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Table of contents

1. Richmond Bridge 9 routes in Area

All Unknown

Long/Lat: 145.016945, -37.825903


This little overpass was THE place to train for 40+ years before climbing gyms. The area's notorious for its crimpers - so warm up! There's a few good traverses and climbs.

Beware of the traffic, both cars and bikes.


BIKE and FOOT: Approach via the cycling trail that runs along the Yarra River.

CAR: Best to park somewhere along the side streets off Yarra Boulevard (e.g. Park Grove) or find a spot at the Melbourne University's Burnley Campus.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 River side traverse 22 Unknown
2 River side 5 blocks & under traverse 25 Unknown
3 City side traverse 25 Unknown
4 H Beam roof traverse from City to River side. 19 Unknown 20m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
5 Tunnel river side traverse 21 Unknown
6 Tunnel city side traverse 20 Unknown
7 Right Bolted line Unknown
8 Middle Bolted line Unknown
9 Left Bolted line Unknown

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
19 H Beam roof traverse from City to River side. Unknown 20m
20 Tunnel city side traverse Unknown
21 Tunnel river side traverse Unknown
22 River side traverse Unknown
25 City side traverse Unknown
River side 5 blocks & under traverse Unknown
? Left Bolted line Unknown
Middle Bolted line Unknown
Right Bolted line Unknown