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<header intro="Yet another zero access sport crag on the North Shore! The crag offers about 10 micro routes, with a great 24 that punches straight through the big roof (Thunderbird). Be wary of some of the bolts. The crag is within the Lane Cove National Park. " name="West Roseville" rock="Climbing and bouldering" sun="Afternoon sun" id="1" acknowledgement="A big thank you to Munch for providing the following information. " access="To get to the crag, park on the left at the corner of Shirley Rd and Valleyview Close in Roseville and find a faint track between number 130 and a light pole. Veer right then back left to the top of the cliff (you'll come out directly above Thunderbird). Descend to the right (chopped steps). "/><image id="8" src="west_roseville.jpg"/><text id="10">Climbs described left to right.</text>
<climb extra="Þ" fa="Munch (FA) 1994, David Coward (FFA) 1995 " grade="23M1 or 24" id="1" length="8m" name="Thunderbird" stars="***">At left end of crag. An excellent and pumpy little number. Head up to the roof, then blast out and along, following the RBs (which can be preclipped by hanging over the top).
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<climb fa="Munch 1994" grade="21" id="2" length="8m" name="Thunderbird Variant">Up the crack then through the roof (RBs).
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<climb fa="Munch 1994" grade="17" id="3" length="7m" name="Cats Underpants">20m right of TV, past overhang. Pretty worthless. Watch out for the melted sling (from the 1994 bushfires).
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<climb extra="Þ" fa="Munch 1994" grade="23" id="4" length="8m" name="Toad Hall" stars="**">Right of CU. Undercut start then follow the line of FHs.
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<climb extra="Þ" fa="Munch 1994" grade="22" id="5" length="8m" name="Deal With It" stars="**">Right of TH. Follow line of FHs.
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<climb fa="Munch 1993" grade="17" id="6" length="7m" name="Flame Trees">Right of DWI. Follow the line of green ring bolts. Mantle to finish.
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<climb grade="15" id="7" length="7m" name="Toprope Problem">Right of FT.
</climb><text id="9">There's some good mid grade bouldering (V1 to V5) through the bush on the right, on a 4m high boulder with a huge gum tree growing out of the top. The problems are all thin, so bring your tape. </text>
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