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Bouldering at Mt Buffalo
scda
25-Feb-2019
10:11:28 AM
I was just wondering if there is much good bouldering up at Mt Buffalo?

I can't seem to find much info about it online which was surprising given how much rock there is up there.

Duang Daunk
25-Feb-2019
10:47:17 AM
On 25-Feb-2019 scda wrote:
>I was just wondering if there is much good bouldering up at Mt Buffalo?
>
>
>I can't seem to find much info about it online which was surprising given
>how much rock there is up there.

Been forced out of the Grampians already eh bro?

Thereís heaps of routes there if you boulder like Alex Honnold does!
dalai
25-Feb-2019
12:08:11 PM
On 25-Feb-2019 scda wrote:
>I was just wondering if there is much good bouldering up at Mt Buffalo?

Large grained granite blocks doesn't make for pleasant bouldering...
scda
25-Feb-2019
1:10:22 PM
Ah Thanks, I thought there must be a reason!
dalai
25-Feb-2019
1:21:35 PM
Previous topics on the subject.

Bouldering at Buffalo 2007
Bouldering at Mt Buffalo 2016
scda
25-Feb-2019
1:52:25 PM
Thanks for that.

I might check out behind the chalet and see how it is. The rest of the state is too hot this weekend!

ajfclark
Online Now
25-Feb-2019
2:40:00 PM
On 25-Feb-2019 scda wrote:
>Thanks for that.
>
>I might check out behind the chalet and see how it is. The rest of the
>state is too hot this weekend!

Not great.

gordoste
26-Feb-2019
10:53:15 AM
The traverse on the Leviathan is worthwhile.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
27-Feb-2019
7:24:16 AM
On 25-Feb-2019 dalai wrote:
>On 25-Feb-2019 scda wrote:
>>I was just wondering if there is much good bouldering up at Mt Buffalo?
>
>Large grained granite blocks doesn't make for pleasant bouldering...

Itís the future of bouldering dalai(!) ... when the impossible problems of yesteryear become the next great things of tomorrowyear.
Heh, heh, heh.
rb
27-Feb-2019
7:33:00 AM
I reckon there's heaps of bouldering to be done. It's not all coarse slabs either! Go for a wander with a pad and a wire brush and you might be surprised what's out there.

I'll put some stuff on The Crag at some point, once I've ticked off the best problems anyway.

Macciza
28-Feb-2019
6:14:29 PM
No. There is not really any bouldering to be found up there... it's a fragile alpine environment that does not need the bouldering hoarders trashing and causing access issues ...
Please stay away... nothing to see up there ...

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