Posts by Mark Weatherill

Cosy Corner bouldering mini-guide

Posted on February 05, 2013 by to News | 1 Comment

Eric Friis has submitted the first new mini-guide for 2013. Cosy Corner is near Augusta and features overs 30 problems. Thanks Eric!

Candyland and Threeways miniguides

Posted on May 16, 2012 by to News | No Comments

Miniguides for two new areas were recently published; Andy has written a new miniguide for “Candyland“, a bouldering area near Mundaring Weir.  Kim has written a new miniguide for “Threeways“, a mixed climbing area on the way to York. Thanks for the submissions!

Contos Bouldering Mini-guide

Posted on April 05, 2012 by to News | No Comments

Eric Friis has written a new mini-guide for Contos near Margaret River. It has been posted to the Miniguides and Contos pages. Thanks Eric – I’m sure this will be much appreciated by the bouldering community!

Cape Le Grande Mini-Guide

Posted on January 09, 2012 by to News | 5 Comments

Ross Weiter has written a new mini-guide for Cape Le Grande near Esperance. It has been posted to the Miniguides and Cape Le Grande pages. Thanks go to Ross for his continued dedication to producing quality mini-guides.

Banff Mount Film Festival

Posted on February 18, 2010 by to Events | No Comments

Hot on the heels of the largest, and one of the most prestigious, mountain festivals in the world, the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour has hit the road, with stops planned in more than 285 communities and 30 countries across the globe. This year’s tour features a collection of the most inspiring and thought-provoking […]

Albany Trip Report

Posted on January 21, 2010 by to Trip Reports | 1 Comment

By Louise Fisher This New Year, as on many others, a group of CAWA climbers headed down to Albany to sample the multitude of sea-cliff climbing delights and other delectable treats available in the area. The group took time to gather so it was only a small band of most eager climbers who headed for […]

New Website

Posted on November 01, 2009 by to News | 3 Comments

As you can see, we have now completed the redesign of the CAWA website.  You may notice the following changes: News items, which many users were unaware of, are now part of the CAWA blog.  We will be using this to improve our communication with the WA climbing community. Updating the site is much simpler, […]