Moses Rocks Mostly climbing45 routes in crag
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Short climbs from 6m to 15m. Grades range from 10 through to 21.
Check http://www.climberswa.asn.au/PDF/Moses_Rocks_Jan_2012.pdf for a guide.
The crag is approx 260km drive from Perth and forms the headland just north of and visible from Willyabrup Cliffs.
Head towards Margaret River on the Bussell Highway. Approx 18km after the roundabout at Vasse Newtown turn right onto Metricup Road and when this ends turn right onto Caves Road. After 3km turn left onto Moses Rock Road which is followed for 3.5km, at the T junction turn left where the road turns to a gravel surface usually horribly corrugated. Where the road descends towards the beach it becomes sealed again all the way to the car park, at which there are no facilities.
Moses Rocks comprises six areas which are a short 10min stroll from the car park, heading south.
The first routes at Moses Rocks were recorded in 1987 and by 1990 it seemed activity at this crag was exhausted, however in recent years a number of good lines have been established. The earlier routes were last listed in Margaret River Rock (1996), which has been out of print for some time and is hard to come by. This mini-guide has been developed to continue to allow everyone access to the knowledge of the area and to record the more recently developed climbs.
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