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Table of contents

1. The Great Wall 9 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Mostly Sport
Description:

The Great Wall is a massive limestone cliff located approximately 45 minutes drive North West of Yangshuo. This impressive cliff is located deep in the countryside, is situated high up on a hill and offers spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. The crag is north facing and is in the shade all day until late in the afternoon. Climbs on offer include multi and single pitch routes. The crag sees little traffic and there is some loose rock so helmets are recommended. The cliff is relatively remote with a mountain like feel about it, so it’s more suited to competent experienced climbers.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Heavens Gate

This is the access route to the main ledge.

5.10bSport 40m
2 * Close to Paradise

Pitch 1: 5.10a, 13m. Pitch 2: 5.10c, 25m. Pitch 3: 5.9, 13 m. Pitch 4: 5.10b, 13m

5.10cSport 64m
3 ** Inscrutible

Pitch 1: 5.10b, 24m. Pitch 2: 5.10, 25m.

5.10bSport 49m
4 ** Blasphemy Crack 5.11bSport 20m
5 ** Barberians 5.10aSport 23m
6 * Yosemite Flake Route 5.9Sport 24m
7 The Drill Debacle

Starts at the far left side of Beijing ledge.

FA: Bob Keaty & Tyson Wallace, 2008

5.8Unknown
8 High Time**

The blunt arete to the right of Inscrutible.

5.10bSport 24m
9 Ride of the Valkyrie 5.10cSport

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.8 The Drill Debacle Unknown
5.9 * Yosemite Flake Route Sport 24m
5.10a ** Barberians Sport 23m
5.10b * Heavens Gate Sport 40m
High Time** Sport 24m
** Inscrutible Sport 49m
5.10c * Close to Paradise Sport 64m
Ride of the Valkyrie Sport
5.11b ** Blasphemy Crack Sport 20m