A stunning granite peak in the Paparoa Ranges. The South Face of Mt Euclid has a huge amount of rock climbing potential. Many routes are possible on the 250 metres high vertical face. The rock type is granite, featured with great friction and many quartz veins for holds. Protection is good in general, but most placements require some excavation of vegetation.
Access: Best approach is via an unmarked track off of a logging skid by the Little Totara River (See topo). Access to base of track is possible with 4wd or take a mountain bike ~10km. The track is roughly flagged up to Mt Fleming then traverse around to the south face of Euclid. Many potential bivvy rocks with small tarns dotted around the basin, or good camping next to the lake.