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A small out crop of rock at the top end of Red Arm. 300 metres off the road

Access issues inherited from Red Arm Creek

As per all State Forest areas, a gentle approach is required. Just be cool folks.


Park at the top of the small rise in the road. Marked with a cairn. Hike directly West for 300 metres or 5 minutes until you hit the outcrop.

Descent notes

Follow the track down to the left of the crag looking out. Routes described Left to Right.

Ethic inherited from Red Arm Creek

Keep the trad routes natural except for lower off at the top if required and bolt the rest.


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Start at the far right of the crag in the cool little gully. Up the middle of the little wall. Hard start, cool holds to finish.

FA: Matt Tranter, 2017

Hard pull and then up through great jugs. Finish with a dynamic leap for the top and a bellyflop over the lip to the anchors set back from the edge.

Starting on top of the block. Start up through the ledges into a side pull and some crimps. Lower offs are just over the top.

FA: Adam Rabjohns, Apr 2018

Stem the crack, then move up and out onto the face. Finish at lower offs over the top. Dont be fooled by the double bolts on the face, there is still one more move!

Fun little climb finishing up on some nice juggy holds. Lower off's are set back over the top.

FA: Adam Rabjohns, Mar 2018

A fun little climb with plenty of matching on ledges. Finish with bold move to lower offs.


Check out what is happening in Block 1.