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Description

The Corin Road area is home to Gibraltar Peak, a Granite Tor that stands proud above the Tidbinbilla valley to its north west and and the narrow Gibraltar Creek valley to its south, and several worthwhile smaller crags. Snake Rock (great for a winter day or late summer afternoon), Bandito Wall (probably the easiest access crag - great for a summer morning). Several more crags are scattered along the Corin Road and in Tidbinbilla valley and its flanks.

Where to stay

Woods Reserve on Corin Road offers camping in pleasant surrounds by a creek.

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Areas

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Name
Style
Climbs
Ticks
Height
Grades
 Trad,  Sport and other styles
121
951
18m
34
Pox Rox Sector
8
6
11m
1
The Jism Crag
4
1
11m
2
16
98
9m
7
41
297
10m
10
9
46
13m
5
40
13m
31
68
14m
19
The Bank Crag
16
13
9m
5
1
9m
2
6
7
10m
1
27
9
11m
3
5
4
35m

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