King Davids Overhang All Bouldering16 routes in sector
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This is one challenging high overhang that'll offer some slap happy topping out. Grow a set of brass globus crucigers before attempting this regal crusade.
Access issues inherited from The Promised Land
Please respect the Houses as you walk into the crag. We have established a good relationship with the locals, including the teachers at the nearby school. Please continue to be a good example of the climbing community
Approach details soon to come.
Ethic inherited from The Promised Land
Development is still open in this area, but please make sure your new line is reasonably different to those existing. If you have any questions or concerns don't hesitate to contact the main developers - Brendon Flanagan or Ranger Dave.
Please respect the crag and clean up an trash you see. Sadly teenage punks from the local school mess this place up.
The first area of the crag that Brendon meet up with Dave at. There was much rejoicing between the two as they discovered a crag that would offer so much to the bouldering community.
Discovered by Ranger Dave Archer in July 2013 during the Great Bouldering Boom!
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