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Table of contents
- Unique Features And Strengths:
The northern most climbing in Victoria. Too hot in summer. This crag is best in winter when everywhere else in Victoria is too wet.
Large granite monolith near Pyramid Hill on the Tragowel Plains. The rock is large grained and very coarse and is of variable quality. There are some quality routes, but beauty may be in the eye of the beholder.
- Access Issues:
No access issues. This area is in a nature reserve and contains some rare and endangered flora and fauna. It may look pretty scrappy, but please take care and look after this area if you visit.
From Melbourne/south, head to Pyramid Hill and then drive north on the Pyramid Hill - Leitchville Rd until you see the Major Mitchell Trail sign to Mt Hope. Turn left and drive 1.5 km on the dirt. Turn left at the first opportunity to get to the Picnic Ground, or drive another 500 m to the next left to reach Suicide Rock car park
- Where To Stay:
You can camp at Mt Hope, but it's pretty rough - no water or toilets. In summer the flies will carry you away during the day and the mosquitoes will take over after dark.
Trad as well as bolted sport routes, with a mix of carrots and fixed hangers.
|2||Ledge Of Sighs||13||50m|
|3||Ledge Of Sighs Direct Start||14||40m|
|1||I Don't Mind Amateurs||12||10m|
|1||FB's Doing Bookwork||19||12m|
|1||Ticket For Steve||12||8m|
|1||Grasping At Immortality||14||30m|
|3||Alms For The Beggarman||21||48m|
|5||Hoddle Street Left Hand Variant||21||48m|
|6||Hoddle Street Right Hand Variant||22||48m|
|9||Touch Me I'm Sick||27||45m|
|12||Riding Through The Snow||21||18m|
|15||A Suprising Time Out||20||20m|
|20||Do It In Deni||19||15m|
|5||Wings Of Steel||16||11m|
|7||Chalk And Cheese||14||10m|
|8||Realign The Tim Day||19||10m|
|10||Slave To The Grind||15||7m|