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Northern most approach to Sunset Park North is via Point Park. The trail that leads to the intersection of Sunset Park North and South is at the intersection of West Brow Road and Linden Road. If this carpark is full, park at the Commons and walk up, only takes about 10 mins.


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FA: Bob Mitchell

Starts in large flake which forms a chimney then lie back the higher flake which trends right onto a face. Finish on bolted ring anchors. Very fun climb. Protects with large pieces (#4) at the bottom.

Ascend the face beside Jug Mania. Surprisingly sustained 5.7 climbing leads to a hands/fist crack. Pull a slight bulge and enter a very fun train track system. Great protection, sustained climbing, long.

FA: Unknown

Challenging start with some awkward stances. Very well protected (thank god) crux as you commit to the layback! Have fun, then cruise to the top. Very good for the introductory 5.10a climber.

FA: Bruno de Robert

FA: Marvin Webb & Rob Robinson

FA: Forrest Gardner & Rob Robinson

Climb short chimney, pull strenuous roof & follow 4" crack to spacious belay ledge, 30' Pull the overhang then up the easy, exposed wall to anchor at top. 60'

FA: Tom Martin, Noel McGlothin & Tom Kimbro

great lower section

FA: 1, 6 Aug 2008

Sustained 5.10a climbing.

Boulder start up onto the dihedral. Follow the layback finger crack up to the roof. Traverse right through fun moves to find yourself in the crux move pulling up out and around the roof. Easy romp up and to the right leads to two ring bolt anchors.


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