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Keperra bushland

  • Grade context: AU
  • Approach time: 25min
  • Photos: 7
  • Ascents: 48
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Summary

The most driven-past and least known crag in Brisbane. Stacks of granite above Settlement Rd. Fun to play around here, but it's unknown how solid anything is. Check every block!

Description

Stacks of granite boulders. Many climbs here are height dependant; you can either reach the next feature or you're smearing on blank granite. Feel free to suggest what the grade felt like for you. The stone is some of the finest granite you'll climb on, but area is disjointed with lots of loose blocks and steep ground. Take extreme care here! Several loose looking blocks represent potential hazards to climbers and drivers below.

Access issues

Stay off the road past the gate. The bush on the right side is public land still, stick to it.

Approach

Park at the gate on Cobalt st. Follow the fire trail left and up, slog uphill about 20 minutes. When you meet a junction, head left and up again, for another few minutes. At the gate, head right into the bush along faint track. Lizard Lane is downhill from here. Kindy Wall is about 200m along The ridge past the gate. The dirt road behind the gate is private land as signed. Stick to the bush on the right side of the road to stay on public land. The entrance on Levitt Rd leads to a sealed track, so may represent and easier if longer walk in. Maybe someday there will be a way up from Settlement Rd, which would be much quicker...

Ethic

There are many lithopyhtic (rock clinging) losenge orchids growing here. Climb around them, and don't damage or remove.

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