We found this area to have the highest quality stone, and the best routes on the island. The limestone is complete with pockets, immaculate flowstone and curtains, and an upper stalactite band. There are five routes listed here, though only four have been re-bolted with Titanium Tortugas. The wall is in the shade all day.
On the North Road, drive 2.1 miles (3.4 km) east past La Esperanza. Look for the Spot Bay Primary school to your left and park just west of the school above a white wall that is along the road. Looking at the cliff behind the school you can spot where you are going: a beautiful white wall with a large stalactite band hanging from the top. The Dixon's home is green and white with a white picket fence. The house belongs to Mr. Hindenberg "Berg" Dixon and the house to the east belongs to his son, Mr. Peter Dixon. You may knock on either door to request permission to climb.
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Dixon's Delight 5.11b Sport
Out of Africa 5.11d Sport
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Dixon's Delight 5.11b International : North America : ... : Dixon's Wall
As this is the easiest route on the crag, it is the "warm-up". I found it much easier the second time around, after knowing the sequence. A tricky move off the ground will get you to good holds that help you through a small roof. After passing the fourth bolt some went to the left while others went directly above the bolt. You get a nice rest just before the overhung stalactite band, use it while you decipher the sequence of moves above. Exciting pulling on beautiful stone will get you to the an...[more] Browse More Classics in International