These rocks are the first bits of granite you'll come to on the road. The crags are often used by school groups for abseiling and top rope climbing. A hand made bolt exists half way up a black slab. It is likely that this was the first climb in Borland, led with the single marginal bolt. There are 3 easy, yet to be named climbs virtually on the road. There are roadside signs for traffic to put up when using this area. A good place to practice skills.
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Second Bolted route from left to right.
2 medium cams. up the corner and traverse under the roof to the DBA. 3rd climb at this crag from left to right
David Jagoutz FFA
This crag was bolted on a 'bolting course' by the Southland Section.
More info to come when I have
More info to come when I have it.