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Access issues inherited from Hillwood (private land)

The climbing at Hillwood is on private land and the access to this area is a delicate issue. If it is your first time climbing at Hillwood the land owner has requested that you call Gerry Narkowicz. The number can be found in the guide book (either Climbing Northern Tasmania, or Climbing Tasmania - Selected Best).

If you see non-climbers, please kindly ask them to leave. The owner has not given families or walkers permission to access his land, and day walkers have been jeopardising climber access.

Definitely no dogs.

If there is a sign on the fence saying that the area is closed for shooting vermin please do not enter the area!



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To the right of Good Friday is a thin slabby seam (crux) leading to steep jug hauling up high. Some loose rock around the rooflet, but a great long route to the top of the crag.

FFA: Gerry Narkowicz, 2005

Starts at same level and just to left of Ghost Rider, with high first bolt. Finishes just under roof.


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