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Climbs 1000
Rocktype Granite
Altitude 1140m a.s.l
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Crag features

A fair distance out of Canberra, these granite boulders are situated in the hills of Tallaganda National Park, in a eucalypt forest. The area was first developed as a bouldering area by Duncan Brown and has since seen a lot of development by Chris Warner, George Fieg and Andrew Bull among others. The boulders are wide-spread and numerous, and most likely home of the greatest number of problems Canberra has to offer, though many remain unrecorded and the new 'Radar Range' rivals this area for size, if not necessarily quality.

Approach notes

Drive out of Queanbeyan towards Bungendore on the Kings Highway and take a right onto Captain's Flat Road. After driving for a fair while turn left onto Briars Sharrow Road (this is easily missed). Cross the creek and continue a short distance, taking the next right. Drive to the end of this road and at the T-intersection turn right, to Hoskinstown. Drive through the town and take a left onto a dirt road (Forbes Creek Road). The dirt road continues for some 15-20 kilometres through fairly rough terrain (but doable for a 2WD) - continue on until you reach a small parking area with an information sign. Back up the road some five metres and to the right is The Hill, and on the left are the remainder of the areas. Allow 1 to 1.5 hours to get there from Canberra.

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