A) Park at the Roley Pool Car park, located at (-32.1273595, 116.0650588), which provides easy parking. From there, walk down the track until you see the old dam pipes. Continue walking for 200 meters past the pipes, and you will find the rocks on your right.

B) If you choose to park at (-32.1277038036622, 116.06958852292529), walk down the steps and turn right. Walk for 2 minutes while keeping an eye on the opposite side of the stream. Once you spot the boulders, cross over. If you pass the old dam pipes, it means you have walked too far.


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Slab crack on the right.

Technical crimp face.

Stand start with crimp on left and right hand arete. Up the arete. Surprisingly committing.

Sit start with good left hand and up.

Sit start left crimp and right arete. Slap up avoiding falling the boulder behind you

Sit start right hand on flat hold on the face left hand on slanted flatty around the left corner. One big move to the lip. Kinda fun.

avoid using the right hand as an undercling as it has flex to it, just use the flat down pull

Sit start under the overhang in the crack as far left as you can - left of the triangular V shaped slot. (avoid dabbing the disconnected rock). Bunchy start. Then up and right into some powerful moves to gain the lip and top out easily.

Stand start with undercling. Powerful moves then delicate up high. Originally sandbagged at V2 Original send had a hold that has been snapped off some yonks ago apon top out

FA: Steve Holland

Sit start with left hand undercling and right hand on the arete. Powerful opening moves working up the arete into the V4 stand from the undercling.

-32.1283473, 116.0681118

FA: Andy Lampard

Sit start with hand on right hand side pull and left on the small obvious nub

Not sure if this has been done before

Steep Compression.

Start on the two pinches with feet on the kicker then out compressing the prow. Awesome and unique for Perth!

Park on the side of the road. Up the hill trending leftish for about 10-15 minutes to the cliff face. On the left side.

-32.1350370, 116.0700440

FA: Andy Lampard

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