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Table of contents

1. Low Tide Wall 6 routes in Area

Sport and Unknown

Long/Lat: 98.843863, 8.004696


Like the name suggests, you can only climb here at low tide. It also gets shade only in the afternoon, so if you're only here for a week or two there'll only be a few days where low tide coincides with afternoon shade, so its worth planning ahead to visit this crag on the days that work. Its worth it, the routes are stellar.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 A Walk In The Park 6a AU:17 Sport 15m
2 *** The Narsilion 7a AU:23 Unknown 25m
3 *** Definitely Makes You Whinge 7c AU:27 Unknown 30m
4 *** Strider 7a+ AU:25 Sport 27m
5 * Low Tide 6b AU:21 Sport 45m
6 High Tide 6b+ Sport 53m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
6a A Walk In The Park Sport 15m
6b+ High Tide Sport 53m
6b * Low Tide Sport 45m
7a *** The Narsilion Unknown 25m
7a+ *** Strider Sport 27m
7c *** Definitely Makes You Whinge Unknown 30m