The Enchanted Forest All Bouldering231 routes in crag
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- This area is closed on days of extreme fire danger. Do not drive your vehicle into the Native Forest Reserve if gate is unlocked. Park outside the gate, ensuring the road and gate are not blocked to Forestry SA traffic. Overnight camping and campfires are not permitted at any time. The Reserve is open from sunrise to sunset every day. Do not feed the wildlife and stick to marked trails as much as is possible. Scrub off all tick marks before leaving and pack out all rubbish.
- General Location:
- You can park your car in two places, the east carpark - small dirt road on corner of Brownes Rd and Heggies Rd, and the south carpark - on Brownes Rd. Park off to the side of the road and dont obstruct the gates. You can also drive up Rifle Range road from Tanunda, park at the trailhead and then walk along the Heysen trail south to the crags. You are close to the last outpost this way, and it is about 2.5 km flat walk to Enchanted forest. A lot of the approach to the trailhead is uphill on dirt roads if you are biking, and bikes are banned from being ridden through the conservation area. Beware of Google maps suggesting shorter alternatives.
Where to stay
In Tanunda there is a caravan park you can use if you are staying for a while, alternatively there is many other locations around Angaston which is also within close proximity
Founded by Petey Pete and Hung Nguyen in Winter 2013. Developed by Petey Pete, Hung Nguyen, Jordan Grant and Steve Kelly.
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