Two men have died in a climbing accident in South Australia's Flinders Ranges, with a retrieval operation set to begin, police say.
The alarm was raised shortly after 1pm on Sunday at the Moonarie Climbing Area after other climbers noticed the men's empty campsite, media reports say.
The bodies of a 62-year-old man from Norwood and a 44-year-old man from Fairview Park were spotted at the bottom of a cliff at Wilpena Pound.
Tactical police are expected to fly into the region on Monday morning where they will be assisted by local patrols and SES volunteers. The area is extremely remote and in inaccessible terrain.
The families of the men have requested privacy at this time, police said.
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