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  <header autonumber="true" camping="" access="" history="" intro="Conical Rocks is a granite crag north of Granville Harbour.&lt;br/&gt;Climbs are described from North to South&lt;br/&gt;Note: DFHB = Double Fixed Hanger Belay (as apposed to DBB)" acknowledgement="by Jed Parkes" rock="Coastal granite, up to 25m high" sun="Mixed sun and shade" walk="" name="Conical Rocks" id="1"/>
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    <point description="The Hot Cross Bun" zone="55G" northing="5381703" easting="326567" longitude="144.91575" latitude="-41.697556" pid="3"/>
    <point description="Mushroom Rock" zone="55G" northing="5381875" easting="326621" longitude="144.916444" latitude="-41.696028" pid="4"/>
    <point description="Shadowplay" zone="55G" northing="5381864" easting="326552" longitude="144.915611" latitude="-41.696111" pid="5"/>
    <point description="Two Dykes" zone="55G" northing="5382750" easting="326211" longitude="144.911778" latitude="-41.688056" pid="6"/>
    <point description="Norseman Pinnacle" zone="55G" northing="5382000" easting="326428" longitude="144.914167" latitude="-41.694861" pid="7"/>
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    <point description="Flame Rock" zone="55G" northing="5381873" easting="326561" longitude="144.915722" latitude="-41.696028" pid="10"/>
    <point description="Tuft Rock" zone="55G" northing="5381915" easting="326521" longitude="144.91525" latitude="-41.695639" pid="11"/>
    <point description="Exercise One" zone="55G" northing="5381846" easting="326578" longitude="144.915917" latitude="-41.696278" pid="12"/>
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    <point description="The Incisor" zone="55G" northing="5381945" easting="326453" longitude="144.914444" latitude="-41.695361" pid="15"/>
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  <text id="76" class="heading2">Two Dykes</text>
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      <climb>69</climb>
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  <climb name="Dotting the i&apos;s and crossing the t&apos;s" id="68" number="1." length="7m" grade="14" fa="Alex Lewis, Jed Parkes, Dec 2015" stars="**" extra="">Solo (no gear)</climb>
  <climb name="Two Dykes Are Better Than One" id="69" number="2." length="10m" grade="12" fa="Heather and Nick Hancock, Feb 2006" stars="**" extra=""/>
  <text id="95" class="heading2">Cockatoo Rock</text>
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      <climb>71</climb>
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  <climb name="Transmission" id="70" number="3." length="15m" grade="26" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Mar 2008" stars="***" extra="">Thin crack.</climb>
  <climb name="Interzone" id="71" number="4." length="15m" grade="25" fa=" Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2006" stars="***" extra="">Crazily steep crack.</climb>
  <text id="152" class="heading2">Elephant Rock</text>
  <climb id="153" stars="**" extra="" number="5." name="Something Must Break" length="15m" grade="20" fa="Nick &amp; Heather Hancock  Jan 2020">Just at the southern edge of the sandy gulch, where the vehicular track ends north of the main area, is a featured block with an elephant shaped trunk on its north face. Climb the main shallow groove on the right side of the trunk to thin flakes at the top.</climb>
  <climb id="154" stars="*" extra="" number="6." name="No Love Lost" length="15m" grade="22" fa="Nick &amp; Heather Hancock  Jan 2020">A few metres right, climb the steep left facing hand crack to a thinner left facing flake, then step right to the next flake and finish up the slab.</climb>
  <climb id="155" stars="" extra="" number="7." name="I Remember Nothing" length="15m" grade="15" fa="Nick &amp; Heather Hancock  Jan 2020">Just right again climb steep ground into a groove, take this then step right and up the slab.</climb>
  <text id="75" class="heading2">Red Blood Corpscle</text>
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      <climb>73</climb>
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  <climb name="Dead Souls" id="73" number="8." length="25m" grade="24" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="**" extra="2Þ">2x Carrots + 4 Cam&lt;br/&gt;No Belay bolts, counterbalance abseil to get off.</climb>
  <climb name="Blue Monday" id="148" number="9." length="15m" grade="22" fa="Nick &amp; Heather Hancock  Mar 2014" stars="**" extra="">On the north west side of the rock just north of Red Blood Corpuscle and above a sandy gulch, climb a R facing layback groove to a hard topout.</climb>
  <climb id="156" stars="" extra="" number="10." name="Debs Delight" length="7m" grade="15" fa="Edi Albert &amp; Jim Duff  Jan 2020">On a small pinnacle east along the ridge from the Red Blood Corpuscle, climb a south east facing groove crack.</climb>
  <text id="92" class="heading2">The Witches Hat</text>
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      <climb>97</climb>
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  <climb name="Novelty" id="97" number="11." length="10m" grade="19" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Paul Hoelen, Feb 2006" stars="***" extra="2Þ">2x Carrots to DFHB</climb>
  <text id="90" class="heading2">Scoop Rock</text>
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      <climb>100</climb>
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  <climb name="Decades" id="99" number="12." length="10m" grade="5" fa="Nick Hancock, Feb 2009" stars="" extra="">Solo up chimney and slab on back side of pinnacle (Down climb to get off)</climb>
  <climb name="Ice Age" id="100" number="13." length="10m" grade="10" fa="Nick Hancock, Paul Hoelen, Feb 2006" stars="*" extra="">Crack past loose block then slab to summit (Down climb to get off)</climb>
  <text id="93" class="heading2">Spud Rock</text>
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      <climb>102</climb>
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  <climb name="My Own Private Idaho" id="102" number="14." length="15m" grade="20" fa="Heather and Nick Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="**" extra="4Þ">4x Carrots to Gear Belay (Belay = BD #0.75 #1 and #3) Walk off right</climb>
  <text id="111" class="heading2">Under the Palm Tree</text>
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      <climb>107</climb>
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  <climb name="Under the Palm Tree" id="107" number="15." length="7m" grade="23" fa="Ken Palmer, Mar 2008" stars="**" extra="">Solo (easier than it looks)</climb>
  <text id="94" class="heading2">Norseman Pinnacle</text>
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      <climb>105</climb>
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  <climb name="Eternal" id="104" number="16." length="25m" grade="24" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2009" stars="**" extra=""/>
  <climb name="Insight" id="105" number="17." length="25m" grade="21" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2009" stars="***" extra="">Bold start.</climb>
  <text id="77" class="heading2">Penguin Rock</text>
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      <climb>108</climb>
      <climb>109</climb>
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  <climb name="Colony" id="108" number="18." length="15m" grade="20" fa="Nick Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="*" extra=""/>
  <climb name="Isolation" id="109" number="19." length="20m" grade="25" fa="Nick Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="***" extra="2Þ">2x Carrots + natural gear inc. long sling to DFHB.&lt;br/&gt;Belay bolts are on back of pinnacle, it is not possible to pull ropes over route.</climb>
  <text id="91" class="heading2">The Incisor</text>
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  <climb name="Atmosphere" id="114" number="20." length="25m" grade="19" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2006" stars="***" extra="2Þ">Access via scrambling through a hole on the left of the buttress, up right to main ledge then left behind block to a belay ledge.&lt;br/&gt;Climb the crack on the left of the pinnicle (Natural gear) to gain the slab (2x Carrots) to DFHB&lt;br/&gt;Note: originally climbed the chimney from the ground to gain the ledge to make a 50m route. Even easier to get to the main pitch by going immediately through another hole directly in line with the abseil.</climb>
  <text id="89" class="heading2">Cyclops Rock</text>
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      <climb>117</climb>
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  <climb name="Candidate" id="117" number="21." length="10m" grade="25" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2006" stars="*" extra="3Þ">Hard face past glued carrots. No Belay bolts, counterbalance abseil to get off.</climb>
  <climb name="Cermony" id="116" number="22." length="10m" grade="23" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2006" stars="*" extra="">Thin crack on right side of seaward face.</climb>
  <text id="88" class="heading2">Whale Rock</text>
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      <climb>119</climb>
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  <climb name="Walked in Line" id="119" number="23." length="10m" grade="15" fa="Nick Hancock, Paul Hoelen, Feb 2006" stars="*" extra=""/>
  <climb name="So this is Permanence" id="150" number="24." length="15m" grade="23" fa="Nick &amp;Heather Hancock, Ben Griggs  Jan 2019" stars="**" extra="">Scratch desperately up the West arête of the Whale via 5 glued carrots to a glued carrot on top. Scramble off the North East side.</climb>
  <text id="87" class="heading2">Tuft Rock</text>
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      <climb>121</climb>
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  <climb name="Edition" id="122" number="25." length="10m" grade="9" fa="Jed Parkes, Alex Lewis, Dec 2015" stars="*" extra="">Solo up slab, down climb Tuft as Old Boots to descend.</climb>
  <climb name="Tuft as Old Boots" id="121" number="26." length="10m" grade="9" fa="Heather and Nick Hancock, Jo Ainley, Feb 2009" stars="*" extra=""/>
  <text id="86" class="heading2">Flame Rock</text>
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      <climb>126</climb>
      <climb>125</climb>
      <climb>124</climb>
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  <climb name="Unkown Pleasures" id="126" number="27." length="20m" grade="23" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="***" extra="2Þ">2x Carrots + natural gear to DFHB</climb>
  <climb name="Closer" id="125" number="28." length="20m" grade="24" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="***" extra="5Þ">5x Carrots to DFHB. Great sustained climbing on the pocketed slab.</climb>
  <climb name="Still" id="124" number="29." length="20m" grade="22" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="**" extra="2Þ">2x Carrots + #2BDc4 to DFHB</climb>
  <climb id="157" stars="" extra="" number="30." name="" length="7m" grade="12" fa="Gerry Narkowicz &amp; Jim Duff  Jan 2020 ">Down left and at a lower level from Flame Rock is a hand crack up a rib.</climb>
  <text id="85" class="heading2">Shadowplay</text>
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      <climb>128</climb>
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  <climb name="Shadowplay" id="128" number="31." length="15m" grade="23" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2009" stars="**" extra="">Start to the right of the foot of the wide flake crack with a bouldery unprotected move, a bit easier than it looks, but a bad landing. Cams to #5.</climb>
  <text id="82" class="heading2">Mushroom Rock</text>
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      <climb>130</climb>
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  <climb name="The Only Mistake" id="130" number="32." length="10m" grade="10" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="*" extra="1Þ">1x Carrot to DFHB. A #3 cam in the break on the ledge, makes the start safer.</climb>
  <text id="167" class="heading2">Craypot Rock</text>
  <text id="168" class="text">Just across the grassy gulch and slightly down from Mushroom Rock is the slabby pinnacle of Craypot Rock</text>
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      <climb>166</climb>
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  <climb id="166" stars="*" extra="" number="33." name="Jims SlabReed" length="10m" grade="17" fa="Jim Duff, Deb &amp; Edi Albert  Jan 2020">Just>Climb across the grassy gulch and slightly down from Mushroom Rock, climb the seaward face of athe slabby pinnacle past 2 bolts to a fhb.<FHB</climb>
  <text id="83" class="heading2">Exercise One</text>
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      <climb>132</climb>
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  <climb name="Exercise One" id="132" number="34." length="15m" grade="7" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="*" extra=""/>
  <text id="84" class="heading2">The Frog</text>
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      <climb>134</climb>
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  <climb name="Wilderness" id="134" number="35." length="25m" grade="1" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="***" extra=""/>
  <text id="81" class="heading2">The Hot Cross Bun</text>
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      <climb>137</climb>
      <climb>136</climb>
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  <climb name="Ladyfingers" id="137" number="36." length="15m" grade="19" fa="Heather and Nick Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="***" extra="">Beautiful thin crack with good wires. Rap from good large wire.</climb>
  <climb name="Disorder" id="136" number="37." length="15m" grade="23" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="**" extra="">Climb crack then flake out right to DFHB. Large cams advised.</climb>
  <climb name="Sticky Bun" id="140" number="38." length="10m" grade="16" fa="Heather and Nick Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="*" extra="">Not part on the Hot Cross Bun Bolder, 1st boulder south. Climb the Y shaped crack via the left finish.</climb>
  <climb name="Digital" id="139" number="39." length="10m" grade="20" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="*" extra="">Not part on the Hot Cross bun Bolder, 2nd boulder south</climb>
  <text id="80" class="heading2">Volcano Rock</text>
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      <climb>143</climb>
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  <climb name="New Dawn Fades" id="143" number="40." length="20m" grade="24" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2006" stars="***" extra="6Þ">Six glued Carrots to DFHB. Weird moves past the first two bolts then a lovely easier face.</climb>
  <climb name="Volcano Rock" id="142" number="41." length="15m" grade="16" fa="Nick Hancock, Feb 2006" stars="" extra="">Climb the chimney behind the main face to a tricky step across. Originally done with a BR, now missing.</climb>
  <climb name="Atrocity Exhibition" id="149" number="42." length="20m" grade="23" fa="Nick Hancock &amp; Ben Griggs  Jan 2019" stars="**" extra="">Around to the R of New Dawn Fades, on a separate pinnacle, are a pair of converging wide cracks facing south. Climb the wide R crack to a very steep bulge. Punch up R to gruesome horizontal jams. Traverse R for 4m, then up. Drop the rope down the other side for a belay. Counterbalance abseil off easily. Cams to #5.</climb>
  <text id="158" class="heading2">Southern Campground Rocks</text>
  <climb id="160" stars="*" extra="" number="43." name="Zig Zag Wanderer" length="12m" grade="18" fa="Ben Griggs, Heather &amp; Nick Hancock  Jan 2019">About 200m north of the campground and just right of the track is a large boulder with a very thin seam on its beautiful south face. On the opposite north side climb cracks up right then back left to a harder finish above a grass tuft.</climb>
  <climb id="161" stars="*" extra="" number="44." name="Permanent Waves" length="10m" grade="21" fa="Edi Albert &amp; Nick Hancock  Jan 2020">Only 50m north of the camp is a series of rocks running in a line north east. On the north side of the most easterly is a wide white streak emanating from under a wide flake. Make a hard move to the flake, place a big cam at least #5, and strenuously traverse left with no feet to the left side of the flake. Place a large wire in the flake and continue easily to the summit and a fhb.</climb>
  <climb id="162" stars="*" extra="" number="45." name="From Safety to Where" length="10m" grade="22" fa="Nick &amp; Heather Hancock  Jan 2020">Ten metres right and on the same block climb the right side of a thin flake to a thin traverse left along the top of the flake. Mantleshelf, then finish up the thin slab. 3b to fhb.</climb>
  <climb id="163" stars="*" extra="" number="46." name="A Means to an End" length="10m" grade="22" fa="Nick Hancock &amp; Edi Albert  Jan 2020">On the north face of the next rock towards the ocean is a groove crack leading to a trick move left past a bolt to a balancy move up onto a flake on the impressive arete. Fhb.</climb>
  <climb id="164" stars="" extra="" number="47." name="A Show of Hands" length="8m" grade="16" fa="Edi Albert &amp; Jim Duff  Jan 2020">On the south face of the rock nearest camp, climb a left leaning seam crack.</climb>
  <text id="79" class="heading2">The Froglet</text>
  <climb name="Control" id="145" number="48." length="7m" grade="8" fa="Nick Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="*" extra="">Somewhere near Tooth rock is a froglet shaped boulder (If you find it please mark it with you GPS, last seen 2007)</climb>
  <text id="78" class="heading2">Tooth Rock</text>
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      <climb>146</climb>
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  <climb name="Heart and Soul" id="146" number="49." length="15m" grade="15" fa="Nick and Heather Hancock, Feb 2007" stars="**" extra="">Skyhook and poor cams to DBB.</climb>
</guide>