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Grade Route Gear style Popularity
Metro Manila Wawa - Montalban El Kanto
5.12d FR:7c White Streak

Starts EK 2nd pitch so trad needed to get up there or climb No Left Turn on El Torre

FA: Simon Sandoval, 1998

Sport 12m, 5
Metro Manila Wawa - Montalban Torre Wall
FR:7a Gaijin

Approach via the ledge on top of NLT and traverse about 10m R to the base of the climb. Alternately hike to Boogie Wall and scramble down to the rappel anchors and abseil to the base of the route.

FA: Dennis Diaz, Gax Ilanan & Simon Sandoval, 1999

Sport 22m, 11
Metro Manila Wawa - Montalban Banzai Wall
FR:6a+ Unknown

Nice new warm up, needs some more cleaning.

Sport 13m, 6
FR:7c+ Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

Tricky crux around the 10th bolt.

Set: Miel Pahati, 2017

Sport 26m, 11
FR:7b Pitch 2

Second Pitch to CTHD. Cruxy 2 bolts from the top. Lower down from here, if you don't want to do the hike back down/

Sport 8
FR:6c+ Pitch 3

Third Pitch to CTHD. Via the stalactite at the top of the main wall.

FR:7b Groove

An area classic bolted in the 90's. Shares first 3 bolts with CTHD, then traverses right onto the slab. Pumpy up the tuffa, crux on the face. Can also be climbed as first pitch to CTHD. There is a harder variation, starting slightly to the right, an unfinished project (named "Mirror" - for a reason).

Sport 24m, 11
FR:6c Haiku

Crimpy at the start, pumpy at the top.

Set: Bubut Tan-Torres, 1996

Sport 20m, 7
Metro Manila Wawa - Montalban Slayer Wall
5.11d FR:7a Destruction

Shares 3 bolts with the next 2 routes, traverse L at 3rd bolt to gain feature.

Sport 18m, 11
FR:6c Unnamed

Ends at the same anchors of Destruction.

Sport 18m, 7
FR:7c/c+ Warhammer

Climb Destruction to its 10th bolt before stepping R and powering up 'till the route meets with Slayer. Climb through the steep traverse going L towards the obvious stalactite. Keep going L past the stalactite to finish onto the grey prow. There's a small move R then up L to the anchors. The slightly easier variation to the route is to start on Slayer instead of Destruction.

Set: Dennis Diaz & Jordi Esquis

FA: Miel Pahati, 10 Jan 2016

Sport 22m, 14
FR:8a Dragonlance

Follow Warhammer but do not step L of the stalactite. Go up and R from the stalactite where Warhammer breaks off to gain a huge slopey ledge then go straight up to finish.

Set: Dennis Diaz & Jordi Esquis

FA: Dennis Diaz, 21 Jan 2017

Sport 25m, 15
5.11b FR:6c+ Slayer

This consistently overhanging jug-fest does not go without a pump. It's right smack in the middle of the wall and is not to be missed. If its reputation as the super-mega-classic of the area isn't enough to get you to climb it nothing will. Also its the best warm-up route in the area.

FA: Ilanan & Imao, 1996

Sport 20m, 11
5.12b FR:7b Dragon Slayer

This extension to Slayer continues past the stalactite above it for another 3 bolts. Don't be put off by the seemingly short addition. The tricky transition from Slayer to Dragon Slayer can be interesting. Be careful when lowering make sure you have atleast 50m of rope.

Sport 22m, 13
5.11d FR:7a+ Dragon Shit

Climb the first 4 bolts of Slayer then move R. Interesting and challenging.

Sport 23m, 11
5.12b FR:7b+ Delirium aka "Despidida"

Technical and thin. Has an alternate 2 bolt L hand finish to 2 rings that is rarely done.

FA: Guerrero, Simon Sandoval & Gax Ilanan

Sport 15m, 9
5.13c FR:8a+ Valhalla

Starts about 4m R of DP. Follow the slopers and slimpers up the wall. Can be finger numbing. Be prepared for some major crimping. (Key hold broke off, upping the grade to a possible 8b?)

Set: Miel Pahati

FA: Miel Pahati

Sport 20m, 9
5.11d Dos Pistados

Start on the ledge L of the cave on the far R. Follow the line that traverses R and up to the top.

Sport 22m, 9
5.12c FR:7c Climber in a Hole

Start in the opening to the R of Slayer Wall . Follow the bolts along the ceiling to the chain.

FA: Mackie Mackinano & Simon Sandoval, 2000

Sport 10m, 11
Metro Manila Wawa - Montalban Uling Wall
5.8 Early Bird

Located on the gray slab on the very far L of the entire Upper Uling Wall. Good for starting a slow day at Uling.

Sport 12m, 6
5.9 Gax

Left of Early Bird. A bit more of a challenge, specially without breakfast.

Sport 15m, 6
5.12c FR:7b+ 3 Stitches

The original test piece in the area. A bouldery power fest named after its crux. Be careful with the somewhat high first clip and the move after the last clip - ground fall potential. Avoid the lower boulder on the left to get the full benefit of the experience.

Set: Simon Sandoval

FA: Simon Sandoval

Sport 12m, 3
5.10 Uunnggghh

Follows the large claustrophobic crack on the R of 3 Stitches. Good intro into off-width climbing. Definitely something delightfully different if you like squeezing yourself into tight spaces. An adventure climb on its own. Careful only two bolts at top.

FA: Lex Evangalista

Sport 20m
5.10d FR:6b+ Sleeping Jaguar

Steep gymnastic fun with a bit of a tricky start.

Sport 25m, 9
5.12a FR:7a Dirty Mind

Just R of SJ up hanging corner finish at same anchor as SJ

Sport 25m, 8
5.12b FR:7b Sandman

R hand curving route to finish at anchors for Powder. Plan your clips well or end up with terrible rope drag.

Set: Simon Sandoval

FA: Dennis Diaz & Simon Sandoval, 1999

Sport 25m, 8
5.11 FR:6c Powder

Steep good long fun weaving through a series of tufas and stalactites.

FA: Gax, Mackie & Sandoval, 1999

Sport 25m, 7
5.7 SMB - San Miguel Beer

Up the juggy Tufas and stalactites 2m L of Warlock. 3 bolts, 2 threads.

Sport 15m, 5
5.11+ FR:6c+ Warlock

Follow bolts up to anchors just L of Cafe De Wawa.

Sport 20m, 6
5.11b FR:6b+ Cafe De Wawa

Crag classic with a bit of everything thrown in, jams, pockets, Tufas and jugs. Can be extended to anchor of SMB. Similar difficulty.

FA: Ilanan, Mackie & Sandoval, 1999

Sport 20m, 8
5.10c FR:6b/b+ Rainy Season

Follow cracks and tufa up face to anchors just L of Mars Attacks, 4 bolt, 1 thread. 6b+ variation is a 3 bolt addition starting low on the tufas left of Ina Flores. Climb up and L using the tufas on the face and connect a bit higher up Rainy Season. For an even longer variation, instead of connecting to Rainy Season, stitch together with Cafe De Wawa and finish on SMB's anchors.

Set: Jordi Esquis & Dennis Diaz

FA: Dennis Diaz

Sport 20m, 5
5.8 Mars Attacks

A quality easier end route on this wall. Some cool holds on really nice white rock. 4 bolts, 1 thread. Feels more like 5.10a/6a.

Sport 15m, 5
5.10c FR:6b Ina Flores

Follow crack on R of Mars Attacks and then bolts up R on face. A very interesting line with moves quite different from the usual Uling style right on the second half of the climb. 5 bolts, one sling.

Set: Xtian Guerrero & Gax Ilanan, 2016

FA: Gax Ilanan, 2016

Sport 20m, 5
5.9 Born Again

Fun jugging to a hand jam finish, love the hidden gym style thread jug.

FA: Ybanez

Sport 15m, 5
5.11d FR:7a Stranded Cowboy

Follow the bolts up the crack immediately R of BA and around the big high stalactite that you can cowboy onto before the cruxy L to the anchors. 6bish until then. Unfortunately, crux holds tend to be wet an mossy... Bring along sling to protect the middle, wouldn't trust the old one there.

Sport 25m, 10
5.10b FR:6a+ Sunday School

Start about 4m right of SC, stay left of the big tufa, then traverse slightly right past the anchor of Bayawak and continue all the way up on the left side of the overhang. Nice exposure on the last moves onto the face to reach the anchor.

FA: Nana Araneta, Simon Sandoval, Gax Ilanan & Dennis Diaz, 1998

Sport 25m, 13
FR:6a+ Bayawak

Same start as Sunday School, but stay on the right of the tufa. Crux just before the anchor. Can also be continued to the top of SS, same difficulty.

Sport 18m, 7
FR:6a Bituka

The alternative start to Bayawak, starting under the cornflaky tufa? Grade to be confirmed.

FA: Nana Araneta, Buddy Advincula, Simon Sandoval & Digoy Araneta, 2000

Sport 20m, 8
5.10d FR:6b Bulaklak

Recently rebolted line on the right of the cornflakey tufa. Pretty mossy at the moment, but with some interesting moves. Grade to be confirmed.

FA: Sandoval & Advincula, 2000

Sport 20m, 10
5.11d FR:7a PULP fiction

Start as for DBPP just L of the black crack. Follow DBPP for the first 3 bolts but continue directly up the wide white crack and Tufas on L above.

FA: Miel Pahati, 2016

Sport 22m, 9
5.11d FR:7a DBPP

Dirty Black Pumping?? Technical startBoulder just up L of the crack down R of Bulaklak, move R at the break and make a big move off the undercling, around the R side of the stalactite and up to the anchors.

FFA: Dennis Diaz

Set: Matt Brooks

FA: Joseph Valeria, 10 Jan 2016

Sport 18m, 7
5.13b Durango

The steep wall R of DBPP to join NIR. The start is a V8 Boulder into some more pumpy climbing. Currently cannot be climbed due to bamboo kiosk below.

FA: Miel Pahati, Mar 2016

Sport 15m, 8
5.12c FR:7b+ Nights in Rizal

An old route, rebolted that was left unfinished by Dennis, Gax and Simon. Still a project. The bolts heading diagonally L across the tufas to the lovely whit rock at crack up the head wall. Currently cannot be climbed due to bamboo kiosk below.

FA: Dennis Diaz & Miel Pahati

Set: Matt Brooks & Dennis Diaz

Sport 10m, 9
Metro Manila Wawa - Montalban Boogie Wall
5.8 FR:5b Boogie - 1

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.

Sport 30m, 16
5.10a FR:6a Unnamed - 2

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

Sport 30m
5.11a FR:6c Unnamed - 3

Tough through the roof

Sport 25m
5.9 FR:5c Unnamed - 4

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

Sport 15m, 8
5.10a FR:6a Unnamed - 5

Last on the right. Technical top.

Sport 18m
Luzon Atimonan - Quezon Windy Wall
5.12b Buffalo Soldier
Sport 8
5.9 Business Time Sport 8
Panay Dingle Left Side
5.12d FR:7c My Special T


FA: Maman

Sport 15m, 5
5.11c FR:6c+ Tequila

Shares anchor with MST

FA: Mackie Mackinano

Sport 15m, 5
5.12a FR:7a+ Supot ni Buddy

Shares anchor with S8

FA: Simon Sandoval & Miel Pahati

Sport 18m, 6
5.12b FR:7b Carlos Rossi

Shares 3 bolt as 4th bolt of S8. Shares anchor with GROWY.

FA: Miel Pahati, Mackie Makinano & Xtian Guerero

Sport 22m, 6
5.12d FR:7c Super 8

Campus start same as GROWY, shares anchor with SNB. Most popular route at Nautod Wall.

FA: Xtian Guerero, Miel Pahati, Mackie Mackinano & Gilson Tsu

Sport 15m, 7
5.12a FR:7a+ GROWY

Campus start as per S8. R at the second bolt.

FA: Mackie Makinano & Jose Mari Cortez

Sport 22m, 8
5.13a FR:7c+ Chief Killer

Shares first bolt with Awakening. Power endurance fest.

FA: Mackie Makinano

Sport 25m, 7
5.12d FR:7c Awakening

Shares first bolt with CK. Warning rusty last bolt.

FA: Xtian Guerero & Dennis Diaz

Sport 24m, 8
5.12b FR:7b Ursula and Mandark

Bouldery moves at the 3rd and 4th bolt.

FA: Mackie Mackinano

Sport 24m, 11
5.11c Lias B-Day

Stalactite stemming, shared anchor with Dilemma

FA: Mackie Makinano & Erwin 'Gastro' Guzom

Sport 20m, 5
5.11d FR:7a Dilemma's 13

Shared anchor with Lea's B-Day.

FA: Jose Mari Cortez

Sport 20m, 6
5.11c FR:6c+/7a Suzanne

FA: Retchie 'Sly' Corregidor

Sport 18m, 6
5.12a FR:7a C'Est La Vie

Technical, bouldery climbing.

FA: Miel Pahati, Ina Flored, Ina Flores & Xtian Guerero

Sport 13m, 5
Panay Dingle Right Side
5.8 Cry Baby

Harder star now due to shorter ladder.

FA: Kristian Japitana & Jose Mari Cortez

Sport 18m, 6
5.12c/d FR:7c Cry Baby Extension

Climb Cry Baby then direct up the centre to the highest point.

Sport 25m, 8
5.8 No Strings Attached

The R hand of the two starts on the L edge of this sector, just on the grey brown rock. Shares the 1st clip with Cry Baby.

FA: Kristian Japitana

Sport 18m, 7
5.10a FR:6a Dare to be Astro

Traverses left. Shared 1st clip with Paula and to 4th clip with Vegeta

FA: Erwin ASTRO Guzom

Sport 18m, 7
5.10b FR:6a+ Vegeta

Same start as Paula and Dare to Be Astro. Follow Astro to 4th clip before heading straight up to the top.

FA: Crow D gulay Man Jolian

Sport 20m, 9
5.10c FR:6b Paula

Shared start with Astro and Vegeta. Straight up.

FA: Retche Sly Corregidor

Sport 20m, 7
5.10c FR:6b Paps D Magic Dragon

Nice climb to the left of the giant root.

FA: Jezrel Papsi Soriaso

Sport 18m, 8
5.11c FR:6c+ Chief Suave

Pumpy finish with a hard final clip.

FA: Mackie Makinano & Jose Mari Cortez

Sport 20m, 8
5.12a FR:7a+ September Jinx

Same start as Chief Suave. Up CS to the 2nd clip then traverse R. Bouldery crux between 2nd and 3rd clip. Good endurance route.

FA: Mackie Makinano & Jose Mari Cortez

Sport 22m, 9
5.11d FR:7a Kuya Maggie (Rayko)

FA: Mackie Makinano & Richie Sly Corregidor

Sport 22m, 7
5.12b FR:7b Kuya Muscle (Fabulous)

Shares 1st and 2nd clips with Brown Beans, straight up.

FA: Ritchie Sly Corregidor

Sport 22m, 8
5.11d FR:7a Brown Beans (Boy Putok)

Shares two clips with Kuya Muscle before moving slightly R and then up the steep wall. Tricky crux comes late, keep straight, on the left of the bulge.

FA: Ritchie Sly Corregidor

Sport 22m, 8
Panay Igbaras Main Wall
FR:7b No Tufa

Far on the right. Start in the corner (careful wasps!), continue to the left. Take the first line up.

One Tufa

Like No Tufa, but traverse a little further keeping the tufa on the left. Apparently 7c-ish

FR:7c Two Tufa

Like before, but furthest line left.

Very Hard - Right

Shares start with Very Hard - Left, traverses slightly right through the black rock.

Very Hard - Left

Looks very hard and long. Stay left of the black rock.

FR:8a+ Engagement

Long beautiful endurance line in the middle of the main wall. Stay on the left of the black rock.

FA: Mackie Makinao, 27 Aug 2017

Sport 27m, 15
Engage to the left

Shares start with Engagement. Then slightly left crossing the line of the 6c and then up to the little tree.

FR:6c Hand Crack

Great varied line on nice holds. Same start as Diagonal Crack, then straight up following the thin crack before traversing to the right. Clip the station from the slopery hold above the last big jug.

FR:8a Hand Crack Extended

Starts like Hand Crack, but keep straight at the end of the crack.

FA: Miel Pahati

FR:5b Diagonal Crack

Obvious big diagonal crack. Can also be used as first pitch for Into the Further.

FR:5b Chimney Crack

Follows the obvious large chimney-like crack and then merges with the Diagonal Crack towards the end.

FR:6b Yoshi's Favorite

Crux around the third bolt. After, go left a bit, then delicately traverse back. Or for a variation stay left and go for Pinoy Libre's anchor. Similar difficulty.

FR:7b Pinoy Libre

Currently the furthest left on the wall. Crux after the second bolt. A painful crimp, some terrible intermediates, and a tough clip. Mantle fun towards the top.

Sport 17m
FR:6c+ Into the Further

Straight up from the top of Diagonal Crack / Chimney Crack. Over the ledge and keep going... Long, pumpy line.

FR:6c+ Another 6c

The line on the left of into the further.

Long long

One more two the left. Possibly the longest line on the wall, goes all the way up.

FR:7a Seven-A

And one more to the left.

Panay Igbaras Access Wall
FR:6b Right

Unsure about the grade

FR:6a Left

Unsure about the grade.

Panay Igbaras Idiot Wall
FR:7a+ Most Left

The last route on the left above the river. Not sure about the grade.

FR:7a More Left

Through the big crack in the overhang. Not sure about the grade.

FR:7a+ Left

Long moves through the overhang. Same anchor as High Wasps.

FR:6c High Wasps

Overhanging on good jugs, here the wasps hide in a black pocket high. Boulder up onto the ledge for belaying.

Sport 10m, 5
FR:6a+ Low Wasps

Pumpy warm-up. The wasps live in a low black pocket. Better avoid that one...

Sport 10m, 5
FR:6b Right

Overhanging, cruxy after the crimp. Just to bolts at the top. Rappel to clean.

Sport 5

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