Virtually every inch of exposed rock anywhere at the beach has a route on it. To find a route, pretty much, pick any random piece of rock. There’s a route there. Move three feet right or left. There's a route there.

If the rock is only two feet high there’s a no-hands route on it.

Ed Seedhouse

Some Fleming Beach eliminates:

The Fisherman’s Wall

The Slab

The Corner

Between The Corner and The Slanty Wall

The Slanty Wall

Vision’s Area

Under The Overhang

Left Side Under The Overhang

The Little Overhang

The Overhang

Above The Overhang

Between The Overhang and The Yellow Face

The Yellow Face

The Nose

The Far Right Wall

Bonus content:

Greater Victoria Boulder Problems 1999