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Access issues inherited from Summerday Valley

21 September 2017 Main Wall is closed - fire damage and cultural heritage redevelopment required. See Grampians National Park Access Update.pdf


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The line of choss L of RE.

FFA: Steven Barnett, 1988

Up the thin crack.

Start: Start 3m L of the obvious chimney.

FA: Mike Wust & G Brennan, 1983

Start: Start just R of Razors Edge.The face past 2 bolts and for a better finish take the L side of the head wall. The 2 rusty 8mm carrots have been replaced with 2 x stainless expansion bolts and slightly R of their the carrots positions (more in tune with the line of holds and out of reach of Razors Edge).

FA: Peter Gray, 1985

What happens when you bolt and climb something in 1990 and forget to write it up ha ha (thought I had). The FA was nearly stolen by my younger brother Daniel who fortunately fell off after the crux. Start 3m R of The Fear of Music. The thin face to a very thin and hard boulder to reach the break. Step R a move and take the R side of the headwall to the DRB loweroff. The old carrots and hangers have been replaced with Fixe ringbolts 3 Mar 17

(Is this Slit Your Throat as per )??

FA: Matt Brooks, 1990

Up the very thin face crack and the wall continuation.

Start: Left of Living... is an obvious chimney. Start just R of this.

FA: Kevin Lindorff & Peter Lindorff, 1983

Escapable at times but still quite good.

Start: Start at a pine tree 3m L of 'Razor Gang'.

FA: Adam Darragh & Robbie MacKillop, 1989

The face with a bolt, traverse L past a nut to the arete. The obvious direct is 25.

Start: Start 3m L of 'Reckless'.

FA: Louise Shepherd & Chris Peisker, 1985

Up for 1.5m, step R, then up L to follow seam then onwards.

Start: Start 3m L of 'Bowler' by the pine tree.

FA: Kevin Lindorff & Mike Wust, 1983

The obvious line.

Start: Start in the middle of the wall.

FA: Kevin Otten & Stan Manley, 1979

"Fighting hard for independence". But being contrived hasn't stopped it from being claimed on three separate occasions as a first ascent!

Start: Start between 'Bowler' and 'Hit and Run'.

FA: Kevin Lindorff & Mike Wust, 1985

The seam then step L to jam up to ledge. Traverse off left. A 'Direct Finish' up the slab has been done.

Start: Start as for 'Red Alert'.

FA: Kevin Lindorff & solo, 1983

The seam, then continue rightwards.

Start: Start 3m R of 'Bowler' at painted square.

FA: Peter Lindorff & solo, 1983

Diagonally R to pockets then up.

Start: Start 1.5m R of RA.

FA: Martin Lama, 1991

A traverse.

Start: Start 4m R of 'Red Alert'.

  1. 17m (19) Up until 'Red Alert' fizzles out, then go left, across 'Hit and Run' at the cave, then up 'Bowler' to a belay.

  2. 15m (19) Move down then L and slightly down along obvious hand traverse to the arete. Finish up a crack 1m L of arete.

FA: James McIntosh & Melanie Taws, 1986

The steep arête L of VE past 3FHs

FA: Matt Brooks, Feb 2017

Boulders, and thin.The route up the middle of steep thin boulder face on the pinnacle about 50m R of Bowler Boulder (closer to the car park), past 3FHs

FA: Matt Brooks, Feb 2017


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