The crazy double stacked boulder under the tree.


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Climb the giant crack that splits the stacked boulders. Its not clean so take care not to die - the filth adds to the stars.

FA: Pablo, 2015

Mystery shrouds this line, who busted the flake then cleaned it up? Just how chipped is it? What's that smell? Like I said, mysterious.

Wild stuff! Sit start off the underling and side pull. Great moves but sharp.

FA: Evan.C, 2015

I was once in thrall to the Mountain King, bound in servitude I languished. Tips bleeding from my labours, keening lamentations ushered unwittingly from my cracked and bleeding mouth, for my family, my friends, and my beloved Ethel. As I gazed upon the rock I knew what I must do: link the start of Hall of the Mountain King into the end of Mountain King, and I set upon that granite with the crazed and anguished fervor of a man deprived of all that which defines him.

Stand start on the giant ledge and jug on the right side of the crack, traverse left across the crack using chockstone & slopers, top out easily on the high side of the boulder.

FA: Cassandra 'The Matador', Apr 2016

Pull onto the wall at full span from the low right undercling and high left sloper, then top out. Note: A large nearby tree has fallen blocking this whole side of boulder.

FA: Evan.C, 2015

Only makes it into the guide because of the cool name, and the fact the crux hold is made entirely of crystal. Left side of the boulder.

FA: Evan.C, 2015

Can't read it can't climb it - or perhaps you can?

FA: Evan.C, 2015


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Selected Guidebooks more Hide

Author(s): Chris Baxter & Glenn Tempest

Date: 1994

ISBN: 0646167308

A Guide to selected rockclimbs at Mt Arapiles,the Grampians and Mt Buffalo

Author(s): Lindorff, Goding & Hodgson

Date: 2011

ISBN: 9780646529387

Get ready to fully experience the rock climbing scene in Victoria with Sublime Climbs, a comprehensive guidebook authored by Kevin Lindorff, Josef Goding, and Jarrod Hodgson. This full-color, 380-page book covers the best climbing locations in the region, including Mt Arapiles, Mt Buffalo, and the Grampians. It features descriptions of over 700 routes, topographic maps, and breathtaking images. Whether you're a seasoned pro or new to the sport, Sublime Climbs has everything you need to make the most of your climbing experience in Victoria and experience all of it's classic routes.

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