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The views from the top of the cliff tops are awesome.  We visited on a fine and sunny but very windy day.  Not a day to get close to the edge.  There are no guard rails on the walk at all.

 

The first view of the Cape.  The picture on the left below is just the other side of the columns in the foreground.

 

 

 

 

   

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Look for the rock climber in the one on the left.  He was waiting for his mate to scale the sheer dolorite cliff.  Despite being very windy,  'The Gulch' was fairly protected.  The Tasman Peninsula is a rock climbers paradise.  The Cape is just a few minutes off to the left in the picture on the left above.  The rear of the Cape comes into view (right).  Another track heads off to the left to provide the dramatic side on view of Cape Raoul (below).  Click for a high resolution view.

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A seal colony inhabits the base of the cliffs.  Just tiny dots even in the high resolution view.