Camels Hump Rock climbing162 routes in crag
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Mount Macedon is a small town located 64 kilometers northwest of Melbourne. Camels Hump is the highest peak of Mount Macedon. This rocky outcrop was once a small steep-sided volcano. It's steep and solid rock, with a variety of short, pumpy sport routes and taller trad lines calls to climbers not wanting to make a long drive to the bigger named crags. If you're leading grades 16 to 20 there's plenty of quality here worth ticking.
Take the Calder Hwy (M79) out of Melbourne. Get off at the Mt Macedon exit (C322) and head up the Mount. The easiest approach to the crag is to simply walk along a trail marked "Emergency Use Only", that leaves from the Camel's Hump car park, and weaves around to the base of the Omega Block area.
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