitle="Artists Wall" legendx="5" legendy="5" height="375">
    <legend>219</legend>
    <legend>220</legend>
    <legend>221</legend>
    <legend>222</legend>
    <legend>223</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0-" name="Fark knows...not feeling creative today!" number="1." stars="" id="219"/>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0-" name="Moaning Lisa" number="2." stars="" id="220">Also the descent route.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="A-muse-ing" number="3." stars="*" id="221">A pleasant climb up the slab. Makes for a easy no-hands problem too.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="Van Gone" number="4." stars="" id="222"/>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="Cliff Palette" number="5." stars="*" id="223">Follow the edges up the slab. Makes for a intermediate no-hands problem too.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="224">Inchman Boulder - South Face</text>
  <text class="text" id="225">The back side of Inchman has an impressive steep face which after many hours of brushing and a bit of landscaping is producing some classic problems.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="Chain_Wall4.jpg" width="" id="226" legend="true" legendTitle="Inchman" legendx="5" legendy="5" height="576">
    <legend>227</legend>
    <legend>228</legend>
    <legend>229</legend>
    <legend>230</legend>
    <legend>231</legend>
    <legend>232</legend>
    <legend>233</legend>
    <legend>234</legend>
    <legend>235</legend>
    <legend>236</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V10" name="Greed is Good" number="0." stars="*" id="227">Start around the arete left of no. 1, up to small pocket and then mantle left.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V10/11" name="Iyora" number="1." stars="***" id="228">Sit start on the opposing side pulls, a big pull brings you up to the nose then up and right to top of the boulder.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Hang)" grade="V6" name="Ball and Chain" number="2." stars="*" id="229">Start right hand on the pinch and left on the gaston, up to slope then big pull to the top.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Hang)" grade="V10" name="The Never Ending Story" number="3." stars="**" id="230">Start as for Ball and Chain and make your way right, topping out on Sledgehammer, pumpy climbing.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V5" name="Hang Me Out To Dry" number="4." stars="***" id="231">Nice face with slopers. Start on the edges below the big sloper. Take a grade or so off if you stack the pads up and start on the sloper.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V8" name="Chain Gang Bang" number="5." stars="***" id="232">Start as for Hang Me Up, traverse right and finish up Chain Gang. Originally grade V7 but after some of Tassies' hottest talent failed to send it V8 seems like a more appropriate grade ;-)</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V7" name="Chain Gang" number="6." stars="**" id="233">Start matched on incut diagonal hold a couple of metres left of Sledgehammer, up to top jugs.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" name="Block Buster" number="7." stars="*" id="234">Start left hand in crack. bad feet and bust up to big sledge hammer jug.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="Sledgehammer" number="8." stars="**" id="235">On R side of face - big pull from horizontal to horizontal then up over top.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V12" name="Nilaavu" number="9." stars="***" id="236">Start on the double gastons a couple of tricky moves and a desperate swing will get you established onto The Never Ending Story, finish as for this.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="" stars="" id="237">Just to the R of Sledgehammer, up to hollow holds.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="" stars="" id="238">On far right side of face, just left of block. Climb up R on big holds.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="239">The Musical Nook</text>
  <text class="text" id="240">These problems are found on the front cliff line, directly below the Inchman Boulder. Access near 'Don't Fight It' boulder and walk south along base of cliff or alternatively a loose downclimb near 'The Balcony'.</text>
  <image id="452" src="musical nook.jpg" legend="true" legendTitle="Musical Nook" legendx="0" legendy="360" height="435">
    <legend>241</legend>
    <legend>370</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V3" name="Tambourine" number="1." stars="**" id="241" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2009">Start with left side-pull and right mono and then up the clean, south facing arete.</problem>
  <problem id="370" number="2." name="Boris the Spider" grade="V0" stars="" extra="" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2009">Dirty chimney to the right of the arete.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="242">Meathook Cave</text>
  <text class="text" id="243">These problems are in the left hand part of the choss cave on the Back Wall, straight up the hill from Inchman Boulder.</text>
  <image id="453" src="meathook cave 2.JPG" legend="true" legendTitle="Meathook Cave" legendy="250" height="326">
    <legend>244</legend>
    <legend>372</legend>
    <legend>373</legend>
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  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="Meathook Left" number="1." stars="" id="244" length="" fa="Extension up head wall by M. Hitchcock, 2009">Left line out the cave on jugs. Originally ended at the lip of the cave, but to add some quality and a star continue out the sentry box and up the pleasant face above at the same grade.</problem>
  <problem id="372" number="2." stars="*" name="Meathook Right" grade="V1" extra="(SDS)">Right line out of the cave on jugs. Topout waiting to be done.</problem>
  <problem id="373" number="3." name="" grade="V?" extra="(Highball, Stand)">The dirty chimney to the right.</problem>
  <text id="374" class="heading3">Badass Wall</text>
  <text id="375">These problems are on the tall slightly overhanging face on the back wall, further right of Meathook cave. Uphill from Not My Problem Boulder.</text>
  <image id="500" src="Badass main 2.jpg" legend="true" legendTitle="Badass Main Wall" legendy="450" legendx="10" height="566">
    <legend>392</legend>
    <legend>501</legend>
    <legend>380</legend>
    <legend>377</legend>
    <legend>378</legend>
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  <problem id="392" name="The Sun Never Sets On A Badass Arete" grade="V?" number="1">Project- The tall overhanging arete, left of the main face. Gotta have some balls.</problem>
  <problem id="501" number="2" grade="V?" extra="(Stand)">Climb the Slab.</problem>
  <problem id="380" name="Project" grade="V?" extra="(Highball, SDS)" number="3">The next line left of #1 and right of the corner.</problem>
  <problem id="377" number="4." name="Cool Guys Don&apos;t Look At Explosions" grade="V5/6" extra="(Highball, Stand)" stars="***" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">The tall line up the prominent black streak. A classic highball, with the crux exactly where it's supposed to be. At the top.</problem>
  <problem id="378" number="5." name="Fuck The Brakes" grade="V4" extra="(Highball, SDS)" stars="*" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">Start on jugs under the small roof. Straight up to the pockets and a high topout.</problem>
  <problem id="455" grade="V4" extra="(SDS)" number="">A traverse has been done from right to left starting on sidepulls underneath Fuck The Brakes.</problem>
  <text id="502">The next problems are uphilll to the right of the main face.</text>
  <image id="507" src="hit and run action.jpg" legend="true" legendTitle="Hit And Run area" legendy="360" legendx="110" height="424">
    <legend>406</legend>
    <legend>389</legend>
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  <problem id="406" name="Hit and Run" grade="V4" extra="(Stand)" stars="**" number="7." length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">A classic mantle problem. Start at the two obvious pockets under the roof, a big moves to the lip leads to the desperate mantle. Careful of loose rubble on the slab above, the initial cleaning of the problem ended up in a trip to the Emergency room.</problem>
  <problem id="389" grade="V2" extra="(SDS)" number="8." stars="" name="" length="" fa="M. Hitchcock 2010">This problem starts just right and uphill of 'Hit and Run'. Start on rail and pocket, slap up and mantle onto the slab.</problem>
  <text id="504">This boulder is below the main face of Badass Wall.</text>
  <image id="505" src="badass block2.jpg" height="622"/>
  <problem id="506" number="1" grade="V?" extra="(SDS)">Climb up the left arete.</problem>
  <text id="388" class="heading3">White Noise Boulder</text>
  <text id="387">Between Inchman and Not My Problem boulders is a bloc with a large detached flake on the W side, and a tree at the right hand end.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="White noise.jpg" width="500" id="249" height="375"/>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="1." stars="" id="250">The left hand arete</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="White Noise" number="2." stars="*" id="251">Stand start from the obvious edge in the middle of the face, head right to the top and a fun mantle. A harder sit start may be possible.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" name="" number="3." stars="" id="252">From the good pinch just left of the tree up and over the dead branch.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="253">Not My Problem Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="254">This is the most southern decent boulder of the area.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="notMyProblem.jpg" width="" id="255" height="406"/>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="I&apos;ll Cry If I Want to" number="1." stars="*" id="256">Up on crimps and seams to groove and glory jugs!</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V3/4" name="Not My Problem" number="2." stars="**" id="257">Steep arete to balancy top out.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" name="Ticked Off" number="3." stars="" id="258">From scoopy holds with left hand, up arete via pinches to top.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="259">Fiddler Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="260">About 100m further along on the edge of the ridge is a boulder with a prominent prow</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="Slide1.jpg" width="300" id="261" legend="true" legendx="5" legendy="5" legendTitle="Fiddler Boudler" height="397">
    <legend>262</legend>
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  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" name="Fiddely Du" number="1." stars="**" id="262">Awkward start from the flake then up R via the obvious pocket.</problem>
  <text class="heading2" id="263">The Weakhold</text>
  <text class="text" id="264">The Weakhold is a fantastic area with high potential for new problems of all grades. The climbing is varied, being composed of boulders from forty-five degrees overhanging to gentle slabs. The holds are typically quite slopey, however an assortment of pockets, crimps and jugs can also be found. The setting is quite beautiful, and the area tends to be a little shadier than The Stronghold. Contrary to the beliefs of some, the rock is typically good quality, however it can be quite dirty in places thus requiring intensive cleaning. The bulk of the problems already developed are of exceptional quality, with several being some of the best in the state. Having said this, there is definite potential for many more quality problems of various grades and style, so get out there and do some brushing! Keep going along the road until a track heads off left, park just before this. Scramble up the hill to find a series of about half a dozen large boulders.From the GPS co-ordinates it looks as though this area is in the corner of the same Crown Land parcel as the Stronghold. You can easily walk here from the Stronghold by walking about about 500m along the the hillside, keeping to the same level as the Stronghold. The boulders are described L to R, as you face the back wall.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="weakholdOverview.png" width="" id="265" height="233"/>
  <text class="heading3" id="356">J'Aimerais Bien Francais</text>
  <text class="text" id="357">This is the east facing wall at the far end of the massif.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V7" name="J’Aimerais Bien Francais" number="1." stars="***" id="358">An ultra classic problem. Sit start on the obvious jug and head up the wall into the committing finishing moves. If you break the crimps off at the start please put them somewhere safe.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V5/6" name="" number="2." stars="**" id="359">The classic high arete on the right edge of the J'Aimerais Bien Francais wall.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="360">Extra Terrestial Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="361">Extra Terrestial Boulder is the boulder below the end of the back wall and probably the southern most boulder at the Weakhold.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="Slab boulder topo.jpg" width="400" id="362" legend="true" legendx="5" legendy="5" height="534">
    <legend>364</legend>
    <legend>365</legend>
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  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="" number="" stars="" id="363">Project - This slab is begging to be climbed. Start on the obvious rail and head up onto the slab.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="V?" name="" number="1." stars="" id="364">Someone's cleaned some holds here.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V3" name="James Wishes he was a Frenchman" number="2." stars="**" id="365">Superb climbing up the main face of the boulder. Start on the sidepulls on the face, climb delicately up the face before gaining the arête at about two-thirds height.</problem>
  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="" number="3." stars="" id="366">Not marked on topo. The arête to the right of James Wishes he was French.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="345">Illumination Wall</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="illumination.jpg" width="" id="346" height="696"/>
  <text class="text" id="347">This large featured wall is along a bit further from Heartstarter Wall.</text>
  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="" number="1." stars="" id="348">Project</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" name="" number="2." stars="*" id="349">Up on pockets from right hand side of the scoop on the left side of the wall.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Hang)" grade="V5/6" name="Everything is Illuminated" number="3." stars="***" id="350">The classic of the crag. Squat start on the obvious rail about 1m off the ground, head up through the bulging wall to an interesting top out. Three stars anywhere in the world!</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V5/6" name="Rightly Illuminated" number="4." stars="" id="351">Starting on the jugs at head height up to the corner of the seam, past a crimp rail, to join Everything is Illuminated (a left healhook on the jugs is key). Probably a touch harder than Everything is Illuminated but not much.</problem>
  <problem extra="" grade="V8" name="Leftwards to Ruination" number="5." stars="" id="352">Start as Rightly Illuminated but bust right into Ruination day and Illuminatie finish. Maybe just a bit harder than Ruination but maybe not significantly.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V8" name="Ruination Day" number="6." stars="**" id="353">Start on the big jugs in the middle of the wall, head up and then punch out right to top out in the same place as Illuminatie.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V6" name="Illuminatie" number="7." stars="***" id="354">Start on the jug at the right hand end of the wall, head straight up the face to top out.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5?" name="" number="8." stars="" id="355">The right most and easiest problem on the wall. Sit start on the juggy rail and head up and rightish.</problem>
  <problem id="442" name="Illumination Traverse" stars="**" grade="V4" extra="(SDS)">Traverse the wall in either direction along the obvious line. How many cross throughs can you do on a single problem?</problem>
  <text id="443" class="heading3">8 Seconds Boulder</text>
  <text id="444">This is the little freestanding boulder just next to Illumination Wall. It has a problem on each arete.</text>
  <problem id="445" grade="V0" extra="(SDS)">Chossy jugs on the left arete of the face facing Illuminate Wall.</problem>
  <problem id="446" stars="*" name="8 Seconds" grade="V5" extra="(SDS)">The undercut righthand arete. Traverse the lip on slopers then up.</problem>
  <problem id="447" grade="V2" extra="(SDS)">The left arete of the opposite face.</problem>
  <problem id="448" grade="V0" extra="(Stand)">The right arete of the opposite face.</problem>
  <text id="427" class="heading3">Big Ol' Slabby Wall</text>
  <text id="428">Between the Illumination Wall and Heartstarter Wall, above a large fallen dead tree, is the Big Ol' Slabby Wall.</text>
  <problem id="429" number="1" name="Ian The Piker" grade="V1" extra="(Stand)">The twin flake systems up the heavily brushed slab. Easier (or at least less committing) if you are tallish! Add a grade with the right hand start.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="340">Heartstarter Wall</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="heartstarter.jpg" width="" id="341" height="573"/>
  <text class="text" id="342">This is the first of a couple of very good quality overhanging walls on the massif that forms the right hand edge of the Weakhold. It is situated about 20m past the Seduction Bloc on the right hand side.</text>
  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="Blindness" number="1." stars="" id="343">Project - This desperate little number needs to wait for a cold day. Start on the obvious edge on the lip of the steep section of wall, head up past slopers and sidepulls to top out.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V8" name="Heartstarter" number="2." stars="**" id="344">Standing start on an undercling/sidepull with the right hand and a bad edge with the left, head up and left through a series of slopey edges.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="319">Seduction Bloc</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="niceBoulder.jpg" width="" id="320" legend="true" legendTitle="Seduction Bloc" legendx="5" legendy="5" height="346">
    <legend>322</legend>
    <legend>323</legend>
    <legend>325</legend>
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  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="Nice Crack" number="" stars="*" id="321">Starts at jugs below the thin crack left of Bonjour, up past crack, onto slab, trend slightly right to top.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="Bonjour" number="1." stars="**" id="322">Sit start down and right on the jugs and head up and left onto the arête.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="Ca va" number="2." stars="**" id="323">Head straight up past the slopey rails. Ultra classic.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="Ca va Bien" number="" stars="*" id="324">The line of slopers just to the right of The Double - similar but much harder.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V2" name="The Double Traverse" number="3." stars="*" id="325">Sit start out right on the jug and traverse across the slopey break before finishing up Nice Jugs, or harder up The Double.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="" stars="" id="326">From the start of The Double Traverse, up and left on small holds to jugs at the top.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V0" name="Nice Flake" number="" stars="*" id="327">From the start of Nice Traverse follow flake up right then to bucket.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="Bum Hummers" number="" stars="" id="328">Slab around to the right of the previous problems. Sit start on the sloping jugs and head straight up the face.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="Humming Bums" number="" stars="" id="329">Starts 1m right of Bum Hummers and heads up and right to top out.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="There Where the Pepper Grows" number="" stars="**" id="330">Sit start in the slopey break and head up before busting out left under the arête to finish on the left face.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="The Seduction of Silence" number="" stars="**" id="331">The classic of the boulder. Start as for There Were the Pepper Grows but head straight up on the right side of the arête.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="332">Elvis Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="333">This is the next boulder across, with an undercut front. First problems are on the front.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" name="" number="" stars="" id="334">From chossy jugs through bulge</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="" stars="" id="335">Start as for the next prob, head up and around left</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2?" name="" number="" stars="" id="336">Up crack line to slopey top out</problem>
  <text class="text" id="337">These problems are on the back of the boulder, facing Nice boulder.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="VE" name="Elvis" number="" stars="*" id="338">Nice easy jugs on left end from rail</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="" stars="" id="339">1m to the right</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="301">Agent Smith Bloc (aka Rope Boulder)</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="rope1.jpg" width="" id="302" height="291"/>
  <text class="text" id="303">This is the tallish boulder that leans against the right side of The Eco-terrorist Bloc. The problems on this boulder range from easy to moderate in difficulty. There are two descent options, the front face of the boulder, or the tree on the backside.</text>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="Moondance" number="1." stars="**" id="304">A beautiful little number. Squat start down low on some good holds, then head up and left through the moon scoop and top out.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V0" name="" number="2." stars="" id="305">Left of arete</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="3." stars="*" id="306">Juggy crack</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="4." stars="" id="307">Start on the good slopey edges and head up and right through the weird slopey stuff</problem>
  <image noPrint="false" src="Rope Boulder Shady Side.jpg" width="600" id="308" legend="true" legendx="5" legendy="5" height="450">
    <legend>310</legend>
    <legend>311</legend>
    <legend>312</legend>
    <legend>313</legend>
    <legend>314</legend>
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  <text class="text" id="309">This is the bottom side of the same boulder.</text>
  <problem extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V2" name="" number="1." stars="" id="310">Start on two edges and head for the big slope. Finish straight up.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V1" name="" number="2." stars="" id="311">Head for the big hole then right at the top.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" name="" number="3." stars="" id="312">Project maybe a little contrived.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="4." stars="*" id="313">Start on slopey crimp and head for the jug.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V4" name="Monkey Gone to Heaven" number="5." stars="*" id="314">Start at low pockets 1m left of tree. Up to break then dyno to top.</problem>
  <image noPrint="false" src="RopeBoulder Front Topo.jpg" width="500" id="315" legend="true" legendx="300" legendy="5" height="375">
    <legend>316</legend>
    <legend>317</legend>
    <legend>318</legend>
  </image>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V5" name="" number="1." stars="*" id="316">Slopers just right of the tree</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="Russian Doll" number="2." stars="**" id="317">Line 1m left of Rope a Dope, to same top out</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="Rope a Dope" number="3." stars="*" id="318">Jugs to slopey top out</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="291">The Book Thief Bloc</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="frechyBoulder.jpg" width="" id="292" legend="true" legendTitle="Book Thief" legendx="280" legendy="5" height="346">
    <legend>294</legend>
    <legend>295</legend>
    <legend>296</legend>
    <legend>297</legend>
    <legend>299</legend>
    <legend>300</legend>
  </image>
  <text class="text" id="293">This is the gigantic bloc to the right of the Chronicle Boulder. There is a good flat boulder here to set up base camp on for the day. This boulder's namesake problem, The Book Thief, is surely one of the best in Tasmania. The Eco-terrorist Bloc leans up against the right side of this boulder.</text>
  <problem id="449" grade="V3" extra="(Highball, SDS)">Follow the crack line to the left of the Book Thief.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V?" name="The God of Small Things" number="1." stars="" id="294">Project - Stand start on two small small sidepulls, punch up and right to the arête and continue up just left of The Book Thief.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V10" name="The Book Thief" number="2." stars="***" id="295">The striking highball arête on the main face of the boulder. Sit start on the jug at the bottom of the arête, lob up to the sloper and continue up past edges and pockets before cruising up the highball victory head wall. The easiest way down is to down climb the headwall and jump onto the pads.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" name="Pendulum" number="3." stars="" id="296">It’s very hard to say how hard this is, maybe around V-6ish. Sit start with your right hand on the bottom most hold on the flake and the left hand on a small edge, slap up the flake to the jugs and head up the easy top out. Escape out right across the Eco-terrorist Bloc. If you start on the slopey jugs it’s a classic V1/2.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="Atomised" number="4." stars="*" id="297">The right hand arête of the Book Thief Bloc. Sit start on the juggy slot at the bottom of the arête, head up and left via a series of slopes and crimps, top out as for Pendulum.</problem>
  <text class="text" id="298">These next problems are on the small, steep face to the right - this is the Eco-Terrorist Bloc.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" name="Eco-Terrorist Assis" number="5." stars="" id="299">The left hand arête sit start to Eco-Terrorist. Start left hand on a dimpled sloper on the left hand arête and the right hand on a slopey break low down on the face, punch out and up to finish up Eco-terrorist. Harder than Eco-Terrorist.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V9" name="Eco-Terrorist" number="6." stars="***" id="300">The main face with two cracks spilling down it. Start with the left hand in the three-finger pocket and the right hand on the edge at the bottom of the crack, bust up using underclings and sidepulls. There is a direct sit start to go using two sloping edges on the face below.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="285">The Chronicle Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="286">This is the first house-sized boulder you see on your left. There is potential for several problems on the main face, however they have not as yet been brushed. There is a classic V6 on the right face called Chronicle of a Death Foretold.</text>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V6" name="The Doctor" number="1." stars="**" id="287">The obvious sit-start on two edges heading up the face below the main arête of the boulder.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V5" name="Chronicle of a Death Foretold" number="2." stars="**" id="288">Start matched on the one-pad edges on the steepest part of the wall, head up and left to top out.</problem>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V?" name="" number="3." stars="" id="289">Project - traverse in start to Chronicle of a Death Foretold. Starts way around to the right on the front side of the boulder.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Highball, Stand)" grade="VE" name="Big Coins" number="" stars="" id="290">Start just left of arete near Book Thief. Head straight up, easy climbing after a low crux. Is this just the stand start to The Doctor?</problem>
  <text id="412" class="heading3">Slabby Boulder</text>
  <text id="413">This low angle boulder is behind the Chronicle Boulder. It has some ok warm ups.</text>
  <image id="414" src="slabby.jpg" legend="true" legendTitle="Slabby Boulder" legendx="280" legendy="250" height="360">
    <legend>415</legend>
    <legend>416</legend>
    <legend>417</legend>
    <legend>418</legend>
    <legend>419</legend>
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  <problem id="415" number="1." grade="VE" extra="(Stand)">Left arete</problem>
  <problem id="416" number="2." grade="VE" extra="(Stand)">Juggy face left of the arete</problem>
  <problem id="417" number="3." grade="V0" extra="(Stand)">Slab</problem>
  <problem id="418" number="4." grade="V1" extra="(Stand)">Slab</problem>
  <problem id="419" number="5." grade="V1" extra="(SDS)"/>
  <text id="420" class="heading3">Double Dave Prow</text>
  <text id="421">This is the steep prow behind Slabby Boulder.</text>
  <problem id="422" stars="*" number="1." name="Double Dave Prow" grade="V3" extra="(Highball, SDS)">Up the left edge of the prow. Struggle up to the horizontal break then down climb off to the left.</problem>
  <text id="407" class="heading3">Corner Crack Wall</text>
  <text id="408">This nice wall is at the far west end of the Weakhold, as the back wall turns left.</text>
  <image id="409" src="cornercrack.jpg" legend="true" legendTitle="Corner Crack" legendx="320" legendy="5" height="372">
    <legend>410</legend>
    <legend>411</legend>
  </image>
  <problem id="410" stars="**" name="Corner Crack" number="1." grade="V1" extra="(SDS)">The obvious layback crack.</problem>
  <problem id="411" number="2." stars="**" grade="V4/5" extra="(SDS)">Start just right of the corner crack at a flat hold. Move right then up via slopers.</problem>
  <text id="464" class="heading3">Politik Boulders</text>
  <text id="465">These are the series of boulders out from Corner Crack wall.</text>
  <image id="466" src="politik.jpg" height="360"/>
  <problem id="467" number="1." grade="V0" extra="(Stand)">Easy slab on left</problem>
  <problem id="468" number="2." grade="V4/5" extra="(Stand)" stars="*">Tricky slab</problem>
  <problem id="469" number="3." grade="V3" extra="(Stand)" stars="**">Up seam line using side pulls on to slab</problem>
  <problem id="470" number="4." stars="***" name="Politik" grade="V4/5" extra="(Stand)">Start using undercling, up through bulge on slopers and crimps, a fun problem. The hard sit start is a project.</problem>
  <problem id="471" number="5." stars="*" grade="V3" extra="(SDS)">On the next boulder across, sit start using opposing side pulls, up on to slab.</problem>
  <problem id="472" stars="*" number="6." name="Eyes Wide Shut" grade="V6?" extra="(Stand)">Slab through little bulge. Harder than it looks.</problem>
  <problem id="473" number="7." grade="V?" extra="(Stand)">Project - slab on the right</problem>
  <text id="430" class="heading3">Monkey Boulder</text>
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    <legend>433</legend>
    <legend>434</legend>
    <legend>435</legend>
    <legend>436</legend>
    <legend>437</legend>
    <legend>438</legend>
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  <text id="431">This is the next boulder west from the Chronicle Boulder.</text>
  <problem id="433" number="1." grade="V9" name="Tales From Outer Suburbia" stars="**" extra="(Hang)">Undercut face on far left of boulder to sloper finish</problem>
  <problem id="434" number="3." stars="*" grade="V3" extra="(SDS)" name="Code Brown">Sit start just left of the arete on back of the boulder, head up and L.</problem>
  <problem id="435" number="4." grade="V3" extra="(SDS)" name="One Foot High">Sit start at sloper in middle of face. Up.</problem>
  <problem id="436" number="5." stars="*" name="Gnarly Monkey" grade="V2" extra="(SDS)">Sit start as for the previous problem, traverse R on the line of slopers to finish up Wee Brown Monkey.</problem>
  <problem id="437" number="6." grade="V1" extra="(SDS)">Start just right of crack, up.</problem>
  <problem id="438" number="7." name="Wee Brown Monkey" grade="V0" extra="(SDS)">The R arete of the face.</problem>
  <problem id="439" number="8." grade="V4" extra="(SDS)" name="Common Problem" stars="*">On the far right side of the boulder, just right of a thin crack. Start on edges, a couple of hard moves leads to jugs.</problem>
  <text id="457" class="heading3">Caliginous Boulder</text>
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    <legend>459</legend>
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  <text id="458">This is the next boulder along from Monkey boulder. It has some ok problems, but needs traffic.</text>
  <problem id="459" grade="V3" extra="(SDS)" number="1." name="Caliginous">Face left of the arete</problem>
  <problem id="460" grade="V3" extra="(SDS)" stars="**" name="Masons&apos; Handshake" number="2.">Start on holds each side of the arete and head for the top.</problem>
  <problem id="461" grade="V2" extra="(SDS)" number="3.">Right of the arete</problem>
  <problem id="462" grade="V1" extra="(Stand)" number="4.">On the right of the boulder</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="277">Slackers Cave</text>
  <text class="text" id="278">The 'obvious' roof/cave below the Weakhold proper. Featured cave with glassy rock in places. The easiest way up is to follow the uphill track then head up the ramp to the eastern end of the cave.</text>
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    <legend>280</legend>
    <legend>281</legend>
    <legend>282</legend>
    <legend>283</legend>
    <legend>284</legend>
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  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="" number="1." stars="" id="280">Start on the big jug and finish hanging from the big mossy jug. Award yourself three foam stars for softness if you soften or pike the finish (includes cleaning the jug!)</problem>
  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="" number="2." stars="" id="281">Line to big jug and into corner.</problem>
  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="" number="3." stars="" id="282">Hard problem with interesting looking finish. Not a lot around the lip.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Hang)" grade="V2" name="Buckets" number="4." stars="*" id="283">Follow the buckets to stand on the ledge. Down climb or don the moss slippers for the top.</problem>
  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="" number="5." stars="" id="284">Looks like a traverse either way may be on.</problem>
  <text class="heading3" id="266">International Traveller Boulder</text>
  <text class="text" id="267">This boulder is about half way between the Stronghold and the Weakhold, and is easily visible from the road, with the steep left arete.</text>
  <image noPrint="false" src="internationalTraveller.jpg" width="" id="268" height="329"/>
  <problem extra="(SDS)" grade="V3" name="Drunk German" number="1." stars="*" id="269">Sit start up steep bottom arete, best line on the boulder. Needs a bit more cleaning at the top.</problem>
  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="" number="2." stars="" id="270">Left side of bottom face.</problem>
  <problem extra="" grade="V?" name="" number="3." stars="" id="271">Right side of bottom face.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="4." stars="" id="272">Easy arete, also the descent.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="VE" name="" number="5." stars="" id="273">Top arete</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" name="" number="6." stars="" id="274">Left side of top face</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V1" name="The Spaniards are Coming" number="7." stars="" id="275">The middle of the top face. SDS is possible.</problem>
  <problem extra="(Stand)" grade="V2" name="Arrogant American" number="8." stars="" id="276">Right hand side of top face. SDS is possible.</problem>
  <text id="474" class="heading2">The Outpost</text>
  <text id="475">The Outpost is on the opposite hill side from the Weakhold, in the middle of a patch of bush. The Outpost Arete is quite clearly visible. To get there take the track on the left just after the Weakhold parking area. Follow this down to a gate, then take the right hand fork up the hill. Follow this across the top of the patch of bush, then go back down the hill on the far side. About half way down is a little triangle shaped orange rock - The Outpost is about 40m into the bush from here.</text>
  <text id="476" class="heading3">Outpost Boulder</text>
  <problem id="477" number="1." grade="V?" extra="(Stand)">Lower angle slab on the left of the main face.</problem>
  <problem id="478" number="2." grade="V?" extra="(Highball, SDS)">Project - sit start a couple of metres left of the crack. Up through a big undercling to slopers and the slab.</problem>
  <problem id="479" number="3." grade="V?" extra="(Highball, SDS)">Project - up the thin crackline to slab.</problem>
  <problem id="480" number="4." extra="(Highball, SDS)" grade="V?">Project - Hard line a couple of metres left of the arete.</problem>
  <problem id="481" number="5." name="Outpost Arete Left" grade="V2" extra="(Highball, SDS)" stars="*">Steep start the climb left side of the arete.</problem>
  <text id="482">The back of the boulder is a grey slab.</text>
  <problem id="483" stars="*" number="1." name="Outpost Arete Right" grade="V2" extra="(SDS)">Sit start just left of the arete, follow the arete right to where it seems sensible to do a mantle.</problem>
  <problem id="484" stars="*" number="2." grade="V1" extra="(Stand)">Slab about 3m right of the arete.</problem>
  <problem id="485" number="3." grade="VE" extra="(Stand)">Next slab right.</problem>
  <problem id="486" number="4." grade="VE" extra="(Stand)">RIght hand slab.</problem>
  <text id="508" class="heading3">The Bunker</text>
  <text id="509" class="text">The Bunker is a hidden gully above the Outpost. To get there go down the left hand track from the weakhold parking to a gate. Through the gate take the left fork which goes up the hill a bit. After a minute or two you can see a bit of scrappy grey rock up the hill. Scramble up to this. Just up behind this the hidden gully starts. This area is quite shady and so not much good in winter.</text>
  <text id="513" class="heading2">Lower Trackside</text>
  <text id="540" class="heading3">The access to this area is currently being investigated due to access issues and going to the boulders should be avoided until all access issues are resolved!</text>
  <text id="514" class="text">Lower Trackside is a small boulder field just off the main 'Handsome Cave' 4x4 track. Park near the old gate with the sign on it, or walk up to here, and take the fork to the right instead of left, a vague track leads into the bush next to a pile of old tyres. From there, the boulders are about 50 to 100 metres off the tyre pile straight through the bush (track marked by cairn). The short track forks into two after about 30 metres, left to the Watchtower Boulder and right to Edgar's Boulder.</text>
  <text id="522" class="heading3">Edgar's Boulder</text>
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  <problem id="517" stars="" extra="(Stand)" number="1" name="The Murders" length="" grade="V0" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Stand start on the sidepull edges, head straight to topout mantle onto the slab. Good warm up. Slightly harder sit start can be added, does not add any good climbing to it though.</problem>
  <problem id="518" stars="" extra="(Stand)" number="2" name="The Mystery - Open Project" length="" grade="v5-7?" fa="">Stand start on the undercling/sidepull or good sidepull edge to the right of the hole. Up right to the good slopey crimp rail, match, straight up to slopey sidepull and mantle onto the slab via edges. Stay away from the jugs above and left of the start hold.</problem>
  <problem id="519" stars="**" extra="(Stand)" number="3" name="The Fall" length="" grade="V3" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Start underclinging the hole/scoop and head straight up via jugs, edges and a high step.</problem>
  <problem id="520" stars="*" extra="" number="3a" name="The Fall - left" length="" grade="V3/4" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Just slight difference of The Fall, therefor not really a problem in its own right, nevertheless really good and fun climb for sure worth a try. Use hole/scoop undercling further left to start off with, throw for incut edge of The Fall, up left to sloper on the lip and mantle finishing up the slab as for The Fall.</problem>
  <problem id="521" stars="" extra="(Stand)" number="4" name="The Raven - Open Project" length="" grade="V8-10ish?" fa="El Amigo Con Cojones Grandes, 2015">Either start as for The Fall or The Fall - Left and match on sloper on lip, keep traversing lip leftwards to slopey sidepull, depending on cojones and skill, either mantle when on slopey sidepull, or keep going further left to a mantle at the highest point of the boulder.</problem>
  <text id="523" class="heading3">Henry's Boulder</text>
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  <problem id="525" stars="*" extra="(Highball, Stand)" number="1" name="Wild Apples" length="" grade="V1" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Start on the jugs on the right, head straight up and follow the arete to the top of the boulder. Bring many pads, or even better, just don't fall.</problem>
  <problem id="526" stars="*" extra="(Highball, Stand)" number="2" name="Walden" length="" grade="V1" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Start as for Wild Apples, head up and left to upper line of flat jugs, head left traversing around the front of the boulder, mantle onto rail and top out over good edges as feet on the left of the boulder, top out over highest point and have fun sliding down the backside.</problem>
  <problem id="527" stars="*" extra="(Highball, Stand)" number="3" name="The Service" length="" grade="V3?" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Start as for Wild Apples and Walden, head left on lower rail of good holds, traverse leftwards on goodish holds and up to meet flat jugs of Walden. From there, finish as for Walden.</problem>
  <problem id="528" stars="***" extra="(Hang)" number="4" name="Resistance" length="" grade="V3-5" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Grade highly dependent on height of climber and not confirmed as of yet, the easier it is to reach the sloper, the lower the grade. shorter people have to jump start, hence higher grade. Don't stack the pads for an easier start though.&lt;br/&gt;Jump/reach to sloper, go right to good hold and follow hold line up to the left, mantle into the ledge and finish as for Walden and The Service.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Great little problem, good fun if you are short enough to have to jump to the start hold.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <problem id="529" stars="" extra="(Stand)" number="5" name="Disobedience - Open Project" length="" grade="V7?" fa="">Start on sidepull and pocket on the left, follow up the arete, make a big move to alright hold and finish as for Walden and others.</problem>
  <problem id="530" stars="" extra="(Highball, Stand)" number="6" name="Walking" length="" grade="V0" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Start on the left side of the boulder on good holds, go straight up and finish slightly left of Walden and others. Good climbing, not so good landing. Not quite sure about the grade, confirmation needed.</problem>
  <text id="532" class="heading3">Jack's Boulder</text>
  <text id="539" class="text">Jack's Boulder is the next boulder about 50 metres down the hill from Edgar's and Henry's Boulder.&lt;br/&gt;Easiest way of getting there is to follow the faint track down the hill from the right hand end of Edgar's Boulder.</text>
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  <problem id="534" stars="" extra="(Stand)" number="1" name="Lost Face" length="" grade="V1" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Stand start on slopers and mantle up onto the slab, finish straight up.</problem>
  <problem id="535" stars="**" extra="(Stand)" number="2" name="The Acorn-Planter" length="" grade="V4/5" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Start as for "Lost Face", traverse left along slopers and follow up the lib up to the good crimps, finnish on the left as for "Son Of The Wolf".</problem>
  <problem id="536" stars="*" extra="(Stand)" number="3" name="Son Of The Wolf - Stand" length="" grade="V0?" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Stand start on the sidepull, move up via crimps and jugs to finish up straight.&lt;br/&gt;Not sure about grade yet, needs confirmation.</problem>
  <problem id="538" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="4" name="Son Of The Wolf" length="" grade="V7?" fa="T. Krauss, 2013">Obvious sit start to "Son Of The Wolf - Stand"&lt;br/&gt;Start on left hand sidepull and right hand crimp.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Not quite sure about the grade yet, needs confirmation.</problem>
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