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A group of boulders north of Goldfields Rd

Access issues inherited from Passchendaele State Forest

HQ Plantations act as land manager for all the bouldering locations listed below. They operate as Plantation Licensee under the terms of the Forestry Act 1959, and are thus obliged to permit, but not necessarily promote, recreational access. However, climbers should understand that the primary purpose of a State Forest is timber extraction rather than recreation, and HQ Plantations have legislative authority to restrict recreational access from time to time where timber harvesting operations presents a hazard to the public. Furthermore, HQ Plantations are required to recognize all roads within the licence area as public roads. However, they have authority to temporarily restrict access for the reasons already given. Please recognize the authority of any signage that restricts access. Please obey the instructions of the Plantation Officers who patrol the area. Should you feel that any restriction is unjust or unwarranted, contact ACAQ, president@climb.org.au, and we will take up the matter for you.

Approach

From the corner of Goldfields and Barracks Rd travel north until the first forestry road on the left. Walk down the forestry road the boulders soon appear on the hill side on the right

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First boulder 20m from the road in the pines. Straight up the face. Start matched in good slot.

Arete right beside the road. Bad landing.

At the horizontal break switch to the right side.

Right arete

Left arete finish as of bayonet right.

Crack

Climb to pod. Escape out left.

Start at the left arete move to the middle of the face. Needs a clean

Diagonal line on top of the hill

Crouched start traverse horizontal break to top out over prow

Line up the gravity defying boulder

Boulder on the left is out

Start matched in pocket move left into crack system. Loose

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