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Description

One of the best granite crags in WA, with nice crack systems and a mix of slab and face climbing. Heaps of classic routes will keep you busy, most of which are two or three pitches. The climbing is also committing with the occasional long runout. Nuts and cams are required for protection as bolts are very few and most routes are trad.

Approach

From Frenchman's Bay Road, turn right into Stony Hill Road. Before Stony Hill car park, turn left along small track to car park. A 2.5km walk (45 minutes) along track heading south from car park. From the low angled slabs on north side of Peak Head, head towards summit cairn. The Western Side is accessed by continuing around to the right.

Areas

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West Face Area
14
71
68m
11
18
88m
East Side Area
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26m