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Description

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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Approach

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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Routes

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1
23 Hugs 'n Kisses Trad 12m

The alluring off-width.

2
22 * Tribute Sport 15m

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

FA: Norm Selby, 2000

3
21 * Ekeko Sport 14m

The middle line up the slabby face.

FA: Norm Selby, 2000

5
16 Panchamama Trad 12m

Climb the offwidth and laser-cut crack above.

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

6
23 ** Mad Moroccan Cabbies Sport 10m
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22 * 501 Bodega Sport 10m
9
23 23 (name?) Sport 15m

The line of bolts on the right.

FA: Norm Selby, 2000

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FA: Norm Selby, 2000

11
Route 2 Trad

FA: Norm Selby, 2000

12
27 Red Line Sport 10m

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

FA: Garry Phillips, 2003

13
Route 3 Trad

FA: Norm Selby, 2000

14
24 Wild Willy Sport 8m

The overhanging arete left of Hugs 'n Kisses.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2003