This little crag sits just above a creek. The rock quality is excellent with some great routes at all grades. Probably the most accessible crag in Canberra. It became apparent to Chris Warner who developed most of the climbs after the 2003 bushfires cleared the landscape. Shady in the morning in summer, and most of the day in winter.
Look for a small gated fire trail on the right at the end of the left sweeping curve, a few hundred metres before the turnoff to Woods Reserve - keep an eye out for the creek gully and its passage under the road. Park by the side of the road at coordinates [-35.47778, 148.94627] - WGS84/google maps. Walk down the fire trail for 50m. Leave the firetrail on the other side of the creek, and follow a foot pad on the northern side of the creek for 5 minutes.
[-35.47416, 148.94472] for crag (WGS84)
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