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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 the black streak just left of Straight Arm Overhang, and head pretty much straight up the wall above.

FA: James McIntosh & Wayne Maher, 1998

Near the centre of the cliff is a large orange scoop/overhang. Climb the weakness through this overhang, then up to the ledge. Head right, then up to abseil from a tree.

FA: Wayne Maher & James McIntosh, 1998

7m right of Straight Arm Overhang is a large chossy corner that leads to a recessed orange patch of rock. Climb the wall just left of the corner until at the same level as the orange rock, then move right and climb the corner at the left end of the orange rock.

FA: James McIntosh & Wayne Maher, 1998

Good climbing on both pitches. Start at the toe of the black slab about 15m right of Blue Sky Mining.

  1. 30m Up slab and crack in orange overhang to bushy ledge.

  2. 25m Diagonally left up easy slab to steep crack in right arête of prominent corner at t op of cliff; up crack.

FA: Chris Baxter & David Gairns (alt), 2001

Approximately 15m right of Blue Sky Mining is a black slab.

  1. 30m Climb the slab and crack in the orange overhang. Belay on an appropriate ledge.

  2. 25m On the right side of the grey wall is a shallow corner. Climb this to a ledge then step right and continue up the wall above.

FA: Mike Wust & Lesley Roberts, 2000

Good climbing on both pitches.

  1. Up line 2.5 m left of Freestone, passing the first loose block on left arête and bridging around the second one. Swing around right arête just below overhang at top of shallow chimney. Go up right across Freestone and step right around arête to small stance at foot of corner.

  2. 20m Attractive seam leading up right to top of Together Alone.

FA: Chris Baxter & David Gairns (alt), 2001

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Approximately 30m right and uphill of Blue Sky Mining is a small orange corner with a thin pillar in it. Climb this to a bulge. Head left and then up the slab and pillar above. Follow the ramp right to a large ledge.

FA: James McIntosh & Wayne Maher, 1998

20m up right of Freestone is a black wall with an orange steak in the middle. Climb the right side of the wall until you can traverse left past the top of the orange streak to the point where the angle relents, then head up.

FA: Wayne Maher & James McIntosh, 1998

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