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Trashing Tassie ... it's beyond salvation 19-Mar-2011 At 9:35:26 PM chalkischeap
I don't think a bolt free crag is going to work out in Aus. It works fine in Britain though. The trad areas are 100% bolt free - no rap stations, not one bolt. Meanwhile bolt clipping is available just a few kms away.

Arapiles would be bolt free if it had been developed under this system. Gogarth is like Arapiles-on-sea; multipitch quartzite with no bolts.

We would need a wacky grading system to go with it. The E grade system is a bit like vegemite - you need to grow up with it.

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