Trojan Wall Mostly Trad climbing32 routes in crag
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Trojan Wall is the largest area on the Ridge. Comprising of a 60+ meter main wall, and a number of smaller walls and boulders©
The faint track is on the left as you skirt a bouldery knoll, and is marked by a small cairn opposite a 2.5m high burnt out stump.
Walk down the shallow gully,following the faint path and tending right passing under the cliffs. The climbs at the far end can be reached by scrambling down from 'Sentinel Rocks'.©
After an obscure, precocious effort by Gordon Brysland in 1982, the area was left in peace until just before the first edition of this guide when a flurry of good face routes were added. The whole cliff is fairly shady and is best climbed on during the summer months. The climbs are described from right to left starting in the approach gully.©
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