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Cape Woolamai, Philip Island 15-Nov-2005 At 9:41:59 AM ant
The pinnacle traverse has AMAZING EXPOSURE, as the pinnacles are detached from one another. You have to lean out 8 feet or so onto the last pinnacle, with waves breaking in the gap below you. I'm over 6 foot tall and have long arms, but couldn't statically reach the holds.

Bring a few cams to #4 friend, some double slings and your wetsuit & surfboard (the other routes we did at Cape Woolamai were very average. Mainly because the rock has a surface layer of salty, kitty litter crud)

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