Palm Beach Boulders Mostly Bouldering56 routes in boulder
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Two large and prominent stand-alone boulders on the sand in the middle of Palm Beach with some good problems on them, and some more shaded bouldering at the far north end of the beach.
Excellent for a day of bouldering and a swimming.
Storm Update: Although previously one could rely on the sand as a bit of a crash pad for the boulders in the middle of Palm Beach, now a boulder pad is needed as most problems are currently highballs due to the washed away sand. There's also rock showing in some places under the boulders.
The numbered alternate names for problems are from Peter Balint's "Sydney Bouldering" Guide from 2001 (http://www.australianbouldering.com/guides/sydney/sydney_guide)© (sm)
For the boulders in the middle of Palm Beach, continue on Barrenjoey road around the to the ocean side of the peninsula and drive south along the beach until you see the two large boulders. Pull up right next to them.
For the North Pam Beach Boulders, park at the lighthouse carpark and walk up to the north end of the beach on the ocean side.© (sm)
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