A-Frame Boulders


Not a bouldering area! Several nice trad face routes on a difficult to access wall. The crag is plainly obvious from the carpark but quite hard to locate when you actually reach the local area. It is the outer face of the 'Tribute' Walls.

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Access issues inherited from North Grampians

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.


Best access is to walk from the far left end of White Wall without going up the rock step toward 'Cut Lunch Walls'. Keep going more or less horizontally for 100m, and you should end up on a terrace which ends under the A-Frame Boulder. Alternatively, abseil in from a bollard at the top of the blocks about 20m outwards of 10 AM (see 'Tribute' Wall).

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A bit contrived. Smooth slab immediately right of 'Paragon', then continue next to it until you reach the crack. Now go straight up (crux) and trend right to finish up summit.

FA: James McIntosh & Mike Wust, 1998

Quite Good. Start below the left side of the cave. Up the left edge of the

smooth rock, then trend left to finish up the obvious diagonal crack.

FA: Mike Wust & James McIntosh, 1998

Nice Face. Brown streak which finishes 2m left of 'Paragon'.

FA: James McIntosh & Mike Wust, 1998

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