Euglah Rock Mostly Trad climbing120 routes in crag
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One of the most popular crags in the park, this is predominately a single pitch crag - with a nice flat base and easy access. The main routes are all located on the north facing cliff - so unless you like sunburn it's best to save this for the colder months. As for most of Kaputar there is a lot of loose blocks - bring a helmet and take care pulling ropes. There are 8 new routes put up around 2010 on the south wall that provide a shaded option. Walk left around the base after hitting the cliff for 10 minutes. Unfortunately although the bolts are nicely camouflaged, "22" and "23" have been chiselled into the rock quite prominently. This should not be considered an example that should be followed anywhere.© (koala)
30 mins walk-in time. Head down the Euglah Springs fire trail (100m past the Bark Hut campsite turnoff). Stay on this fire trail for about 15 minutes of downhill walking until the cliff it directly in front of you. Look for major rock cairns marking the climbers trail on the right side of the road. Follow well worn climbers trail along saddle (rock cairns) and steeply up hill to base of cliff. You arrive at a small cave with 'Steel Dance' above you. To descend after climbing, abseil with care (it's very loose near the cliff edge) from trees or from chains above 'There Goes the Neighbourhood'. It is also possible to abseil from slings around a tree above 'Wild is the Wind'.© (koala)
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