Liomin Castle Mostly Trad climbing39 routes in cliff
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"... climbing of a quality surpassed by only a few cliffs in the Grampians, with soaring lines, bristling overhangs and generally Arapilesian rock" with "solitude and a dramatic setting". Chris Baxter SE Grampians guidebook. Routes are described from LEFT to RIGHT, which is the opposite order you will probably approach from.© (willmonks)
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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 http://m.parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/grampians-national-park/safety-and-regulations#overview
Actually accessed from the Halls Gap - Dunkeld Rd from a few kms south of the 'Mt William' Rd...but grouped in with the Mt William Rd crags for now. Park on the Halls Gap - Dunkeld Rd 3 km south of the Mt William Rd turn-off. Walk east along the "Mt William Track" (aka "Major Mitchell Plateau Track"), for 3km. Once the crag is visible up to your right, and you think the scrub looks penetrable, up you go. It's almost a kilometre of uphill scrub bashing to the crag. You'll probably arrive at the right (NW) end of the crag, and may need to head left (SE) along the base to find most of the routes.© (willmonks)
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