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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

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25m right of the main section of cliff is a closed corner. Climb up this to a cracked bulge.

FA: James McIntosh & Peter Canning, 1988

The end of the orange wall 25m left of Mir has an overhanging arete. Climb onto the arete from the corner, and head up.

FA: Stephen Hamilton, Glenn Tempest & Peter Woodfield, 1991

Climb the crack in the middle of the orange wall left of Speed Of Light.

FA: Geoff Gledhill, Chris Baxter, David Gairns & Ian Ravenscroft, 1989

2m left of The Dreams Of Ordinary Men. Climb the slab and the jugs above, then follow the weakness through the overhang.

FA: Edwin Young, Geoff Butcher & Michael Hampton, 1991

Start as for Space Cadet, then move 2m left and up the thin crack.

FA: James McIntosh & Peter Canning, 1988

To reach 2001, walk left from the terrace where the previous routes start. Traverse up left to join Ground Control To Major Tom.

FA: Ian Ravenscroft & David Gairns, 1989

This is the exposed and steep major line immediately left of the huge ceilings near the left end of the cliff. Climb up the undercut start, then up the corner-crack. Avoid the left wall.

FA: Chris Baxter & Geoff Gledhill, 1989

Around left of Ground Control To Major Tom is a wall. Climb up to the terrace past 3 bolts with fixed hangers.

FA: Glenn Tempest, Stephen Hamilton & Alistair Mark, 1991

There are two thin cracks left of Quiet Earth. Climb up the right-hand crack past a bolt to a ledge and then abseil off.

FA: Stephen Hamilton, Alistair Mark & Glenn Tempest, 1991

Climb the left-hand crack then traverse right to a terrace underneath a horrible looking roof.

FA: Glenn Tempest, Stephen Hamilton & Alistair Mark, 1991


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