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Panoramic photo by Tomasz Makarewicz EXPERT Taken 05:58, 27/03/2011 - Views loading...

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Peak Charles Cave 2

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Peak Charles National Park - if you are an adventure enthusiast, don't mind millions of flies, no camping facilities, and possibly no help within 100km radius, this place is right what you're looking for. Peak Charles offers great quality multipitch climbing, plenty of space for bush walkers, magnificent view from the top and unforgettable night skies.

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A: Peak Charles - the Cave

by Tomasz Makarewicz, less than 10 meters away

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B: Peak Charles at sunset

by Tomasz Makarewicz, 340 meters away

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C: Peak Charles - Sunset

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D: Esperance Mount Ridley Side

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E: Esperance Mount Ridley Top

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F: Esperance Rock Wave Esperance Mount Ridley

by Mark de Graaf, 100.3 km away

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G: Shelley Beach Esperance

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H: Mount Burdett

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I: Lookout over Esperance

by Mark de Graaf, 120.5 km away

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J: Esperance Dry Lake

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Esperance Dry Lake

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Text by Steve Smith.

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