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Table of contents

1. Seven Acre Rock 11 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
Mostly Unknown

Long/Lat: 145.749825, -37.913765

Description:

Seven Acre Rock resides deep within the Yarra State Forest about an hour and a half east of Melbourne. There are a limited number of routes, most involve friction slabbing and runouts on bolts. Bouldering problems can be found on the hillside.

Access Issues:

To get to Seven Acre Rock from Yarra Junction take the C425 and head towards Powelltown for 14.8kms. Turn right at "Learmonth Creek Road" (unsealed) for 8.5 - 9kms then turn left onto Bunyip Road at a T intersection. (Do turn at either of the two preceding lefts). You come to a picnic area with a marked foot track leading off on the left.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Weenie Meanie 17 M1Aid 25m
2 Jerry's Crack 17Unknown 25m
3 * Second Of December 21Unknown 30m
4 Loading Zone 14Unknown 20m
5 * Ralph The Snail 20Unknown 35m
6 Natural Progression 20Unknown 35m
7 Slipstream 18Unknown 15m
8 Striding Edge 14Unknown 20m
9 Supersonic 17Unknown 20m
10 Supersonic Direct Start 21Unknown
11 Prime Cut 19Unknown 8m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
14 Loading Zone Unknown 20m
Striding Edge Unknown 20m
17 Jerry's Crack Unknown 25m
Supersonic Unknown 20m
17 M1 Weenie Meanie Aid 25m
18 Slipstream Unknown 15m
19 Prime Cut Unknown 8m
20 Natural Progression Unknown 35m
* Ralph The Snail Unknown 35m
21 * Second Of December Unknown 30m
Supersonic Direct Start Unknown