Victoria's most popular bouldering destination. Lots of free standing Font style formations with nice soft landings. Take care of the ground vegetation as it has taken a battering since boulderers discovered this area. More info will be added later by Alister Robertson (or so we thought back in 2005...).© (Hatsu)
This area is now reopen after the fires in early 2014.
You can see the latest parks update on track / area closures at: Grampians-National-Park-Update.pdf
If there are crag specific closures, please update the access on those crags.
From the Hollow Mountain carpark, take the main walking track up towards Hollow Mountain. The steps will finish and you will be following yellow arrows gently up slightly rocky scramble. After few minutes you will see a sign on your right that has a map of some rock climbing and bouldering sites in the area. Take a right at this sign and follow a fairly well trodden trail (please stay on the trail). The first boulders you see on your walk (mostly to the left of the track) are the Amnesty Area. Further along the trail are the more well known boulders of the Left Main and Right Main areas. At the end of the Right Main area the trees/undergrowth thin out to a more rocky, open plateau. This is Lower Clicke. Head back uphill towards the cliffline to Clicke area.
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