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Description

Basalt sea cliffs in very atmospheric location just near The Blow Holes

Approach

Park at the Blow Holes car park and head towards the viewing platform. As you approach the platform head off right and down to the cliff line about 100-150 metres below and right of the platform. Access down to the start of routes would appear to be via abseil. There doesn't appear to be any rap anchors. Scramble in from the lower tiers from either end appears to be pretty exciting.

Routes

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1
18 *** Absession Direct Unknown 15m
2
15 * Absession Trad 18m

L) end of wall. Directly up a steep well protected corner exposed traverse R) for two meters and up. The direct finish though roof is much better.

3
18 Absticle Unknown 15m
4
17 Barnicle Bill Trad 20m

The next crack line Left of Bull Kelp. Up to where crack goes R). But traverse L) onto arête and finish as for absticle.

5
23 * Bull kelp Mixed 15m, 1

Start under obvious large roof in the middle of the wall. trad gear up steep face then delicate slab to bolt in the roof. Direct through cruxy roof to top. Use this roof feature to locate the other climbs on wall. Facing the wall the next route R) is weather window.

6
17 Weather window Unknown 15m

Crimpy steep start to slab, clip RB, Romp up slab, poor trad, to expposed finish on an arête 2nd ring bolt.

7
11 Mangina Unknown 15m

A shallow corner angles right.

8
15 Crayfish Crack Trad 8m

Obvious crack, right hand side of wall is the first route if you approach from Seal wall Left side. This whole ledge is prone to very large waves,

Areas

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3
3
12m

Activity

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