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Access issues inherited from Passchendaele State Forest

HQ Plantations act as land manager for all the bouldering locations listed below. They operate as Plantation Licensee under the terms of the Forestry Act 1959, and are thus obliged to permit, but not necessarily promote, recreational access. However, climbers should understand that the primary purpose of a State Forest is timber extraction rather than recreation, and HQ Plantations have legislative authority to restrict recreational access from time to time where timber harvesting operations presents a hazard to the public. Furthermore, HQ Plantations are required to recognize all roads within the licence area as public roads. However, they have authority to temporarily restrict access for the reasons already given. Please recognize the authority of any signage that restricts access. Please obey the instructions of the Plantation Officers who patrol the area. Should you feel that any restriction is unjust or unwarranted, contact ACAQ,, and we will take up the matter for you.


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Stand start on crimps and climb up thin face to top out on decent holds.

FFA: Lucy Stirling

Start at 'Unnamed 2' and traverse lip to 'Spirit Fingers' across thin technical face with terrible feet and many minging crimps to start of SF, then top out.

Start well to the left of Spirit Fingers on very obvious jug. Traverse lip rightwards and top out in the middle.

FFA: Lucy Stirling

Sit start on obvious rail and climb straight up face.

FFA: Eric Straw

Sit start on rail and mantle out. Don't use the 'Egg' boulder behind you.

FFA: AJ Amies

Stand start at left end of boulder and mantle out.

FFA: Rob Saunders

Start at the razor sharp thin crack just left of the big vertical crack. Follow the thin crack left, then shoot for the top.

Starting 1.5m left of The Razors Edge, up seam to small holds, then up to jug rail.

Straight up the crack on jams, locks and whatever else you can find


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