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Long/Lat: 115.034569, -34.268222
Bouldering area. V0 to V7.
Head south towards Augusta from Margaret River via Bussell Highway, cutting across to Caves Road at / after Karridale (note Caves Road is actually a left turn at the intersection with Hamelin Bay Road!). Turn right onto Cosy Corner Road. Drive to the very end of Cosy Corner Road (about 3.5km) and park at the large car park with the fishermen a t Knobby Head and enjoy(!) the 1.5km walk down to the boulder areas along the beach, OR after abou t 2.3kms along Cosy Corner Road, there is a 4WD track (also part of it is the Cape to Cape trac k) on your left where you can pull in and park your 2WD urban vehicle behind some trees and walk the 4W D track (20 minutes at good pace). If you have a real 4WD vehicle you can continue down the 4 WD track. At the fork at the 1.3km mark take the track that continues on towards the coast to ge t to the 4WD parking at the bouldering areas. Taking the beach or Cape to Cape routes are longer. Do not camp here as the Ranger does do inspections and has fined people. The walk out take s a bit longer as it is sandy and uphill.
|4||Big Girls Blouse||21||12m|
|4||Descent Route||20m||1.2. Main Area|
|9||Bland||15m||1.2. Main Area|
|11||Thrutch||4m||1.1. Wave Wall|
|12||Crystal Corner||15m||1.2. Main Area|
|Sinus||19m||1.2. Main Area|
|15||Body Wedge||10m||1.1. Wave Wall|
|Calcilting||4m||1.1. Wave Wall|
|Access Traverse||20m||1.2. Main Area|
|Cut Crystal||20m||1.2. Main Area|
|16||Chicken Point||18m||1.2. Main Area|
|Pat-a-Cake||20m||1.2. Main Area|
|17||Loose Lips||20m||1.2. Main Area|
|19||Petropunster||30m||1.2. Main Area|
|21||Big Girls Blouse||12m||1.1. Wave Wall|
|24||Innocent Looks||10m||1.1. Wave Wall|
|Wipe Out||10m||1.1. Wave Wall|
|26||Drop In||10m||1.1. Wave Wall|
|?||Top-Rope Arete||12m||1.1. Wave Wall|