this crag is effected by tides and swell, but if you get it at the right time its excellent quality bouldering, long steep lines most with top outs on very solid rock, about 10 to 15 problems have been done along the 3 sections separated about 20m apart, right most is a high slippery roof, middle is a beautiful big 45deg wall with undercut starts and top outs (although this is closest to the waterline), left most is a weird feature wall. Apart from some average juggy lines furthest left the area is void of anything easy, with most problems being between v6 and v9. lots of fun here for a low tide (preferable xmas tides) and small swell. although bouldering has been done here in big swells, a low tide is more important
In Kamay National Park -
Officially rock climbing is banned in this National Park. Keep a very low profile, do not use ropes or bolts, do not abseil, do not go in groups, avoid distrubing any wildlife or birds, take any rubbish (yours and others) with you and avoid climbing here during public holidays or whale watching season.
Park At Cape Solander and walk to Tabbigai Gap, then continue along the clifftop track out to the tip of the point and find a well hidden and exciting fishermans decent down the cliff (be careful) be aware this is the only way in/out of the area and it could be possible to get trapped in changing swells/tides. the crag is on the large rock platform just south of where you emerge
This crag does not have any routes listed!We really need somebody who knows this crag to tell us what sectors, cliffs, boulders and routes that are in this crag- just the names and grades at this stage. You may use our web interface or throw it into an excel spreadsheet and send it to us. You will be attributed and earn lots of Karma points. If you are a publisher then we can use your copyright.Please contact us if you want to know more or just get on with it.
Author(s): Neil Monteith & Simon Carter
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.
Author(s): Mike Forward and Peter Balint
With 2065 bouldering problems ranging from V0-V15 across 57 areas nestled around Sydney, the all new Sydney Bouldering Guide will keep you occupied for years to come. Just because we live in Sydney we'll try not to be biased but honestly this city has some amazing bouldering and usually not more than a few minutes off the road or some even near parks and train stations. There's no need to camp out and trek for hours to get to world class problems, they're right on your door step.
Authors Mike Forward and Peter Balint spent over 7 years putting this guide together and is the first new bouldering guide for Sydney in over 20 years. It's over 350 colour pages including 600+ colour photo tops, crag tops, amazing images and more.