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Nick Handcock climbing “Supposed Golden Path”, grade 27 (F7c) at Freycinet in Tasmania

Rock climbing photographs of Tasmania

The photograph by Garry Phillips shows Nick Handcock climbing “Supposed Golden Path”, grade 27 (F7c) at Freycinet in Tasmania.

Freycinet is the place to visit for superb granite sea cliff climbing on the east coast of Tasmania near Coles Bay that is often described as Australia’s best sea cliff climbing area. Here there is a great variety of sport and Trad climbing with both single and multi-pitch routes in great positions above the sea.

This photograph appears in the Climb Tasmania guidebook written by Gerry Narkowicz.  Buy this guidebook from our shop.

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The Climb Tasmania guidebook is a good selective guidebook to the island, which describes 850 routes at Tasmania’s 25 best crags. 

Climb Tasmania rock climbing guidebook

Buy the Climb Tasmania guidebook from our shop.

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The Climb Tasmania guidebook is a good selective guidebook to the island, which describes 850 routes at Tasmania’s 25 best crags. 

Climb Tasmania rock climbing guidebook

Buy the Climb Tasmania guidebook from our shop.