Rock climbing on Right Hand Side Rock wall
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A couple of high-balls for a palm sweating good time. Many of the problems have toprope bolts and for some of the climbs, they are not a bad idea before dropping the harness. All of the climbs are a little precarious so make sure you have some good spotters. The grades attributed to these problems in The Sydney Bouldering Guide are often questioned as many argue that you could add a grade to each climb (except Paul's Roof V9) however, they are consistent across the crag. The classic problem to tackle is The Piesker/Child Overhang V4 (refer to marked route, furthest to the right in the picture below) - work the slots all the way to a committing dyno out right. You are required to mantle over the lip at about 4.5 - 5 meters. Your eyes will be greeted by two massive steel poles at the top. You will require balls of steel to get to this point so don't waste that by playing with the steel at the top!!! Another great problem to tackle is Walk in the Park V3/4 - rough grade for a problem that often requires new underwear topping out. Refer to the marked route, furthest to the left in the picture below. Top-out is super slopy and you want to get your hands right before attempting it at 7.5 meters.