Overlooking Upper Lane Cove River in a nice bushland setting this area has a mix of boulder top rope and lead climbs. Much of the protection is out dated and caution should be taken. In 2012 a number of the old bolts in the courtyard were backed up with new stainless rings. The area is worth visiting if your in the area. There are numerous possibilities for new moderate sport routes.
Park at the end of Browns Rd Turramurra and head down the track to left. This will bring you to the top of the courtyard. Head down through the gully at the north end of the courtyard.
- Ethic: inherited from North Shore
Respecting the enviroment and keeping crags clean will maintain a healthy and important relationship between the climbing community, local councils and National Parks. Carry out what you take in and enjoy what the North Shore has to offer.
If you come across an area that is being developed or you think could be under development, please show all due respect to the developers and do not climb the projects listed on thecrag.com.
Not many details available. Many of the climbs are marked and have top rope bolts. As well as the small crags of Browns Rd a number of climbs exist in the cutting on Comenara Parkway where it crosses Lane Cove River. Old faded route initials can be seen when walking along the road. Evidence of a climbing era that's long past with the increased traffic in the area.
|1||Courtyard Area Area||Top Rope,Trad and other styles||22||13||10m||5|
|2||YKS Wall Area||Trad,Boulder and other styles||4||3||10m||3|
|3||Lower cliff Area||Trad,?||2||0||10m||2|
|4||The High Alley Area||Boulder,?||7||4|
|5||Aid Walls Area||Trad,Aid and Sport||8||0||12m||2|
|6||The Block and environs Area||All Boulder||8||6|