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Hagges
26/03/2012
3:47:53 PM
Does any one have a bouldering woodie in Melbourne. Around 40-50 degrees steep. Small fingery holds and tiny footholds?

phillipivan
26/03/2012
3:50:01 PM
Are the holds not small enough on Burnley Wall 3?

ajfclark
26/03/2012
3:59:09 PM
Lactic Factory?
Hagges
26/03/2012
4:30:42 PM
The bouldering walls are ok but I am after more variety so I can work on specific weaknesses. I hear the Geelong gym has what I am after but it is too far for regular visits after work
Hagges
26/03/2012
5:01:24 PM
http://www.climbingworks.com/download/pictures/A_Gallery_-_the_Works_Tour/motherboard.jpg

I'm basically looking for this but in Melbourne. I loved this thing. Nothing in my opinion will get you stronger, quicker.

ajfclark
26/03/2012
5:44:22 PM


I like the high fingerboard for giants. ;-)

I always found the bouldering at both Bayside and Lactic to be very good, though you might not find exactly what you're after.

If you want something really specific, you're probably best off building your own system board/woody/whatever.
widewetandslippery
26/03/2012
7:55:35 PM
now I have heard it all, blame the soft woody for being a soft c--k

JimmyS
26/03/2012
9:34:27 PM
We have a moon board down here in Geelong, and a large bouldering area, but nothing to the scale of that thing!

salty crag
27/03/2012
9:37:02 PM
Hardly get to pull down on plastic but spent a few days in Geelong a while back and really enjoyed a session at the Rock. Stuck to the bouldering area and had lots of fun, some nice people over that way. OT sorry.
Hagges
28/03/2012
9:17:06 PM
Does anyone have one that they've already built I could pop round and use from time to time? (Doesn't have to be as large as that thing!)
Hagges
28/03/2012
9:22:17 PM
On 26/03/2012 widewetandslippery wrote:
>now I have heard it all, blame the soft woody for being a soft c--k

I'm not really sure what you're getting at here?

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