Since the houses have been built on top of Fruehy it doesn't stop seeping. Even after small rains it takes forever to dry. The reason is that the water drainage from the roads and houses directs all the water on top of the cliff. So instead of the grassy area that used to soak up all the water we now have a rivulet draining onto the climbs. Half of the cliff has been unclimbable most of days in the last weeks (and not just because of the rainy days). Is there anyone with a good connection to the council to achieve that the drainage gets redirected a bit further away from the climbs? Or do we have to dig a trench ourselves? Our afterwork cliff has been pretty busy lately but there were only about 3.5 climbable routes.
Hi team, would anyone have objections to me replacing the tat at the top of third bird with rap anchors? Someone may have already done it, thought I'd put it on my to do list this season
- You'll also need to sign up to be a Wildcare member, if you haven't already, so that you're covered for insurance purposes: https://wildcaretas.org.au/join/
Trad rack and other gear lost, probably on South Bruny, by two impoverished student in the last couple of weeks . Reward to finders of course - any info would also be welcome. Post a contact here if you can help.
2 karabiners (one with tape on it) found below Right Tower at the Panopticon yesterday (Tuesday 28th Sept). Post a contact if they are yours, will arrange to get them back to you.
BTW, the falcons may be nesting again further up the valley - we have put up the "Climbers please keep out" sign as usual, and ask climbers to avoid that area (left hand end) of the crag for the next few weeks.
Please post your questions here.
We'll collate your questions. What we can't answer this evening we will address at a future forum.
Hi folks, the CCT will be holding a couple of forums in the next week to discuss some important developments for Tasmanian climbing. Please come along and join the discussion. If you can't make either of these events there will be more coming up.
11/9/21 Beta Park (Launceston) 8.30am to 10am
I'm looking for the name of this particular seastack which is near The Lanterns, Tasman Peninsula. Rocks are the subject of my paintings and I'd like to give it the correct title. Thought it might be Cathedral rock but not sure. Can anyone help me out? Robyn
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If you were the last person at risdon boulder, you know who you are shame on you. I'm happy however to accept an ignorance plea,
so im going to offer some education free of charge. here in tasmania we use brushes to remove our tick marks, if the tick marks are as long as you arm, like some of them were at risdon could i suggest a really big brush, alternatively do small tick marks and give me all the chalk your saving and desperate to use up. if your poor feel free to let me know id happily donate a brush to your poor arse cause, as would many more should they be made aware of your plight.
many thanks in advance for your improvement in behaviour.
Looking for accredited instructor for sport rock climbing in Hobart or Freycinet area.
Interested in learning safety, make and clean anchors, abseiling and other skills to sport climb safe.
My name is Felipe and I live in Hobart, my email is email@example.com
Dear climbers, please support the crowd fund for the awesome new guidebook showcasing 1300 climbs at our 35 best cliffs. Most crags have been re-photographed so the topos look fantastic, new graphic design, 7 new crags including Flinders island and hundreds of action shots by Simon Bischoff. Out in November with book launch events at Beta park in Launceston and Rock It Gym in Hobart. Thanks for your support.
Hi team, lost a single miura at Mersey Cliffs. Possibly under the 26 on the first buttress. If found its worn but living partner would love to be reunited
Hi folks! Fruehauf cliff will be closed between 8.30am and 12.00 midday on this Sunday (16th) during the Crag Care Tasmania working bee. This is at the request from Hobart City Council. The weather looks a bit iffy so you're not missing much! If you're keen to come along and plant things instead there might be one spot left- email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Crag Care Tasmania is hosting a working bee at Fruehauf next Sunday (16th) from 9-11.30am. Come along to help remove weeds and revegetate Hobart's most hard working and popular city crag! If you're keen please email email@example.com to register. Limited spaces left!
This event is run in partnership with The City of Hobart Bushcare Program and Wildcare Tasmania.