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Access issues inherited from Grampians

The northern part of the Park, including Mt Stapylton is currently closed to all access following the January 2014 fires. Check the Access Issues for each area.

Here's an update from Parks Victoria:

Grampians National Park Update – 14 February 2014 (Rock climbing and Bouldering)

The Northern Grampians Fire severely burnt the natural environment and much of the park infrastructure in and around Hollow Mountain, Summer Day Valley and Mt Stapylton – this includes many popular rock climbing and bouldering sites; as a result there are many park closures in place. The dry, rocky landscape is now extremely fragile and will take a long time to recover – the fire burnt extremely hot so in many cases regeneration will now occur (very slowly) from seed. Loss of vegetation, loose rocks, unstable soils and loss of access tracks means any foot traffic will have long term impacts on the recovery of the environment. Impacts now will also affect the sustainability of rock climbing sites well into the future.

Please respect the fragility of the environment and support the long term recovery of the Northern Grampians by remaining out of any closed areas. While Parks Victoria regrets the need to enforce closures, substantial fines will be imposed on those found in any closed, fire affected area.

Parks Victoria recognises the importance and popularity of the Northern Grampians to the rock climbing and bouldering communities and will be working closely with industry and community representatives throughout a staged reopening process. Environmental considerations will largely determine when sites are available to be reopened, and replacement of damaged infrastructure will occur as suitable funding is available.

As part of the recovery process, Parks Victoria will be identifying alternative options for climbing and bouldering, and will closely monitor impacts on these sites as their use and popularity increases. There will also be significant work done on the future experience of visitors in the Northern Grampians.

Parks Victoria is continuing to improve its understanding of the needs of climbers and boulderers and is intent on providing an experience that is well respected, regarded, promoted and understood throughout the Australian and International Climbing and bouldering communities.

Parks Victoria will be relying heavily on the climbing industry to work together to spread the messages about the fragility of the landscape and the long term sustainability of rock climbing in the Grampians. There may be opportunities for licenced tour operators, school and community based groups to become involved in the recovery process.

Due to closures in the Northern Grampians, the availability of rock climbing, camping, car touring and bushwalking experiences is limited. Sourcing information on available campgrounds and other accommodation options is recommended. Please visit www.parkweb.vic.gov.au for park maps and regular Grampians fire recovery updates.

For detailed information on available rockclimbing and bouldering sites in and near to the Grampians please refer to recognised guidebooks/websites. A general list of open and available areas includes the following:

Rockclimbing sites open in the Grampians:

  • Wonderland Range
  • Serra Range (Including Mt Rosea and Bundaleer)
  • Mt William Range
  • Victoria Point area
  • Victoria Range (Including the Red Rock, Muline and the Gallery area. Please respect cultural heritage and recovering fire affected areas)

Limited Bouldering Sites available in and near the Grampians:

  • Victoria Range (Including the Gallery area. Please respect cultural heritage and recovering fire affected areas)
  • Serra Range (Including Mt Rosea and Bundaleer)
  • Mt Arapiles
  • Mt Talbot
  • The Black Range

Please remember your climbing etiquette:

  • Only climb and boulder in open accessible areas
  • Stick to tracks
  • Respect fragile environmental areas and cultural heritage
  • Keep an eye out for Aboriginal Art sites – Report to Parks Victoria if you come across anything new.
  • Be mindful of cleaning
  • No chipping or bolting
  • Avoid excessive chalk
  • Take your rubbish home with you

Parks Victoria - Grampians National Park

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8 Black Cat Trad 33m
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19 Flatliner Trad 17m
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14 In Search Of Water Trad 13m
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19 Cosmic Cowboy Trad 15m

FA: Mark Wood,David Coulson

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10 Lick My Box Trad 12m
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17 * Escobar's Treasure Trad 15m
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10 Aspro Junky Trad 10m
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19 Wild Heather Trad 15m
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19 Girls Coupe Trad 10m
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21 Bikini Line Trad 10m
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21 * Boy's Toupee Trad 20m
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20 Short And Curly Trad 20m
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8 Steinmester'n Trad 20m
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20 * Brylcream Supreme Trad 13m
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18 Wigg Mistress Trad 13m
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14 Lower Hawkesbury Trad 10m
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10 Sink Or Swim Trad 12m
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8 Toenail Eater Trad 40m
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22 * Good As Gold Trad 12m
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20 ** Bold As Brass Trad 12m
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14 Mortality Trad 20m
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12 Alex Can't Climb Trad 14m
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20 The Atomic Clock Trad 25m
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19 3|4 Time Trad 20m
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11 Praxmarerkarspitze Trad 20m
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6 Churned Trad 22m
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17 Hot Dog Trad 10m
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5 Alien Head Trad 22m
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13 Open Cut Trad 34m
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10 Soap Trad 22m
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25 ** Dial-A-Dyno Trad 20m
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23 * Snatch It Trad 25m
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FA: Mark Wood, Simon Dale, 1997

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14 Dog-watch Trad 15m
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15 Sudden Impact Trad 20m
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14 Brush Off Trad 33m
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12 Green Eggs And Ham Trad 35m
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23 The Obeest Trad 23m
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15 Salamanca Trad 30m
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14 Overhead Cam Trad 30m
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17 Hair of the Dog Trad 10m
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4 Charlestone Trad

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