- Avg. Height: 13m
- Style: Sport,Top Rope and Trad
- Ascents: 228
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Grampians answer to Thompson's Point Descent Gully Walls. A small area with a few good easier ring bolted face routes on compact grey and orange rock. The holds tend to be sloping and very pumpy. This is a good warm-up area for Van Dieman's Land. Most of the climbs were established by Neil Monteith and friends in 2004/2005. In 2008 a few easier routes were established with the funding of RMIT Outdoor Club.
- Access Issues: inherited from Grampians
Follow cairned path from Cut Lunch Walls for 100m south-east along the base of cliff-line, through some thick bush to small ravine. The south-western (right) side of the ravine should have obvious ring-bolts and chalk. If you don't see bolts you are probably in a lower ravine, walk back out and find the upper ravine. To access Upper Tribute Wall (Back Stabbath) either top-out on a route on the ravine, or scramble up and left from the belay terrace of Koalasquatsy Wall for 50m. All routes have lower-off anchors. Cliff is in the shade from late morning. Routes described from right to left.
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