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Lama Land

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 55
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Description

A short crag that has a high concentration of moderate routes. Great for kids, beginners and people learning to lead.

Access issues inherited from New South Wales and ACT

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Approach

On a cliff band about 40 m directly below the Strongroom. The best access from the top is to walk to the end of The Alcove and scramble about 50 m down through the next, small cliff band then cut back to the right (looking out into the valley) for about 80 m. It is distinguishable by a sharp arete.

Descent notes

All routes have lower-off anchors.

Ethic inherited from Fort Knox

Fort Knox is a sport Crag. There are a few trad lines or mixed routes and theses are marked as such but in general you can have a great day with a handful of quickdraws and a rope.

History

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Developed in 2016 to try to fill the void of quality moderate routes at Knox.

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A traverse of terror leading to a balancy face.

FA: Brian Cork & Ally Cork, Aug 2016

Direct start to Happy Lama.

FA: Brian Cork, Aug 2016

Tough opening sequence leading to the same, fun upper section.

FA: Brian Cork, Aug 2016

Super fun flake/crack up the middle of Lama Land. Bolt belay.

FA: Mike Klingensmith & Brian Cork, Jul 2016

The left side of the arete.

FA: Brian Cork, Aug 2016

The right side of the arete.

FA: Brian Cork, Aug 2016

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