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Summary

A bunch of sandy boulders on a ridgeline with a prominent pillar feature at the far end.

Access issues inherited from Spring Mountain

The forest is Ipswich and Logan council reserve and has free access.

The areas deep in the forest are remote and have limited mobile reception. There is a maze of fire and logging trails throughout the forest and it is very easy to get lost. Always carry a GPS.

If you get hurt, lost or bitten by a snake rescue will be difficult and help will take a long time to arrive.

Similarly to White Rock, a rare plant, the Ruffled Plectranthus (Plectranthus habrophyllus), can be found growing on top of rocks here. Please don't disturb these. Check it out here: http://www.qldclimb.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/White-Rock-Rare-Plant-Notice-4Sep13.pdf

Approach

From the White Rock Carpark (paperback flats) walk on the White Rock Creek Trail. Continue on this trail past the rat cave and on towards Spring Mountain, turn right at the three-ways, continue for another 20 mins until the you see a ridgeline of granite where the trail curves. Cut right into the bush on the lower ridgeline.

Ethic inherited from Spring Mountain

As for any bouldering area - don't chip. As this a new area, lots of cleaning will be required and loose flakes are inevitable - take care!

Please don't climb after heavy rain, the sandstone will be brittle and break.

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