Join a certified guide from Mountain Bike and Rock Climbing Tasmania, as they take you on this day of rock climbing on the Freycinet Sea Cliffs in Tasmania, near Launceston, entailing rock climbing and abseiling on sensational granite cliffs that drop right in to the ocean, making for a truly thrilling activity.
Rock climb and abseil on the Freycinet Sea Cliffs in Tasmania!
Admire the stunning viws out over the Tasman Sea below
Improve your rock climbing and abseiling on a variety of granite faces
I promise if you join me on this rock climbing adventure on the Freycinet Sea Cliffs in Tasmania, near Launceston, you will experience one of the most epic and awesome rock climbing trips imaginable, as we abseil, climb, traipse and travail around massive granite cliff faces and rock formations, with the waves of the Tasman Sea lapping at the bases providing a dramatic backdrop to our activities.
The Freycinet Sea Cliffs are located on the East Coast of Tasmania in the Freycinet National Park, approximately 100km from the city of Launceston, and is also Tasmania’s joint-oldest national park. The area is richly biodiverse, and its relative seclusion makes it an appealing spot for outdoor activity enthusiasts.
Our journey begins in Launceston, from where we then travel to Freycinet via car.
Once there we jump straight in to our activities, as we ease ourselves in with some abseiling and rock climbing on the 25m high Lassies Wall.
After a short break for lunch we then indulge in a spot of abseiling down the exciting Harelquin abseil, with views back to the starting point and an adrenaline-pumping free hanging section in the middle.
Afterwards we then tackle the show-stopping focal point of the cliffs, the towering and majestic 60m high White Water Wall, a mighty granite face that we will abseil and climb to our hearts content.
It is hard to overstate how spectacular and beautiful the views from the cliffs are, as the lush blue water of the ocean stretches out to the horizon, with the thrill of looking straight down to the water below never dissipating.
We then finish our trip for the day by heading back to Launceston, hopefully having made you fall even more in love with Tasmania and having whetted your appetite for more rock climbing.
Rock climbing on the Freycinet Sea Cliffs is absolutely breath-taking and jaw-dropping – book now to experience!
Can also meet in Freycinet.
Meet in Launceston, drive to Freycinet, climb and abseil all day, return to Launceston, finish
Mountain Bike Tasmania was founded in 2006 with just one tour on offer: the ever popular Ben Lomond descent. From there, the agency offering expanded to also include rock climbing.
Its owner, Ian Ferrier, is qualified with the Tas Climbing Instructors Association and has been climbing in Tasmania and elsewhere since 1987, including New Zealand, Canada and Alaska. He has competed in many MTB races around Tasmania as well as several multi-leg adventure races as a solo competitor.
All the guides in the Mountain Bike and Rock Climbing Tasmania team have a solid background in climbing, mountain biking, overland track bushwalking and other school outdoor education programs.
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Group of 1
|USD 210 each|
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• Guiding fee
• Transportation from your hotel/airport (if in area) to the start of the trip and back
• Price is for a minimum of 2 participants.
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