Anokula Wall




This wall is located further left from Whale Wall.

Access issues inherited from Eua

Before climbing on ‘Eua, all climbers must register at Ovava Tree Lodge. During registration climbers must agree to the Disclaimer and the Climber’s Code of Conduct. There is a T$20 climbers registration fee and an admin fee of T$5. This is a one off payment per trip.

Please remember that climbing is on the Kings estate and access is a privilege granted by the Kings Office, not a right. We are guests on their land - please act accordingly.

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 to develop ‘Eua as an international climbing destination. Contact them by email:



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

FA: Nathan Duxfield & Greg Jack, Jun 2017

this was originally explored ground up on fairly spaced but nearly adequate threads and other gear to the spacious ledge. A belay anchor is installed. Any future developers may use the belay ledge at the top as access to the roofs above, and feel free to add bolts for a proper lead.

Access the belay stance by sliding left from the top of 'Kina', or right at last bolt of P2 'the White Shield'. Climb steep mostly juggy rock for several bolts through minor cruxes to a great rest pod, then through the last roof via a hand jam to arrive at the base of the headwall. There is a distinct and mandatory crux getting to the last bolt (just right of the white shield anchor). Grab the victory feature mega hold, clip the last bolt, then finish at the tip of the grey water streak.

Named after Kina Taufa. Scamper up to high first bolt on good holds then pass the tufas to a corner system, onto face, into and back out of the dirty black groove, to gain a ledge and belay.

1 16 15m
2 17 25m
3 25 15m

3 pitches: 16,17,25. Climb highly featured rock up the left edge of the central column feature. Most will link the first two pitches. The third pitch climbs steep pockets and pinches fully left of the bolts.

FA: Jean Jack & Greg Jack, Jun 2016

FFA: Joshua Merriam, 8 Oct 2018

1 17
2 22
3 24

3P (17, 22, 24) Shares start with 'The White Shield', then diverts to a belay inside the scoop. P2, climb the roof and right arete of the giant scoop, veering left to an anchor above the bulge. The last pitch climbs directly up to finish at the original white shield anchor.

FA: Paul Rogers

1 17 27m
2 22 25m

FA: Nathan Duxfield & Greg Jack, Jun 2017

1 20 22m
2 23 18m

FA: Tony Burnell, 19 Jun 2017

1 18 27m
2 23 25m

FA: Nathan Duxfield & Greg Jack, Jun 2017

1 19
2 21

2 pitches: 19,21. After an interesting start climbing onto the hanging rock, need a stick clip for 1st bolt. endure a bit of sharp dirty rock to access the ridiculously steep and super fun 2nd pitch. An interesting cave in the middle after a biscuity tufa. The anchor is a challenge to clip.

FA: Ulises & Ulises CM

An alternate line, utilizing the hanging start from "Peka's Jail" but climbing up via the left into the easier rock above, perhaps accessing the jail from the rear? evidently two pitches of dubious quality

FA: Takanori Honda


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