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Classic Climbs of Australia 15-Jan-2013 At 3:57:48 PM sliamese
I think its the perfect place for a powerdrill! That rocks so hard handdrilling seems pretty tedious. Agree it could be a slippery slope, but a strict ground up ethic is the go. Tassie holds many 'last great lines', on many awesome crags. Many recent routes have succumbed to abseil inspection. Perhaps theres a Beat Kammerlander hiding in the wings? Maybe a Silbergeir is just sitting there waiting? Hardly a clip up

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