du Faur walls Mostly Sport climbing30 routes in crag
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Access via Montview Rd: Drive down Montview Rd, Hornsby Heights then McKay Rd. Park in cul-de-sac at the end of McKay Rd (don't go down The Crescent). Access the fire trail on the left side of the cul-de-sac and walk down the fire trail for what feels like days (approx 15min walk), vearing right at the start, until you reach a rock outcrop. Walk over the outcrop and straight after the outcrop take a small track to the right, marked with a carn (note: there is a carn trail that continues straight/left after the outcrop which will lead you to the Benowie track, I take it that this is the route you would take if you were coming from the Benowie track). Continue following foot trail which is not very clear and branches off many times but keep an eye out for carns and follow them to the smaller of the two oval boulders. Go over this boulder and continue to follow the carns as you head down hill towards the access gully. A Y-shaped eucalyptus tree and a carn on top of a wall mark the access gully. Try and get to the base of the eucalyptus tree. From there don't try and go straight down, rather, keep going along the cliff and down a much easier decent which will get you to Suffragette wall.© (rodw)
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