Cow Tracks All Trad climbing13 routes in area
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Access issues inherited from Cania Gorge
There are significant sensitive cultural areas in the south of the park. Do NOT climb near the tourist tracks, picnic areas, on private land or any where you may make a bad impression. If you are unsure don't do it till you gain more knowledge ie. use some common sense
Park along road to hatchery at around second power pole. Walk to creek. Follow cow tracks along creek till vegetated creek below cow tracks cliff. There is a clear crossing near junction of creeks. Once across creek up hill aiming to join cliff under Minarete,
Ethic inherited from Cania Gorge
Trad climbers have been active at Cania since the 70's. Rob Staszewski claims to have climbed ~100 routes and Brisbane Rockies are rumoured to have have established a similar number. No doubt others have been busy there too. (Of course, all are encouraged to post their routes here.) It's likely that some routes currently being claimed have been climbed before. Please keep this in mind when bolting. There are plenty of unprotected walls ripe for bolting but please leave naturally protected lines to those able to climb them in trad style. That way everybody gets to live their dream and we hopefully avoid conflict with the old guard. - JL
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