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This cliff, well to the right of the main climbing area is glaringly obvious from the walking track. However it's also obvious why so little interest has been shown in it. Natural protection is sparse and vast amounts of loose rock will have to be removed first if you're to remain sane (and keep your head). The cliff has received more than one visit from climbers but this is the only climbing that has been done.

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Access issues inherited from Grampians

Please note that due to the fact that the Grampians is a national park, dogs and other pets are not allowed in the park except in vehicles on sealed roads and in sealed car parks. See


Walk up the Mount Rosea Track for five minutes until the cliff is visible above. Head straight up through open bush, then on scree. Grid Reference 327834.

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Very loose with dubious pro.

Start: About two-thirds of the way along the cliff (from the left) is a cairned, square-cut grey groove.

FA: Wayne Maher & Chris Baxter, 1992


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