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<header intro="A small crag located near the southern end of the Spit Bridge in Mosman. The cliff faces north, but apparently stays cool in summer due to the sea breeze and shade. All bolts will be crap, so either toprope, highball or get your drill blazing. The bouldering is described in detail in the 2001 Sydney Bouldering Guide." " name="Pearl Bay" rock="A bouldering area with some old climbs" sun="Crag faces north" id="1" access="To get there, head north along Spit Rd, and take a left hand turn into Pearl Bay Ave (about halfway down the big hill). Park somewhere near number 28, and follow the "Fig Tree Walk" down to the bay. You can also park down near the rowing club, but you'll have to pay for the privilege. There's some good bouldering on the walls to the right (just back from the water), with an excellent flat grassy landing. About 100m to the left is a severely overhanging boulder with two classic V2 problems. The routes are all located between the two bouldering areas, up amongst the trees. The first five routes are located about 70m or so to the right from the overhanging boulder, up in the bush. Chuberoo couldn't be located. Climbs are described right to left (facing the cliff), starting where the track meets the bay."/>
<climb extra="X" fa="Julian McGee 1980s" grade="18" id="1" length="5m" name="Chubberoo">Probably somewhere in the bush behind the dinghies. Up the grey coarse rock (BR) to the top (BB).