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Long/Lat: 151.147573, -33.926540
A small bouldering wall useful to know about if you live nearby.
A small bouldering area in the bush, with sharp, pocketed sandstone providing a few problems and a short traverse.
The crag is in bush parkland, close to part of the Two Valleys Track (TVT) in Canterbury council area.
From the end of Unwin Street, Undercliffe (which is walking distance from Tempe train station), continue walking along the track past some outcrops on your right for about 50 m. Step around the fence (the normal walking track), and after about 25 m further on, past the huge pipes, turn up hill for about 20 m to find the crag tucked away in some bushes.
Start just left of arete, any holds up to big jug and top out,
Extension: sit start down and right just in front of small tree. Stay low and traverse across to start of main route.
★ Sneaky Jackals
Sit start below green streak. Move left to last jugs, then longer move to small rail and then top.
Start in crack at left end. Using R side, move up and over. Sandy.
★★ Gecko Pocket Traverse
Start in crack on the left, traverse across and top out just before arete.
★★ Loop the loop
About 20m left (looking in) of the main cliff is another small outcrop. Start on the lower level at the crack. Move right along the lower level to the far end, before bumping up to the lip and traversing it leftwards to end where you began.
|V3||★★||Gecko Pocket Traverse||3m|
|★★||Loop the loop|