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General Climbing Discussion

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3rd Chockstone Gathering 26-Nov-2004 At 1:32:02 PM rolsen
The heat is scaring me off a bit but we're still keenish for a climb anyway. If we go there'll be two (maybe three) of us leaving from Brunswick/Greensborough.
Is the alternative private land still available for access? I have climbed there on hot days after 3:30 mostly in the shade. Of course the longish walk to the further areas (esp up the hill) wouldn't be pleasant in the heat.

So again, is there alternative access arranged?
What time and where are people climbing?


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