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Table of contents

1. Secret Canyon 16 routes in Crag

All Sport
Unique Features And Strengths:

Sheltered climbing to escape the heat


Nice climbing, characteristic of the region, a very nice setting in a canyon and a tunnel leading out. Routes are labelled by name.


From Sleeping Roof part of Sleeping Wall, follow a trail to the left for 200m. You will see the rocks on your right, and you can enter through a tunnel. There is also a more scrambly approach before this which you may inadvertently take.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents

Inside the canyon, opposite and right of the tunnel

1 Living on the Edge

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

6a Sport 18m, 6
2 Oh La La

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

6b Sport 18m, 7
3 Bee Nest

Grade 5c to first anchor. Can continue past anchor and one more bolt to the next anchor, grade 6a

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

5c to 6a Sport 18m, 8
4 Snoopy

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

5b Sport 10m, 5
5 Mein Schatz mit Locken

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

5c Sport 12m

Through the tunnel

6 Chimney Gym

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

5b Sport 12m, 5
7 I Like It Tight

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

5b Sport 12m, 5
8 The Light at the End of the Tunnel

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

4 Sport 12m, 4

Inside the canyon, left of the tunnel

9 Camp 4.20

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

6a Sport 16m, 7
10 Arne the Viking

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

6a Sport 16m, 7
11 Hey Joe

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

6b Sport 15m, 6
12 France Connection

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

6c+ Sport 15m, 5
13 No Wonder

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

6b+ Sport 15m, 5
14 Hope is Born

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2007

6b+ Sport 15m, 5
15 Let's Rock

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

6b+ Sport 12m, 4
16 Wishful Thinking

Set by Thomas Wenk, 2008

6b+ Sport 10m, 5

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
4 The Light at the End of the Tunnel Sport 12m, 4
5b Chimney Gym Sport 12m, 5
I Like It Tight Sport 12m, 5
Snoopy Sport 10m, 5
5c Mein Schatz mit Locken Sport 12m
5c to 6a Bee Nest Sport 18m, 8
6a Arne the Viking Sport 16m, 7
Camp 4.20 Sport 16m, 7
Living on the Edge Sport 18m, 6
6b Hey Joe Sport 15m, 6
Oh La La Sport 18m, 7
6b+ Hope is Born Sport 15m, 5
Let's Rock Sport 12m, 4
No Wonder Sport 15m, 5
Wishful Thinking Sport 10m, 5
6c+ France Connection Sport 15m, 5