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JPEG File dg5.jpeg 201 kB Jon Nermut Mar 03, 2019 18:09
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The Sisters, off the northern corner of Deep Glen Bluff. There is a very dramatic change from dolerite to granite here (at the enormous diagonal stripe; with a kind of crumbly mudstone/limestone on the hill above). The longest sections of climbing are s  
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The northern side of Cape Surville offers a reasonably extended section of dolerite climbing above water. The rock is also dolerite on the southern side, but the coast is pockmarked with several very dramatically imposing caves.  
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From the top of Cape Surville looking north. The start at chasm creek is out of view to the right of picture.  
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Beautiful easy bay between the cave and Cape Surville.  
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The section north of Cape Surville: we emerged from within the cave in the middle left of the picture (the "arch" described in the traverse description).  
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