Climbs 12
Rocktype Limestone

Faces NW

Tsunami Wall © Wee Davie

Crag features

Probably the best sport crag developed on Bermuda (yet). Discovered in Summer 2008 by Grant Farquhar (Dr Evil). Sport climbing on a combination of in-situ threads and stainless bolts. Best conditions occur when there is a drying Northerly breeze as it can seep after rain. Straight outta Thailand!

Approach notes

Near the end of the Railway Trail at Duck's Puddle, Hamilton Parish. Climb through a hole in the wall and descend into the centre of the earth.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Subsonic Wave 5.8 5a *** 1
2 Auricle Wall 5.10a *** 1
3 Journey to the Centre of the Earth 5.12a ***  
4 El Terremoto 5.7 1
5 Aleta del Tiburon 5.8 * 1
6 La Cucaracha 5.11a ** 1
7 Under the Volcano 5.12a ***  
8 Sunflowers 5.7 4c ** 1
9 Kanagawa 5.11d ***  
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