Where the wild things are Rock climbing0 route in area
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The gully east of the explorers lounge, home to good quality but monstrous boulders.
Access issues inherited from Upper Range
Access is tricky, there is no stopping at all on the north bound lane except at the top. The south bound has a pull off area where its safe to park.
From the south follow the fire trail and then into the gully or park on the highway shoulder and head straight into the gully and up. heaps of tracks and its fairly open.. you will see them.
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