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  1. 11/Oct/2011

    Tony Burns says:

    I wrote to the council a couple of years ago and they said there was no issues a...

    I wrote to the council a couple of years ago and they said there was no issues about climbing as long as no damage was done.

    1. 07/Aug/2012

      Brendon Allan Flanagan says:

      I've seen quite a few climbers on "Clocks" when bouldering over at Blues Point w...

      I've seen quite a few climbers on "Clocks" when bouldering over at Blues Point which could be an indication to the lack of presence of rangers. Ive also climbed here quite a few times myself and never seen any council presence. I was there a few days ago, the anchors are in pitiful condition. The first anchor is just acceptable...just...and the second anchor is not worth betting your life on at all. You have no choice but to go in hard on both anchors and tread the rope through them both to be lowered down. The ring bolts on the route are in really good condition. Excellent seeing you at Diamond Bay the other day Tony.

  2. 04/Jan/2015

    Sam Darley says:

    Replaced a bolt on the most outward point of the rock with a ring. I'm not sure ...

    Replaced a bolt on the most outward point of the rock with a ring. I'm not sure if it's a listed route (it seems between the 23 and 26 variants).
    Been climbing it from the start of clocks, out to the first bolt of IA22 (where the tree is), then all of IA22, but from the second hanger, instead of going up to the fixed biners, going just under them and continuing to climb right to the far end, then around and up the arete. Dunno if this should be listed as a separate route, but it's probably about 25. It's very nice.