Booroomba Rocks

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Viewing NE from the saddle of Booroomba Rocks as approached from Apollo Road and Honeysuckle Campsite
Peter Mills climbing Integral Crack at Booroomba Rocks in 1976

Booroomba Rocks is a granite climbing area in Namadgi National Park, in the Australian Capital Territory, particularly noted for its slab climbing. The rocks are divided into several areas, the most prominent being North Buttress, Middle Rocks, and South Buttress.

The area was first approached from Booroomba Station. However, it was not until Honeysuckle Creek Tracking Station, and the associated Apollo Road were opened, that the area became feasible as a climbing area.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 35°33′43″S 148°59′20″E / 35.562°S 148.989°E / -35.562; 148.989