Main Boardwalk Mostly Trad climbing46 routes in cliff
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The L hand end of the crag where there is a well maintained track and boardwalk. There are over a dozen fixed anchors along the top of the cliff, so many of the routes can be top-roped. There's quite a lot of loose rock around so on a busy day it's a good idea to wear a helmet at all times when you're at the base of the cliff.
Access issues inherited from Werribee Gorge
Walk off the back if you're not toproping.
Ethic inherited from Werribee Gorge
Visitors are encouraged to use this area responsibly and to adopt safe practices during all climbing and aseiling activities. The use of safety equipment, including helmets, is recommended.
Please keep to the tracks, observe access agreements, remove all rubbish, and climb safely.
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