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Orroral Valley Bouldering

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Summary

The ground of boulders 500 metres upstream from the tracking station, on both sides of the river, have a number of cracks and chimneys which were investigated back in the dark ages.

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Description

Parts of Namadgi National Park including Orroral Valley are closed after the 2020 bushfire season. Extensive damage expected due to the intensity of the Orroral Valley fire.

Access issues inherited from Australian Capital Territory

If you have benefited from climbing access and infrastructure in the ACT, please consider joining the Canberra Climbing Association (CCA). The CCA spends considerable behind-the-scenes time and effort managing access for the climbing community to ACT climbing areas.

Membership is inexpensive and provides a great way to keep up-to-date with access issues, codes of conduct and general goings on in the ACT climbing community. Membership also provides discounts for local outdoor retail and climbing gyms.

For CCA details visit: http://www.canberraclimbing.org.au/

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