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Description

An excellent soloing/bouldering or top-roping area with potential at higher grades. Short grey walls upstream from the defensive wall and at the bottom of the stains. The first route starts immediately behind the lines.

Ethic inherited from Victoria Lines

As with most of Malta bolting is discouraged, a few exceptions are allowed

  1. As rap points, and

  2. where ground strikes are likely

but otherwise there are enough points to place gear

Routes

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Grade Route
1
UK VD Short and Steep Trad 5m

The slab left of the concrete chimney.

2
FR 5a * Longer and Steeper Trad 6m

Gain the concrete chimney from below, climb the right edge of the top chimney then swing right to finish up the wall.

3
FR 5c * Swift Undercut Trad 6m

The center of the wall

4
FR 5b * Temptation Trad 6m

Pockets just left of Birds Nest Crack.

5
FR 4c Birds Nest Crack Trad 6m

Up a thin crack near the righthand end of the wall

6
FR D Scooped Corner Trad 5m

A descent route above the boulder

7
FR V0 * Mid-Line Girdle Boulder 12m

Start at the boulder, traverse left mid-height to the end.

8
FR 4c * Esscence of Fig Trad 7m

Right of the boulder behind the carob tree and above a cracked corner. Go over a bulge into a bowl and finish up the crack above. Route os overgrown with vegetation.

9
FR V4 ** Sombrero Boulder 8m

The lefthand section of a bulging wall above a shelf. Sharp pockets and no gear

10
FR 4b * Deceptive Trad 8m

Start below a scoop at the righthand end of the wall above the shelf, up this to a t then left on big pockets to the top.

11
FR 4b Crokey Trad 7m

Just right is a left slanting crack behind the carob tree.

12
UK VD Razor crack Trad 9m

Pass another crack and tree to climb a curved crack direct.

13
FR 5b * Engagement Trad 8m

Just to the right of Razor crack, climb the whitish streak on the left side of the grey wall.

14
FR 5b Disengagement Trad 8m

The bulge at the righthand end of the wall and above the start of the approach traverse