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Long/Lat: 142.266652, -37.212797
- Description:© (jgoding)
This beautiful and compact little wall has an attractive outlook. It is located approx 200m west (down and right) of 'Emu Rock', and immediatly left of the descent gully for that cliff. The wall is distinguished by a guano stained cave in the middle of the wall. The two routes go either side of the cave.
- 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.
- Approach:© (jgoding)
Gone With The Wind
Steep, sustained and pumpy on the hard section, with a few suspect little flakes to pull on. From the L end of the wall, climb the juggy grey crack behind the conifer to a broken area. Take the distinctive thin orange diagonal up R and then up. Exit R at the summit overhang.
FA: Dave Gairns, Chris Baxter, 1988
Winds Of Change
Good face climbing up weakness at R end of face, which leads to the R arete before a steep conclusion.
FA: Chris Baxter, Dave Gairns, 1988
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