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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 corner and hand-crack at the left side of the grey wall under the summit.

FA: James McIntosh, Melanie McIntosh, Mike Wust, Jeremy Boreham & Hillary Lloyd, 1993

A few metres right of Bower Bird there is a bulging wall with a weakness in it. Climb the weakness.

FA: Jeremy Boreham, Mike Wust & James McIntosh, 1993

This is on the first worthwhile buttress above the descent ramp. A small cairn marks the start. Head a little right after the undercut start, then up.

FA: Wayne Maher, Chris Baxter, John Pawson & Meg Taylor, 1992

At the right end of the middle cliff there is a north-facing brown wall with a cave at its left end. Climb the flake and head left across the wall, then head up the corner close to the left arete.

FA: Glen Donohue, Wayne Maher & andrew webb, 1993

There is an “S” shaped crack on the upper part of the lower cliff, about 2/3 of the way from the left end. It is reached by an abseil to the ledge below the crack.

FA: Chris Baxter & Wayne Maher, 1992

25m left of Strictly Ball-tearer is a north-facing brown wall with a cave at its left end. Climb up the V-groove to a ledge, then head up the right wall.

FA: Wayne Maher, andrew webb & Glen Donohue, 1993

50m right of Bunnis Beanbossil there are two clean corners near the right end of the lower cliff.

  1. 15m Use a tree to enter the groove in the prominent left arete of the corners. Head up the groove until you reach a ledge.

  2. 15m Climb up the left side of the arete for 2m, then continue up just to the right of it.

FA: Chris Baxter, Wayne Maher & John Pawson, 1992

To the right of Strictly Ball-tearer is a “V” crack on the right side of the wall. Climb this, head up the left-curving crack, then climb the wall above past a loose block and go a little right to continue up a groove. Watch for loose rock.

FA: John Pawson, Chris Baxter, Wayne Maher & Meg Taylor, 1992

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