Go back to Tasmania.
Go back to Wellington 2.
Went back to Freycinet Peninsula and climbed a 4-pitch line called Stud City
(19) on the Hazards Wall in somewhat worrisome weather. Hard and slick pitch 3 with some poor gear right above the small-gear belay – bit stressful. Also, a lichen-covered slab traverse atop pitch 2 where Shirley’s foot blew and she went for a nice (clean) penji. Still, cool position above the crashing waves.
Shirley topping out on pitch one of Stud City at Freycinet National Park (Jan. 2015).
Leading pitch 2 of Stud City – good crack climbing to an undercling flake to a short (but lichen covered) slab section (Jan. 2015).
Shirley on the scenic pitch 2 of Stud City (Jan. 2015).
Views of Sleepy Bay from pitch one of Stud City (Jan. 2015).
The flake traverse (Jan 2015).
Shirley on the 3 meter lichen slab traverse…somebody’s foot is about to flow off (Jan. 2015).
Looking back at Shirley from just above the crux of the route on the highly invigorating pitch 3 of Stud City. An OK gear anchor followed by slick and unprotectable water groove (harder than it looked from the belay).
Shirley topping out on Stud City (Jan. 2015).
Hiking off the Hazards Wall at Freycinet Peninsula (Jan. 2015).
Can you say comfy? Shit – the vacation will be over when we get to South America (Dec. 2014).
More wallabies (Jan. 2015).
Tasmanian porcupine (Jan. 2015).
Tasmanian devils (Jan. 2015).
An agitated wallaby (Jan. 2015).
He seemed to be on high alert (Jan. 2015).
Camel whisperer (Jan. 2015).
The elusive two-headed albino wallaby.
Go to Cape Raoul
Go back to Tasmania