This is the first east-facing wall on your right as you're entering the corridor to get into the Glade Wall area. It's directly left from the Towers area and just after the "doggie tunnel" (those of you with dogs will know what that is!). We've always wondered about these climbs and hadn't developed them initially because they were less compelling than the others in this region.
Standard Approach to Faulty Towers.
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