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Long/Lat: 151.217345, -33.799130
- Unique Features And Strengths:
Steep hard roof problems.
Large cave with only a handful of problems, all fairly hard.
Park around no 44 Sunnyside Crescent. Head down across the large flat rocks and down the stone stairs. Follow this right along underneath a house and you'll come to a large cave. This is it. Most problems are on the left hand side.
- Ethic: inherited from North Shore
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Sit start at the back of the cave, squeeze and compress your way along the spaced out holds to a difficult finish up the flaring crack.
FA: Tom Farrell
Start low on a juggy shelf at the left side of the cave. Make a big first move to a block protruding from the roof and follow the obvious line of slopers to the incut finishing jugs.
FA: Sharik Walker
One Of A Kind
FA: Chris Webb Parsons, 2010
On the right side of the cave, marked with a chalk "8" on the wall. Stand start on undercuts and move left to finish on the good rail about 4m away from the start.
On the far right side of the cave, might have already been done.
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