Warm up wall is a great place to do just that, a slab with two easy, slightly run-out, lines and a long multi-pitch route. The slab gets direct sun so it best first thing in the morning or on a cold fall day when sun is a good thing.
The first small turn-out/parking area after you go through the Good Morning wall tunnel. It is the first slab you will see. If you get to LaoYanChang you have gone too far.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Warm up Wall:
Left side 5.7 PG13 Sport, 1 pitch, 90 feet, Grade V
Right side sport route 5.8 Sport, 70 feet, Grade V
Beginner 5.11a R Sport, 9 pitches, 350 feet, Grade V
Featured Route For Warm up Wall
Located on the left edge of the slab this is the easier, but longer, of the top rope routes. The route hugs the left edge on the slab. Use smearing and small corners to get to the top. Because of the curve of the slab you will have to stand back a ways from the rock to see the whole route, but it is easy to find your route and the next bolt once you are climbing....[more] Browse More Classics in International