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The Australian Route Register
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Centurion Walls Main Cliff
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|Description:||One of the best winter sport crags in the Grampians with sun all day. Hot, dry and close to Melbourne for day trips! This steep, and sometimes sandy wall stretches for several hundred metres with nice flat belay stances and fine views over the plains. It was developed in the late 90s and early 00s and some routes suffer from the 'not enough bolts' and 'stupid one piece of trad mixed route' concept. The cliff alternates between solid orange rock and shoddy sandy rubbish. Rock quality is generally poorer than much of the Grampians (think Blue Mountains), so take extra care, especially after rainfall when rock strength is halved. The access track arrives below the route Damage Done.|
|Rock:|| ||Walk:|| 15-30 mins|