Climbing Arapiles – A vertical slice of Australian heaven

During early May 2014, I spent some glorious days rock climbing together with Alan Silva at Mt Arapiles in Western Victoria.  Mt Arapiles may be unfamiliar to non-climbing folk. However to rock climbers it is world-famous with over 3000 routes established on this amazing rock formation.  I will let the photographs speak for themselves to show the wonderful time we had sampling Mt Arapiles more well-known climbs.  We climbed a number of the ‘classic’ routes with names such as “The Bard, Muldoon, Syrinx, D-Major, The Trapeze, D-Minor & Piccolo”.  Mt Arapiles is around 3.5 hours drive from Melbourne and well worth a visit even if you are just going for a walk to enjoy the view.  All photo credits are to Alan Silva & Grant Rawlinson.

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Posted on May 5, 2014, in All sorts, rock climbing and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Therese Kapaun

    Glad you guys made it to Araps and had a great time.

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  2. Helen Rawlinson

    Hi Grant

    How are you guys doing? Hope you enjoyed Australia

    I am coming to Amsterdam course 18-20 June then going on to Seattle for a week back at Harborview

    I am wondering if you will be around Singapore 16/17 June for a night or so or if you away with work?

    I have not looked at flights yet

    Cheers Helen

    Date: Mon, 5 May 2014 06:59:07 +0000 To: helenrawlinson@hotmail.com

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