Situated in the Ports National Park, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Good quality limestone based conglomerate, multi pitched climbing up to 200 m.
Most routes appear recently bolted, though easier pitches tend to be quite bold, a set of wires would be a sensible precaution.
Most climbs will require twin 60m ropes, to allow an abseil descent, though on the right hand section it is possible to follow a path to (on the left facing out) to descend an easy gully, which is followed to short abseil of 10m to the bottom.
Bird bans may be in operation during some of the year, check the Ports National Park Website for current information.
Ports Guia De Escaladas (1996)
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