This is a definitive guidebook describing the bouldering in the Grampians, which is Australia’s bouldering mecca. The Grampians National Park is huge, but from the northern tip at Mt Stapylton to the Victorian Range in the south, there is World class bouldering on fantastic sandstone rock.
The guidebook describes over 1,330 boulder problems, including many that have never been documented before, with problems ranging from V0 to V12. All the problems are shown on colour photo topos along with a description.
The guidebook is split into 6 regions and covers 29 different crags. At the start of each crag there is description of the style and aspect of the bouldering to be found, access information and an approach map. A chart shows the number of routes at each grade from V0 to V12.
Published in September 2016, this updated 2nd edition contains nearly double the number of problems from the first edition.
Number of pages is 350.
Size is 150mm x 210mm (A5).