Access: Climbing restrictions may apply

ACAV Note: Parks Victoria has advised that rock climbing restrictions may apply at certain locations. Formal advice has changed several times during 2019.

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Created about two years ago - Edited about a year ago




A proud boulder with an array of differing climbing styles on great rock. Steep crimpy lines to compression sloper problems.

Access issues inherited from Mountain Lion

The Mountain Lion road sign is currently a burnt pole, so when approaching from the Henty Hwy side of the valley keep your eyes open for a small sandy car park on the right hand side of the road just after the Victoria Range Fire Trail gate (on left).



As per normal for Mountain Lion to Vanya Wall. The large proud boulder next to the Panguar Block.

Ethic inherited from Mountain Lion

This area has been quite badly burnt from the 2013 fires. Please keep to the foot pads as much as possible to stop further erosion.



History timeline chart

2014 development from Dunkeld/Geelong locals.


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Sit start with LH in seam and RH on large jug. Head straight up the proud middle of pride rock through a thin seam to jugs and a committing mantle to finish!


FA: Chris Leidy?

Start as for 'Simba's Pride' after getting to the jug at half way bust out left via thin seam and sharp pocket. Finish as for Low Land Direct.

FA: Louis Godsell, 21 Sep 2014

Stand start on flat jug, and finish up mantle as for 'Low Land'

FA: Jimmy S

Sit start with low gaston incut and left hand on crimpy side pull. Make hard moves up to large flat jug and traverse left and up to a committing mantle.

FA: Aden

Start as for 'Low Land' and once hitting the jug head straight up via a big move on crimps

FA: Aden, 13 Sep 2014

Sit start on large jug rail and jug your way to the top. This is also the best way off the boulder.

FA: Jimmy Stephens

"It means no worries". Sit start as for Mufasa on large jug rail. Traverse right through dishes into a large break and then head up via edges and jugs.

FA: Jimmy

Same start as for Hakuna Matata, though keep traversing right through small slopers and pockets and into Chicken Pride and finish as for that.

FA: Louis Godsell

Stand start on vertical slot (both hands). Make move with left to sloper and make huge span out right to juggy rail. Top out right with slopers. (Heading out left is the pikers variant).

FA: Louis

Start as for 'Beyond Infinity' climbing left and finishing as for 'Chicken Pride'.

Sit start on opposed crimps. Climb straight up via tricky moves to jugs and top out. Sit start to Pride of Prides

FA: Aden

Start matched on lowest part of undercling, move up too small pocket/pinch on undercling and make big move left to jugs and top out.

FA: Dick Lodge, 4 Jul 2014

Stand Start on lowest part of undercling and head right via big move and top out.

FA: Dick Lodge, 4 Jul 2014

Sit start on side pull and up into scoop, traverse left and press into juggy flake and top out.

FA: Dick Lodge, 4 Jul 2014

Start as for Pride Cometh... but head straight up

FA: Dick Lodge, 4 Jul 2014

Stand start with left hand on small crimp and right on slope rail. Make tricky move to a sharp crimp and then continue up via slopers.

FFA: 13 Sep 2014

FA: Jimmy Stephens, 13 Sep 2014


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