Rainforest Rock-Climbing Tour Local-Rate
Our Rainforest Rock-Climbing Tour Local-Rate offers a meet on site plus a further locals discount.
Great for friends, family and work mates. Social occasions, birthdays and holidays.
A fun and challenging morning rock climbing including abseil and caving activities.
Personalised tours (generally two) with a maximum of four participants.
Family of three or four, we do a tour for you. Simply select the discounted family option on booking.
A great introduction to cliff based activities with professional, experienced guidance, all equipment including climbing shoes provided.
Climbing grades and activities tailored to the first timer and seasoned climber!
*Childeren are to be accompanied by at least one paying adult. Unless otherwise discussed ie; kids birthday party
Meet 7:30am @ Lake Placid Recreational Area car park, at 7:30am you’ll see the well signed Topknot vehicle roll in. See map below or for exact location and directions click google maps location
Discover hidden site aspects with multiple Climbing, Caving and Abseil activities.
What this rainforest site lacks in sheer height makes up for in variety of routes.
You will have the opportunity to try different climbing techniques on smearing slabs, lay-back flake, arete and face climbs. Also off-width crack through to proper chimney cracks.
Safety is managed using both top and bottom belay techniques
If you have interest in our local Flora and Fauna. A variety of butterflies can bee seen (including Cairns Birdwing & Ulysses).
Birdlife regularly sighted include flocks of Metallic Starling hurtling through the canopy at warp speed, Lorikeets, cheeky Sulphur Crested Cockatoos.
Birds of prey, Osprey and Brahminy Kite cruise the gorge above Lake Placid in search of dinner.
Down at the fisheries protected Lake Placid provides good habitat for numerous fish species. Including Archer fish and freshwater turtles to name a few.
Flora consists of several types fig tree, epiphytic basket ferns, butterfly host vines. Plus pencil orchids and many other native rainforest plant species.