Bald Rock National Park

Wednesday is a break from golf so off to Bald Rock National Park approx. 35 Kms from Tenterfield on the QLD border. The rock itself is a large granite outcrop rising 200 metres above the surrounding landscape. It is the largest granite monolith in Australia. We take the long (but easier gradient) walk through bushland around the back of the rock and find ourselves on the summit of the rock. So we decide to take the shorter option down the exposed face. BIG MISTAKE. At times we were close to using our backsides as the main contact point with the rock !

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