Fire Wall




Small overhung crag, with great quality rock, well protected from the weather, good climbing.


From the main car park walking downhill, take the main track to the colloseum there is a descent sized rock cairn. take the left hand “yellow” taped track about 10 minutes from the car park. Nice easy walk



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Slab and headwall just to the left of where the track meets the cliff.

FA: Jon Nermut & Dave Humphries, Jan 2018

Scramble up left of the bouldery start of Lucifer Direct, and stretch right to clip the high first bolt. As for Lucifer Direct.

FA: Stuart Scott & Tony Mckenny, 2017

Arete with bouldery start just left of where access track meets the cliff.

FA: Stuart Scott, 2017

Where the track meets the cliff, up the left side of the overhang. Starting left of the first bolt, come back right and blast up the short, thin arete.

FA: Ryan Sklenica, 2019

Shares the same powerful start of unquenched, then traverses leftwards along the seam and finishes over the bulge with a mantle finish, only has one u at the end of the climb probably need to back jump to clean anmyway, or second up.

FA: Ryan Sklenica, Feb 2019

Start just left of the crackline. Crank leftwards onto the overhanging rounded arête, then up and over bulge via pockets and horizontals to slab (DBB). Lower off, or step right to finish as for Welcome to the Dark Ages.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, Jul 2017

Start up the prominent crack line. A tricky layback sequence leads to the overlap. Make a technical traverse 4m left then finish up the pillar / arête feature to DBB.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, Aug 2017

The short slab of immaculate stone under the roof requires steel fingers and some fancy footwork.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, Jul 2019

Bouldery start as for Glowing Embers, but continue straight up through overhang to a slopey anchor clip.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, Jul 2017

On the left end of the main overhanging 'Fire Wall'. Boulder up the short left arete then trend right on immaculate rock to a rest at the base of a pillar. Up pillar to roof, and a strenuous pull on flakes.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, May 2017

Climb gambit but at second last bolt head left via. a big move for a slightly easier finish.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

Start as for firewall but head left and up the sustained headwall.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

The left line of bolts on the main overhang

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

The line up the middle of the main overhang, right of fire wall.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

Right of fire starter, solid tick for the grade.

FA: Garry Phillips, 2017

Adam Bogus's old line.

Up hanging courner then traverse right and pull the roof. Chill on the ledge and pull a funky boulder to the chains.

FA: Alex Hartshorne, Sep 2019

Up Fawks to break but instead of busting the weird boulder, move right into Firestorm and pull some big moves up the hanging arete.


FA: Alex Hartshorne, Sep 2019

Direct start to fawks, less pumpy, more bouldery. Better, more sustained finished to trend right at the top but can be finished up fawks original as well.

FA: G. Phillips, 2019

project gaz

The short bolted corner at the top of the chossy corner

Featured steep slab near right end of wall.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, Sep 2017

Steep and exposed. Up corner system to level with anchors on Deputy Warden, then blast up the steep wall to the right.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, Sep 2017

Located a few minutes walk up the dry river bed from the Firewall on the opposite side of the valley.

FA: Owen Gervasoni, 2017

FA: Owen Gervasoni, 2017

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