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This wall is the obvious wave-shaped formation that sits below the TNT, Vatican, and Condundrums walls on the east side of the Canyon.

Access issues inherited from El Potrero Chico

Most of the climbing here is in a State Park and there is no fee to enter. Please help maintain a clean environment in order to help maintain these privileges.



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Grade Route

There is a 4 bolt extension to this route that goes at 5.10b.

FA: Magic Ed

FA: Mirek Hcadik & June Ray

FA: Edgardo Baca, Vicente Gil & Magic Ed

FA: Mack Hargrave

This route climbs up and finishes above the large tall tufa in the center of the wall. If you only climb the tufa at the top the grade changes to 5.12c.

FA: Dane Bass, Rick Ross & Simeon Heimowitz

This route climbs up the right side of the wave feature on the wall. Climb past the sub anchors that are needed if using a 60 meter rope.

FA: Magic Ed, Vicente Gil & Edgardo Baca

The far right route on The Wave wall that climbs up to and through the chimney at the top.

FA: Dane Bass

FA: Mike Burdon & Andrew Lang, 2015

FA: Andrew Lang & Mike Burdon, 2015

Short and sweet route where the wave wraps around to the right. Chossy for the first 10 feet or so but solid climbing for the rest.

FA: Mike Burdon, 2015

This is a short not so good route on the wall opposite The Wave all by itself. Poorly bolted and recently cleaned up a bit from loose rock and vegetation.


Check out what is happening in The Wave.