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Evening Wall Rock Climbing 

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Location: 51.4632, -2.6297 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Nick Russell on Sep 5, 2011
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Easily identified by the large slab towards the right of the Main Area. This is the Morning Slab; the large, tree-covered ledge at the top is Lunchtime Ledge (it is indeed a good place for lunch); from here to the top of the cliff is the Evening Wall.

You won't find any really hard climbs here, but it is a great place for the beginning leader, or as a warm-up before some of the harder routes just to the right on the Central Buttress. Watch out for the polish on the more popular lines!

Getting There 

From the top of the gorge, the best access is down one of the trails to either side of the Main Area. The one to climber's right is paved for most of the way, while the one to the left is just a dirt trail; however both are quite visible and easy to find. There are a few places to park just off the A4 right at the bottom of this wall, but the largest parking area is at the base of the Sea Walls, just a short walk away.

Climbing Season

For the England area.

Weather station 1.6 miles from here

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Rock Climbing Photo: Steve making the bold step out of the tree on Petr...

Petros 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b  Europe : United Kingdom : ... : Evening Wall
Some very interesting moves! Start near to the right of Lunchtime Ledge by climbing a large tree below a slab and next to an acute overhang. Attach a runner in the tree, then step out onto the slab next to a large bolt. It looks a lot steeper from here than it did from the bottom!Carefully climb up the slab to two fixed pins at the base of a large flake. From here, climb up and onto the flake before traversing right. Some delicate moves along the flake bring you to a larger ledge and a left-faci...[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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