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Pilot resides in the north east of Victoria, near the little town of
Beechworth, famous for it's superb bakery. It's worth the trip just for
the culinary delights and the nearby waterfall, though the climbing ain't
too shabby either. Download the complete guide from the VCC as a
document (153 Kb).
For a first visit head for "Bakery Wall". Given the
proximity of Mt Buffalo, one
might be tempted to dismiss Mt Pilot, however, at least this one portion
has some good rock.
Above Left & Middle: Bakery Wall and Dentistry Wall Upper.
Photos By Neil Monteith. Above Far Right: Jackie Leading the
classic 'The Beechworth Bakery' (21), A beautiful thin finger crack. Photo
By Shaun Kratzer.
Check the gallery for
Victoria - A rock climbing guide, edited by Michael Hampton,
Robin Holmes, Paul Martin & Others, and available from local
climbing shops, or the VCC.
Beechworth Historic Park - Park's Victoria's page on the area.
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