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Wickerslack Crag

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About Wickerslack Crag:

Also called White Rocks, the crag is a small, clean limestone outcrop overlooking the Queanbeyan River. There are some good beginner and a few easy to moderate climbs here.
Nearest town or city: Canberra
Directions: From Queanbeyan - drive down the Cooma Road until around 400 metres before Wickerslack Lane. Park in front of some gates with a "no trespassing" sign (in a big dirt carpark with a large tree) and walk up past the gates. Turn right when you see a triangular gate on the ground, and on past a small brick building and chemical storage building. As you crest the rise past the building, watch for a small rutted track on the left. Walk down the track to what used to be a car parking area and you will see some limestone rocks - this is the cliff. Currently five sets of lower-off bolts installed, of good quality, covering all the climbs.
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When to Climb: Autumn Spring Winter
Quantity of Climbs: Weekend