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  <header name="Hinsby Beach" id="1" walk="5 min" sun="Morning sun" rock="Siltstone/Mudstone sea cliff" acknowledgement="By Paul Pritchard" intro="The Hinsby sea cliffs offer the easiest climbing in the Hobart area. It is also very well protected with numerous glue-ins and in a scenic setting. There is some loose rock and a helmet is recommended to be worn at all times." history="" access="From the right end of Hinsby Beach (looking out) walk south along the base of the beginning of the Alum Cliffs. In 100m you will arrive at the first buttress - Dawn Small. The routes are described Right to Left in order as approached. " camping="" autonumber="true"/>
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    <point pid="2" description="Hinsby Beach crag" latitude="-42.95523" longitude="147.34436" easting="528088" northing="5244099" zone="55G"/>
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  <text id="4" class="heading2">The Dawn Small</text>
  <text class="text" id="2">The first buttress you arrive at is on the pebble beach behind a tree.</text>
  <climb id="10" stars="" extra="" number="1." name="The Hatcher Slot" length="7m" grade="8" fa="Bill Hatcher and Paul Pritchard 13/2/20">The chimney passing 4 bolts to double bolt lower off.</climb>
  <climb id="12" stars="" extra="" number="2." name="ROCK!!!" length="7m" grade="10" fa="Eli Pritchard, Rowen Middendorf, Charlie Burton 25/8/19">The arete left of the chimney. 4BR to BB.</climb>
  <text id="20" class="heading2">Central Wall</text>
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      <climb>21</climb>
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  <climb id="13" stars="" extra="" number="3." name="Skittish" length="10m" grade="16" fa="Conrad Wansborough 2019">Buttress right of Black Mamba. 3BRs to BB.</climb>
  <climb id="14" stars="" extra="" number="4." name="Black Mamba" length="9m" grade="10" fa="C. Wansborough, D. Meerding, P. Pritchard,P. Allen 2019">The corner past 3BRs to BB.</climb>
  <climb id="21" stars="" extra="" number="5." name="1AU" length="9m" grade="12" fa="P. Pritchard, E. Pritchard 25/8/18">Buttress left of The Mamba past the eyes. 4BRs to BB.</climb>
  <climb id="22" stars="" extra="" number="6." name="Mr Bodacious" length="18m" grade="16" fa="D. Barnes, C. Wansborough 2020.">20m left of 1AU is a line of 8 bolts. Follow these passing a tree en-route to a double bolt lower-off.</climb>
  <climb id="24" stars="" extra="" number="7." name="Soaking In The Blue" length="15m" grade="18" fa=" Douglas Harvey and Dave Barnes, April 2019">On the elevated slab 100mL of MB. Right hand line of 5 BR’s to DRB belay.</climb>
  <climb id="23" stars="" extra="" number="8." name=" Captain Feather Sword" length="15m" grade="14" fa="Dave Barnes, June 2019">On the elevated slab 100mL of MB. Follow the middle of slab past six or soBR's finish R to BB.</climb>
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