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Access issues inherited from Cape Woolamai

This is a sea cliff, so tides are an obvious factor. Check charts before departing. Grassy areas atop the cliffs are rookeries for mutton birds and penguins, so stick to established tracks. Nest burrows will collapse if trodden on. This is a special and unique environment, so read the signs and behave accordingy

Ethic inherited from Cape Woolamai

Trad ethic predominates, largely due to the the short lifespan of fixed steel in the salty spray. Anchors are often slung bollards so bring some tat to lower off


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FA: Steve Craddock & Bob Craddock, 1961

FA: Jane wil, Steve Monks & Jane Wilkinson, 1989

FA: Glen tempest, Graham Jones & Elke Rudolph, 1984

face holds lead to crack (good gear) traverse right at 6m to fist size crack, up a few metres then traverse back left aiming for quartz rock then pull the lip and take care to navigate runout top. good gear for most of the way.

FA: Julian Goad & James adams, 24 Dec 2016

FA: Russel Judge & Neil Sadler, 1963


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