Main Wall

  • Grade context: US
  • Ascents: 14




The big main face with all the hard, long routes

Access issues inherited from Panay

Iloilo City is accessed by direct flights from Manila, Singapore and Hong Kong. All developed crags can be reached within roughly one hour from there.


Find a path through the bananas/rice fields from the mountaineer's hut

Ethic inherited from Panay

Please get in touch with local climbers. For example at the Adventure Central Gym, on the Esplanade in Iloilo.


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Far on the right. Start in the corner (careful wasps!), continue to the left. Take the first line up.

Like No Tufa, but traverse a little further keeping the tufa on the left. Apparently 7c-ish

Like before, but furthest line left.

Shares start with Very Hard - Left, traverses slightly right through the black rock.

Looks very hard and long. Stay left of the black rock.

Long beautiful endurance line in the middle of the main wall. Stay on the left of the black rock.

FA: Mackie Makinao, 27 Aug 2017

Shares start with Engagement. Then slightly left crossing the line of the 6c and then up to the little tree.

Great varied line on nice holds. Same start as Diagonal Crack, then straight up following the thin crack before traversing to the right. Clip the station from the slopery hold above the last big jug.

Starts like Hand Crack, but keep straight at the end of the crack.

FA: Miel Pahati

Obvious big diagonal crack. Can also be used as first pitch for Into the Further.

Follows the obvious large chimney-like crack and then merges with the Diagonal Crack towards the end.

Crux around the third bolt. After, go left a bit, then delicately traverse back. Or for a variation stay left and go for Pinoy Libre's anchor. Similar difficulty.

Currently the furthest left on the wall. Crux after the second bolt. A painful crimp, some terrible intermediates, and a tough clip. Mantle fun towards the top.

Straight up from the top of Diagonal Crack / Chimney Crack. Over the ledge and keep going... Long, pumpy line.

The line on the left of into the further.

One more two the left. Possibly the longest line on the wall, goes all the way up.

And one more to the left.

Up the obvious crack stopping at the first anchors

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