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Most of the following has been copied directly from Kieran Loughran's excellent Amphitheatre guide - thanks!
Originally called Flat Rock West Flank, an uninspiring and awkward name for this fine face on the far west side of Flat Rock, I have adopted an alternative suggested by Louise Shepherd. Not to be confused with the vastly superior 'Wall of Fools' in Summer Day Valley.
The crag faces west and gets sun in the afternoon. Climbs are described from left to right.
Access issues inherited from Grampians
It's about 150m south of the Flat Rock / Mt Zero carpark and picnic area, and only about 60m from the road heading south (i.e the road going towards Pohlner's Track and Stapylton campground). Park on the side of that road if you're really lazy. The left side of the wall is obvious: impressive yellow overhanging choss. All of the existing climbs are right of this overhanging section and are best approached by walking straight in from the dirt road (which is obvious from the photo below).
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