Sheridan Hills Mostly Sport climbing45 routes in crag
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Tall pocketed ignimbrite cliffs here ranging from 20m to 35m. Flying Cow and the Chunderossa buttresses are the most popular sectors with fantastic climbing ranging in grade from 15 to 24. Some of the bolting seems close but the rock can be quite soft. Most of the other cliffs here are equipped with old naked bolts.
Do not block the gate! Make sure the crag is not closed for lambing or stock and leave gates open or closed as you found them. No dogs. This is private farm land so must be respected.
Park on Seafund Road near gate, but not in front of it. Walk straight across the paddock towards the obvious pillar and down thru another gate to the crag. 7 minutes walk.
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