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Technical vertical faces, pumpy overhangs, stamina pieces, boulder problems in the sky, steep cave climbing, this little crag has it all. Great summer crag with brilliant views from the seaside walls
Sportclimbing at Mt Ninderry has been developed over the last few years. Prior to this occasional parties ventured up the odd trad route, though this activity went largely unrecorded. Many of the new routes are true sportclimbs while others are ''adventure sport'' with varying rock quality and trickier routefinding. A handful of long slings are handy and a 60m rope will suffice for most routes.
Mt Ninderry is an access sensitive area. Please keep this in mind. There is a longer hike in from the public carpark on the backside, however there are trespass issues from the frontside.
Wear a helmet, use a stick clip, be safe and tread lightly and quietly. Be careful of the grass trees and orchids. Don't impinge upon potential trad routes with new bolts. Respect tagged routes and the individuality of existing lines. And please dispose of human waste properly!
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