Tambourine Bay Rock climbing43 routes in area
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A fun play area somewhat reminiscent of Lindfield, but less extensive. The moderate grades, easy access and toproping facilities will surely appeal. The area is popular with non-climbers and has a bushcare group, so don't screw up access and retrobolt the walls (which are too short to be worthwhile anyway). Most of the crags are shaded and cool and have some moss or lichen.
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Ethic inherited from North Shore
Respecting the enviroment and keeping crags clean will maintain a healthy and important relationship between the climbing community, local councils and National Parks. Carry out what you take in and enjoy what the North Shore has to offer.
If you come across an area that is being developed or you think could be under development, please show all due respect to the developers and do not climb the projects listed on thecrag.com.
The recorded climbs at the main crag were first written up by Ian Ryan. Most of these routes were either soloed or led, however most are probably better described as toprope or boulder problems. Information on routes at the eastern sector is sketchy, and most details have been determined by locating old bolts and climb initials, plus notes from Scott Campbell published in Peter Balint's bouldering guide.
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