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Gibraltar Peak and surrounds are a multi-level maze of boulders that offer some fine climbing. Most climbs are single-pitch and many are fully bolted, while others are a mixture of bolts and natural gear. Many of the climbs are in the sun for at least part of the day, making this a great place for a sunny winter’s day. Participation CCA will provide a limited amount of basic instruction and top rope climbing if there are enough volunteer leaders; please…Find out more »
Blue Lake in Kosciuszko National Park, NSW, is a rare and beautiful cirque lake which has some of the clearest waters of any Australian lake. Granite cliffs of up to 55m overlook the west side of Blue Lake, providing some wonderful traditional climbing and the only alpine climbing area in Australia.
CCA holds this climbing weekend annually. It is open to all CCA members and to non-members who join CCA at the beginning of the weekend.Find out more »
Our popular introductory climbing day at Booroomba Rocks, Namadgi National Park, is a great way for newer CCA members who are first-time climbers at Booroomba to enjoy the delights of the classic trad climbs at the Booroomba crag. It is also a great opportunity for indoor climbers to experience the joys of outdoor and trad climbing.Find out more »
Come and join CCA members Jack Pezzey and Robert Douglas for a week of climbing at this wonderful world-famous quartzite crag. It has everything from short test pieces to multi-pitch classics at all grades.Find out more »
This introductory climbing day, to be held at White Rocks (Wickerslack Crag) in Queanbeyan, is an opportunity for indoor climbers and new CCA members to experience the joys of outdoor, top-roped climbing. Participants of any experience are welcome, and the focus for the day is to provide an informative atmosphere. You will need to join CCA on the day if you are not a member ($20 for one year or $50 for three years), and all participants will need to…Find out more »