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About Razorback:

The climbs are about 10 - 15m high. Initials of the names of the climbs are marked in white paint at the top of the cliff (assuming you will be top-roping...). The rock is quartz and is an outcrop of the Mt Isa Fault. All climbs were first climbed by C. Brodie unless stated otherwise. As well as the climbs there is a good low level traverse along the bottom of the cliff. This has two extreme crux sections, between Black Haze and Cosita and between Insectivore and Fractal Landscape. These short sections are worthwhile boulder problems in themselves. No-one has yet done the complete low level traverse non-stop, a feat that would require Herculean arm endurance.
Nearest town or city: Mount Isa
Directions: Take the road from Mt Isa towards Dajarra as far as the long, flat, straight section beyond the causeway across Mica Creek. A dirt road leads off to the left 2km beyond the Mica Creek causeway. This dirt track curves around the southern end of a small hill about 20km from the bitumen, the crag is then visible on the left. A dirt track takes you within 50m of the crag.
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