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Description

Granite with a view. One of the most redeveloped areas with a number of great lines and potential for more.

Access issues inherited from Western Area

This is part of the Lower Cotter water catchment area. There are a number of rehabilitation projects underway to manage run off and erosion.

Approach

Follow Laurel Camp Road for three kilometres then turn right. Follow Pierces Creek Road for one kilometre then turn left. Park on the road near the blue trackside marker and walk 100 metres directly uphill towards the boulders.

Ethic inherited from Pierce's Creek

Pierces Creek is primarily a bouldering area however a number of naturally protected lines have been established over the years. No bolting of routes is accepted. Instead, ascentionists use natural protection on the higher problems, or where that is not available, rely on mats, spotters, and gumption.

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The Arch sector
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5m
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Castro boulder
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4m
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3m
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I'm guessing these are over towards Animal Train? please confirm and place in correct sub area

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Historic listings unknown area
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FA: Jonny Will, Jul 2020

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