BETA PHOTO: From thesarvo.com
For organizational purposes, all of the crags north of Sleepy Bay are part of the "Coastal Cliffs", and all of the crags south are part of "The Hazards", even though almost all of these cliffs are coastal.
All of these crags are approached via the Cape Tourville Road in Freycinet national park. Climbers generally habitate at the free campground at Bluestone Bay (no freshwater). There's also a more developed fee campground at Richardson Beach.
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Beowulf 5.9 International : Australia : ... : Deepwater Zawn
This is absolutely, one of the most exciting routes I've ever been on! Completely exposed with the surf crashing below, the full committment of rapping in and (gulp!) pulling the rope!Start up the face and soon begin traversing to the right above the overhangs and onto the pocketed triangular wall above the cave. Finish by going straight up on the left and finish up a short corner (crux)....[more] Browse More Classics in International