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Long/Lat: 144.431468, -37.941954
Gravel Pit Tor is a beautiful stand alone monolith that dominates its immediate surroundings. This tor offers some of the best climbs in the You Yangs.
- Access Issues: inherited from The You Yangs
National Park. Parks Vic website (Oct 2014) says "[...] Bookings are required for groups. Individuals are not required to book, but should check with the Park Office to enquire about the availability of sites. [...]"
|1||Not (Quite) the Eiger||18||13m|
|4||A Question of Ethics||20||315m,|
|8||Orpheus in the Underworld||M5||25m|
|10||Blue Moray Crack||19||8m|
Take a Hard Ride
FA: Chris Yeomans & Andrew Lindblade
Silver Knight / Short and Sweet
Good moves with good natural protection.
FA: Peter Lindorff,John McMahon, 1971
FFA: Joe Verbaken,David Lia,Peter Megens,Steve Pawley,Cathy Seccombe,Eileen O'Meagher, 1975
Countdown to Ecstasy
Good climbing up the rounded R arete of Silver Knight Buttress. Some reckon it's a soft tick. Up the sickle-shaped crack to the arete, then blast up on tiny nubbins past a couple of thin diagonal dykes and a horizontal break to good jugs. Two BRs and a FH along the way.
2 FHs. Left of The Chuchu
FA: Martin Lama, 1992
|20||The Razor's Edge||25||18m|
Asylum for the Insane
Crimpy edges to start past 3 bolts, followed by easy ground through a jam crack.
Can't Buy a Thrill
Quite a nice climb now with the addition of a fixed hanger down lower. Up the face on small edges in the pale water streak, past a fixed hanger and carrot. Finish up the jam crack. Double ring bolt belay at top.
|24||Blue Skies From Grey||16||118m,|
|27||The Long Traverse||15||20m|
|29||Branded and Exiled||20||7m|
|33||Defender of the Face||16||12m|
Middle of face 2m right of Defender of the Face. 3 BRs.
FA: Harold Ramsey, 2008
|40||Lead Us Not into Temptation||18||7m|
|45||Skunk Hour Direct||12||15m|