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Gondola Point

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About Gondola Point:

This is a water cliff. 3-4 of the leftmost routes may have their bases underwater at high tide. The rest will be fine. There are 10-15 routes, the leftmost ones being the better quality routes and the rest mostly being very short or basically boulder problems. This place is great if you're local or just looking to check it out. Most routes are bolted so it's a fun time if you're looking to sport. This area can be thick with bugs and there are spiders everywhere, just check out the route names.
Nearest town or city: Kingston Penninsula
Directions: Most people call this mini-crag "Gondola Point" but it's not. You cross the Gondola Point ferry over to the Kingston Penninsula and turn left. The first un-paved rest-stop on your left is where you park and just look around, you'll find your way down. The base of the cliff can be accessed by a trail by a telephone pole at the end of the 'rest stop' or by rappelling down a route.
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