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Summary

Somehow only recently developed boulders scattered around a hillside. Potential for quite a few classic moderates.

Description

A mixture of boulders and small caves scattered around the western side of Berrys Head. The northern end tends to be sunnier with better rock, the southern end more shady and the rock more sandy.

Access issues

It might be a good idea for larger groups not to all park in the one spot.

Approach

Can be approached from Berrys Head Rd, Kent St or Belina Av. Just walk straight up the hill to the top. It's much easier to walk across the open summit to get between areas rather than traverse around. Topo locations are approximate - can someone geo-locate these properly?

Ethic

Clean up new stuff well, and use minimal chalk.

History

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Found towards end of the 2021 lock down - how this area was not discovered and/or developed previously is a bit of a mystery. Still lots of potential for more lines, only the obvious ones done so far.

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The Anvil boulder
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