- Height: 40m
- Bolts: 1
- Pitches: 2
- Ascents: 3
- Description:© (secretary)
For almost 25 years this route has largely been neglected due to a reputation for having a runout crux. In reality, it can be completely sewed up if you have plenty of micro-wires and a blue alien, and the endurance to hang around and fiddle them in. Plus the climbing is simply immaculate and, even despite the aid bolt, this must be a strong contender for the best 24 in the 'Grampians'.
Start: Start as for 'Dance of Life'. Aid on the bolts and jug R to the arete as for Dance of Life. From there climb straight up the grey faint groove with fantastic sustained moves all the way to the horizontal breaks, then directly up the excellent blunt arete.
First Ascent: Kim Carrigan, 16 Apr 1985
Located in Taipan Wall approx:
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Route Grade Citations
|24 M1||Community registered grade|
|24M1||★ Grampians Selected Climbs|
|24/M1||★ Mount Stapylton Amphitheatre|
|24,M1||★★ The North Grampians Update|
|24 M1 ***||★★★ ACA Route Register|
Overall quality score: 100%
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