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Moving to Mentone
jimmylinton
30/04/2004
7:57:28 AM
Hi me and my family are moving to melbourne to live in october, hopefully around the mentone area.
I live presently in the north east of england..... Whats the scene like around there whats the nearest crag or bouldering area, climbing wall etc to mentone. I am really looking forward to getting over there and meeting new people..... Got two kids 4 and 6 year olds so being doing a lot of bouldering lately but hopefully getting back into trad soon.
chez jimmy

Rupert
30/04/2004
9:40:43 AM
Jimmy - we have several of your English bretheren out here already (although I don't know how many are in Mentone) and they all seem to like it very much. Perhaps its something to do with sunshine, lots of warm stone, very few crowds and a generally great lifestyle. I don't live over that side of town so I cant comment on the closet bouldering or indoor climbing wall - I'm sure you'll find something to amuse you. Maybe someone else here knows?
Cheers, Rupert

Rupert
30/04/2004
10:02:57 AM
Ok.. So we can't spell, but the climbing's good here right Will?

Richard
30/04/2004
1:11:59 PM
On 30/04/2004 Rupert wrote:
> I cant comment on the closet bouldering or indoor climbing wall

And there, due to a spelling mistake, a whole new sport developed......... Better try it when i get home tonight.......
jjobrien
30/04/2004
11:24:36 PM
I've been a closet boulderer for years but now that I know there are others like me I'm coming out.
dalai
6/05/2004
10:39:24 AM
Hi Jimmy,

no crags in the Melbourne city area. See guide link for Melbourne and the overview maps for 'local' i.e. day trip distance areas.

For inner city training there are a few bluestone bridges and walls used. As for indoor walls, there was (still is??) a small gym in Seaford, but I would recommend driving north to Nunawading - website for the centre listed in links.

Cheers Martin

Damietta
6/05/2004
12:16:32 PM
Lysterfield is a great bouldering area within about 30 mins of CBD on well featured granite. All over the hills overlooking the Lysterfield region/suburb

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