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Long/Lat: 145.016945, -37.825903
This little overpass was THE place to train for 40+ years before climbing gyms. The area's notorious for its crimpers - so warm up! There's a few good traverses and climbs.
Beware of the traffic, both cars and bikes.
BIKE and FOOT: Approach via the cycling trail that runs along the Yarra River.
CAR: Best to park somewhere along the side streets off Yarra Boulevard (e.g. Park Grove) or find a spot at the Melbourne University's Burnley Campus.
|1||River side traverse||22|
|2||River side 5 blocks & under traverse||25|
|3||City side traverse||25|
|4||H Beam roof traverse from City to River side.||19||20m|
|5||Tunnel river side traverse||21|
|6||Tunnel city side traverse||20|
|7||Right Bolted line|
|8||Middle Bolted line|
|9||Left Bolted line|