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<header intro="A bouldering and climbing area located under a huge overhang near the Mosman Rowing Club, Killarney Heights (about 200m right of Project Wall Right Side). The crag is renowned for its excellent bouldering and is described in detail in the 2001 Sydney Bouldering Guide. The crag also offers a couple of (hard!) sport routes and some rotting aid routes as well. The crag is well protected from both the sun and rain (making it a great spot in summer), but it does tend to seep after long periods of rain. The crag is located within Garigal National Park." name="Crumbly" rock="Climbing &amp; Bouldering" sun="" id="1" history="" access="To get there, drive to Killarney Drive, Killarney Heights, and park about 100m south of the intersection with Glengariff Ave (approximately halfway between Glengariff Ave and Connemara Rd). A set of stairs heads down the hill to the Flat Rock walking track. Head right (north) along this for about 50m, until the crag becomes visible up the hill to the right. "/>
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