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Long/Lat: 146.804288, -19.238433
- Access Issues: inherited from Kissing Point
In recent times there has been issues with strand security guards telling people they can not climb here because it is army land... THIS IS NOT TRUE.
- Ethic: inherited from Kissing Point
DO NOT cross the fence into the army property
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Start 1m R of Stone Goddess and up over the roof. Pull up (crux) and climb straight up the face (two horizontal cracks for cams) till the fig tree. Traverse R to the wide crack (multiple wires) and up to top through horrible choss (very loose).
FA: Steven Ioannou, Christopher Glastonbury, 2003
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