Thompson's Cove Mostly trad climbing21 routes in crag
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One of the most secluded and beautiful climbing areas in WA.
The climbing is quite short, however, there are some amazing crack climbs, as well as face and slab climbing. A 25 m rope, quickdraws and a set of nuts and cams are required.
Climbing and camping is located in a wilderness area. National Park rangers request you notify them prior and at completion of trip
Follow the Western Highway west from Walpole for 7 km before turning left onto Tinglewood Road. Park at trail head. Follow popular tourist track for 7.5 km (2 hours) before reaching the crag.
Where to stay
Campsites can be found at Thompson's Cove.
There are no open trips for this crag
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