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Parkour, often abbreviated PK is a physical discipline of French origin in which the participant � called a traceur attempts to pass obstacles in the fastest and most direct manner possible, using skills such as jumping, vaulting and climbing, or the more specific parkour moves. The obstacles can be anything in the environment, so parkour is often practiced in urban areas because of many suitable public structures, such as buildings, rails, and walls.
These buildings, rails, and walls are all located at middle head overlooking Sydney Harbour.
From 1806 to the 1960s, Middle Head was an integral part of Sydney's defence and contains many gun torrents, and tunnels that run deep into the cliffs.
Middle Head is a sandstone peninsula in the North Shore suburb of Mosman, Sydney, Australia. The headland marks the easternmost point of Lower Northern Sydney, or the Sydney Lower North Shore.
The view from this spot is nothing short of spectacular.