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Description

A old area with easy routes recently revived.

Access issues inherited from Wawa - Montalban

Aling Normas is a food stall where every visiting climber eats. Register here, ask for the logbook and write down your name and destination and messages for friends who will be late to arrive. Settle the PhP 300 fee per group of 10 or less. Additional PhP 20 per head applies for the succeeding number of climbers. This goes to the local government for maintenance and security of the area. P20 for parking if you have a private vehicle but remeber the attendants name that you paid so you dont pay twice. Once you cross the bridge make a donation to the locals on the trail head in the village, PhP 15-20. (This donation comes and goes and isn't official)

Approach

As for Uling Wall cross the bridge, foolow the trail up the hill past the Nipa houses, turn L at the T intersection following the signs to the Bat Cave and head steeply up the hill. About 100m before you reach Uling Wall you will see a big hollow tree. Just after this a trail breaks off on the R. Follow this steeply up the hill till Over some small rock steps till you see the routes.

Descent notes

Lower Offs/Abseil

Ethic inherited from Wawa - Montalban

Trad, sport climbing and bouldering.

History

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Old area with the routes being refreshed by some locals as part of the Philippines Spot Project.

Routes

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Grade Route

First on the left. A juggy slab with some cool and some sharp holds. Great beginner route but watch rope length when you lower and tie a not in the end of your rope as its about 31m so a 60m rope will only just make it.

The second on the left. Starts below the overhang, then traverses left. Careful clipping clip 4. Huge (grounder) runout after that, but easy climbing.

Tough through the roof

The left route on the slab on the right. Careful big loose rock two-thirds up.

Last on the right. Technical top.

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