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This shady large face has some very unique and sustained routes up remarkable grey rock in a similar, but easier style to nearby 'Eureka Wall'. Many of the routes feel like extended gritstone classics (but with better protection!).
Bring a spare rope for descent off the longer routes. A full trad rack should be carried, including some larger cams. Don't forget the botl plates!
The cliff comes into the shade quite early in the morning, and stays that way for the rest of the day. Perfect in summer, miserable and wet in winter.
Access issues © inherited from Eureka Area
Area closed to all access due to fire damage. The crags accessed from the Emu's Foot Track were all severely damaged in the February 2013 fires and all access is closed until further notice. Re-opening is not likely before mid-2014. Please respect this closure as the burnt soil is very fragile and will erode easily. Check the cliffcare site http://cliffcare.org.au for updates.
The Emus Foot Track—unmarked and not sign-posted—runs south-east at the foot of the range and finishes at barriers at the Camp Of the Emu's Foot. The road turns off Red Rock Road and is the same road that 'Eureka' Walls is accessed from (see Tempest/Mentz guide). At the end of the road at the old carpark head uphill to caged Aboriginal art site. Walk right along base of cliff for a few 100m until it is possible to head upwards. Follow vauge track up and rightish to arrive at east facing large orange/grey wall. Walking time 20-30 minutes.
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