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Table of contents

1. Project Wall 5 routes in Crag

Summary:
Sport and Boulder

Long/Lat: 151.213864, -33.777500

Approach:

Park in Drumcliffe Ave Killarney Heights, on the left before the houses. Walk south towards Middle Harbour and slightly downhill until you reach the main (lower) cliff line.

Ethic: inherited from North Shore

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1.1. Left Side 1 route in Cliff

Summary:
All Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Lazy Bolters

At the right hand end of the wall with three prominent overlaps.

The lower offs are expansion bolts so take care.

FA: Greg Andrews, Will Monks, 1998

20 XSport 12m

1.2. Right Side 2 routes in Cliff

Summary:
All Sport
Description:

Follow the cliff line right for about 300m.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Striking Arete

The arete.

20Sport 10m
2 Striking Face

The face to the right of the arete.

19Sport 9m

1.3. Bouldering 2 routes in Unknown

Summary:
All Boulder
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 The Manhattan line

FA: Sharik Walker

V12Boulder
2 ** Hi Sylv

Start on the juggy hold at head height, make a big move up to some crimps then push up and right to finish standing on the slab or topping out

V9Boulder

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
19 Striking Face Sport 9m 1.2. Right Side
20 Lazy Bolters Sport 12m 1.1. Left Side
Striking Arete Sport 10m 1.2. Right Side
V9 ** Hi Sylv Boulder 1.3. Bouldering
V12 The Manhattan line Boulder 1.3. Bouldering