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This collection of pinnacles and buttresses on the south side of Devil Creek is clearly visible from the Mount William road about 400m below the lookout over the Mount William Road Cliff.

NOTE: Details taken from VCC 2001 online guide.

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


Park 200m before the lookout, head south across the (two) headwaters of the creek, then go down south side of creek to outcrops. Cliff faces northeast. Walking time 25 minutes.


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Beware of loose rock. Cairned. Right facing corner-crack starting from about the lowest point of foot of cliffs. From scrubby ledge atop line, veer up right on front of buttress to top of pinnacle.

FA: Geoff Gledhill & Chris Baxter, 1998

Climbs major, slender pinnacle. Some loose rock. Cairned. Tricky start up weakness on front of rib 20m right of Love Muscle. Up and slightly right to ledge. From left end of ledge go up left to line. Up line to summit. Abseil off

FA: Chris Baxter & Geoff Gledhill, 1998


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