New bouldering area in Berowra, there is a large cave area and additional areas/blocks in same location

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Access is at the end of Alan road, trail down to the cave is very faint and not the easiest to find but it is there as there is a trail to a storm water breather located at the top of the water fall, to get there you walk down the dirt road behind the houses and then go into the bush behind number 77 and 79 and find the trail down to the storm water breather pipe it i nearly straight line down to this, the track is basically shortest route to the water fail, once you reach here you are at the top of the cliff so be careful, follow the top of the cliff along to the right and you will eventually come to the end were you can the get down to the bottom and begin exploring. I would recommend mosquito repellent as it is likely they are around. the area is well shaded so should also be fine to access during summer.


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I have been walking around the are for a few years now looking for good bouldering places an have only found the odd good spot here an there with limited climbs etc but this area looks to have potential so I have posted it here to try and get some people interested in helping me develop it. It Looks to be a nice cave located in the creek deep in the valley area which has been occupied from time to time by homeless people and kids. It has fairly easy access and at first glance looks to have good potential and looking forward to developing this area, I have not decided on a name yet but I will get there, I welcome local climbers to help develop this area and, grade as I am time limited these days, looking forward to see the development of this area.


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Start on two slots left of 'The Hourglass'. Right hand to jug then dynamic move to slot. Make your way through the slopers to finish on the horn. All holds on 'The Hourglass' are out.

Sit Start on undercling, big right hand then trend right to finish on the big horn up high on the left.

FA: Liam Coffey, 14 Jan

Same as 'The Horn' but right hand jug from 'The Hourglass' is in as a footer.

Sit Start in the under cling, don't hold broken edge work your way out and up to the top

Small boulders located just to the right in the valley as you approach the cave. Climb is traverse around the boulder starting right hand side when looking up the hill and work your way around to the left, keep feet low and no heel hooks. Mostly just awkward start

FA: Peter Rothwell, Feb 2020

Boulder located right next the track as you approach the cave Start at the bottom standing on mantle and work your way up bring your feet as low as possible, feet stay low the whole way up.

FA: Peter Rothwell, Feb 2021

Simple climb with a stand start, but make it spicy and start with both hands and feet touching the bottom mantle making it a lot more fun

FA: Peter Rothwell, Feb 2020

Start both hands on bottom mantle and get you self up

FA: Feb 2020

Start at the under cling of Blu Lou, stay underneath and work you way along and then come up and around to the top Have not completed believe will be a V10 plus, any one welcome to climb it and grade etc Further potential to extend an alternative route further extension as well

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