- Height: 84m
- Bolts: 14
- Breakdown: 25 37m, 25 12m, 20 35m
- Ascents: 4
Big, steep and on excellent rock for most of the way. The lower pitches start at sea level and feature amazing orange smooth rock. The upper easy pitch is a great single pitch in its own right with a variety of rock types (from smooth, to pocketed to slightly chossy). You can link pitch 1 & 2 together for one massive 50m pitch (as was done on the first ascent).
37m (25) Start up All Guns Blazing for four bolts then take the left line up the steep imposing wall. Crank endlessly to tiny ledge and double ring belay. You can link this with next pitch if you have the guns and draws.
12m (25) Bouldery moves up and right on delicious smooth rock to more major ledge.
35m (20) Carefully up the brittle undercut start then march up and slightly right through band after band of different rock types. This pitch is quite overhung but juggy most of the way.
- Ethic: inherited from Point Perpendicular
Point Perp is predominantly a trad crag. There has been more bolting recently but this is a particularly contentious topic. A lot of the bolts are the traditional Aussie carrot and it would be a good idea to have at least half a dozen keyhole hangers before going to the Point for the first time.
First Ascent: Matt Brooks (p 1, 2) & Neil Monteith (p3), 2013
Located in Bayside Lower approx:
Route Grade Citations
|25||Community registered grade|
|25, 25, 20||Neil Monteith|
Overall quality score: 83%
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