Aclai del Lei Mostly Trad climbing9 routes in sector
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Not actually part of the gorge proper, this is a small crag located above Trevallyn dam, not far above the dam wall. North facing and great on a sunny winter's day.
From the access notes on Thesarvo.com - This cliff is reached from Columbus Drive: head towards the Launceston casino, take a right turn into Blackstone Rd, follow this for a few km's, turn right into Panorama Rd and follow this to a T intersection, turn right onto Bayview Drive. Hint: if you follow Bayview Dr to its end and look to the right you will see Aclai Del Lei - this will help subsequent navigation but don't start the walk from Bayview; instead go up Columbus Dr. Three houses from the end (on the NE side of the street) is what looks like a vacant block. This is actually crown land and connects with a larger area of crown land between the houses and the Hydro Tasmania land that the cliff lies on. The route to the cliff is about 300m and was taped a few years ago (not sure if they are still there though). There is a rap station set back on a boulder above Northern Man. NB: In the past access was made via the track going NW from the very end of Columbus Drive - do not go that way as this is private property and the land-owner has asked that people don't trespass.
An alternative way to access the crag is by paddling a kayak, canoe, inflatable doll or other watercraft of your choosing across from the Trevallyn Dam boat ramp, which is accessed via the Trevallyn reserve.
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