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Sublime Climbs - A Guide to the best rock climbing venues in Victoria, Australia.By Kevin Lindorff, Josef Goding & Jarrod Hodgson. Over 700 climbs, 158 phototopos, 36 maps, and 380 pages covering the best of Mt Arapiles, Mt Buffalo and the Grampians $45.00
Was camping at the Wolgan this Easter, and couldn't stop looking at this amazing line on Mystery Mountain (opposite Old Baldy). I think the area is called the Landslide Area, and the line is the obvious huge corner on the LH boundary of the big yellow face. There is a big (offwidth/squeeze chimney size?) crack running up the corner for about 35m to a curved ledge, then directly up again for another 25-30m to an overhang at the top of the yellow face. Looks like a crack through this overhang giving access to the grey face above, then another crack diagonally up and right through this grey face for another 25m or so. It is a very obvious line, so presumably done before, but I couldn't find any descriptions for routes on this face. Anyone know what it is?