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the you yangs suckety suck suck suck 5-Mar-2004 At 1:39:36 PM CJ
When Andrew L, myself and others started climbing there in 86 we had to put up with crumbling knobs, flakes and de-laminating faces from the bush fires in 1985... you think you got it bad now! At least we did'nt have to put up with the tolls. But as many have already suggested there are some real gems hidden amongst the tors and boneseed... its just a more subtle type of crag than Camels or Werribee.

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