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Summary

Granite boulders of varying size and some small walls

Description

The area thought to be where in 1832 Edward Gostwyck Cory made camp.

Access issues inherited from Moonbi Range

All the climbs listed here are on public access(crown) land. I will not add climbs on private land if permission is not granted and i ask that others do the same.

Please if you find any aboriginal paintings, i ask that we leave these areas (boulders) alone, out of respect. Some of these are said to be over 500 years old!

Approach

The road north and south on the range is divided, but there is a connecting road between the first and second hill. This road is the lookout turn off road.Cory's pillar hill is on the east side of the New England Highway. Its easiest to park on w caragnoo road on the top side of cory's pillar hill. But it is also possible to park on Chapmans road and follow the fire trail and creek up from the south

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