Help

Leviathan Bloc

7
BLDV

Seasonality

J
F
M
A
M
J
J
A
S
O
N
D

Description

Ship sized boulder with plenty of potential high balls and hard 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).

©

Approach

Large bloc off the left side of path past pride rock (down towards gully)

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.

©

Tags

Some content has been provided under license from: © Australian Climbing Association Queensland (Creative Commons, Attribution, Share-Alike 2.5 AU)

Routes

Add route(s) Add topo Reorder Bulk edit Convert grades
Grade Route

Start on low jug, move through slopey rail into seam.

FA: Jimmy Stephens

Start on low jug move to slopey rail and move left to jugs.

FA: Louis Godsell, 4 Jul 2014

Sit start directly below pocketed wall, climb straight up through pockets to tallest part of boulder.

FA: Troy Mckenzie, 13 Sep 2014

On your knees captain. Crouch start with right hand on crimp and left hand on rounded side pull and up through slopes to easy, but tall top out.

FA: Troy Mckenzie

Novelty. Jump start into slopey jug, top out via seam. Add a direct start from low seam if you can, will be tricky.

FA: Jimmy Stephens

Start as for Rapuntzel, solve an interesting slab traverse to join into CF, finishing up this.

FA: Goshen Watts, 16 Aug 2015

Let down your hair... But don't punt off the top! Climb on tall arête through jugs and seams. Make committing mantle over the lip.

FA: Louis Godsell

Hello!

First time here?

theCrag.com is a free guide for rock climbing areas all over the world, collaboratively edited by keen rock climbers, boulderers and other nice folks.

You can log all your routes, connect and chat with other climbers and much more...

» go exploring, » learn more or » ask us a question

Selected Guidebooks all

Author(s): Simon Mentz, Glenn Tempest

Date: 2009

ISBN: 958733147

With North Gramps, The Black Range, Central Gramps, Halls Gap, Sth East Gramps and the Victoria Range areas covered, you'll have no shortage of inspiration at your disposal. With 800 routes, full colour maps and topos as well as heaps of additional info, this guide will have you sorted.

Author(s): Neil Monteith and Simon Carter

Date: 2015

ISBN: 9780994278401

Neil Monteith and Simon Carter took no time to rest after the release of their 2013 Sport Crags edition and have now release a more comprehensive guide also covering several popular trad and multipitch areas. The guide contains 61 crags and 1200 routes and also includes the likes of Grey Green Walls, Central Buttress, Asses Ears and the popular beginners trad area of Summerday Valley which weren't covered in the Sport only edition. With all the motivating and awe-inspiring photos we've come to expect from Australia's premier climbing photographer Simon Carter, and easy to use layout including access maps and detailed topo's, you won't be left hanging.

Author(s): Simon Madden, Ross Taylor, David Peason and Taylor Parsons

Date: 2016

ISBN: 9780646955544

"Australia's premier bouldering destination! The new 2016 Edition Grampians Boulder guide authored by Simon Madden, Ross Taylor, David Peason and Taylor Parsons. It contains more than 1300 problems which is double the original guide. Heaps of new information on established areas as well as the inclusion of plenty of boulders and crags not published before. It also features update idiot proof layout and expanded history and culture notes. Get one and start cranking!"

Share this

Activity

Check out what is happening in Leviathan Bloc.

Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 한국어 Português 中文