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Point Perpendicular

Interesting rock climbing area for routes from 6a to 6c and from 7a to 7c (french grades).
InformationMany additional skills about progressing, belaying, escaping technics ... are necessary for multipitch routes security.
Best time(s) :
  • January
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Aspect(s) : W-SW-S-SE-E     Altitude : 18 m
Approach between 5 and 15 min rapelling.    Kids friendly ? foot of the crag dangerous for young kids.

Informations :

More than 200 routes, from 3 to 27 , spread over many crags   Bolting : traditionnal climbing, sport climbing
Max Height : 50 m.
Rock : sandstone.    Characteristic(s) : vertical Vertical, dihedral Dièdre.    Type(s) of holds : cracks, pockets / holes, slopers.
Further information(s) : Le nom "Point Perpendicular" a été donné par le capitaine James Cook en personne durant son voyage pour l'Australie en 1770.

Locations :

Area : australie, New South Wales, South East, Nowra, Currarong.
Information  1. Zoom in to get all the rock climbing places 200 km around.
 
: Bouldering     : Single pitch     : Multi pitches     : Deep water soloing     : Differents kind of climbing
  Rock climbing area GPS Coordinates :   Latitude :   35° 5' 39" S Longitude :   150° 48' 14" E    Sexagesimal & Orientation
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