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Summary

A remote area which has been the centre of some renewed interest. The spectacular Flame Wall has some excellent steep sport routes on gorgeous orange rock.

A worthwhile excursion when returning from Flame Wall is to follow down the creek bed and into the gorge proper and then back up to Good Friday Wall. If the creek is flowing strongly the slippery ramp below Rock Lobster can be avoided by a keyhole on the right leading into an amazing bouldering cave.

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.

Approach

700m North of Grahams Creek crossing on Harrop track a cairn marks the walking track. Good Friday Walls is the orange north facing crags visible above the tree tops from the road. Diseased Wall is the south facing large grey wall to the left (north) of Good Friday Gully. Flame wall is the bright orange block on the right (south) of Diseased Wall beyond Good Friday Walls.

Follow the marked track for about 5 minutes to an old vehicle track and cairn. Turn right, walk about 20m then left again to continue across the hill to cross creek. The track continues up then across rocky slope, following cairns to Good Friday Walls. Walk west along base of this wall and up over the hill until you see Flame Wall in the distance. Follow cairned rock shelf south and down into the creek and up the other side to eventually arrive at Flame Wall.

Walking times (deduct 15min if you’re Neil) Harrob tk to Good Friday Walls 25-30 min Harrop tk to Graham's Creek Gorge 35 min. Harrop tk to Flame Wall 50-60 min Harrop tk to Diseased Wall 60 min

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