Janali Mostly Sport climbing12 routes in crag
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Well bolted micro routes with super easy access. If you've done Bangor than maybe give this a go for a couple of hours. Rock is heavily featured - stay away after rain or you will break holds.
Janali is a great example of a 'local' cliff - extremely short, super easy access and every bit of worthwhile rock has been climbed over. You could climb every good route here in an hour if you are keen. The cliff has insanely short access (under a minute) and top-ropes are easy to setup along the top of the cliff. The crag gets afternoon sun. The cliff does seep a little in places and doesn't receive a lot of traffic - the worst routes here are some of the worst routes in Sydney.
There are suburban houses right above the left side of the cliff-line. Keep your noise down and park your car with some thought to the locals who live here.
Paul Wheeler and Dave Barnes bolted the first routes here in the mid 90s. Twp decades later Neil Monteith added three other routes in between baby birthing duties.
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