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Sandstone sport crag

Approach

Hydro Tasmania Land

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Info can be found in the Climb Tasmania and Climb Northern Tasmania books. Climb Northern Tasmania has a comprehensive guide of the crag

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Starts in finger crack to first ledge, then face climbing and finishing with another small crack at the top.

FA: Gerry Narkowicz, 2003

One of the best routes on the crag. Start at the layback crack with powerful moves to the ledge. Trend left and climb the arete, finish with technical slab at DBB

FA: Gerry Narkowicz & Andrew McGifford, 2003

Zig-zag bolted hand crack. Second bolt is difficult to clip and crack is dirty. Good jamming

Corner on next face with challenging face climb at the top

FA: Gerry Narkowicz & Andrew McGifford, 2003

FA: 2003

Messy looking bolted route trends left at half way. An extended draw for the 3rd bolt will reduce drag. Climbs reasonably well.

Bolted corner crack with letter 'R' carved at the base DBB

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