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- Access Issues: inherited from Grampians
- Approach:© (boardlord)
This is the overhanging wall directly above 'Sandinista' Wall and right on the Hollow Mtn summit track. The boulder problems are on the upper side of the cleft through which the walking track passes. The landing is steep stepped rock so mats are essential - and you will be forever moving them out of the way to let walkers get past - it is really tight in there. 'Problems' are described left to right facing the cliff.
The Cop Couldn't Make It
FA: Toni Lamprecht, 1999
More like a route. Long and intense line right of 'The Cop...' going all the way to the top of the wall.
FA: Julian Saunders, 2000
The God of Smell Things
Woody type problem up a very steep wall. Sit-start right of 'Ground Zero' and finish at the twin pockets. If you link this back into the finish of 'Ground Zero' you get 'A Long Way From Home' (V7/8)
A big traverse starting to the right of Problem #3 and finishing as for Problem #1
FA: Julian Saunders, 2000
Tricky problem going right into the crackline of 'Impact Zone'
The LH crack weakness. Solid for 3!
Eat More Lard
The RH crack weakness starting with a sit-start
|Eat More Lard|
|V7||The God of Smell Things|
|The Cop Couldn't Make It|