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40 min walk in from the car park with a well cleared trail. Take plenty of water.

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An excellent excursion along the ridge of the amazing Yulladinida dyke formation. More akin to walking along the back of a stegosaurus than climbing, but some parties may want to rope up for some of the more exposed sections.

40 min hike in from car park. As soon as you breach the tree line, head right until you cant head right anymore (sheer cliff), then follow the ridge line.

Walk out is a bit of bush bashing if you follow the ridge to the end and drop down to the crater level to follow bottom tree line. Suspect the NP may put in a trail if popular.

Fused basalt rock following a gully/chute with the climb running up right hand side. Nice abseil down with good placements. Take plenty of slings.

  1. 10m (6) Scramble up from floor of crater to first grassy ledge.

  2. 30m (12) Start up right hand side of gully / chute.

  3. 30m (12) Interesting features carved by water. Stay right.

FA: Struggler & Tom WYnne, 2016

  1. Head diagonally right to to reach cracked rib from slab. Up crack then more easily to block.

  2. Up.

Start: At the tree at the end of the break in the main North face overhang.

FA: Joe Friend & Leon Lerer, 1977

  1. 50m (12) Up 'Dog-eared' to cracked rib then up corners trending right past three bushes to right of orange alcove, 12m above third bush.

  2. 40m (-) Up towards tree on 'The Rocky Horror Show' then right until level wiht tree and 10m right of it. Climb the big, blocky corner to bush just past a tricky bit. Start: As for 'Dog-eared'.

  3. 40m (-) Up wall right of blocks in corner, then blocks above to ridge.

FA: Ian Brown & warwick payten, 1981

  1. 50m (12) As for pitch one of 'Misty Mountain Hop'.

  2. 30m (-) As for 'Misty Mountain Hop' until corner steepens. Belay on slabby section.

  3. 30m (-) Traverse right then up to gain rib. Up rich brown rock on beautiful holds.

  4. 30m (-) Up blocky buttress to ridge.

FA: Ian Brown (solo), 1981

  1. 25m (-) Awkwardly on to sloping ledge, then right up rising traverse to Piton Belay on yellow sloping ledge just left of a large cracked block.

  2. 50m (18) Delicately right to cracked block, up then left. Surmount several overhangs with sparse protection and up to Gum tree.

  3. 40m (-) Traverse easily right on good rock to stance.

  4. 50m (-) Continue traverse right to stance at the base of huge orange block next to isolated grass tree right of two others.

  5. 30m (-) Rightward rising traverse to base of crack-corner on right side of orange blocks. Up with some difficulty, left and up to stance.

  6. 30m (-) Straight up to crack through roof on right, then up.

FA: Mark Colyvan & Brian Birch, 1980

FA: J.lattanzio & G.Pritchard, 1980

Climb juggy wall then follow groove left to triple headed, mutant grass tree, then up.

Start: At the base of a ramp 20m left of 'Perpetual Motion'

FA: Graham Sefton (solo), 1979

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