This wall is the first wall to the right of the Prototype wall. This contains a small collection of moderate routes. This is a good place for you to bring your newbie friend if Eight Flake is occupied (as it probably will be). For these routes, you will want to belay from the ledge. Watch out for poison ivy in the spring and summer.
Keep walking down the trail past Prototype wall. Look for a ledge that cuts across the base of a 40' high cliff, probably about 100' past Bolt Talk.
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Tree 5.9+ Sport, 40 feet
Featured Route For Mai Tai Wall
After clipping the first bolt, mantle up awkwardly onto the face. Move up following the seam, climbing mostly to the left. Some nice holds lead up through the face and slab right up to the top of the cliff.A nice easier route that is not quite as greasy as some of the more popular easy warm-ups. It's a little weird getting onto the ledge and maybe as hard as the route.Beware of poison ivy growing up the wall between the ground and the ledge below and to the right of the route. ...[more] Browse More Classics in TX