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This section describes the scattered buttresses located on either side of the river, downstream from the dam - extending as far as Ramona Buttress. These crags are described in McMahon and Narkowicz's 'South Esk Climbing'.


The easiest way to access most of the crags in this area is to park at Hoo Hoo hut and walk along the fire trails through Trevallyn reserve. Alternatively, park at Duck reach, walk across the suspension bridge and follow the track to the opposite rim of the gorge.


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