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The northern tip of the crag is visible from Little Bluestone Bay. Look for the square cut blocks sitting on the large, brown ledge sloping right into the water.
In very rough weather, conditions will be quite unpleasant. The view from Little Bluestone Bay gives a good indication of what to expect. In very low seas and calm weather, access is very easy and climbing is possible on the blue and red faces.
'Access' to the base is best made by scrambling/walking down at the far southern end. Be careful of the loose soil/dirt/rocks as you make your way from the hillside down to the water. If the sea is very low then access is simple (grade 1), but if the sea is up a little bit then you will need to climb a short (5m) corner (grade 3/4) inbetween the "orange" and "yellow" faces.
Abseiling in from above the centre faces is also a worthwhile option for less confident parties.© (deano)
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