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This wall is located further left from Whale Wall.

Access issues inherited from Tonga

The majority of climbing is on the King’s estate and access is a privilege granted by the King’s Office, not a right. An access arrangement has been negotiated but could be withdrawn at any time by the King’s Office.

Before climbing on ‘Eua, all visitors must agree to the Disclaimer ( and pay a land management levy of T$20.

You must also agree to abide by the Climber’s Code of Conduct (

Ethic inherited from Eua

To ensure climbers can enjoy this special place it is critical that climbing is supported by the local community. To help achieve this the Kaka Maka Group has been formed as a partnership between climbers, the Kings Office and the Eua Tourism Association. The Kaka Maka Group is working with locals to develop ‘Eua as an international climbing destination and is the central point of contact for all climbing related queries and issues.



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1 17 30m
2 22 15m
3 23 20m

This route follows the outside of the huge cave and cranks through a roof to ascend the pocketed orange headwall above. Skywalking was required before the first ascent.

Pitch 1: Starting downhill from the large cave where the lichenous south facing wall gives way to cleaner rock, climb up trending left to belay below a roof.

Pitch 2: Crank through the roof to a stance below the orange headwall.

Pitch 3: Navigate the slightly overhung, well-pocketed wall to clip the chains in a small recess below sharp grey rock.

FA: Nathan Duxfield & Greg Jack, Jun 2017

1 16 15m
2 21 25m
3 25 15m

Pitch 1: Directly below the obvious flat white shield of rock you’ll locate a high first bolt. Climb past to an excellent flat belay ledge.

Pitch 2: Pull pockets up the left side of the white shield, getting surprisingly pumped. Keep something in the tank for the final few moves as you pull up left to a ledge below the arcing headwall.

Pitch 3: Head up immaculate scalloped rock, trending left to a monster jug, then past a few more pockets to the chains in a recess above. Hasn’t yet been climbed. May need a few black holds cleaned.

FA: Jean Jack & Greg Jack, Jun 2016

1 17 27m
2 22 25m

The first ascensionist surprised a crab who had taken up residence in a damp pocket. Perhaps you’ll have the same luck.

Pitch 1: Climb up and past a branch into the sunshine, then jug haul perfect rock, finally moving right to belay on the arete.

Pitch 2: Head up and right around the arete on huge holds, then up steepening rock hold on to clip the chains. For full value, go direct up bomber brown rock, avoiding the sharper grey rock to the left.

FA: Nathan Duxfield & Greg Jack, Jun 2017

1 20 22m
2 23 18m

Start as for Purple pincer pocket puller just left of the big tree.

Pitch 1: (9BR) Climb up to and past B4 on Purple pincer pocket puller, step right onto yellow coloured rock and go up into a wide brown and grey groove, at the second massive pocket on the left go rightwards around a pillar into some sharp holds, go up over the bulge to the mid anchor.

Pitch 2: (5BR) Step left from the anchor and climb the weakness past bolt 3 before moving left into a scoop with a bolt, continue up the steep, black, pocketed wall to a belay station.

Descend in two raps back.

FA: Tony Burnell, 19 Jun 2017

1 18 27m
2 23 25m

Fun climbing up massive tufa, flowstone and stalactites to a high crux.

Pitch 1: Near the base of large tree, climb broken looking rock until you’re above the canopy, then pinch your way up the lovely rock and flowstone above to belay below a large stalactite.

Pitch 2: Taking care not to snap off the stalactite that threatens to impale the belayer, either clip an extendable draw or sling something to gain easier terrain and a good rest, before pulling through a series of pockets, finally moving right to clip the chains from a fin of flowstone.

FA: Nathan Duxfield & Greg Jack, Jun 2017


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