One of the first walls on the left side. Look for the huge wave feature. Impressive

Access issues inherited from Black Feather Canyon

Black feather skirts around closely to wildlife corridors. Be carful or best wsrnings up in Fall. Respect the wildlife and don’t litter. This is a national park

Ethic inherited from Black Feather Canyon

Sport climbing. No manufactured holds thanks


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The far left route starting on slab. Looks dirty and not sure how much has been cleaned....but has been redpointed...

FA: Kelly MacLeod

The extension to Sweet.

Set by Kelly MacLeod

Left of “Delicate Sound Of Thunder” begins this adventurous route, starting on solid slab.

Set by Kelly MacLeod

The extension of Project b. Still needs cleaning

Set by Kelly MacLeod, 2017

Starts under a small roof, trending up a left facing corner. Balancey, face-climbing ends at a larger roof. Bring the thunder, and storm above, keeping calm to clip the anchor under the next sizeable roof.

Set by JSBC, Dec 2017

FA: JSBC, May 2018

Dream bigger and fire over the Roof to a boulder problem, above the anchor of Delicate Sound Of Thunder (Use long-slings around roofs and back clean DSOT’s anchor). From here, embark on a journey of tech/power climbing of varieties to the top of Rainbow Wall. A 70m rope just makes it to the ground from the top.

FA: JSBC, Jun 2018

Start below the left-trending corner, under the roof which also happens to be the crux. An intricate, background in technical climbing will be your best ally above. Equipped with perma-draws for Rainbow Walls Warmup.

Set by JSBC, Jan 2018

FA: JSBC, Sep 2018

The extension above “La Nouille Technique” has a very powerful boulder problem straight off the anchor. Sustained technical climbing with long pulls escalate up the bullet, black head wall to an anchor high on the wall. Qui Vivra Verra means “He/she who lives, shall see.” This phrase is used when an outcome is unpredictable or uncertain.

Set by JSBC, Feb 2018

FA: JSBC, Oct 2018

Scramble up the right trending ramp to reach the base and then tackle a beautiful orange streak out the middle of the wall. long draws help on the first two bolts.

Set by Ross Suchy & Simon Meis, 2006

The open project steepest route out of the Wave on the right side . Ground breakingly ard

Set by Nico Watson, 2017


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