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Access issues inherited from The Stirling Ranges

It is located within Stirling Range National Park.

Approach

Park at the Talyuberlup car park on Stirling Range Drive. The path is opposite the car park. Follow the trail for approximately 1km to the base of Talyuberlup ~45min. Then take left turn off at huge boulder to climbers track to arrive at the West face of the wall.

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Starts where the climbers track first approaches the wall. Go through some trees/bush to get around to the start on the south face.

Pitch 1 - Up right of groove near buttress on left. The follow groove up to belay. 18m

Pitch 2 - Leftward to platform on Ridge. 21m

Pitch 3 - Scramble to below large overhang. 9m

Pitch 4 - Traverse under overhand and stride onto gangway which is followed to platform with block belay. 13m

Pitch 5 - Cross amphitheatre and exit by easy chimney to platform on Ridge. Or up steep wall on right then traverse left to pull over top. 9m

Pitch 6 - Walk up Ridge to cave. Scramble through eye of cave and move left to summit.

Note: - This climb is West of the tourist track. It is possible to bail from under the large overhang via a bit of bush bashing back onto the tourist track.

FA: M Adams & M Kornweibel, 1969

FA: A Hobbs, J Waterfall & B Hensen, 1972

Bolted line straight up left of the start of Stirling Moss. Can use a couple of cams for the easy section in the middle

(Closed Project - Please do not climb) Bolted line through the bulge further left from the obvious bolted line (Expansion bolts)

FA: S Lumsdaine & No second, 1971

FA: J Watson, S Lumsdaine (alt) & J Abbott, 1972

A true Stirlings classic. Start on 2m wide wall between two chimneys, directly below a pointed roof at the top.

Pitch 1 (15m): Up wall (left or right) to a classic ledge with block belay.

Pitch 2 (18m): Steep, but easy moves up crack to airy belay ledge.

Pitch 3 (21m): Follow the wide rightward trending crack line, getting steeper all the way to the final committing crux moves to gain a small cave under roof. Scramble out right to finish.

Exit as per Manicure.

FA: J Watson & S Lumsdaine, 1971

Classic - good warm up before Nailbite. Start up gully 15m left of Nailbite, on left side of large detached block. The right side of this block forms the left part of Nailbite.

Pitch 1 (30m) crack to top of block then follow crack on wall to ledge

Pitch 2 (19m) follow rising leftward crack then up around corner

Exit by walking over the top and down the bushy gully on the opposite side of the crag.

FA: S Lumsdaine & A Yates, 1971

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