World's End Mostly Trad climbing29 routes in cliff
- Grades: AU
- Approach time: 1-2hrs
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An attractive, remote location at the top of the Victoria Range. Access is lengthy. Just left of where the track meets the cliff is a huge boulder with a cave beneath it. Left of the cave/boulder is a big wall bounded on its right by a gaping chasm, and on its left by a large chimney/corner. The climbs are described from right to left. Location: GR 097633
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.
Walk up the Victoria Range Track from Glenelg River Road to the top of the range, where it levels out. Pass the helipad, which is on the left of the track, and the Rhino's Horn, which is on the right, until the track turns sharply to the right (south-east). The Death March track joins in here. Continue along the Victoria Range Track for about 400 metres until 20 metres before the second creek. Enter the open scrub on the right (southern) side of the track and aim for the righthand side of a small outcrop within 100 metres. At this outcrop pick up a faint pad that heads roughly south-east to the nearest arete of World's End.
Can also be approached from the Death March track by continuing along the track for 500 metres until it turns due south for 100 metres and meets the Victoria Range Track.
Descent is down a boulder choke behind the Indecent Exposure buttress. This leads to a gully which is followed downhill until able to turn right beneath the lowest cliffs. A long slog back uphill beneath the cliffline leads back past Indecent Exposure to the cave/boulder. Descent from climbs near The Third Man can be made by lots of scrambling and often a final abseil from a large tree.
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