Little River Mostly Sport climbing23 routes in crag
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A unique feature of this crag is the likelihood you will have it all to yourself.
An old crag rediscovered, nestled in a bend on the upper Grose River, a nice summer morning or winter afternoons crag. With the exception of a few mixed climbs, routes are predominantly sport bolted with rings , fh's, U's and many carrots also. Bring bolt plates and a light rack to make the most of the crag.
This is within Blue Mountains National Park, no dogs.
15min Drive from Blackheath. 45min walk from Mt Vic Train Station. Crag is15/20 min walk from car. Turn off highway into Victoria Falls Rd, Mt Victoria. 2wd fine. From NPWS boundary gate continue 800mtr then at crest of white hill take left turn. This turns back for 100mtrs then park in clearing at faint 3way intersection. Please dont block main road heading downhill as this is a powerline access trail. . Walk down firetrail for 150mtrs where there is a small cairn of rocks on right
Follow small trail for approx 20mtr bearing left as it joins disused overgrown firetrail leading down hill. Continue down this until it peters out, then follow faint trail and stone cairns for another 5 minutes until spur becomes apparent.
Handrail right side of spur keeping main pagodas on your left then turn left at base. Follow base of cliff upstream. First routes (Henryk Manouvre) are located approx 50mtrs along base.
Where to stay
Camp at Mt York or at the end of Victoria Falls Rd.
Please make the effort to head back up the hill away from the creek to bury your business.
Besides the recent 2012/13 additions the previous 10 routes are so far unknown. Look forward to updating this.
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