Small volcanic plug in the middle of the gully.


Short routes, up to 25m in length, nice for a day's outing on beginner to mid-grade routes. Routes listed L to R (anti-clockwise), starting at Poached.

Access issues inherited from Mt Maroon

Access from the carpark at Cotswold Rd. to the National Park is across gazetted private land - from the sluice gate:

walk up roughly 400m to the National Parks sign:

This is the start of the National Park. Visitors are urged to stay on the path or use established tracks, rather than blazing a new trail.


Follow the hiker's track up past the rocky outcrop above Viewpoint Buttress, follow the track another 10mins, passing Jezebel on the left, Where the track veers right & starts down a slope, it winds into the steep gully, you will see Egg Rock. 45-60min walk-in.

Ethic inherited from Mt Maroon

Sport bolting is a big no-no here. If you place a bolt here, you'd better have a damn good reason, even then, expect it to be chopped.


History timeline chart

Quite possibly scaled by Bert Salmon or Don Groom prior to Rick arriving in 1968. First official development goes to Rick, Chris & Mike as one of the very first areas to be developed at Maroon in 1968. Rick would bring small groups here for a TR'ing session & day at Maroon in the early days. Andrew Barry established 2 routes here in 1984.


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Start at the big "P" on the back of Egg Rock. Good off-width training with large gear. Rap tree/bush on top.

FA: Rick White, Chris Meadows & Mike Meadows, 1968

The overhanging corner, right of Poached. Some spaced gear below & above the FH.

FA: Andrew Barry & Warren Lee, 1984

Unknown. Probably up the vertical face right of Meek and left of Boiled?

FA: Andrew Barry & Gordon Bieske, 1984

Left side of the rock (left of the Fried corner). Up the obvious crack, then out left onto rib & up this to top. Nice adventurous climbing in an exposed position.

FA: Rick White, Chris Meadows & Mike Meadows, 1968

Right of Boiled. Left facing corner & cave. Straight up the corner on thin holds. Easier once cave is reached, bridge out of this (no gear) to top.

FA: Rick White, Chris Meadows & Mike Meadows, 1968

On the RHS of the North facing side. Up the crack & weakness on small but good jugs. Pleasant climbing.

FA: Rick White, Chris Meadows & Mike Meadows, 1968

Overhanging crack Corner opposite Egg Rock. Scramble down the gully behind Egg Rock. A fierce problem, 80° overhanging corner. Top roped by Rick, as a joke. Back then, grade 19 didn't exist.

FA: Rick White, 1968

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