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A small cliff with some strong middle grade lines on excellent rock. Well worth visiting if staying near Halls Gap. Routes described R to L as the RH end is right next to the old track.

© (willmonks)

Access issues inherited from Halls Gap Area

A low profile always helps to avoid too much attention from tourists and park rangers


The walking track to the summit of Boronia Peak used to go right past this cliff, within 5m in fact. However, the track was re-routed and the start of the old track covered over. If you can find it then it is a quick way to the cliff. Otherwise it is easier to find from the top, but this is a much longer walk. I have described the access this way as the original way is very hard to locate. Park at the end of Tandarra Drive which runs east from the Halls Gap-Dunkeld road just out of Halls Gap heading towards Dunkeld. Follow the track across the creek and keep following signs to Boronia Peak. Once on top of the range around the 3rd saddle an old walking track takes off on the R [down towards Halls Gap]. Within about 10 minutes this passes under a clean pillar of rock with some distinct crack lines. This is Peverills Pillar.

© (willmonks)

Ethic inherited from Halls Gap Area

Bolting, is considered illicit, along with the rest of the park and other National Parks within Victoria. Only alter routes after considerable consultation with first ascensionests and local climbers.


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Major line 2m L of ITFW exiting up L from cave.

FA: Chris Baxter & Sue Baxter, 1992

Around L of SWTS is a steep little N facing wall. The major line in the middle of this is 'Domestic Bliss'. ITFW is the diagonal crack 2m R of DB exiting R from cave.

FA: Chris Baxter & Sue Baxter, 1992

Crack 11m L of StR and just R of arete around from In The Family Way. Crack then up to flake. Round this to thin moves past BR. Face.

FA: Geoff Butcher & Sam Azzopardi, 1995

The dominant corner in the middle of the W face of the upper cliff is quite steep and sustained. Up past FPR to final wide crack [4BD].

FA: Chris Baxter & Sue Baxter, 1992

L of the main pillar with the preceding climbs is an upper tier which has an obvious big corner up it [Spare the Rod]. There is a shallow corner on the R wall of the main corner which gives enjoyable climbing on lovely rock.

FA: Chris Baxter & Sue Baxter, 1992

Up crack 2m R of NW [L] arete of lower cliff. Up flake crack on R and arete above. Scabby rock.

FA: Chris Baxter, Sue Baxter & Dave Gairns, 1992

Start: Corner up middle of lower cliff.

  1. 15m (14) Up L seam in lower wall to foot of corner.

  2. 17m (20) Corner past FPR to ledge. Step R, up crack.

FA: Chris Baxter & Dave Gairns, 1992

Good climbing and a nice line.

Start: Major corner at RH side of lower face, the old track goes very close to it.

  1. 15m (15) From track climb R seam in lower to ledge below corner.

  2. 15m (17) The corner steadily widens giving good jamming and bridging. BD4 useful at the top.

FA: Chris Baxter & Sue Baxter, 1992


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