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An isolated granite boulder located in scenic Helena Valley bushland. While relatively small, it features a decent number of short, moderate to hard routes to interest those looking for something different from the surrounding quarries.


From the roundabout at its intersection with Ridge Hill Rd, drive east on Helena Valley Road for 3.5km to the end of the bitumen, where you will need to park as there is a big new gate here. Walk a further 500m or so on gravel until the road degenerates to a tangled mess of intersecting tracks, none of which goes anywhere. On the south west corner of this area (the near right hand side) there is a white gate. From the gate, walk along the track that goes directly ahead (i.e., not the track that heads to the right) for 1.13km whereupon you will see Bridle Rock on the right hand side about 50m off the track itself.


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