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  <header access="" acknowledgement="by Michael Fox, originally published in Craglets 6." history="" intro="Brady’s Lookout is 15 minutes north of Launceston. It can be found by following the West Tamar highway north, past Legana (watch for speed cameras), until you get to the lookout (on your right) which is signed posted. Good for summer climbing as it is south facing. Access to the climbs can be made by abseiling off the bolts near the dead wattle tree behind the Mathew Brady sign at the top, or by walking down the highway side. The climbing is good, but there’s not much 2-footed traffic (that may change) so it tends to be a bit dirty in places. Once at the bottom of the cliff you’ll see a very obvious diagonal line (which trends slightly up and right if you’re still confused). Descriptions start from the left hand end of this line." name="Bradys Lookout" rock="Short steep dolerite" sun="Afternoon sun" walk="2 mins" id="1"/><image>
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  <climb extra="" grade="" length="" name="Open Project" number="" stars="" id="3" fa="">The steep bolted arete is aan open project of Al Williams.</climb><climbclimb>
  <climb extra="" grade="22" length="18m" name="Criminal Inclinations" id="4" fa="Colyvan, Smith, 1981.">A grouse girdle starting on the left and heading right.  Good gear and great fun. </climb><climbclimb>
  <climb extra="" grade="24" length="15m" name="The Brady" id="5" fa="Ng, 1991." stars="**">Again a great climb.  Start as for Criminal Inclinations, but go up the face (after about 4m) past 3 bolts.  One of the best in the area. </climb><climbclimb>
  <climb extra="" grade="21" length="10m" name="L’Immoraliste" id="6" fa="Fantini, 1980.">The first vertical crack line right of CI.  Climb it to the wattle tree.  It may look dirty, but its a great lead and will improve with a few ascents. </climb><climbclimb>
  <climb extra="" grade="19" length="10m" name="La Chute" id="7" fa="Fantini, 1980.">The flake 2m right of L’Immoraliste.  Start at the yellow target painted on the rock. Climb the face to the flake, which is followed to the top.  Looks like a bit of a clean could restore it to its former glory. </climb><climbclimb>
  <climb extra="" grade="22" length="12m" name="The Black Face" id="8" fa="Ng, 1991.">On the black face 2m right of La Chute is a thin groove/seam..  Originally a top rope problem, Danny led it  on a single 3 RP and it is still probably better as a top rope problem. </climb><climbclimb>
  <climb extra="" grade="18" length="15m" name="Lichen Acute" number="" stars="" id="9" fa="McMahon, Selby, 1997.">Right of The Black Face are two crack lines that are steep to begin with.  This is the left one.  Don’t let lichen deter you. </climb><climbclimb>
  <climb extra="" grade="17" length=" 15m" name="#Lichen City" number="" stars="" id="10">The right line in need of a major work to reclaim it from the vegetation.</climb><climb>
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