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Chockstone Forum - General Discussion

General Climbing Discussion

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Wilson Prom Climbing
midnight
14/02/2007
11:01:19 AM
I'm interested in exploring climbs at Wilson's Prom and looking for other interested climbers or anyone who has much beta on the area and Mt Bishop. Could be a fun adventure of new routes, camping , surfing and bouldering by the beach.
dworx1
14/02/2007
1:47:33 PM
MM, ive got a mate who's done some stuff in the prom, i ll ask him a get back to you, i know he had to get a special permit to access some area there, but that was before the fires down there a coupla years ago... I llask him and get back to you....

kezza
14/02/2007
6:46:24 PM
We were also thinking of getting away to Wilsons Prom, for said activities. Would be keen for any info you've recieved/found on the climbing there.

Kezza
reagan14
15/02/2007
6:11:04 AM
The bouldering on the beach was great fun...squeaky beach i think it was called...on the far end of the beach there is a cluster of granite? boulders.

Some better than average problems in an amazing setting. No need for a pad, soft sandy landings. Go for a boulder, and then for a swim!
Fish Boy
15/02/2007
6:01:03 PM
Mt Bishop is great...headed up there two months ago. You must do Catchalot, the awesome chiminy/flake at the very top....

If you want to try the slabs, you need to head over the the far right side of the slabs when looking down towards the water. The abseil point is not far down from the bushes. We had a lot of trouble finding them and ended walking all the way to the base of the slab and bushbashed all the way up one side (hours of fun). Watch the slabs though...way run out....the one route we did had a bolt at 8 metres and nothing else for the next 30 or so......
midnight
17/02/2007
1:49:39 PM
cool, i am trying to get any guide on there but might head down on the early March for a week of adventure. Definately try Catchalot.

nmonteith
17/02/2007
2:13:24 PM
The VCC Eastern Victoria guide lists all the legal (and illegal!) routes at Wilsons Proms. It has excellent
diagrams, maps and descriptions.

Fish Boy
17/02/2007
3:47:38 PM
Tongue Point has some very gnarley cracks....and a rap station....
midnight
19/02/2007
6:24:55 PM
hey neil, guess i should buy one if I can find one about. See if the VCC have any copies on sale

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