|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Bushranger Bluff Main Wall|
|9||★ Holdup Line
Start: Immediately right of 'Bullet Buttress'. A steep wall leads to a baby chimney, then up easily and step left into BB.
FA: Maurice & Keith Leslie, 1967
|9||★ Cave Climb
Step R from cave to ledge. Then up corner or nose, both with poor pro.
Start: Start as for 'Cricket Bats in a Box'.
FA: Maurice & Keith Leslie, 1967
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Closed Declaration Crag Area Declaration Crag|
|9|| ★ Craddock Crack
This baby offwidth was possibly first climbed by Bob Craddock.
The left-most deep crack on the roadside face.
|8|| ★ Marshmallow Sea DS
The undercut direct start to 'Marshmallow Sea' is definitely a little harder than the original.
|9|| ★ Sickle
Impossible to get lost on.
Starts above the plaque on the north-west side of the crag. It's the obvious wide chimney, that narrows to a crack near the top.
FA: Garry Kerkin & Co, 1965
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area Light Fingered Gully|
|8 R||The Match
Head R then up the chossy front-side of the prow.
Start: Start at the teetering stack on the R side of the gully, at the initials.
FA: Chris Baxter & Andrew Smith, 1966
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Slander Wall|
Up a shallow orange corner left of Prairie, continue direct through steepening and onward forth to walk off ledge. May have some suss rock, vegetation and lichen.
FA: Dan Flynn & Wendy Eden, Sep 2018
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles King Rat Area King Rat Gully Serious Young Lizards Wall|
Corner with ledge at half-height on south-east facing wall around left from 'Serious Young Lizards'.
FA: Steve Holloway & Bert Levy, 1998
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Pilot Error Cliffs Pilot Error Area|
Completes the trilogy of nice easy climbs in this area. Think of it as an indirect start to 'Predator'. Step off the 'Mesa' boulder and head up right to the airy arete. Continue steeply over the right side of the roof and up juggy groove to ledge. The 'Mesa' rap anchor is just to the left.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Tim Lockwood, 16 Oct 2011
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Atridae House of Atreus|
Start: Start 10m R of 'Tiresias'.
FA: Dick Salt, Jim Newlands & Alan Marsland, 1965
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes Gully Organ Pipes Gully Left Side Frenzy Pinnacle|
The squeeze chimney. 'Classic'.
Start: Start R of T.
FA: Jerry Grandage & Bernie Lyons, 1965
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes Diapason Pipe|
1 7 20m
2 6 25m
3 8 10m
The first climb done in the 'Organ Pipes'. A very pleasant outing.
Start: Start 8 metres left of big dead gum tree.
FA: Steve Craddock, Bob Craddock & Rob Taylor, 1963
Deep crack on left side of 'Conifer Crack' buttress. Take some large gear.
Start: In the gully between the 'Diapason' and 'Conifer Crack' pipes.
FA: Clive Parker & Chris Baxter., 1968
|9||★★ Conifer Crack
1 9 40m
2 9 40m
Very entertaining. Just be aware that at times you have to climb on large apparently detached blocks.
Start: 1 metre left of where the the big dead tree was until last Friday (i.e. left-hand crack on front of buttress).
FA: Chris Davis & Ian Guild., 1964
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Organ Pipes Area Organ Pipes Toccata Wall|
This is quite a good chimney and the rap anchor lets you avoid the cruddy finish.
Start: Below the next buttress right of the 'Didgeridoo' Pipe.
Scramble up 6 metres into the gully on the left of the buttress then traverse right until below the chimney. Climb up into the chimney and follow it (originally climbed up the left edge of the chimney for a bit, now done as part of Jen's Roof ) past the roof on the left. Belay on left about 5 metres above the roof at chains. 30 metre abseil or continue up crud to the top.
FA: Ian Speedie & Michael Stone, 1964
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Leafy Quoit Lump|
|9||★ Good As Gold
Start at base of mossy ramp and follow left sloping crack 2 1/2 metres left of 'Ann', Finish up left face of the bulge
FA: Tim Harris & Dave Millard
Start at mossy ramp as for 'Falling Upwards'. Move right at top of ramp to join large obvious crackline.
FA: David Millard, 2004
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Wailing Wall|
|9||★ Exploding Tomatoes
Up, then L on ledges. Finish up black crack in upper L wall.
Start: Start 1 m R of 'Strife on the Gravy Train'.
FA: Campbell Mercer, Noel Coward & Peter Watling, 1994
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Past Present Buttress|
This climb is on the north -east face of the buttress. One metre to the right of Past & Present.
FA: Troy Surkitt & Dan Cross, 30 Apr 2015
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Left Charity Buttress|
Bottomless crack 3m R of Charity at the R crack.
FA: Rob Taylor & Jerry Grandage, 1968
|9||★ Gabriel’s Oboe
Climb the crack, step left on to face and up.
Start: Scramble up past 'Treachery' to next buttress.
FA: Pete & Meg Holmes., 2001
A separate buttress 15m right of Purity and 3m right of Clemency. Climb the most left hand line. (Most likely same buttress as Heatherbell ). A low angled climb with the crux being the first moves off the ground on grey rock. Requires RPs to protect the initial moves,
FA: Pete Holmes & Mike Totterdell, 26 Feb 2012
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Upper Central Gully Cecilia Wall|
|8||Merry Go Round
Slab and bulge at right end of slabby terrace. Continue up yellow tinged corner.
FA: Keith Lockwood
Scramble down and around the corner left of ETGZ. Start left of right arete. Up and step left onto 'emohawk'. Then up slabby arete.
FA: Dwayne Dibbly & Ace Rimmer, 1996
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Central Gully Central Gully Right Preludes Wall|
|9||★ Diagonal Crack
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Major Mitchell Gully Morfydd Wall|
Start on the L wall, then the R. Bridge airily to an awkward and runout finish L around the roof.
Start: Start on the next buttress uphill from 'Morfydd', at a chimney with a square roof.
FA: Chris Baxter & Dorothy McManus, 1968
This bit of rock is getting more crowded than High Dive Gully. It would be surprising if any of the climbing is new.
Start up Kincaid then cross to steep juggy crack on the right wall. From the big ledge (belay possible) climb past the No Standing chains then centrally up headwall.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Norm Booth, 24 Jan 2017
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Major Mitchell Gully Ali's Area|
|9 R||Ali's Face
Probably the most descended route at 'Arapiles' (by abseilers using Ali's rap anchor). May also be the least ascended.
Start: Start 5m L of Ali's.
FA: Steve Craddock & Bob Craddock, 1964
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Fang Buttress and Surrounds Plaque|
Start: Start 2m R of FoF.
FA: Martin Lama & Graeme Smith, 1991
Up Loboff till the start of the traverse, then up left through funky bulge.
FA: Someone, 21 Apr 2014
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Tiger Wall Area Tiger Wall Under Flinders Lane Wall|
|9||★ Eagle Cleft Variant
|8||★★★ Kestrel Alternate Finish
An easy pitch for parties wanting to get from Kestrel to Flinders Lane without an increase in grade.
From the belay at the top of the first pitch, step right and climb up right a couple of metres to a ledge system. Walk right across the mossy ledge system to the corner on the final pitch of Yo Yo and follow this to Flinders Lane. Make sure to place a good directional runner after the traverse.
|9||★★ The Eighth
1 8 24m
2 9 25m
3 9 30m
4 8 20m
FA: Steve Craddock, Bob Craddock & Robyn Lewis (via a harder pitch 2 variant), 1963
|8||The Eighth Direct Finish
A way to the top of the cliff. Unfortunately it breaks down very quickly into an unpleasant gully.
20m (8) From the right end of Flinders Lane, climb a juggy corner into a chimney. Belay on second ledge. 45m (4) Up the chimney-gully.
FA: Greg Lovejoy & Bob Craddock, 1964
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Tiger Wall Area Tiger Wall Syrinx Area|
A gentle romp that could serve as an alternative start to The Dribble.
Up the Pan Grove slab to whitish blocks at 15m. Instead of moving right (as for Pan Grove), continue following the left-leaning groove. When the groove peters out, step slightly right and finish in the obvious groove. Note: the steep bulging crack on the right is lovely to start, but the finishing blocks are a bit dodgy. Belay on the Senior Citizens terrace and descend Pan Grove.
FA: Keith Lockwood & John Smart, 20 May 2018
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Grotto Wall|
|8||★★ Boundary Rider
A hybrid route between Llareggub and The Flue.
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Voodoo Area Dead-point Wall|
|8||The Skeleton Coast
Gets more atmospheric the higher you go. Takes the north ridge of Deadpoint Wall. Start below the U-shaped gully behind Death Row Pinnacle.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Norm Booth, 27 May 2015
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Voodoo Area Looking Glass Wall|
Orange streak 10 metres right of 'Blockwork Orange'. Finish up crack in headwall.
FA: Allan Hope & Peter Watling, 1991
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds The Pharos Death Row Pinnacle|
5 metres right of Howling. Start as for 'Laurel and Hardy' directly under the rap chains. Thereafter take left leaning crease in rock and the easiest left line to the pinnacle summit.
FA: Hywel Rowlands & Josh Bassett, 7 Jun 2014
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds The Pharos Front Wall|
|8||★★ Spiral Staircase
Start: Instead of going up to the front, follow the track around and up onto the north shoulder of the Pharos. Start at a low-angled, blunt spur just left of a vegetated gully.
FA: Greg Lovejoy & Steve Craddock, 1963
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Pharos Gully Vanoise Area|
Some distance down right are low-angled mossy faces with ledges in between. Scramble up to deep, right-facing chimney. This is your mission should you choose to accept it.
FA: Lloyd Lobbe & Daryl Carr, 1967
|8||Long John Silver
Best approached by one of the other climbs in the vicinity. Step across the tree-filled gully behind the top of South Pacific etc, follow the weakness in the wall and finish centrally up the juggy tower.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Norm Booth, 8 Apr 2015
|8||Pieces of Eight
The easiest slab at Arapiles(?). Could be done as an approach pitch to Long John Silver. Climbs central weakness in the slab around right from Blackbeard. Scramble up to start. Gentle slab split by a juggy crack.
FA: Keith Lockwood, Laurie Bennett & Shaun Norman, 21 Apr 2015
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Pharos Gully Heckle and Jeckle Area|
|9||★ Girl Talk
Clean black slab right of 'Heckle'.
FA: Robyn Storer & Sue Baxter, 1985
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Pharos Gully Voidoid Pinnacle|
|8||★★ Barefoot in the Park
Nice rock, nice moves, brilliant nut pro. With that many superlatives it's gotta be worth a star, right?
Start: Start right of 'No Turning Back'.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Tim Lockwood, 1995
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Pharos Gully Huey and Satellites Upper Pharos Gully|
|8||Teddy Bear's Picnic
A short way downhill from Sheer Ecstasy Wall on the same side of the creek is a small wall. At the start there are two left leaning parallel cracks that merge about halfway up. Take the right hand crack. This has a bouldery start. To the top. Good pro and an easy walk off.
FA: Robbie Martin & John Watson, 23 Nov 2013
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Pharos and Surrounds Yesterday Gully Upper Gully|
|9||Two Bob Each Way
Useless. Twin cracks 5 metres left of Trampled Underfoot.
FA: Chris Baxter & Francine Gilfedder, 1976
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Watchtower Faces Pinnacle Face Wedding Tackle Area|
Nice line and rock but still a little shrubby. From the top of this it is a short scramble to the base of 'Mentor' so Kermit/Mentor/The Protege could provide an interesting outing.
Start: Start 30 m L of 'Wedding Tackle'.
FA: Kieran Loughran & Meg Sleeman, 1995
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Watchtower Faces Pinnacle Face Area Below Tiptoe Ridge|
|8||Beer and Trembling
Middle of left wall into shallow corner. Exit left
FA: Greg Pritxchard & Nicki Sunderland, 1992
Bridge up groove at back of alcove, swing left onto large flake.
FA: Greg Pritchard & Phil Wilkins, 1993
|8||★ Tiptoe Ridge Direct Start
Obvious left diagonal to thin crack
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Watchtower Faces Pinnacle Face Siren Area|
1 4 25m
2 8 35m
3 8 35m
4 6 25m
5 9 25m
A wonderful long classic, climbed at the same time as Introductory Route. A remarkably well-conceived line, it culminates in a magnificent final corner.
Start as for Introductory Route, on the right side of the Tiptoe Ridge buttress, about 10 metres right of a major corner (Ordinary Trees), where two detached blocks are sitting just off the ground. There's an overhang about 6 metres up and a large dead tree marking the top of the pitch.
From here either walk off left along terrace and scramble up little gully and wall to top or climb little right-facing corner just left of final belay. This is grade 11.
FA: Greg Lovejoy & Steve Craddock, 1963
Follows the chimney-corner bounding the left edge of the left Watchtower face after starting up Hot Flap's first pitch.
FA: John Bennett & MUMC team. 1960s, 2000
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles The Watchtower Faces The Watchtower|
1 8 40m
2 8 21m
3 9 14m
4 8 30m
A truly great climb up the middle of the Watchtower. Many variants are possible in the middle section and many parties do the Minerva variant (described separately).
Start up the right-hand of the two deep cracks at the base of The Watchtower. This is just left of the undercut section, and 9 metres right of the start of The 'Watchtower Chimney'.
FA: Ian Speedie & Rob McQuilkin, 1964
|9 R||★★★ Arachnus Variant (Minerva)
1 8 40m
2 8 12m
3 9 23m
4 8 30m
A very popular variant on 'Arachnus', but more serious because of the poorly protected section on pitch three.
Start: Start as for 'Arachnus'.
FA: Ivan Dainis & Gwenn Ward, 1965
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Harlequin Cracks Area|
|8||Henry's Sample Is Missing
This pleasant, easy crack midway between The Clown and 'Court Jester' was probably first soloed by Louise to get access to the top of School For Scandal during her massive cleaning exercise.
Another long ramble, about half of which are bits of existing climbs.
FA: Stev Findlay & Keith Lockwood, 15 Aug 2016
|9||★★ Beau Geste
1 9 50m
2 9 13m
3 9 18m
4 9 25m
5 7 30m
A great adventure.
Start below major chimney on left side of cliff.
Note that numerous variants are possible, and have been done, from the middle of pitch 3 to the terrace at the end of pitch 4.
|9||★ Tale of Woe
A popular outing following the prominent diagonal line. Not really sure that it warrants a star though.
FA: Mike Stone & Chris Baxter, 1973
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Shiralee Wall|
|8||★ Cold Episode of Influenza
Takes the low angled groove at right end of wall. Shares anchor with I am a Banana Expert.
FA: Wendy Eden & Geordie Webb, 25 Mar 2016
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Heath Row Buttress|
Looks quite pleasant despite the odd small shrub. Was upgraded to 15 in Carrigan guide; someone must have strayed onto the then unclimbed Maiden Voyeur!
Start: There is a small square chipped in the rock at the base of the route.
FA: Ann & Roland Pauligk, 1973
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Echo Crag|
Not without merit, despite the long scrambling start. Start about 50 metres left of Leaden Echo below black and orange buttress.
FA: Keith Lockwood, Chris Baxter & Ed Neve, 1974
|8||★ Lone Pine Corner
Classic, square-cut corner starting dirctly behind small pine. Finish up easy ground above corner.
FA: Keith, Timothy & Fiona Lockwood, 1993
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Kachoong Area|
Crack 3 metres right of Max is also quite good.
FA: Ann & Roland Pauligk, 1973
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Evelyn and Lou Area|
|8||Better Not Peak
Up the crack then arete till angle eases. Follow sharp arete to spectacular summit.
Start: Start at a crack on the east face of the pinnacle.
FA: Greg Pritchard & James Falla, 1999
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Northern Group Mermaid Avenue|
Up streak and continue straight on.
Start: About 1m left of 'The First Kiddy Climb' and a bit lower is a orange streak in the middle of black.
Sorry kids, but these 2 routes are the complete pox left of the unclimbed grotty corner at the left end of the wall of Mermaid Ave
FA: Jack Synnot, Mark Synnot, Zoe Synnot & Pete Canning, 2005
|8||The First Kiddy Climb
Not destined for greatness, but when you are only 8 and 10 years old putting up a route is exciting.
Start: 1m left of the chimney/corner (unclimbed)
FA: Zoe Synnot, Mark Synnot, Jack Synnot & Pete Canning, 2005
|9||★ Poles Apart
Start: Start just right of 'Stone Age' up to right leaning flake
FA: Chris Baxter & Mike Stone, 1985
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Far North Hum Terrace|
Strenuous for the grade but has great jugs. The Shepherd guide description for 'Menagerie' followed this line but the orginal 'Menagerie' description clearly places it further right.
Start: Start at top of rise behind the largest conifer (?same place as Heavy Petting)
FA: Unknown, 2000
Short red groove, traverse right then up to left-facing corner. Up corner and exit left..
Start: Start right of largest conifer at short red groove.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Ed Neve, 1977
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Far North Werewolf Area|
The huge slabby corner which is essentially the approach ramp for 'Solar City' and 'Werewolf'.
FA: John Chapman, 1976
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Far North Winterset Wall|
Shabby left wall of broken corner immediately left of 'Winterset'. 'Contrived' up middle of slab to finish just left of roof.
FA: Dave Gairns & Chris Baxter, 1982
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Mitre Rock South Mitre|
|9||He Certainly Is
Doesn't look much but has easy climbing on superb rock. Start as for Youth In Asia.
FA: Kieran Loughran & Meg Sleeman, 1999
Takes prominent ramp on the wall left of 'Guiding Light'. Essentially provides an easier finish to 'He Certainly Is'. Start in the gully uphill from 'The Bishop’s Crook'.
FA: Keith Lockwood & Ray Lassman, 24 Sep 2015
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Mitre Rock Hells Bells Area|
|9||★ Hell's Bells
Traverse left and up through a wide crack.
Start: Start 5 metres up and right of "Armageddon" at initials "HB"
FA: Chris Baxter & Andrew Smith, 1967
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Mitre Rock Deacon Area|
|9||★ The Priest
Chimney-crack 2 metres left of "Prelate".
FA: Murray Taylor & Rod Sutherland, 1967
Face 1 metre left of 'The Priest'
FA: Eddie Ozols (solo), 1978
|9||★ The Deacon
The crack at the left end of the wall has a tricky move at half-height.
Start: Start 5 metres left of "Deacon's Dilemma".
FA: Murray Taylor & Rod Sutherland, 1967
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Mitre Rock North Mitre|
|8||★ The Devil's Advocate
Climb short crack 1 metre right of 'Exodus' to ledge then the chimney-gully on the left side of the 'Salem' wall.
FA: Chris Baxter & Andrew Smith, 1967
|8||Pete Made Us Do It
FA: Bendigo CAE Students, 1990
|9||★ The Parson's Nose
Good rock. Takes the prominent prow 30 metres down left of 'Mason's Apron' ; there's a small, chipped mark near the ground..
FA: Peter Watling, Andrew Bowman, Glen Corcoran & Phil Hay, 1973
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Western Side Christmas Walls|
|8||Ode To Mistletoe
Start 3m left of 'First Noel'.
FA: Vince Waters, Noel Whiteside & Iain Sedgman., 2002
|8||Victoria C. Woodhull
Up the line to a left facing corner. Move left onto the slab and up avoiding the corner to finish up a crack/groove.
Start: A few metres left of Ode to 'Mistletoe' and about 4m right
of a large old conifer.
FA: Iain Sedgman & Peter Canning., 2003
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Western Side Campbell's Kingdom|
Up groove. At halfway ledge cross over gully and finish steeply up wide crack on left.
Start: Start at groove on left side of face about 12-13 metres left of pinnacle. Inital S (don\'t get on 'Sundowner' by mistake).
FA: Keith Lockwood & Murray Taylor, 1967
|9||Up Where We Belong
Short, orange corner 15m L of 'Little Ripper', then L to grey, L-facing corner. Up this to tree.
FA: Mike Ashton & Jenny Ashton, 1995
|9||★ Little Ripper
Start in the centre of the pinnacle up and left of Zorba, about 3 metres left of Leprechaun. Up the face just right of the corner to big horizontal then up central crack. Roped scramble off back necessary.
FA: Alec Campbell & John Veasey, 1967
Takes the major right-facing corner that starts from the ledge 25 metres up the cliff.The first pitch is rubbish but the corner is superb. Originally graded 9.
FA: Alec Campbell & John Veasey, 1967
|Australia Victoria North West Arapiles Western Side Pop Wall|
Rubbishy corner just left of chimney to ledge. Finish up face-crack.
FA: Mike Stone, Chris Baxter & Francine Gilfedder, 1976
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Campground Cave Of Ghosts Cliffs|
Summerday-style classic. Six metres right of 'Ghoulies'. Juggy line with the left kink at the end.
FA: Ian Welsby & Colin Mibus, 1989
|8||Spirits In The Sky
North and approximately 45m directly uphill from the Mini 'Castle Crag' is this wall. This corner climb is situated about 12m right of the large cave. Marked by white square.
FA: Ian Welsby, Jane Welsby & Colin Mibus, 1985
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Campground Warden Wall|
Best access to top as well as an easy down climb.
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Campground Sentry Wall|
|9||The First Post
Five metres left of the chimney. A nice short corner to a ledge. 'Escape' off right or thrutch up a wide crack to top.
FA: Gordon Bedford & Gary Lyons, 2005
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mt Stapylton Campground Doddery Rock|
Obvious chimney. Free hanging start, pull up into chimney. About halfway move out slightly right, up over protruding block. Move back on line to top.
FA: Cameron Barrett & Leigh Coles, 2006
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Pohlner Track & Smith's Rd Area Mount of Olives|
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Pohlner Track & Smith's Rd Area Mt Emu|
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Pohlner Track & Smith's Rd Area The Crows Nest|
|9||The Tight Skinned Monkey
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Pohlner Track & Smith's Rd Area The Unnamed Cliff|
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mount Zero Pangaea Walls|
|8||Hop Hop For Cheese
You would have to be extremely desperate.
FA: Geelan, 1991
|Australia Victoria North West Grampians North Grampians Mount Zero 4 Cornered Crag|
The scrubby second corner, R of Waiting.
FA: Bill Andrews & Allan Hope, 1984