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Bouldering near Leura
smp976
22/08/2012
9:11:14 PM
Hi all,

I'm heading up to Leura in a few weeks for a wedding and was hoping to get some bouldering in while I'm there. Can anyone point me in the direction of some guides or beta on some crags to check out?

Pretty open to grades, just want to get out and have some fun. I went to zig zag a few years back but cannot remember how to get there.

Cheers and thanks in advance for any info.

Scott

pmonks
23/08/2012
2:12:42 AM
It's Medlow Bath rather then Leura, but the Sunbath area is worth a visit.
mikllaw
23/08/2012
6:33:00 AM
at zigzag go to XXXX

benjenga
23/08/2012
6:41:53 AM
There's a bit of bouldering and traveseing near the pumping station out on narrow neck. Park off the rd on the right about 800m from the start of the dirt rd. Walk past the gate down the dirt rd switch backs and you will walk under a big roof (the traverse wall) and if you keep walk another 100m you will get to LSD cave.
mattbrooks
23/08/2012
12:05:38 PM
A couple of other spots or bouldering up that way!

Hazelbrook - Queens Rd, drive down it till it turns to Dirt and you go under the power lines. Very shortly (100m) after this is a pullout and track on the L. Stop here. To the L (W) is a large slab or rock (lookout). Bouldering is below here. A small area but there are some good problems and good rock spread amongst the sandy sections.

Mt York - walk down the trail to the R side (N) of the car park loop where the green shed is. Walk down this past the abseil site and into the little valley. There are some nice boulders and walls in this sheltered little area and hillside that Garth and I used boulder on in winter when the wind was blowing in 2000. Was there last week and its still good.
smp976
23/08/2012
6:00:31 PM
Thanks all for the responses.

Mt York seems like a goer to me.

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