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Long/Lat: 115.000759, -34.064214
- Unique Features And Strengths:
Steep Limestone next to the ocean.
A sports crag on steep to vertical limestone, with solid (mostly) stalactites and stalagmites 100m from the Indian Ocean.The rock is fantastic to climb on on although there are some sandy sections, and the upper parts of the climbs may be quite sharp.
- Access Issues:
The crag is in the Leeuwin- Naturaliste National Park. Whilst the local rangers seem to be quite unsure if climbing is allowed without a permit, it may be wise to contact the CALM office in Busselton.
2WD (RECOMMENED): 1st option: Follow Caves Rd south and turn onto Contos Rd. Follow this till you reach Contos Spring. Park here and walk northwards along the beach for around 45 minutes. Once you reach the second rocky outcrops entering the ocean, take the track that heads inland towards a large cave. Once at the cave/ cliff face turn right and follow this to a juction. Take the right option which remains at the base of the cliffs and walk for under 5 minutes. When you reach the bolts in the cliff you are there! 2nd Option: On Contos Rd park at the Cape to Cape walking track. Take this track northwards for roughly 45 minutes. It will follow the ridge line until it descends to the junction at the base of the cliffs previously mentioned. Turn left when you reach the track junction and walk for a few more minutes.
4WD (REALLY REALLY NOT RECOMMENDED): Travel south on Caves Rd for 2.5 km from the Caves Rd/ Redgate Rd junction. Take the 4WD track on you right which is just before the cave access road for Calganup Cave. Travel along the track (Bob's Hollow Rd) for around 3km until its end. From the end of the track follow the walking to the base of the cliffs which takes you to the cave just north of Bob's Hollow. Keep folling the track southwards until you reach the track junction previously mentioned. THE TRACK IS VERY ROCKY WHICH GETS WORSE AND WORSE AS YOU TRAVEL ALONG IT. EVEN A RAISED 4WD WILL STRUGGLE NOT TO CLIP SOME OF THE LARGE PROTRUDING ROCKS ON THE ROAD. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
- Where To Stay:
Contos campground is the closest legitimate choice, although it has been known for people to camp in the cave to the north of Bob's Hollow, although this is not 'permitted' by CALM. Contos Campground also links up to the Cape to Cape walking track. The is also plenty of other accommodation in the region with Margaret River close by.
Bob's Hollow is a sports crag and it seems many routes have been rebolted in the last year or two (2012- 2013). Chalk seems to be widely used.
Earliest climb seems to be from 1994.
Long/Lat: 115.000800, -34.064051
Shade until lunch time. Steep
- Descent Notes:
Most routes have lower off rings
Left of unknown climb (constructive vandalism), over bulge with long moves and traverse right to join anchors of CV
Unknown (aka Constructive Vandalism)
Clip first high bolt and continue up jugs, some of which have big moves in between.
Puk Puk Sen
5 bolts to loweroff. Climb line of ringbolts immediately left of Constructive Vandalism. Thought provoking moves halfway up will result in glory or failure.
Left of the fin as you are facing wall, then steep crux ending
|12||Magnas the Robot Fighter||22||20m|
Right of Spatula Man
Start off the higher terrace
Long/Lat: 115.000433, -34.064617
More vertical rock with some steep sections. Longer routes that can be sharp at the top of the climbs
- Descent Notes:
Most routes have lower off rings
Revenge of the Luftwaffe
FA: Kate Swain
Escalade De Rasoir
Shares first 2 bolts of Sunset Cruise, then tends left up obvious ramp. 7 bolts plus double loweroff.
FA: George Firth, Mick Dempsey, 2008
Up a few metres to a leftwards diagonal traverse, then straight to the top
FA: Regan Witham, 1994
rope slings and bolts
|7||Unknown (left of Stalagasaurus)||18||15m|
nice, gets sharp at the top, easy to get tied up just below the nuts