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This area is actually a huge boulder on the headland east of Little Bluestone Bay. It is almost entirely composed of short and cute sport climbs.

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Access issues inherited from Coastal Cliffs

A 4WD is highly recommended to access these cliffs. Smaller cars may be able to reach the campsite at whitewater wall, however they will probably bottom out on approach. Track conditions are subject to change, particularly after heavy rains.


From the turning circle at the end of the track to Little Bluestone Bay, head east (left as you face the bay) along a track. After 2 minutes you should be at the base of the crag ready to climb.

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The overhanging arete left of Hugs 'n Kisses.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2003

The alluring off-width.

Start as for 'Tribute', then swing left past a few more bolts up the face.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2003

The corner on the arete, then up the slabby face.

FA: Norm Selby, 2000

The middle line up the slabby face.

FA: Norm Selby, 2000

Climb the offwidth and laser-cut crack above.

Start: To the right of the all the bolted routes is another offwidth.

The line of bolts on the right.

FA: Norm Selby, 2000

FA: Norm Selby, 2002

FA: Norm Selby, 2000

FA: Norm Selby, 2000


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