Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 990m a.s.l
Unplugged 27 (7c) © Slika Images
Lots of short, hard, sharp units to climb.
Rock is better than most in the Blueys.
Stays dry in the rain.
Crag faces most directions, so you can always escape the sun and often the wind. Makes a good year-round bet.
From the carpark walk down the stepped path for a few hundred metres to a T-intersection (with two blue signs), where you turn right. About 30m after this, take the track which splits off to the right at a boulder (continuing straight ahead takes you down to the 'Porter's Pass' area) and follow this around under the upper cliffline. The first area you come to is 'Hip Shake Jerk Area', keep following the track around to the other areas.
Routes described right to left (as you come to them from Centennial Glen Road end).
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