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The Fallen Block

  • Grade context: AU
  • Ascents: 21
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Access issues inherited from Tasmania

Many locals continue to use community run website thesarvo.com for crag/route updates and noting any access issues. The associated app can be downloaded and used offline!

http://thesarvo.com/confluence/display/thesarvo/Tasmania

Gerry Narkowicz also produces hardcopy guides to numerous venues across the state via the 'Climb Tasmania' website

https://climbtasmania.com.au/collections/frontpage

Ethic inherited from Tasmania

  • The operation and use of drones by park visitors on reserved land including national parks is not permitted​.

  • Please note that Tasmania has notoriously patchy phone reception for particular service providers. Telstra is the most reliable. An emergency Personal Locator Beacon or similar is recommended kit when climbing in remote locations.

  • For more information - follow the link below for some local tips + tricks on how to better reduce your impact during your next Tassie climbing holiday

https://www.cragcaretasmania.org.au/learn

Routes

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SDS on slopey pockets, then up to big left jug and mantle.

Sit start under steep arete closest to the island. Use two pockets left of arete, and much body tension to move up and rightish.

Hard crimp problem between Cripple and Fallen Angel

Sloper on lip 2m left of Lucifer

Good start pocket, left up to ledge then up

2m right up Lucifer, up big slopers

SDS on right side of the face 'facing' the main ckiffline

Starts on same starting hold as V5 Flat Out, move up and head right to 'nose' of boulder and mantle over right around the lip

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Author(s): Gerry Narkowicz

Date: 2021

ISBN: 9780646841946

Cracks, sea stacks, big walls, remote exotic locations, volcanic columns, no crowds and your choice of the predominant dolerite, some quartzite and a little sandstone to remind you of the mainland. Many a wilderness climbing experience can be had within a 2hr car trip from the main centers. By Gerry Narkowicz. This guide features 1280 routes.

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