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Western Australia's premiere sport climbing area. Beautiful, steep rock and fantastic climbing.

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Has been re-bolted. Has a glorious finish... if you can beat the pump. Harder than Heavy Petting.

FFA: Rob Wall, 1997

The juggy classic of the cliff. Medium cams can protect moves below the first bolt. The reported 25 grade for this climb may be a mistake in the guide book. Probably more like a 23, although some hardmen have outrageously suggested 22!

FFA: G Chipper, 1995

Perhaps the proudest line on the cliff. Super steep.

FFA: G Chipper, 1995

An entertaining roof in the similar vein of the two neighboring routes (Root Canal & Glass Slipper). Steep start to ledge then up left to roof and finish just left of the whale tail. No kidding: stick clip the first bolt. Use long quickdraw for the fifth bolt.

Set by Remi Vignals

FFA: Remi Vignals, 15 Sep 2015

Spectacular ceiling. A couple of bouldery moves.

Set by D Toulalan, 1994

FFA: Chris Jones, 1995

Good strong stuff. Possibly harder than Glass Slipper. Strictly speaking, the route finishes by traversing under the under the roof and up the arete to the anchors. It is believed that at least one hold has broken off since the first assent, making it nearly impossible to complete the route as it was done originally. The finish of the route is now typically done by going directly to the Bustin' Down the Door anchors (also know as Flash Gordon)

FFA: A Wood, 1995

Straightforward to a thinky section and pumpy rail finale.

FFA: Chris Jones, 1995

Straightforward jugging to a do or fly finish.

FFA: S Richardson, 1995

She Magic on trad

Proper hard final section. Sandbag, but great.

FFA: Chris Jones, 1995


FFA: A Wood, 1995

RB's on right side of wall. Grade 22 to final bolt and tough moves going left on non-holds.

FFA: S Richardson, 1995

The arete at the far right of the promenade. Be wary, as some of the falls aren't the cleanest.

Line straight up the middle of the boulder. Use your choice of protection in the holes at the bottom. Make it bomber, If you fall from the crux, you will bounce off the inclined rock and this piece will stop you from launching towards the river.

After crux traverse left to easy, flowy awesome climbing with small gear. 2 Carrot bolts at the top. Will need plates.

FA: Mitch Woodward, 2017

Up the edge of the boulder. Can be top roped as there are 2 carrots and a redirect. Seriously bold.

Famous, epic roof crack located opposite the Promenade, you can't miss it.

FFA: M Matheson, 1996


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