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  <header name="Adventure Bay/ Hewnstone PointBruny Island" id="1" walk="5 mins" sun="" rock="Sandstone and Dolerite" acknowledgement="Hewnstone Point by Joe Schwarz. Coal Pt by Mani Baker via The Crag." intro="Some Bruny Island has a wide variety of rock around it&apos;s coastline, which is mostly unexplored for bouldering. There are a couple of documented spots where people have dabbled." history="" access="" camping="" autonumber="true"/>
  <text id="28" class="heading2">Adventure Bay</text>
  <text id="29" class="heading3">Hewnstone Point</text>
  <text id="30" class="text">Some nice problems on surprisingly good, white sandstone in an amazing setting. It is worth a visit if you are in the area. Although most problems are above the high tide mark they can get damp at high tide, especially the landings, the access is also a lot easier at low tide so this is the best time to visit. If you are looking for first ascents the rock here requires very little cleaning and there are still half a dozen or so lines to climb." history</text>
  <text id="31" accessclass="Thesetext">These climbs are located at sea level on the point next to quiet corner. The easiest access at low tide is to traverse around the coast from quiet corner. If this isn&apos;'t possible follow the tracks over the headland till you find a place to scramble down. Either park at quiet corner or, if you are accessing it from above just after the &quot;"Welcome to Adventure Bay&quot;" sign." camping="" autonumber="true"/>
  <text id="28" class="text"></</text>
  <text class="text" id="2">The climbs are described as you encounter them coming around the shore. Ringa Ringa Ringa Rosy is the obviouse block you can see from the beach.&lt;br/&gt;</text>
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      <climb>6</climb>
      <climb>7</climb>
      <climb>8</climb>
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  <problem id="6" stars="" extra="" number="1." name="Ringa Ringa Ringa Rosy" length="" grade="V1" fa="">Do a clockwise lap of the boulder. Pumpy.</problem>
  <problem id="7" stars="" extra="" number="2." name="Echidna" length="" grade="V2" fa="">Start on jug. traverse lip then mantle.</problem>
  <problem id="8" stars="" extra="" number="3." name="Afterthought" length="" grade="VE" fa="">Traverse on jugs. Good warm up.</problem>
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    <legend>
      <climb>16</climb>
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  <problem id="16" stars="*" extra="(SDS)" number="4." name="Robbo the Lobbo" length="" grade="V3" fa="">Start in the hole on hornlike crimp. Up on pockets.</problem>
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    <legend>
      <climb>26</climb>
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  <problem id="26" stars="" extra="" number="5." name="Project" length="" grade="V?" fa="">Hard</problem>
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      <climb>17</climb>
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  <problem id="17" stars="*" extra="" number="6." name="Bottlenose" length="" grade="V4" fa="">Start on hold on lip. Shoulder killing traverse to mantle on nose.</problem>
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      <climb>19</climb>
      <climb>20</climb>
    </legend>
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  <problem id="19" stars="" extra="" number="7." name="Tumbleturn" length="" grade="VE" fa="">Walk up easy slab.</problem>
  <problem id="20" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="8." name="Polyphemus" length="" grade="V3" fa="">Start on crimp. Awesome moves up to lip and onto slab.</problem>
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    <legend>
      <climb>23</climb>
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  <problem id="23" stars="*" extra="(SDS)" number="9." name="Welcome to the Machine" length="" grade="V4" fa="">Start on low crimp and good pocket. Up on sidepulls then jump for top. You get the detached block as a foot, the eliminate is a project.</problem>
  <text id="33" class="heading3">Coal Point</text>
  <text id="34" class="text">Coal Point is a couple of headlands north of Hewnstone Point.</text>
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    <legend>
      <climb>38</climb>
    </legend>
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  <problem id="38" stars="*" extra="(SDS)" number="10." name="Hyaku No Saisho No" length="" grade="V0" fa=""/>
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      <climb>39</climb>
      <climb>40</climb>
      <climb>41</climb>
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  <problem id="39" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="11." name="Choose Your Own Adventure" length="" grade="VB" fa=""/>
  <problem id="41" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="12." name="Pocket Rock" length="" grade="VB" fa=""/>
  <problem id="40" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="13." name="Moon Ladder" length="" grade="VB" fa=""/>
  <text id="42" class="heading2">Mars Arch</text>
  <text id="43" class="text">Mars Arch is a crazy little dolerite arch on a beautiful beach right by the sea, that's in the process of falling down. It's a bit of a mission to get there, and there aren't that many problems, but it's an experience.&lt;br/&gt;To get there, take the track to Cape Queen Elizabeth that starts before the landing ground north of the Neck. The longest part of the walk to the coast can be mountain biked - it's about 2.5km. Once you hit the coast, follow the rocks and beach around north for another five minutes until you find the arch - it's pretty obvious when you get there.</text>
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      <climb>46</climb>
      <climb>47</climb>
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  <problem id="46" stars="**" extra="(SDS)" number="14." name="Mars Arch Seaward Side" length="" grade="V2?" fa="">The left side of the seaward side of the arch. Can't remember the exact grade, but it doesn't really matter.</problem>
  <problem id="47" stars="" extra="(SDS)" number="15." name="The Mainland" length="" grade="V2?" fa="">There is at least one traverse along the base of the cliff behind he arch.</problem>
</guide>