God's Country Mostly Bouldering33 routes in crag
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Sadly this crag possessing 29 problems is now 100% overgrown with trees, dense shrubs, bushes, vines, ferns and reeds. There's leeches and tics galore and the rocks are covered in slimy moss and run off from up above. Access around the crag is near impossible. The rock has not been exposed and thus has not weathered and is prominently choss.
A mix of vertical and slightly overhanging hard sandstone wall, this crag offers a variety of nice slab problems and great beyond vertical "power walls" in the V0 to V8 range. Take care when cranking on small holds - some of the rock is quite friable.
To get to the crag, park 50 metres south of the speed cameras on the eastern side of Arterial Road in Killara. Climb up 50 or so metres to find the first, extensive row of cliffs and head further up the hill for more. Be aware that there is a serious lack of car parking space (only a few spots to the left and right of the speed camera area). As a result, please try to minimise the number of cars you bring to the crag.
Ethic inherited from North Shore
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