PC stands for 'Project Crag' or 'Planet C**k'. Whatever the name, this crag contains some of the hardest and most popular (difficult) routes at Nowra, including one of the hardest, White Wedding 34. Though the crag is dusty and can sometimes be damp or seeping the routes are mostly excellent and varied. Avoid altogether in high humidity or after/during rain. Summer is a bad idea in general even though it gets all day shade. Bring a rope tarp - it's a dusty place.
Park at 240 Yurunga Drive, North Nowra. Walk to the lookout, jump the fence on the left hand side, and descend sketchy rungs and rock ledges for 20m to base of cliff. This descent is not suitable for kids, non-climbers or dogs. Some of the rungs are feeling a bit loose - take care! There is a longer, but much safer descent, further south. Park at 9 Murrell Place, North Nowra and walk down tourist track and follow it aprox 400m north along river bank to base of crag.
All routes have lower-offs and no route is higher than 20m.
Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.
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