The Eastern Outpost Rock climbing21 routes in sector
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Another sector but with some interesting features but gritty friable rock, pockets, and red lichen. Fairly short routes, and not much shorter bouldering, often with heady, slopey top outs as their crux. They wouldn't feel so difficult closer to the ground - unlikely to be popular with gym junkies! Top anchors mostly trees with a couple of bolts.
From the car park outside the reserve walk right past the main area until just before the speed hump toward the lookout at the end. Of from the end, walk left down hill until until the first speed bump. A faint track drops down steeply, then left (facing out) around the base of a gradually growing cliff line with some bouldering before the longer routes. Follow this along the ledge and around the corner to the main cliff line.
There is also an access gully at the far right of the crag (looking in). Beware the 6m drop below the left hand access route above the Lower Cliff.
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There's certainly been some ascents in the past (old carrot bolts). Any history is unknown to the developer who heard about the crag from a friend.
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