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  <header autonumber="true" camping="" id="1" walk="8 - 20 min flat walk" sun="All day sun" rock="Flakey vertical dolerite, mostly free standing boulders" name="Kempton Quoin" intro="This is one of the most impressive of the accessible dolerite cliffs in southern Tasmania. People have dabbled occasionally over the years but even now the cliff is best described as &quot;undeveloped&quot;. Because of this, the Guide is very short compared to the amount of rock there. &lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Kempton has a reputation for chossiness as the rock is hard, flakey, dolerite, but with cleaning some great problems have emerged on the blocs scattering the hillside. There is potential for many more blocs and problems." history="" acknowledgement="by James Trainer" access="Both the climbing and the described parking / walking access are on private land and this access relies on good will of the land owners. Please read and follow the guidance below, to try to maintain this goodwill.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;• Do not drive past the bottom (red) gate. Even if it is open.&lt;br/&gt;• Park in such a way that you are not blocking the maintenance vehicles that from time to time do need access through the locked gate.&lt;br/&gt;• Walk along the established road and 4wd track to the crag.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;The land in the area is a former logging coupe, that now has conservation covenants. A number of the houses in the area are also only lived in part time. There have been a number of incidents of illegal shooting / logging / trapping / motorbike riding / theft in the area. Unfamiliar vehicles can make locals uncomfortable. &lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;• Leave a note on the dash of your vehicle, with a name, phone number and the text “climbing” (for example, “Bob – Climbing – 0412345678”). If you forget pen and paper, leave something else that makes it obvious you are climbing (a quickdraw?).&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;More generally:&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;• Do not camp or stay overnight;&lt;br/&gt;• Drive at an appropriate speed along the dirt access roads. There may be children, stock, or wildlife on the road.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Please do not drive past the first (red) gate, always park here and walk. This is imperative for continued access to Kempton Quoin.&lt;br/&gt;There are 2 options for access, the fastest way is to follow the track marked here: &lt;br/&gt;https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zNPYMNE4gQmE.k6bqoJKX3TS4&lt;br/&gt; Turn right at the first big bend after the bottom gate, locate the old fire trail and walk along this until you reach another gate (5mins) at the gate, walk into the trees to the south (uphill) and locate the pink tags on the trees and follow them to the first sector of boulders dominated by the massive Sitting Bull boulder. From here, you can continue to follow the tags that mark tracks between the sectors. We have tried to make it as simple as possible to navigate, however the blocs aren’t super close together. &lt;br/&gt;The second way involves walking up the road and past the yellow gate. Once on the top section of road, locate power pole 97 if you want to go to Boulder Zero/ Phat as Butter etc, just past this pole is a cairn down to the right. From here, locate the pink tags in the trees and follow them. For Flying V and the slightly further areas, find the cairn between poles 100 and 101, find the cairn, then the tags, and follow them back down the hill. &lt;br/&gt;"/>
  <text id="29" class="indentedHeader">Developing: At the time of writing there were around 60 climbed problems. Spread across the hillside there are dozens more boulders yet to be climbed on, the area will yield close to 200 problems when all is fully developed. Please, get out there and climb lots of blocs, the more people who get out there the sooner all the problems will be done. There are some tools, ropes, etc stashed out there. If you use them, please put them back where you got them from, that way whoever they belong to will know where to find them. When developing, please make the boulders safe. We all know the rock at Kempton is rather friable at first, but as it is cleaned (loose rock and moss etc) it does get much better and leaves some really great rock that climbs remarkably well. But please, make things as clean and safe as possible. Some of the bigger boulders close to Boulder Zero and Sitting Bull have bolts in them to help with cleaning etc.</text>
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    <point description="Kempton Quoin red gate" code="KEM020" zone="55G" northing="5290385" easting="523462" longitude="147.28573" latitude="-42.53856" pid="2"/>
    <point description="Kempton Quoin crag - Seventh Day" code="KEM030" zone="55G" northing="5290144" easting="522370" longitude="147.2724387144" latitude="-42.5407595840" pid="3"/>
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  <text id="31" class="heading2">Flying V Boulder</text>
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  <problem id="33" name="Flying V" fa="" grade="V5" length="" number="1." extra="(SDS)" stars="***">Start on left jug. Up and left, back right joining gin soaked boy at the prominent v hold in the middle of the face.</problem>
  <problem id="34" name="Gin soaked boy" fa="" grade="V8/9" length="" number="2." extra="(SDS)" stars="**">Start on right jug, up via slopers and up and left to top out.</problem>
  <problem id="35" name="Arete Originale " fa="" grade="V3" length="" number="3." extra="(SDS)" stars="*">Start with left hand on arete and right hand on obvious crimp on right hand face. Straight up to intimidating top out.</problem>
  <problem id="36" name="Helmet Hair " fa="" grade="V1" length="" number="4." extra="" stars="*">On the face to the right</problem>
  <problem id="137" stars="*" extra="(SDS)" number="5." name="Traverse project" length="" grade="V10?" fa="">Start as for Flying V, traverse right and finish up Arete Originale.</problem>
  <text id="37" class="heading2">All The Bright Lights Boulder</text>
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      <climb>65</climb>
      <climb>66</climb>
      <climb>68</climb>
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  <problem id="65" name="Light it up " fa="" grade="V2" length="" number="6." extra="(SDS)" stars="*">Furthest left sit start on good holds, head up into big flat undercling in corner, then R to finish same top out as ATBL</problem>
  <problem id="66" name="All the bright lights " fa="" grade="V6/7" length="" number="7." extra="(SDS)" stars="***">Start low on opposing edges left of water streak. Up via edges and distinct side pull edge in middle of face. Can suffer from some seepage. Take a grade off for using good holds out left.</problem>
  <problem id="67" name="Bright it up " fa="" grade="V3/4" length="" number="8." extra="(SDS)" stars="**">Start as for All the bright lights, then traverse out left to join and finish as for Light it up</problem>
  <problem id="68" name="Last light " fa="" grade="V4" length="" number="9." extra="(SDS)" stars="*">Straight up water streak 1 metre right of all the bright lights.</problem>
  <problem id="69" name="Mood lighting " fa="" grade="V3" length="" number="10." extra="(SDS)" stars="*">Start low and right on good flat edges. Big moves of good holds lead up and left to finish up last light.</problem>
  <text id="39" class="heading2">Car Jack Boulder</text>
  <text id="40" class="text">This boulder is about 150m directly down the hill from All the Bright Lights.</text>
  <problem id="70" name="" fa="" grade="V1" length="" number="11." extra="(SDS)" stars="**">Start in large v groove. Up to left arete.</problem>
  <problem id="71" name="The cross is my carjack" fa="" grade="V3" length="" number="12." extra="(SDS)" stars="**">Start on edges. Up into corner, trending sightly left to top out. A few pads and a spot is recommended for the top.</problem>
  <text id="41" class="heading2">The Monolith</text>
  <text id="43" class="heading3">The Monolith: Left Side</text>
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  <problem id="72" name="Easter on Tuesday " fa="" grade="V1" length="" number="13." extra="" stars="*">Grab the obvious jug just below waist height and go up.</problem>
  <problem id="73" name="Can I eat it? " fa="" grade="V1" length="" number="14." extra="(SDS)" stars="*"/>
  <problem id="74" name="Screech " fa="" grade="V3" length="" number="15." extra="(SDS)" stars="">Sit start on some small scungy things and head up and right.</problem>
  <problem id="75" name="Ambivalent " fa="" grade="V2" length="" number="16." extra="(SDS)" stars="***">Start on large rail 2 metres left of water streak. Up via good edges.</problem>
  <problem id="76" name="Lurking in the corridors" fa="" grade="V3" length="" number="17." extra="(SDS)" stars="">Start low and head up and slightly right via a long move</problem>
  <problem id="77" name="Flippant " fa="" grade="V2/3? " length="" number="18." extra="(SDS)" stars="">Tricky start leads to easier ground</problem>
  <text id="44" class="heading3">The Monolith: Right Side</text>
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      <climb>77</climb>
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  <problem id="78" name="Scratch that ear " fa="" grade="V1/2?" length="" number="19." extra="" stars=""/>
  <problem id="79" name="Hold onto your nose " fa="" grade="V2/3?" length="" number="20." extra="(SDS)" stars="">Start on the rail and head up</problem>
  <problem id="80" name="Tyrannosaurus Traverse " fa="" grade="V5" length="" number="21." extra="" stars="**">Start standing on the far right end and head left finishing as for Ambivalent. Grade is reach dependent.</problem>
  <problem id="81" name="Digger" fa="" grade="V?" length="" number="22." extra="" stars="">Might need some more cleaning…</problem>
  <text id="46" class="heading3">The Monolith: Bottom End</text>
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      <climb>83</climb>
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  <text id="82" class="text">Both of these problems have been done to about half height, so the top still require some cleaning… both are rather fun and are in the V2-4 range but would be better with proper top-outs.</text>
  <problem id="83" name="" fa="" grade="V3" length="" number="23." extra="" stars=""/>
  <problem id="84" name="" fa="" grade="V3" length="" number="24." extra="" stars=""/>
  <text id="48" class="heading2">Skin Thief Boulder</text>
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      <climb>85</climb>
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  <problem id="85" name="Skin Thief " fa="" grade="V5" length="" number="25." extra="(SDS)" stars="**">Start on left hand pinch and right hand rail. Up left arete.</problem>
  <problem id="86" name="Blood Buzz " fa="" grade="V9/10 " length="" number="26." extra="(SDS)" stars="*">As for skin thief, but going up and right past thin face. Top needs a re-clean</problem>
  <problem id="87" name="Blood and Bone " fa="" grade="" length="" number="27." extra="" stars="">Not climbed yet, needs a bit more cleaning, guessing V7/8?</problem>
  <text id="50" class="heading2">Boulder Zero</text>
  <text id="52" class="text">This is the closest boulder to the road past the yellow gate. Find the cairn just past power pole 97 then head directly into the bush and look for the red and white tapes. Follow these to the bloc.&lt;br/&gt;The top outs on this boulder may require some fresh attention.</text>
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      <climb>88</climb>
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      <climb>90</climb>
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  <problem id="88" stars="***" extra="(SDS)" number="28." name="Zero-in" length="" grade="V0" fa=""/>
  <problem id="89" stars="" extra="(SDS)" number="29." name="Zero to Hero " length="" grade="V3" fa=""/>
  <problem id="90" stars="" extra="(SDS)" number="30." name="Not nuffin’ " length="" grade="V?" fa=""/>
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      <climb>91</climb>
      <climb>92</climb>
      <climb>93</climb>
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  <problem id="91" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="31." name="Ground Zero" length="" grade="V2" fa=""/>
  <problem id="92" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="32." name="Level Zero" length="" grade="V3" fa=""/>
  <problem id="93" stars="" extra="" number="33." name="Zero action " length="" grade="V?" fa="">As yet unclimbed, will be classic for those with the desire for some highball action, guessing V6-8?</problem>
  <problem id="131" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="34." name="Hora Zero" length="" grade="V3" fa="D. Lehmann 2017">start on good edge and bust up through crimps</problem>
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  <problem id="130" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="35." name="Hour Zero" length="" grade="V2" fa="D. Lehmann 2017">traverse left and up</problem>
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  <text id="54" class="heading2">Phat as Butter</text>
  <text id="55" class="text">The most classic of classic dolerite boulders, to get here, either jump over the log behind boulder zero and find the tags that lead down to the hill and to the right, or if coming from below, keep following the red and white tapes and you’ll happen by this gem.</text>
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  <problem id="95" stars="" extra="(SDS)" number="36." name="Soft as butter" length="" grade="V2" fa="">Start is harder and more awkward than it seems, but some good holds.</problem>
  <problem id="96" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="37." name="Five fat rabbit sisters " length="" grade="V4" fa="">Choose 2 of the 3 lowest holds to start on then head up through edges and slopers to top out</problem>
  <problem id="97" stars="" extra="(SDS)" number="38." name="Project" length="" grade="V12+" fa="">Start as for Phat as Butter, then head left into desperate drive by territory</problem>
  <problem id="98" stars="***" extra="(SDS)" number="39." name="Phat as Butter " length="" grade="V10" fa="">Start left hand on the lush sidepull and right hand on the far left of the lightning bolt rail then bust straight up the center of the wall avoiding Sleek as Satin (if you do the Phat as Satin combo it’s about V10?) Stand start is V9.</problem>
  <problem id="99" stars="***" extra="(SDS)" number="40." name="Sleek as Satin" length="" grade="V8" fa="">Sit start on the right side of the lightning bolt rail then head straight up the face through sick-as gastons and sidepulls&lt;br/&gt;</problem>
  <problem id="100" stars="***" extra="(SDS)" number="41." name="Tawny Scrawny Lion" length="" grade="V4" fa="">Start on the blocky bits then bust up and right-ish to top out through fun slopey business</problem>
  <text id="57" class="heading2">Cracked Egg Boulder</text>
  <text id="58" class="text">From Phat as Butter, follow the tapes leading west across the hillside, after anout 150m you’ll hit this boulder. Continue along this track to the Monolith and All the Bright Lights</text>
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      <climb>102</climb>
      <climb>103</climb>
      <climb>104</climb>
      <climb>105</climb>
      <climb>106</climb>
      <climb>107</climb>
      <climb>108</climb>
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  <problem id="102" stars="*" extra="(SDS)" number="42." name="Snatch and grab" length="" grade="V5/6" fa=""/>
  <problem id="103" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="43." name="Egg Arete" length="" grade="V0" fa=""/>
  <problem id="104" stars="***" extra="(SDS)" number="44." name="Egg on your face" length="" grade="V2" fa=""/>
  <problem id="105" stars="*" extra="(SDS)" number="45." name="Egged" length="" grade="V6/7" fa="">2 desperate moves off the deck</problem>
  <problem id="106" stars="" extra="(Hang)" number="46." name="Egg Left" length="" grade="V3" fa=""/>
  <problem id="107" stars="" extra="(Hang)" number="47." name="Egg Right" length="" grade="V2" fa=""/>
  <problem id="108" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="48." name="Egg Roof" length="" grade="V5/6" fa="">Sit start under the roof, pulling through some tricky under-cling business</problem>
  <problem id="109" stars="" extra="" number="49." name="Egg Wall" length="" grade="V1" fa=""/>
  <problem id="110" stars="" extra="" number="50." name="Egg Roll" length="" grade="V0" fa=""/>
  <text id="60" class="heading2">The Wire Boulder</text>
  <text id="61" class="text">If you walk up the lower track this is the first significant boulder you come to. There is a cluster of 4 or 5 blocs, but this is as yet the only one climbed on. To get to Phat as butter from here, head past this boulder to the right then follow the tags up and across to the right, passing a giant cave that may just yield some desperate classics.</text>
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  <problem id="111" stars="" extra="" number="51." name="Bunk Moreland " length="" grade="V1" fa=""/>
  <problem id="112" stars="" extra="" number="52." name="Marlo Stanfield " length="" grade="V2" fa=""/>
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  <problem id="118" stars="" extra="" number="58." name="Stringer Bell " length="" grade="V3?" fa=""/>
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      <climb>119</climb>
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      <climb>121</climb>
      <climb>122</climb>
      <climb>123</climb>
      <climb>124</climb>
      <climb>125</climb>
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  <problem id="119" stars="" extra="" number="59." name="Jimmy McNulty " length="" grade="V6/7" fa="">Traverse out left</problem>
  <problem id="120" stars="" extra="" number="60." name="Wee-Bey " length="" grade="V5" fa=""/>
  <problem id="121" stars="" extra="" number="61." name="Lester Freamon " length="" grade="V6" fa=""/>
  <problem id="122" stars="" extra="" number="62." name="Proposition Joe " length="" grade="V11?" fa="">Project - Start low on opposing sidepulls and bust up through the bulge.</problem>
  <problem id="123" stars="" extra="" number="63." name="Brother Mouzone " length="" grade="V6V4" fa="">Sit start in corner on right, don’t use the wall on the left, head up and right then head straight up over the bulge</problem>
  <problem id="124" stars="" extra="" number="64." name="Brother Mouzone Boogie" length="" grade=" V7V5" fa="">Start as for Brother Mouzone, but continue right along the sloping rail</problem>
  <problem id="125" stars="" extra="" number="65." name="Snot Brother " length="" grade="V3" fa="">Start on the sloping jug on the arte then head up as for Brother Mouzone</problem>
  <problem id="126" stars="" extra="" number="66." name="Snot Boogie " length="" grade="V4" fa="">Start on the sloping jug then head out right along the sloping rail</problem>
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