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This is the obvious outcrop on the southern side of Orroral Valley.



Park at the Orroral tracking station site, and follow the 'Granite Tors' walk. It's 7km return, on fire trails and good tracks, but there is 400m of elevation to be gained.

A few hundred meters from the laser building is a track on the left leading into the boulders, follow this. The courtyard is near the top of the hill, and has a large hanging boulder that marks it easily.



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There have been several visits to the place over the years, leaving the odd cairn, but no one could be bothered to map and write them up. As soon as the guide was done there was a bemusing scramble to claim first ascents; such are 'secret' cliffs.


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