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Stream Wall Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Euan Cameron on Aug 27, 2011|
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DescriptionStream Wall is formed along a stream which flows most of the year. The climbs here are shorter but definitely steeper than the other climbs at Horseshoe Piles.
Like the other crags around the rock is granite, and is generally good quality.
The wall faces South East and is a shady spot on a summers afternoon. Early in the season mosquitos are an issue, but as the stream drys up this is less of an issue.
Getting TherePark at the Lake George parking lot and start hiking on the Crystal Lake Trail. Hike uphill for several minutes until you reach some large water tanks and then leave the trail heading west. Cross over the ridgeline and then contour along the hillside following some metal pipes until you reach a stream. The first crag you see is Spring Crag - continue passed this for a further 180 yards. The wall is reached a few yards after crossing the stream. The approach takes 15-20 minutes if you hit it right.
Classic Climbing Routes at Stream Wall
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