- Height: 50m
- Bolts: 3
- Pitches: 2
- Ascents: 4
- Description:© (secretary)
Wonderful climbing based on the sharp, undercut arete right of 'Dance of Life'. The crux is very hard, but very short. If you pull on the crux bolt it's an excellent 25M1. Take 3 bolt brackets, a full rack incl. 2 #3.5 cams, and 15-20 quickdraws.
Start: Start directly below the impressive hanging arete which soars upwards from the R side of a large roof. This is just L of where the walk-in meets the cliff, and is where the track along the base balances along the top edge of a large smooth-faced boulder.
35m (27) 10m easy grey slab, beware some friable rock, to desperate orange slab with a tricky-to-clip BR. Follow flakes to the steep groove on the R side of the arete. Crux past BR to break, then L and up L side of arete, 3½ cam & BR. At big break move R to belay in small cave.
15m (24) On up face, veering slightly right-wards to top.
First Ascent: Kim Carrigan & Martin Scheel, 1984
Located in Taipan Wall approx:
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Route Grade Citations
|26||A Rock Climbers Guide to the North Grampians|
|26/27||Mount Stapylton Amphitheatre|
|27||Grampians Selected Climbs|
|27 ***||ACA Route Register|
|26/28||The North Grampians Update|
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