<header name="Anthony Link Road" id="1" walk="5 - 60 min" sun="All day in the right spots. " rock="Glacial conglomerate. " acknowledgement="By Moses Bassett " intro="The Anthony link road is the alternate route from Tullah to Queenstown via lake Plimsol, Mount Murchison, the Tyndall ranges and  avoiding Roseberry. The road is 38km long, winding through some of the most rugged and stunning scenery Tasmainia has to offer. The whole way is a veritable smorgasbord of conglomerate rock, the large walls of the Tyndall Ranges, Mount Murchison and many more, no doubt waiting to be discovered. All the way along there is hundreds of boulders of variable size and quality just waiting to be investigated.&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;The boulders are all free standing, with good landings and plenty of holds. They generally don&apos;t need too much cleaning, other than knocking the loose looking pebbles away after which they are quite solid. Getting down is either a down climb or jumping off onto the mats.  &lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;As with any part of the West Coast the weather is very unpredictable and receives a great deal of rain. Best climbed in summer.     " history="No doubt climbers have been aware of these boulders for years, potentially climbing a few, maybe as warm up&apos;s before committing to climbing in the Tyndalls. Since 2014 a few easy and easily accessible boulders have been climbed while driving through. In March 2019 the first concerted effort was made to put up a few problems on boulders in the one area, with John Weiss. " access="Access will vary depending on which area you wish to climb but there should be no major issues. The start of the road is about 1.5 - 2 hours from Burnie, 10 min from Tullah. Simply head towards Queenstown from Tullah via the &apos;Anthony Link Road&apos;.  " camping="Decent camping spots can be found at Lake Plimsol, closest facilities being in Tullah.  " autonumber="false"/>
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