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The Wall Within © mark reeves

Approach notes

Various approaches: For the Khyber Pass go up the long incline beyond Twll Mawr until one level above the winding house. Go L to the edge of the level and drop down scree by a pipe past a dry stone tower then descend ladders. The Khyber Pass is between Twll Mawr and Mordor. For Mordor Mid level continue down further ladders from the Khyber Pass. For Mordor Bottom Level traverse the mid level anti-clockwise almost as far as possible and go down more (shakier) ladders. For the bottom part of Lost World go through a tunnel from about half way round the Mordor mid height level (just after the Tick's Groove Rockfall debris). Heaven Walls are best approached from the other side. Go up the incline to the left of Yellow Wall (above Serengeti), continue past a ruined building then drop down slightly to a broad cutting. Follow this rightwards to an ab point where it overlooks Lost World. Ab or scramble down one level. To reach The Cutting or The Balcony from Heaven Walls go back through the Heaven Walls access cutting from the ab point until a track on the R leads up scree to reach the level above near the entrance of The Cutting. The Balcony is just a little further on overlooking Lost World. To reach The Balcony or Cutting from Bus Stop Car Park follow the G'Day Arete approach to the level then go R a short way to join the last few metres of the previous approach. 

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