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A steep crag in a remote setting but less than 100 metres from the car. There are one or two options for hard new routes.

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Access issues inherited from Victoria Range

The Victoria Range was badly burnt in the fires of February 2013 but all areas are now open to climbing (Feb 2014). However there are access changes to the cliffs in the Eureka area.


Drive along the 'Victoria Range' Road for 9.4 km, 4.1 km past 'The Fortress' turnoff. Park near the bottom of a long hill. The crag is just west of the road.

GR 179709 1:25000

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The overhanging wall

A good climb up the best line on the cliff. It's an attractive corner that doesn't quite reach the ground and leads to a roof.

  1. 30m (18) Up the steep wall below and left of the line until able to step right into base of the corner. Up the corner until just below the roof. Traverse left to the arete. Up through the left end of the roof, traverse 3 metres left to avoid dirty rock then up a little to a ledge.

  2. 8m (-) Easily up right.

FA: Kieran Loughran & Meg Sleeman, 1988

Nice but a bit loose. Start 2 metres right of Prague Spring.

Face to small, left facing corner and up this to roof. Move around right to easier upper wall.

FA: Geoff Butcher, Martin Davis & Chris Lawrence., 1994

Steep start and finish but not all that great.

Start at undercut corner 20 metres right of Prague Spring.

Up the corner until near the roof then traverse left to the arete. Overhanging groove above leads to steep, dinnerplating rock.

FA: Kieran Loughran & Meg Sleeman, 1988

Start 5 metres right of On The Amazon. The shallow, loose-looking corner. Left under overhang and up to ledge. Left and up on easier broken ground.

FA: Stephen Hamilton & Glenn Tempest, 1993


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