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  <header access="From Launceston travel via highway B51 to Poatina. For Blackwood Rocks continue 7km past Poatina up the mountain and park just past a gravel road on the left with a locked gate and a sign saying &quot;Private Property&quot;. Park at the next track on the right. The crags are up above this track. See the GPS co-ordinates below.&lt;br/&gt;For Mt Blackwood Summit, continue up the Poatina Rd up over the top, where the cliffs come into view high up to the left. Park on the highway and walk up the scree to the cliffs." acknowledgement="" history="" intro="Mt Blackwood consists of two areas - Blackwood Summit has single and multipitch dolerite,. whereas Superb rock with most lines being quite sustained for their length.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;Whereas Blackwood Rocks has shorter bolted sandstone. Some people have been &quot;disappointed&quot; at the quality of the rocksandstone, given the hype it originally received." name="Mt Blackwood" new="false" rock="Short bolted sandstone or dolerite up to 100m" sun="" walk="10-30 min" id="1" camping="" autonumber="false"/>
  <text class="indentedHeader" new="false" id="2">Guide: * Climb Northern Tasmania by Bob McMahon and Gerry Narkowicz has the full guide. * Climb Tasmania Selected Best has the best routes at Blackwood Rocks.</text>
  <gps new="true" id="3">
    <point code="BWR000" description="Carpark for Blackwood Rocks" easting="491878" height="650" northing="5370937" zone="55G" latitude="-41.81340" longitude="146.90221" pid="0"/>
    <point code="BWR010" description="After following the road E, turn R up the hill at this point." easting="492340" height="650" northing="5370880" zone="55G" latitude="-41.81392" longitude="146.90778" pid="1"/>