The Grampians quite possibly offer more climbs in the one general location than any other place in Australia. There are literally thousands of routes to tick spread out over a vast mountainous and forested park, with some areas requiring lengthy approaches into remote wilderness, along rough dirt roads and faint walking tracks. If you're on a lightening tour of Victorian climbing you'll probably get more 'bang for your buck' at Mt Arapiles where almost all the routes are within walking distance of the one camp site.
The Grampians Selected Climbs guidebook is a selected guide to one of the most important climbing areas in Australia. Forty major cliffs are covered with 800 climbs, 60 maps and topos, 120 photographs, history detail and visitors information.