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  1. 12/Feb/2011

    Stu Dobbie says:

    Was written up as H.D. Robb Reserve on ACA

    Was written up as H.D. Robb Reserve on ACA

  2. 09/Oct/2012

    Stu Dobbie says:

    http://bb.bbboy.net/cragx-viewthread?forum=1&thread=119
  3. 14/Aug/2016

    Sam Darley says:

    14/08/16 Changed lower-offs (adding ring bolts) to replace rusted hardware and...

    14/08/16

    • Changed lower-offs (adding ring bolts) to replace rusted hardware and make them more suitable and safe for top-roping. I'd mixed some different metal types on the original chains, so some of them became quite rusted over the short time they were there.
    • Up-graded Mudstone man as a hold has broken off at the start, the floor has sunk, and it was probably sand-bagged in the first place. To be honest, it's probably still fairly sandbagged. Now it is quite sustained.
    • Changed some route/access descriptions.

    I've had a few more raps down the main wall, there's definitely at least two or three routes up it.

  4. 25/Feb/2017

    Sam Darley says:

    25/02/17 I have changed the name from 'Right of Way' to 'Castle Crag'. Right of ...

    25/02/17
    I have changed the name from 'Right of Way' to 'Castle Crag'. Right of Way doesn't really describe anything about where it is, or what the climbing is like so Castle Crag is probably a much more useful and practical name. People who have seen the wall from crumbly can probably ID it from the suburb. The other issue is that many crags have some sort of right of way to get there, so it's a bit like naming a crag 'walk-in crag' or 'access gulley crag'. It could alternatively be called just 'H.D Robb Reserve'.