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Located in Cape Hauy, Tasmania, the Totem Pole is a natural rock formation known as a sea or coastal stack, towering 65 meters into the sky. Australian photographer Simon Carter captured these photos of climbers tackling the iconic landmark.

One Pinner Wrote: As a climber I can really appreciate this photo...plus this would be my dream job!!!

Action Photography: This photo is taken from an angle from above which makes it look really cool and gives us an awesome view of the background. We should try to take more pictures from this angle to (Cool Pictures Perspective)

Teetering along the Rainbow, 143 kb

Teetering along the Rainbow, 143 kb

Evening bouldering overlooked by an impressive Wimberry Rocks aka Indians Head , 169 kb

Evening bouldering overlooked by an impressive Wimberry Rocks aka Indians Head , 169 kb

Making making the hero move on Harding's Super Direct Finish, 185 kb

Making making the hero move on Harding's Super Direct Finish, 185 kb

Classic ridge line route right above the refuge, 233 kb

Classic ridge line route right above the refuge, 233 kb