This is the tallest of the walls here, about 500 feet tall, with routes up to 7 pitches. This impressive wall was the focus of early developers. Lots of routes date back to the 70s giving it a more adventurous feel than some of the lower crags. Maybe the length of the routes don't appeal to the modern day sport climber? Whatever the reason, this giant amphitheater of rock feels wild and secluded, even though it's only a 15 minute walk into town...
From the camp ground it's about a 15 minute walk to the cliff. Turn right on the main road (toward Misja Pec), after you cross a little bridge turn left into the driveway of a little schoolyard. The trail starts right behind the basketball courts.
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Medo 5.9 Sport, 450 feet
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Medo 5.9 International : Europe : ... : Big Wall
This is the easiest way to the top of this wall, so it was the obvious choice for us. The guide book shows the route starting on a ledge 100 feet up. Well it's only about 5.4, but there are no bolts. Everything is bolted in Europe right? We won't need any gear. Anyway, you might want a little for this section... Pitch 2) heads up a right angling ramp above that ledge. 5.7ish belay after 100 feet. Picth 3) Continue up the ramp until it ends then work your way up some steeper rock to a bi...[more] Browse More Classics in International