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Access issues inherited from North Grampians

This area is now reopen after the fires in early 2014.

You can see the latest parks update on track / area closures at: Grampians-National-Park-Update.pdf

If there are crag specific closures, please update the access on those crags.


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Climb up the right side of Split Pinnacle through a bulge, then move left around to the front and up to a ledge. Continue up to the diagonal break that goes across the ceiling, head along this and onto the face, then move hastily to the top.

FA: Wayne Maher & Peter Cunningham, 1990

This starts on the right-hand side of Split Pinnacle.

  1. 20m Climb up the steep wall, then move left at the break in the ceiling and head around onto the arete, then go up to a stance below the roofs.

  2. 15m Traverse to the left over a flake to a chimney through the roof, then climb this.

FA: Wayne Maher & Derek Visser, 1989

This climb is on the left-hand side of the outcrop. Climb up to the ledge, then traverse right under a block and climb the chimney.

FA: Peter Cunningham, Glen Donohue & Ann Scholes, 1989

Walk left for 40m below the broken crag which continues from the left edge of the ain pinnacle, to a right-facing corner with large boulder at base, just right of prominent overhangs. From the top of boulder, get into corner and climb it.

FA: Philip Armstrong & Jeremy Maddox, 2002


Check out what is happening in Split Pinnacle.