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A great Deep Water Solo (DWS) crag only 100m from the car park. Great on a summers day when the swell is down.


Park your car at the end of Pacific St. Walk past the gate for about 50m and take the track to the left and up the little path.


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Arete on the southern ocean side of the inlet.

FA: 2007

Traverse from arete along diagonal break.

Traverse 20m along lower wall then up through bulge.

FA: Tim Haasnoot, 2009

FA: Tim Haasnoot, 2009

Back southern side or inlet.

FA: Jason Piper, 2009

S3. This is a serious undertaking. This is a no fall climb due to a submerged boulder right in the landing zone. Start from the ledge to the right, starting on the arete, trend up and left to head up the middle of the face.

FA: Jack Folkes, 6 Jan 2018

FA: Jason Piper, Feb 2009

FA: Jason Piper

FA: Jason Piper

FA: Jason Piper

The arete on its right side.

The awesome hand sized crack between the main land and the island. A little sharp.

FA: Jason Piper, 2009

FA: Jason Piper

No so easy when wet!

Start from the chimney ledge. Nice easy hugging up the pillar.

Easy down climb or exit to/from the island.

Off the small ledge.

FA: Tim Haasnoot

Moving right off the ledge.

Boulder problem off on the island up the middle of the face. No water landing!!

FA: Tim Haasnoot, 2009

The right arete, nice committing moves.

FA: Tim Haasnoot, 2009

The fun arete with the pockets above the steep section.

FA: Tim Haasnoot

FA: Jason Piper

FA: Jason Piper, 2009

Up the crack or the slab.

The corner to gain the top of the island.


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