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Long/Lat: 145.206863, -37.136154
Located in the Tallarook state forest. Granite slabs.
The crag doesn't get huge amount of love and features a lot of vegetation on some of the routes.
The area has had some problems with bogans dumping cars and other rubbish off the top of the cliffs (the access road drives right up to the top) so the landowner who controls access has asked that climbers contact him to let him know you are coming through.
The landowner wishes you to "Please ensure you contact me prior to accessing the rocks on the following number: Ron Milanovic mobile - 0413 402 744".
Neil Monteith 10 years ago|
. 12 years ago
|2||Trail Bike Yobbo Ride on Down||18||15m||
Will Monks 9 years ago|
. 12 years ago
|5||Broken Beer Bottles And Bastards||12||10m|
|7||Champagne and Novocaine||21||15m||
Nick de Kam |
|8||Too Much Fandango (Tequila And Tango)||17 M2|
|9||Boys Will Be Boys||24||15m|
Start 4m of FR. Very hard start and a run out finish,
FA: David Barnes, Luke Haley
|15||Terra Los Trundle||17||20m|
|18||Stolen Car Descent Route||15||75m||
Nick de Kam |
We had fun on this. Stay off SCDR and it makes for a new experience. The BR's have been replaced.
FA: David Barnes
The climbn starts left of LGL. There is a anchor after first pitch. I liked it and it is worth the effort..
FA: David Barnes, Luke (Someone)
|21||Let's Go Latin||1 to 20||50m|
|22||The Alan Parsons Project||25||
. 8 years ago|
Alister Robertson 8 years ago
|23||Carburetter Sport Route||18||18m|
|12||Broken Beer Bottles And Bastards||10m|
|Stolen Car Descent Route||75m|
|Terra Los Trundle||20m|
|17 M2||Too Much Fandango (Tequila And Tango)|
|18||Carburetter Sport Route||18m|
|Trail Bike Yobbo Ride on Down||15m|
|21||Champagne and Novocaine||15m|
|24||Boys Will Be Boys||15m|
|The Alan Parsons Project|
|1 to 20||Let's Go Latin||50m|