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Summary

30 minutes from Canberra, the granite boulders offer a variety of climbing, mostly set in state forest

Description

West of Canberra, on the other side of Bullen Range you can find Tidbinbilla nature reserve and the deep space tracking station.

Surrounding these are a large number of granite boulders and crags up to 20 meters in height.

You can find great bouldering, with some trad, sport and aid routes for variety as well.

Approach

Head out of town via Cotter road from Weston, or Point Hut road from Lanyon.

Directions can be found at the subarea level.

Where to stay

Cotter campground is the closest accommodation if you want to camp, otherwise Canberra is only 30 minutes away

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Some content has been provided under license from: © Canberra Climbers' Association (CC BY-SA)

Areas

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Style
Routes
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Height
Grades
23
2
7m
14
491
1,142
4m
228
 Trad climbing,  Bouldering and other styles
483
2,847
11m
153

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