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General Climbing Discussion

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Dogs at Shipley
maxdacat
21/02/2014
10:46:11 AM
Just wondering if this is cool? I've noticed a few there over the years but:

- is it technically in the national park?
- does it depend to some extent on the dog.....some are better behaved than others
- if not there where can you actually enjoy a day at the crag with your hound in the bluies?

whadda people think?

nmonteith
21/02/2014
11:06:08 AM
Shipley is not in a National Park. The National Park is on the Grose Valley side of Blackheath. However around Katoomba the cliffline is National Park.

Macciza
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21/02/2014
11:35:29 AM
I am pretty sure it is not a Dog Off-leash area so the dog really should be restrained at all times.
It's not really a suitable place for them to run around uncontrolled . . .

shortman
21/02/2014
11:37:34 AM
On 21/02/2014 Macciza wrote:
>I am pretty sure it is not a Dog Off-leash area so the dog really should
>be restrained at all times.
>It's not really a suitable place for them to run around uncontrolled .
>. .

Karn Macca....lighten up bro.
widewetandslippery
21/02/2014
11:58:28 AM
Wish there were more dogs than people at Shipley.
MichaelF
21/02/2014
4:25:56 PM
I am pretty confident that there have been quite a few dogs at Shipley over the years
climberman
22/02/2014
8:29:52 AM
Surely it's Pru's fault.

sbm
23/02/2014
7:32:52 PM
I was sitting on a ledge at a busy Wave Wall down at the Glen today, with my legs dangling about 3-4m up. I was busy watching someone climb, when a dog walked right on top of me into my lap. I very nearly pushed the poor thing off the edge out of fright! I think that could have ruined the day for everyone pretty quickly.

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