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Red Rock Pinnacles

  - Gariwerd (The Grampians)
    - 07. The Victoria Range
      - 2. Red Rock Road (incl. Muline, Mt Fox, Red Rocks, Far Pavilion, The Tower)
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Description:This complex area has emerged from obscurity and now contains a wealth of quality sport, semi-sport and trad routes.With easy access and a good variety of grades this crag is destined for popularity. The three dimensional nature of the area means you can climb in the shade all day long or be protected from light rain. The big boulder caves also offer great exploration and have the habit of eating loose shoes or �biners. Routes have a mixture of old school hangerless machine bolts and newer ringbolts and fixed hangers. A basic trad rack is required on some of these climbs.
Location:12 minutes mostly flat walk.

Park on Red Rock Road immediately opposite the large pinnacle with distinctive steep orange west face about 1km south of Mt Fox carpark (refer to Grampians Select guide by Tempest/Mentz). Hop over the fence and stroll across the paddocks and enter some light scrub (hopefully spotting the local emus and grey kangaroos). The first big boulder with a couple of rusty hangers on the west face is Pellant Pinnacle.

Some of this information comes from Micheal Hampton�s forthcoming Victoria Ranges guidebook. Buy it in a store - some time this decade - perhaps.

Rock:   Walk:   5-15 mins
Kid friendly:YesAuthor:nmonteith


Map One

(scaled down)


1 :     A Kilogram Of Pellant Please   -   verified 12m 16trad
 Flake crack at left end of wall.
FA: Rick Jeukin, Ross Meffin - 1991-04-00
2 :     Big Red Horny Thing   -   verified 10m 14mixed
 Blunt orange arete with large horn right of Kilogram etc. Two useless FHs which are positioned in impossible to clip situations. Ignore them and place good trad instead. Rap off bollard or continue up another 20m of rubbish juggy rock. The start is much harder than grade 14.
FA: Rick Jeukin & Ross Meffin - 1991-09-00
3 :     Sharon's Face (Project)   -   verified 8m 23trad
 Needs bolts. Orange face and thin flake.
FA: Top-roped Sharon George 2004
4 :     Bottom Juice   -   verified 7m 16mixed
 Not very appetising and hopelessly contrived. Flake (2 FHs), at right end of west wall.

FA: Rick Jeukin & Ross Meffin - 1991-09-00
5 :     Kauk Is My Hero   -   verified 25m 16trad
 Ron would be ashamed of this effort. left orange streak on wall right of Bottom Juice, then wall above to rap station.

FA: Ross Meffin - 1991-09-00
6 :     An Ewok Adventure 25m 14   -   verified 25m 14trad
 Orange streak on right, then to Kauk Is My Hero’s rap station.
FA: Ross Meffin, Rick Jeukin (solo) - 1991-09-00
7 :     Vertebrae   -   verified     IMG 10m 19sport
4 bolts
 The first route most people do at Red Rocks. A great novelty warm-up. The route climbs the ‘backbone’ scoopy arete of the uphill side of the pillar past four FH’s. Rap off double rings.
FA: Neil Monteith - 2002-09-01
8 :     The Backbone   -   verified 11m 23sport
5 bolts
 Contrived. Up Vertebrae to 4th bolt then step delicately right onto arete and around onto face (FH). Desperate move up small edges to good finger lock finish. DRB lower-off.
FA: Neil Monteith - 2006-11-12
9 :     Get What You Paid For   -   verified 15m 23sport
 Starts 2m left of Vertebrae. Pumpy underclings and nigh all footholds keep the juices flowing in the forearms. An interesting assortment of bolting technology adorns this climb. Five FH’s and a u-bolt loweroff. A large wire could be useful between bolts one and two.
FA: Neil Monteith & Adam Demmert - 2004-12-04
10 :     Kentucky Fried Clippin   -   verified 8m 20sport
3 bolts
 Overheating sport fun for summer. Thin climbing up short rounded arete opposite Vertabrae. Three FHs. On the first ascent they lowered off a hanging tree branch above the route - but this tree subsequently fell down in 2010 (!) so walk back 10m to tree belay.
FA: Kent Paterson & Neil Monteith - 2005-03-12
11 :     Sweat of Effort   -   verified 18m 23trad
 Prominent leftwards leaning line on west facing wall 30m south of Vertebrae. Bulgy Arapiles style rock. Awkward slabby closed corner to start then pumpy traversing to finish. Good gear but needs a bit of a clean.
FA: Malcolm Matheson & Neil Monteith - 2004-12-12
12 :     Red Rock Arete   -   verified     IMG 35m 23trad
 A fairly good climb, taking the L arete of the main face. Start from a ledge gained by scrambling up the boulder choked gully. Climb a short crack from the R side of the ledge then move back left to the arete and up and slightly right to more cracks leading up to the arete again. Move around left of the arete and up to a ledge (belay possible) to finish up the final, steeply overhanging arete. Double ropes a
must. Steve Monks, Louise Shepherd, Peter Riddy March 89
FA: Steve Monks, Louise Shepherd, Peter Riddy - 1989-03-00
13 :     English Rose   -   verified     IMGIMG 45m 26mixed
 A continuous pitch up the centre of the face, gradually steepening as it goes. Desperate friction moves (mossy) 5m left of Redback lead past a BR to a slim groove. Up left past a
second BR to gain a thin crack which leads to the prominent diagonal. Continue more easily up the left leading diagonal crack to a thin vertical crack. When the crack ends, lurch left to gain another overhanging crack, which leads to the top. First pitch is mossy.
FA: Steve Monks, Jane Wilkinson - 1989-03-00
14 :     Redback   -   verified     IMGIMGIMG 55m 25mixed
 Needs a good brushing down low. A fine face pitch leads to wild swings through the top overhang. 1) 25m (24) Climb tenuously past a BR 10m L of the R arete and continue R-ward to a second BR. Up and R to good slots and continue diagonally R to gain short groove and the ledge on SW arete. 2) 30m (25) Up to gain the prominent undercut ‘jug’ on the arete. Heave over the roof and up to a rest. Swing around on to the W face and go up, it gets easier, to the top. The bolts don’t look so flash anymore.
FA: Steve Monks, Jane Wilkinson, Martin Scheel - 1989-00-00
15 :     Dang   -   verified     IMG 9m 20sport
3 bolts
 An alternative first pitch to Redback. Starts 10m down and left of Conflict of Interest at prominent arête between west facing orange wall and south facing grey wall. Nice balancy climbing with three FH’s. Lower off bolted anchor or consider continuing upwards into Redback pitch 2 – grade 25.
FA: Neil Monteith & Malcolm Matheson - 2004-12-12
16 :     Red Ragging   -   verified 30m 17trad
 One for the peak baggers. The easiest route on the southern pinnacle. Scramble up the S face to a ledge on the SW arete. Traverse right above red overhang with poor pro then climb directly to the top on juggy grey rock.
FA: Louise Shepherd, Steve Monks, Peter Riddy - 1989-03-00
17 :     The Propaganda Machine   -   verified 35m 19trad
 Starts 3m right of Red Ragging on south face of southern pinnacle. Up
and left on orange rock with no gear to left leading small crack through bulge at 5m. Stem through bulge and swing out left to meet up with Red Ragging. Follow it for a few metres then head diagonally right aiming for the prominent left leaning orange corner. Up corner using jugs on big hollow sounding block to finish with bouldery left traverse to ledge.
FA: Neil Monteith & Rohan Archibald - 2003-03-23
18 :     Full Metal Vengeance   -   verified     IMG 30m 23sport
 This one’s for Justin Thyme. A long juggy wall climb with a hard roof move down low. Start as for Conflict of Interest on the south face of the southern pillar. At COI’s first FH step left to UB and power through awkward roof and vague finger crack to stance. Up with a slight right trend past five further UB’s to the same anchor as COI. Beware the runout just before the anchor. Some medium wires could be useful if you aren’t feeling bold.
FA: Neil Monteith & Jono Schimdt - 2005-01-02
19 :     Conflict of Interest   -   verified     IMG 30m 20sport
10 bolts
 Popular. Sport climbing up a grey techincal face on nubbins. Starts about 5m right of Red Ragging on far right side of the south face. Wander up ultra grey jugs (two FHs) for 6m until you reach the red scooped rock (FH), step right then up through small roof then onwards past seven ringbolts to DRB lower off. Grade depends on how direct you pull the roof move. The further right you go the easier it gets! Watch your rope length on the lower-off.
FA: Neil Monteith & Nick McKinnon - 2002-10-12
20 :     Conflicting Vengeance Linkup   -   verified     IMG 30m 19sport
 Links the start of Conflict of Interest into the excellent juggy finish of Full Metal Vengeance. Cross over at COI's third bolt.
FA: Neil Monteith - 2005-00-00
21 :     Chrysalis   -   verified     IMGIMG 20m 27sport
 Rising techincal traverse and crimpy face out left from Fat Fingered Freak.
From FFFs 2nd bolt head hard left on shallow slots to big break. Shake, then crimp like a fiend to next big break. Finish up further thin stuff to lower-off. 6 rings. 4th bolt is hard to clip without extension.
FA: Neil Monteith - 2007-10-13
22 :     Fat Fingered Freak   -   verified     IMG 20m 23sport
 Pumpy with some novelty moves. Located 10m right of Conflict Of Interest in shaded chasm. Bouldery steep short corner (stickclip RB) to ledge. Step right then up left facing flake system (three RBs) to rap chain. Last bolt was added after first ascent.
FA: Nick McKinnon & Neil Monteith - 2002-01-27
23 :     Variance   -   verified     IMGIMG 20m 23mixed
4 bolts
 One of the best routes here and quite popular. Varied climbing! Starts 5m right of Fat Fingered Freak. Stick clip RB from block. Jump for jug and mantle onto ledge. Clip BR and step right then trend back left along sloping orange edge (BR) to under cracked bulge. Pull through this strenuously protected by stonker medium wires to jug at base of small corner. Clip BR; stem into corner for a few moves then reach out left to escape hold that leads to jugs and top. Single set of wires and a finger size cam is the only trad gear required.
FA: Neil Monteith & Nick McKinnon - 2002-03-02
24 :     One Ring to Bind Them   -   verified     IMG 15m 23sport
4 bolts
 The overhung knifeblade arete about 5m right of Variance. Surprisingly pumpy and sustained. Stickclip RB for bouldery start then hang on for the ride up fragile sharp pockets and flakes past a BR and three UBs. This used to be mostly trad but was subsequently retroed to make it actually enjoyable. It was even solo-aided on trad by Neil as a means to get to the summit!
FA: Neil Monteith & Nick McKinnon - 2002-03-02
25 :     
I Just Called To Say I Love You   -   verified
15m 18 M1trad
 Starts 7m right of One Ring To Bind Them. Right leading ramp leads to bulge, then left past protruding knob and up. Watch for the perched block of doom. Leader slung knob for aid.
FA: Gay Welders Union - 2002-01-00
26 :     Grey Matter   -   verified 25m 13trad
 Long gentle wall left of Womble. First move off the ground is the crux. John Taylor and Mark Sewell did an un-recorded climb in this vicinity during Easter 1978. Start in the gap between Red Rock Pinnacle and the Hamstrung pinnacle. Pull onto the wall then follow intermittent seams up the grey wall, trending gradually rightwards. If the first move is problematic, you can bridge between the two pinnacles.

FA: Keith Lockwood, Pete Canning, Norm Booth, Ed Neve - 2003-05-03
27 :     Womble   -   verified 20m 13trad
 Easy juggy face on wall opposite I Just Called etc. Start on the right side just left of the arete. Rock is fragile and protection is a little sparse. This is the easiest way to the summit.
FA: Gay Welders Union - 2002-01-00
28 :     
So, You Think You Can Dance?   -   verified
15m 20mixed
 Skanky. The arete with two RBs just right of Womble, via the undercut direct start. Missing a third bolt. Stickclip first bolt, and step across from small block oposite to gain rock. Up very fragile mega jugs onto arete. Scamper up the left side (trying to avoid Womble). Place some marginal wires in fragile rock then go up and clip third FH of Dislocation (with difficulty). Finish up the arete past another FH to lower-off.
FA: Neil Monteith & Adam Demmert - 2006-12-16
29 :     Dislocation   -   verified     IMG 15m 21sport
 A much better way onto the arete via the orange face around right.
Start just left of large suspended block, 3m left of Stricke The First Blow and 2m right of the left arete.
Easily to FH, then streeeeetch up the wall to good edge. Mantle into scoop, FH, then up short left facing flake and step left onto arete. Easily up this past two FHs. Lower-off.
FA: Neil Monteith, Adam Demmert & Mark Gould - 2006-12-16
30 :     Strike the First Blow   -   verified     IMGIMG 17m 25mixed
 On the east face in the chasm proper. Starts from large suspended chock-stone bridge. Three FH’s up rounded rib leads to jug. Traverse right along break past large wire placement and FH then head straight up (FH) to chain. Route was originally climbed direct from the last FH instead of traversing off to the right on 'cheat' jugs.
FA: Neil Monteith, Nick McKinnon, Marcel Geelen - 2002-01-26
31 :     Static Ticking Rampage   -   verified     IMGIMG 20m 22sport
 Scoopy steep sport route. Starts below suspended chockstone belay of STFB on backside of northern pinnacle. Up into scoop and over rooflet then easily up jugs to tricky step right onto small ledge. Blast straight up orange overhung wall above to horizontal break and finish up left past the last FH of STFB to its rap chain. 6 RBs.
FA: Neil Monteith & Tim Lee - 2003-10-27
32 :     A Bolt Too Far   -   verified 10m 22sport
 A rising pumpy traverse line which doesn’t quite go to the top of the cliff (yet). Starts 5m right of Static Ticking Rampage at rounded arête in shady cave. Stick-clip first bolt to protect balancy start. Monkey, huff and puff along break which keeps getting steeper and more strenous to lower-off fourth UB (5th bolt above is an open project). Stays dry in all weather.
FA: Adam Demmert, Neil Monteith & Catherine de vaus - 2006-05-21
33 :     Struck Twice   -   verified     IMG 17m 24sport
 Zig zagging seam on orange bulging north face about 10m right of Static Ticking Rampage. The last great line of Red Rocks? Five years in the making after an aborted bolting attempt by Nick and Neil in 2001. Stickclip then batman up to first UB (or attempt the V10+ direct start!) Rightwards along very sloping rail then blast straight up bugling seam above. 6 UBs and double ring lower-off.
FA: Neil Monteith & Adam Demmert - 2006-05-14
34 :     Hamstrung   -   verified 30m 18trad
 Directly left of English Rose is a gully. Left of this is an Arapiles style unclimbed overhung crack. Left of this is an easy angled left facing orange corner (about 10m right of Struck Twice). Up this to meet with top of pine tree. Peer around the corner to find horizontal rising crack with occasional tufts of grass. Traverse desperately along this with nigh all footholds to end up perched on sharp rest flake. Finish up easy jugs to top.
FA: Neil Monteith & Nick McKinnon - 2002-03-02
35 :     Insha'Allah   -   verified     IMGIMG 15m 27sport
 Long admired - now climbed! The u-bolted flared shiny orange crack on the west face of the Northern Pinnacle about 5m right of Hamstrung.
Brutal fingerlocks to start then up short reachy corner. Campus right along slick break to final crimpy face finish. Sustained. 6 bolts and lower-off.
FA: Adam Demmert - 2007-10-13
36 :     Bellrock   -   verified 17m 21sport
 The black slabs opposite Static Ticking Rampage with prominant bolts. The left line. Up the slab past three FHs. A thin crux through the bulge (way above the last bolt!) and finish up the arête as for Gandolf the Grey. May be easier if you are tall.
FA: Ben Hawthorne & Hugh Williams - 2005-02-00
37 :     Gandolf the Grey   -   verified 17m 17sport
 Slab climbing in the Grampians? The right hand side line past one UB and four FHs. Pass 1st FH on the right to finish up the arête to a double bolt lower off.
FA: Ben Hawthorne and Hugh Williams - 2005-02-00
38 :     Wimbleton   -   verified 40m 14trad
 Directly opposite Strike the First Blow, is a juggy wall. Start a few metres right and climb the grey face which gets easier the higher you get. At the small red cave climb out the overhung right side and up easily to ledge. There is a mystery bolted rap anchor in the cave.
FA: Gay Welders Union - 2002-09-00
39 :     Moria   -   verified 40m 16trad
 Another worthless addition. Starts about 3m right of Wimbleton at smooth part of grey wall. Up a few moves then right 2m. Follow easing seam, trending slightly left, to break overhang just right of the small red cave on Wimbleton.

FA: Keith & Tim Lockwood, Ray Lassman - 2003-04-19
40 :     Height of Darkness   -   verified 20m 15mixed
 Not exactly Neil and Jacqui's finest hour. Grey slabby wall directly opposite Fat Fingered Freak and 50m right of Moria. Bouldery start which relents to big pockets and some seriously large jugs at end. Three BR’s and natural pro. First ascent was climbed in the pitch dark. Needs a proper lower-off, but you can currently use a collection of slings around a bollard.

FA: Neil Monteith & Jacqui Middleton - 2003-09-21
41 :     Bikini Bootcamp     IMG 10m 20sport
 A good warm-up route or worthwhile in its own right.
Starts just right of descent gully for the Back Wall routes (about 10m right of Height of Darkness) at small pillar.
Undercut start then balancy arete to finish. Four RBs and lower-off.
FA: Neil Monteith & Adam Demmert - 2007-09-01
42 :     Two Weeks to a Beach Body   -   verified     IMG 11m 22sport
 Intense plaything.
Starts 1m right of Bikini Bootcamp.
Bouldery start up undercut block (RB) then span right (RB) to buckets. Up juggy wall above (RB) to anchors of Bikini Bootcamp.
FA: Neil Monteith - 2007-10-07
43 :     Gimli   -   verified 25m 14trad
 Starts 3m right of Bikini Bootcamp. Climb easy-angled grey rib for about 7m, step left then steeply to top of pinnacle. Descent can be accomplished over the next pinnacle or off the rap anchors on Bikini Bootcamp.

FA: Ray Lassman, Keith & Tim Lockwood - 2003-04-19
44 :     No Habla Espanol   -   verified 14m 16trad
 On the South East face of the pinnacle is a bottomless wide crack. Up crack (crux) on good gear then head left up rampy corner. Finish up vertical crack on jugs. Rap from bolt anchors above Je Ne Parle Pas Francais.

FA: Marcel Geelen & Jac Cutter - 2002-10-13
45 :     Je Ne Parle Pas Français   -   verified     IMG 14m 23sport
 Technical slabby crimpers.
Starts 3m left of No Habla Espanol.
Fingery vertical start up subtle left facing corner, desperate middle and easy finale. Four FH's and optional hand sized cam for the easy juggy finish.
FA: Neil Monteith - 2007-10-06
46 :     Ich Spreche Nicht Deutsches   -   verified 10m 19trad
 Short steep crack.
On the north side of the pillar are two right leading lines. This one climbs the right one. When the crack runs out reach up to horizonal, then step right and up juggy groove to top. Rap off anchors above Je Ne Parle Pas Francais.
Protects with good medium wires and fist sized cams.
FA: Neil Monteith - 2007-10-07
47 :     Non Parlo Italiano   -   verified     IMG 10m 23mixed
 Short intense fun on great quality rock.
Starts 3m left of Ich Spreche Nicht Deutsches, just left of small tree.
Up right on jugs to break, boulder out left over bulge (RB) to seams. Whack in some trad gear and up wall above to final reachy pull to summit jugs and rap rings.
FA: Neil Monteith - 2007-10-07
    Human Centipede   -   verified     IMG 10m 20trad
 Right facing flake crack on south facing wall of gully 100m below Insh'Allah. Could be hard to find! The hand crack peters out making the last few metres quite exciting - fiddly wires protect these moves. Walk off and down climb the west end of the pinnacle.
FA: Neil Monteith & Vanessa Wills - 2011-11-11
48 :     Aleutian Crack   -   verified     IMG 35m 16trad
 The shrubbery isn’t as bad as it looks! On the left side of the entrance to the Marianas Trench there is a wide crack. From the ground, scramble up on jumbled blocks for 5 meters to gain the base of the crack. A couple of layback moves take you to a grassy ledge. Climb the slab on the left of the crack to avoid some vegetation before stepping back into the line and on to the top. A big cam (4 Camalot or similar) is useful.
FA: David Jupp & Tim Marsh - 2002-11-01
49 :     Pike   -   verified 35m 17trad
 Good, delicate and well protected slab climbing. The slab and shallow cracks 5 meters left of Aelutian Crack. Climb short grassy crack onto the slab then follow the cracks to the base of the compact red/orange corner. Move left and finish up Cindy.
FA: David Jupp, Tim Marsh & Michael Homfray - 2002-11-16
50 :     Pike Direct   -   verified 35m 21trad
 A direct finish up the compact red/orange corner and the arete above has been top roped in the low 20’s (depending upon reach), however, both rock and protection are poor.
FA: Tim Marsh & Michael Homfray - 2002-00-00
51 :     Cindy   -   verified 35m 14trad
 Well protected moderate slab climbing with an entertaining finish. The short chimney crack to a dog leg crack three meters left of Pike. Take the ramp up right to the base of the shallow orange corner at the apex of the wall which is passed on the right.
FA: David Jupp & Tim Marsh - 2002-11-03
52 :     Elver   -   verified 30m 9trad
 Two meters left of Cindy is a broken chimney which splits the slab in half. Start 1-2m left of this chimney (5m left of Cindy) and follow the cracks in the slab before weaving through the tufts of grass above. A tricky start with minimal gear quickly gives way to very easily protected if occasionally mossy climbing.
FA: David Jupp, Michael Homfray & Tim Marsh - 2002-11-17
53 :     Wave of Mutilation   -   verified     IMGIMG 10m 24sport
 A tricky crux on sensational turtle shell rock. The route begins at the left hand end of the Trench. Follow three FH to a chain anchor. A #2 Rock will protect the start, or stick-clip the first bolt.
FA: Tim Marsh - 2002-11-16
54 :     Bathysphere   -   verified     IMG 15m 25sport
 One of the hardest routes at Red Rocks. Unrepeated. Four FHs up thin orange face 3m right of Wave of Mutilation. Finish is an awkard and tough mantle into the scoop.
FA: Tim Marsh - 2004-00-00
55 :     Spinal Tap   -   verified     IMGIMG 25m 23sport
 Would be a three star megaclassic if it wasn't tucked away in this gully. 4m right of Wave of Mutilation. Chimney up the start to the first FH. Flakes, pockets and heucos lead up steep orange wall past eight FHs. Watch the lurking block behind you between the fourth and sixth bolts.
FA: Neil Monteith & Nick McKinnon - 2003-01-02
56 :     Used Platypus Condom   -   verified     IMG 15m 18mixed
 Steep pumpy jug hauling on orange rock. Located on upper wall deep inside chasm. Two RB’s to start then medium gear to DRB lower off.

FA: Neil Monteith & Dean Chamberlain - 2002-10-12
57 :     Over And Out   -   verified 12m 18trad
 Wide overhung trench 4m right of Used Platypus Condom. No wide trad gear required. Surprisingly steep and interesting. Walk off descent.

FA: Neil Monteith & Hannah Lockie - 2005-12-10
58 :     Raver Girl   -   verified     IMG 15m 20mixed
 A pumpy rising traverse on gritty rock with a nails hard start. Starts 5m right of Over And Out at right edge of undercut grey wall. Boulder past FH to gain horizontals. Monkey leftwards across these (medium SLCD’s) to a flake forming an arête. Up this arete (FH) to finish. Walk off descent.
FA: Hannah Lockie & Neil Monteith - 2005-12-10
59 :     Raver Boy   -   verified     IMG 11m 21mixed
 A thin direct finish to Raver Girl. Climb past first FH to horizontals. Arrange pro (medium SLCD's) and head rightwards on thin crimpers past FH to good holds. Up juggy wall past 3rd FH to top. Walk off descent.
FA: Neil Monteith & Hannah Lockie - 2005-12-10
    Circling The Square 12m 15trad
 Starts just left of centre of wall.
Pull onto wall - a few sloping holds then good holds come to hand.
FA: Anthony Pattison, Steve Holloway, Amanda Cole - 2004-01-24
    Squaring The Circle 12m 17trad
 Start about 3 metres right of Circling The Square
Bouldery start fromm small boulder (figures). Step up then right a little. Climb straight up through cleanest rock, finish slightly left on good holds.
FA: Steve Holloway, Amanda Cole, Glen Buchanan, Anthony Pattison, Martin Taton - 1994-01-24

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