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Description

The longest and highest part of the cliff line at West Cape Howe. The rock is beautiful too! Although it can be a little chossy near the top. Very exposed but full of classics.

Access issues inherited from West Cape Howe

The 4WD track can vary greatly in condition. A shovel may be needed to fill in some of those holes!

Approach

Walk about 50m south of the car park and look down. The cliff is west facing.

Descent Notes

Rap down from points above the climbs. Often, a short travers along the bottom of the cliff is required. Be aware of king waves, and always stay tied in.

Ethic inherited from West Cape Howe

There is no established ethic, but the area was once within the 'Adventure Zone' which prohibited bolting. The usual WA ethics towards bolting apply, and all bolts should be placed with careful consideration, and definitely not used to replace natural pro.