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Some toprope fun at Rattlesnake Point

Average Rating = 2.25/5 Some toprope fun at Rattlesnake Point

My friend Steve negotiates a tiny crack between the routes Meridian and Maverick on the west cliff of Rattlesnake Point. It's a nasty crack, but there's a nice wide ledge to rest on just above it. Photo taken by spike_in_milton July 1/02 in 35C weather (45C with the humidex... bring lots of water ;-).
Submitted by: spike_in_milton on 2002-07-01
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Iain checking out a possible cave in the crevices

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This is my son Iain in one of the deeper parts of the crevices. The dark hole he's peering into travels about 15 ft in, then 12 ft straight up, all too narrow for crawling through, unfortunately. The bit of roof in the foreground is about eight feet off t
Submitted by: spike_in_milton on 2002-04-28
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Iain checks out one of the caves

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My son Iain peers into the depths of a tight cave off one of the crevices at Twiss Rock. The small cave went a little farther, but I think he was a little nervous ;-), and it was still bitterly cold down the bottom of these holes. Photo taken by me on ap
Submitted by: spike_in_milton on 2002-04-28
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Do I turn go left or go right?...

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Do I turn go left or go right?...

Just another shot of one of the paths through the crevices. It's not a large system to wander through by any stretch of the imagination, but it helps to have a good sense of direction ;-). Photo taken by me on apr27/02.
Submitted by: spike_in_milton on 2002-04-28
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a sample of what the north wall has to offer...

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My wife and son taking a closer look at the limestone of the Northern wall (don't ask why... I have no idea ;-). There's the ocassional nasty bit of rock jumble at the base of the wall that you'd have to keep an eye out for when landing, considering the h
Submitted by: spike_in_milton on 2002-04-28
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