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General Climbing Discussion

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motorless in the blues 30-Jun-2005 At 11:27:02 AM Take!
Yep, Blackheath is the go for meeting-up, and the crags are a short walk from Blackheath station.

Don't forget Boronia Pt next to Mt Piddington, has good mid to high grade sport climbs its a short-ish walk from Mt Victoria train station (and its via the pub and cafe...).

Katoomba cliffs (big stuff), Narrowneck (old stuff), Diamond falls (hard stuff) are all a short bus(?) ride or long walk from Katoomba Station.

Try posting on for Sydney based climbers.

Good luck mate.

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