Mount Franklin Mostly climbing41 routes in crag
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Mt Franklin is a massive granite dome that rises to 433m above the surrounding Karri Forest.
Most climbing is slab where you rely on daft footwork, friction and small edges to get you up most routes. However, there is some great face climbing and even a few cracks. The area also boasts some great multi-pitch climbing. Most routes dry quick although those beneath the roof may remain wet for longer. One 70m or two 50m ropes are required to abseil off routes if you are not topping out.
The area also boast some endangered fauna and flora and care must be taken to not damage any of the flora that inhabit Mt Franklin. Removal of plants could result in climbing restrictions.
10 minutes from car park.
Where to stay
Camping is allowed only at Fenbrook Falls, some 20 minute drive away.
There are no open trips for this crag
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