Passchendaele is a granite oasis of medium to tall perfect blocs. It is located 15minutes outside Stanthorpe, close to the town of Amiens, in the “Passchendaele State Forest”.
Sectors are scattered all around the lush forests, with some of the most impressive and hard bouldering in the state.
Opportunities are absolutely endless with over 360 new problems developed but with a scope of 1000’s. The climbing tends to be very fingery, powerful and rewards patience.
Being the “capital of cool” out in the granite belt, weather tends to be mountainous, meaning very cold mornings and some of the countries best temperatures for hard climbing.
Get amongst the future of Australian bouldering on some of the states best granite.
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