The Paradiso Mostly sport climbing53 routes in crag
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The best sport climbing crag is southern Tasmania features overhanging climbing on juggy featured dolerite rock. Pounding waves and stunning views to Cape Raoul compliment this atmospheric venue.
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Bolted route between Supercharger, and the R facing 'Bagpipe' corner. Thin technical face, to roof then powerful crux move to bollard and a welcome rest. The difficulty then eases to a DBB.
Popular route with a testing initial wall, followed by a dynamic crux. If you make it through all that to the ledge at 3/4 height your doing well. Its in the bag.....isn't it? Fully bolted with a DBB.
The classic of the wall with constant good and varied moves.
One of the classics of the crag. Long and pumpy, on positive holds, until the final rooflet is mounted and the mood of the route changes. The initial roof is regarded as the crux, but the final rising traverse to the DBB is a heartbreaker.
The final corner provides a technical bridging crux sequence, a long way above the pounding waves. 60m rope required.
If you forget about the last 3 bolts of Retrograde Amnesia you have amnesia but it does make for an awesome warm up 22 (the 4th & 5th last bolt has a single fixed bineer lower off.
Great technical and exposed top slab!!
FA: Nick Hancock
A long and varied pitch up the right trending corner system that seperates the main overhanging portion of the Paradisio (on the left) from the more sympatheticaly angled wall (on the right). DBB.
FA: S Young, 2012