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Table of contents

1. Avon Valley National Park 15 routes in Crag

Trad, Sport and Unknown

Long/Lat: 116.224122, -31.602735

1.1. Bald Hill Boulders 6 routes in Area

Trad and Sport

Long/Lat: 116.221377, -31.605747


Home of the Sundance Crack, which is perhaps the only reason to visit the area, there are a few bolted slab routes and some awesome, and not so awesome cracks.


Park at the Bald Hill Campground and follow foot path 50 m north to a clearing on top of a slab. Follow faint track left for 200m through bush until some small slabs are reached. Walk directly downhill to dead tree and the boulders.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Corner Shop 14Trad 8m
2 Blue View

Find the side pull and crank! Take medium cams to build belay at top.

19Sport 9m, 3
3 Fresh Meat 16Trad 8m
4 Body-jammer 16Trad 10m
5 *** Sundance Crack

A classic Peth jamming crack. A tough start leads to pleasant jamming. Take small to medium cams and nuts.

21Trad 12m
6 Rude Mood 22Sport 12m

1.2. Emu Creek Wall 9 routes in Area

Mostly Trad

Long/Lat: 116.226803, -31.600148


Take the eastward track from near the covered area. This trail will take you past great views of Emu Falls with some tempting rock across the creek. No climbing allowed there however. Continue on the trail which will take you down to Emu Creek, then follow the creek for 5minutes until you see the wall 200m uphill on your left.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Wayne's World 13Unknown 12m
2 Standard Layback Lesson One 11Trad 6m
3 * Freestone Valley 16Mixed 14m, 1
4 ** Redline 21Mixed 14m, 2
5 * Black Flag 20Mixed 14m, 2
6 Bone Machine 18Mixed 14m, 3
7 ** Eliminator 18Trad 15m
8 Tom's Line 12Trad 15m
9 * Happy Daze 14Mixed 12m, 1

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
11 Standard Layback Lesson One Trad 6m 1.2. Emu Creek Wall
12 Tom's Line Trad 15m 1.2. Emu Creek Wall
13 Wayne's World Unknown 12m 1.2. Emu Creek Wall
14 Corner Shop Trad 8m 1.1. Bald Hill Boulders
* Happy Daze Mixed 12m, 1 1.2. Emu Creek Wall
16 Body-jammer Trad 10m 1.1. Bald Hill Boulders
Fresh Meat Trad 8m 1.1. Bald Hill Boulders
* Freestone Valley Mixed 14m, 1 1.2. Emu Creek Wall
18 Bone Machine Mixed 14m, 3 1.2. Emu Creek Wall
** Eliminator Trad 15m 1.2. Emu Creek Wall
19 Blue View Sport 9m, 3 1.1. Bald Hill Boulders
20 * Black Flag Mixed 14m, 2 1.2. Emu Creek Wall
21 *** Sundance Crack Trad 12m 1.1. Bald Hill Boulders
** Redline Mixed 14m, 2 1.2. Emu Creek Wall
22 Rude Mood Sport 12m 1.1. Bald Hill Boulders