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Summary

Abundance of "sharp" granite rock as outcrop, with plenty of routes and boulders, visible from the sand at Trinity Beach when looking North.

Description

Jump onto the sand at Trinity Beach from the north carpark of Vasey Esplanade, look left (North), walk on the sand to the visible boulders at the beach's end. The first two sections you will see when you get there are the Forewall (on you right and in front of you) and the Lorewall (on the your left). The boulders continue onward and around.

Access issues

Time it around the daily tide surges. At high tide the waves do come up to the 'Keep of rocks - private property' signs' rock wall, but only to knee height with splash. Still not a great prospect in stinger season to walk through. Otherwise the actual boulders at the north end stay dry all day and there is always shade that can be found.

Approach

Walk North along the sandy beach past the private property rock wall and 'Keep of rocks - private property' signs. The sand takes you along to the boulders scattered just at the north end of Trinity Beach.

Where to stay

Camp at Taylor's point, or Trinity Park Beach. Otherwise there are hotels and locals who will be happy to help. Visit Cairns Rock Climbing or Cairns Climbing Club on Facebook.

Ethic

Take ALL rubbish with you, and any you find there. Let's keep it pristine.

History

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Little to none. Visit https://cairnsclimbingclub.com.au/ for indoor climbing and to meet the climbers

Areas

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Name
Style
Routes
Ticks
Height
Grades
Forewall Boulder
7
5
4m
3
Lorewall Boulder
5
0
3m
4
Corewall Boulder
10
2
3m
5
Shorewall Boulder
14
0
4m
3

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