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The Great Wall falls onto army land, enter at your own risk.

Access issues inherited from Mt Stuart

Do not park too close to the gate yor car may be moved

During the year the car club holds races on the mountian road. during this time road access is closed.

Ethic inherited from Mt Stuart

-Take all rubbish home with you. -Be aware of loose rocks and other climbers who could be below you


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A nice shady corner defining the deepest part of the re-entrant R of Colorado Wall. The top is located approximately 15m R of the top of Siddhartha, and is marked by an overhanging shelter and a decent tree for belay. The flake near the top appears to be attached only at the bottom, and seems like it should come off when hung on. Thus, it should be approached with caution, particularly after the wet season.

FA: Scott Johnson, Allan McGill & Suzanne Dyer, 1991


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