Twin Caves

  • Grade context: FR


Two caves with a hanging central piller above the block wall

Access issues inherited from Repubblika ta’ Malta

Most crags enjoy easy access with short walk-ins, and most are accessible by bus. Be careful not to cross farmlands without permission.

Ethic inherited from Victoria Lines

As with most of Malta bolting is discouraged, a few exceptions are allowed

  1. As rap points, and

  2. where ground strikes are likely

but otherwise there are enough points to place gear


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Grade Route

Climb the central pillar directly

Up the central pillar, moving right along the hanging bar to finish up a short wall.

Climb the large overhang at the righthand end of the righthand cave where a thread is visible at the lip of the overhang.

The wall right of the cave, climb the left-slanting crack.

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Selected Guidebooks more Hide

Author(s): Simon Alden, Jeffery Camilleri, and Stevie Hasten

Date: 2013

ISBN: 9789995706197

A comprehensive guidebook describing the sport climbing found on the Maltese Islands of Malta and Gozo, covering 21 crags and over 500 fully bolted sport routes, across a wide range of grades up to F8c+.

Author(s): J. Codling, A. Warrington & R. Abela

Date: 2022

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