Red Arm Creek Rock climbing38 routes in crag
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Just like the magical Fontainebleau Forest, this area is home to a maze of scattered out crops and small cliffs and visitors can become lost amoungst the valleys and gently rolling countryside. Unfortunately this is where similarity ends - the rock is typical Southern Highlands sandstone with the inherent dangers of snappiness, moss and drop bears. (But at least the chances of finding a Frenchman pooing at the bottom of your route is much reduced.) The area has the potential for loads of routes both trad and bolted. Keep the cracks natural and get exploring the exciting possibilities that lay scattered across the forest.
Lots of cliff to develop. A mixture of trad and bolts.
As per all State Forest areas, a gentle approach is required. Just be cool folks.
Park 2KM up Bunnigalore Road at the BPC sign. for the main crags. Follow the cains / tape left for the South and North Crags and right for the Road side crag.
Keep the trad routes natural except for lower off at the top if required and bolt the rest.
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