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Broken buttresses above the track between 'Goldirocks' and Gilham's. Not much of value here so far. Given it's own area so people don't have to waste paper when printing out another area.

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Access issues inherited from Victoria Range

The Victoria Range was badly burnt in the fires of February 2013 but all areas are now open to climbing (Feb 2014). However there are access changes to the cliffs in the Eureka area.

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Start: The corner at the left-hand side of the upper cliff.

  1. 35m (15) Up to the ledge below the overhang at 6 metres. Energetically over this and up the crack above.

  2. 15m (-) Corner and chimney roof.

FA: Phillip Armstrong & Jerry Maddox, 1991

Up the buttress, finishing up "Middle Line" or scrambling off left.

Start: Smooth buttress just left of the first pitch of "Middle Line".

FA: Phillip Armstrong & Jerry Maddox, 1991

Watch out for the pile of bricks. Climb the middle of the central buttress, starting up the right-slanting corner.

FA: Craig Nottle & Neil Barr Easter., 1980

On the right wall of the three buttresses is a large flake system. Climb easily up to the roof. Traverse left under the roof and go up the crack.

FA: Neil Barr & Craig Nottle. Easter, 1980

Climb the wall on the uphill buttress easily until beneath the big split in the roof. After the initial juggy section, the orange wall below the roof is the crux. The roof is relatively easy.

FA: Craig Nottle & Neil Barr. Easter, 1980


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