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Staughton Vale

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About Staughton Vale:

A chossy cliff that sits in the beautifull surrounds of the rural township Staughton Vale in the Brisbane Ranges. Cliff can be a bit mossy in sections. A nice area for that day trip from melbourne, but in my opinion if your going tp make the trip, go to Weribee Gorge for a much better quality of routes, rock and protection.
Nearest town or city: staughton vale
Directions: From bacchus marsh take the geelong road and turn right at the roundabout just before the railway line.Continue south and after about 12km turn right at baliang. Drive 8km till you reach staughton vale. Take the gravel road between the school and the tenis vourt (barely a tenis court), follow this track up hill for about 400m. Then walk down right to find the climbs.
Latitude, Longitude: -37.84613, 144.26984
Access Issues: Season closure applies August to November inclusive.
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Quantity of Climbs: Day