Ningadhun Mostly Trad climbing28 routes in crag
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The first major feature seen on entering the park. It appears to be a volcanic plug but is in fact a remnant of an ancient lava flow.
Cars are best left on the roadside immediately below the cliff - about 500m metres from where the bitumen starts or further up the road. There is a faint track that mostly follows the right hand side of the creek. This second option necessitates a slightly longer but less steep walk contouring around the hillside to reach the cliff. Descent is by a 12m abseil down the NE Gully from chains. Routes are listed from left to right starting at the descent gully.
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