A Crag Guide gives an extensive view of all sub areas and climbs at a point in the index. It shows a snapshot of the index heirachy, up to 300 climbs (or areas) on a single web page. It shows selected comments climbers have made on a recently submitted ascent.
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Table of contents
Boulder and Trad
Long/Lat: 152.150831, -32.764487
|1||Skase on Skates||14||5m|
Long/Lat: 152.150895, -32.764583
Start 1m R of Bones. Up crack #3.5 cam, yellow TCU, yellow link cam, small wires, to pink horn. Take a breath and do crux. Then more TCUs, RPs in micro seam and #1 cam, finger size cam then anchors.FInishes as for SS
FA: V Wills, D Gray, 2013
Gleaming The Cube
Awesome rock, tucked behind the small arete. Can only be done on low tide and swell. Need some gear at start for a safer belay.
FA: Tim Haasnoot, 2004
FA: Clint Siggins, Trent Lee, 2004
Trad, Sport and Unknown
Long/Lat: 152.151487, -32.764788
up face above knifeblade flake
FA: N Kaczorowski, V Wills, 2004
up layback flake
FA: V Wills, N Kaczorowski, 2004
FA: Vanessa Wills, 2004
Trad and Sport
Long/Lat: 152.151533, -32.764920
Shag on a rock
FA: V Wills, 2004
|10||Chimney||7m||1.1. Small Wall|
|Keloid||8m||1.4. Half Pipe|
|12||Bolus obstruction||8m||1.4. Half Pipe|
|14||Hand Plant||6m||1.1. Small Wall|
|Skase on Skates||5m||1.1. Small Wall|
|Cervical rib||12m||1.4. Half Pipe|
|15||Nollie||7m||1.1. Small Wall|
|Ollie||7m||1.1. Small Wall|
|16||Bones Brigade||20m||1.2. Main Wall|
|Sulci||8m||1.4. Half Pipe|
|17||Gyri||8m||1.4. Half Pipe|
|18||Pop Shovit||6m||1.1. Small Wall|
|Finding Nemo||10m||1.3. Area Unknown|
|Shag on a rock||8m||1.5. Pinnacles|
|19||Blocks||18m||1.2. Main Wall|
|20||Gleaming The Cube||17m||1.2. Main Wall|
|Roller Coaster||18m||1.2. Main Wall|
|21||Scattered Tics||15m||1.2. Main Wall|
|Swinging Tides||520m,||1.2. Main Wall|
|TPot's Aretê||18m||1.2. Main Wall|
|Tic Tac||18m||1.2. Main Wall|
|22||Skating Scattered||18m||1.2. Main Wall|
|Whispering Pectoriloquy||8m||1.4. Half Pipe|
|23||Skeletonised||15m||1.2. Main Wall|