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300 metres east of Black Knight Buttress and a few metres north of walking track is top of a huge block with superb orange east wall.

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.

Ethic inherited from The Fortress

Avoid bolts.


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Start 1 metre left of right arete. Straight up for 15 metres. Traverse right at break to arete. Up.

FA: Mark Poustie & Campbell Mercer, 1994

"Superb climbing on brilliant rock", Campbell Mercer.Start 4 metres left of right arete. Up crack, step right and up.

FA: Campbell Mercer & Mark Poustie, 1994

Fifty metres east of the descent gully to Black Knight Buttress the track passes some good-looking rock. The upper part of the wall is split by a short overhanging finger crack.

"Not one of the best climbs on the cliff". That should set the alarm bells ringing. "Not one of the best climbs on the cliff". That should set the alarm bells ringing. Up to the superb finger crack then avoid it by stepping left and up the large chimney-crack.

FA: Mark Poustie & Campbell Mercer, 1994


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