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Sport and Boulder
Long/Lat: 151.213864, -33.777500
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.
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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
Follow the cliff line right for about 300m.
The face to the right of the arete.
FA: Sharik Walker
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
|19||Striking Face||9m||1.2. Right Side|
|20||Striking Arete||10m||1.2. Right Side|
|20 X||Lazy Bolters||12m||1.1. Left Side|
|V9||Hi Sylv||1.3. Bouldering|