By far the most popular crag in the entire 'Grampians'. Be ready to contend with crowds, both private and commercial.
A note of caution: while the sandstone around here is generally considered to be of very good quality, protruding rock features such as bollards, chickenheads, flakes and fins are often brittle, and they can and do snap off on occasion. Wear helmets, place pro even on "easy" juggy sections, and don't place too much trust in "snappable" rock features for your pro or when scrambling.© (willmonks)
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