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This area is on private land, so if you are climbing keep a low profile and take your rubbish with you. Also ask landowners before going Small crag with some good slabs, a few easy sport routes and some interesting Trad lines. A few great climbs for beginners learning to sport climb.

Access issues

This area is owned by Crosslands Youth and Convention Centre, so you should consider contacting them before climbing there.


Head down Crosslands Rd (off Galston Rd). Head along the dirt road and park before the gates that head down to the Conference Centre. If you start going down a steep windy road you have gone too far. Head north along the fire trail on the ridge top then take the right hand trail after 400m. Continue along to cliff top 250m. Descend at either end.


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Short crack at left hand end of large slab.

Short thin slab with 2 RB and DRBB. 1m left of LTN. Rock has crumbled in several places possibly making this pitch harder

FA: Kevin Van Tilburg, Feb 2009

Up Block into corner to ledge then up slab to DRBB. 4 RB then DRBB. Great for beginners to learn to sport climb.

FA: Rod Wills, Feb 2009

The lower part of LTN

Over large block then up slab to DRBB. 2m right of LTN.

FA: Kevin Van Tilburg, 5 Jul 2009

The left leaning crack to the right of LTN.

3RB's to lower offs

FA: rod wills, 5 Jul 2009

Has some carrot bolts though the distance from first to second bolt is greater than the ground and first bolt so trad gear needed.

The obvious chimney. Big gear

Right hand end of big sandy cave. Up wall passing BR to ledge the head left and up wall using cams and wires.

Up wall as for PH past RB then tend right up shallow corner/ crack. Can be dirty at top.

Same start point as PV. 3 RB, straight up to DRBB.

FA: Kevin Van Tilburg, Feb 2009

Starts with ALP, minor traverse to ATV. ?4? RB with DRBB

FA: Rod wills, Feb 2009

?3? RB, straight up to DRBB. Great for teaching beginners how to sport. Ends at same place as PV

FA: Rod Wills, Feb 2009


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