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Long/Lat: 141.838356, -36.750451
- Access Issues: inherited from Arapiles
Bird Nesting September-December Raptors usually nest on the following climbs in Spring : Cassandra, Eurydice, Harlequin Cracks, Revelations. Nesting usually finishes mid-December. There may or may not be signs in place at these times. Please keep 50m clear of these climbs if there appears to be nesting activity.
- Ethic: inherited from Arapiles
Mount Arapiles is first and foremost a trad climbing area. The few sport climbs tend to be in the higher grades where no natural pro is available.
Bolting, particularly retro-bolting, is discouraged and should only be undertaken after extensive consultation with the local climbers, first ascensionists, etc. Inappropriately placed bolts have been chopped.
Do not chip the rock.
Look after the park.
Stick to the paths.
Don't disturb the wildlife.
Routes near peregrine falcon nesting sites are closed in the spring.
Minimise the impact of your camping (fuel stoves not fires, take your rubbish with you, etc).
Long/Lat: 141.839112, -36.751074
|3||Up line to jugs||V1|
Long/Lat: 141.837533, -36.750330
|5||Face between arete and cave||V0+|
|6||Into cave and chimney out L||V0+|
|8||R leading line||V3||6m|
Long/Lat: 141.837441, -36.749415
|1||Up the lip||V4|
|3||Swing Wing of the Northern Group||V3|
|4||Sit start, up arete||V4|
|V0+||Face between arete and cave||1.2. The Gumnut|
|Into cave and chimney out L||1.2. The Gumnut|
|V1||Up line to jugs||1.1. Richochet Rock|
|1)||6m||1.2. The Gumnut|
|4)||5m||1.2. The Gumnut|
|Short slab||3m||1.2. The Gumnut|
|V2||Richochet||5m||1.1. Richochet Rock|
|Traverse||1.1. Richochet Rock|
|Slab||5m||1.2. The Gumnut|
|V3||R leading line||6m||1.2. The Gumnut|
|Swing Wing of the Northern Group||1.3. Moody Blues Boulder|
|V4||3)||5m||1.2. The Gumnut|
|V4 Problem||6m||1.2. The Gumnut|
|Sit start, up arete||1.3. Moody Blues Boulder|
|Up the lip||1.3. Moody Blues Boulder|
|V6||Moody Blues||1.3. Moody Blues Boulder|
|?||2)||1.2. The Gumnut|