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Access: Climbing in Kuring gai Chase National Park

The new plan of management has been released, providing potential to legitimise access to areas other than Barrenjoey. If you would like to get involved in a working party, please get in touch with president.nsw@ climb.org.au

Here’s what the new plan says: Rock climbing and abseiling will continue to be allowed at a designated site in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park at Barrenjoey Head. Applications for the authorisation of these activities at other suitable sites within Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park may be considered where safety, visitor access, environmental, and cultural heritage assessments have demonstrated that the activity can be sustainably managed and will not impact significantly on park values.

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Description

Small crag with lots of boulders ranging from traverses to highballs

Access issues inherited from Ku-ring-gai Chase

Rock climbing and abseiling will continue to be allowed at a designated site in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park at Barrenjoey Head. Applications for the authorisation of these activities at other suitable sites within Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park may be considered where safety, visitor access, environmental, and cultural heritage assessments have demonstrated that the activity can be sustainably managed and will not impact significantly on park values.

Approach

Boat access only. if you are keen you can hire a boat from palm beach and drive from there.

The Lower Cliff; once at Treharne Cove, head up just right of the usually dry creek bed and after about 50m there will be a large round boulder, the lower cliff line should be just on the right hand side of that.

Ethic inherited from Ku-ring-gai Chase

ACANSW is working to reopen suitable areas in the National Park. If you want to be on the working party - established March 2024, please get in touch.

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Date: 2023

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Author(s): Neil Monteith & Simon Carter

Date: 2021

ISBN: 9780645299908

Featuring 1142 climbing routes located at 24 of the best crags in the Sydney area, this A5 size guide book is super user friendly with easy to use colour cliff topos and access maps. Covers sport and trad climbing at a variety of grades, something for everyone.

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