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Mt. Corie

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About Mt. Corie:

Mt Corie (at about 1420m) is a peak in the Brindabella Range, visible from the city. The climbing is at the summit on the West facing side, providing some good moderate to hard sport routes and a respite from the heat during the warmer months.
Nearest town or city: Canberra
Directions: To get there drive west of Canberra and get onto Brindabella Road (via the Cotter or Uriarra Rd), drive to you get to Piccadilly Circus which is an intersection on a saddle in the Brindabella Range. Turn right and head north along the dirt road(Two Sticks Road), at 7km you pass a turn to your right, keep going straight about another 1km and you will see the boulder of Hollywood on the right. Continue for another 1km or so and there's a right turn, take this road, its the summit road to the main climbing. Drive as far as you feel comfortable as the road gets a little rough. Best to park on the last bend after you drive past an open gate near the top. Wind Wall is the first wall to your left, 20m walk. There is a more direct (only when totaly dry) way by taking the first right after you hit the dirt on Brindabella Road, continue down to the creek, cross the little ford and take the first left (Curries Rd) and power up the hill to meet Two Sticks Road at the southern end of Coree. Now turn right and continue as above first passing Hollywood.
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Access Issues: 4WD Only when dry. No access when wet
Camping: No
When to Climb: Autumn Spring Summer
Quantity of Climbs: Week

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