Medicine Wall Rock Climbing
Alexandra Ballester deciphers Honeycomb.
Limestone Cliffs up to ~25m. The rock varies from excellent blue rock to blocky choss. Be cautious pulling on anything that seems loose, it probably is.
North facing so it does get SOME shade in the summer but the sun sneaks in when it's high in the sky. It can be COLD in the winter but the sun is easy to walk to to warm up. Each of the areas are really all part of one semicontinuous cliff band. Climbers would refer to different distinct areas as a "wall" and the practice stuck. Think of each "wall" area in the Euro sense of sectors on a larger wall.
Star Ratings are based on climbs ONLY at Med Wall. Don't think for a second that a 4 star route here will rank up there with a 4 Star route in the Valley or Smith Rock.
THIS AREA IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. ACCESS IS BEING WORKED ON. THIS WILL BE UPDATED WHEN THINGS CHANGE
Weather station 1.6 miles from here
37 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',18],['2 Stars',9],['1 Star',8],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Medicine Wall
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Featured Route For Medicine Wall
Unnecessary Procedure 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a Texas
: Medicine Wall
: Malpractice Wall
Face climb up good, gray rock left of Rock-Ectomy. Head up and right. Continue up towards the "cave" aiming LEFT of the "loose pillar". Clip a bolt in the cave and then pull through the roof past one last glue in above the lip. Scramble up onto the ledge and then head straight up on easier terrain. Join up with Rock-Ectomy near the top....[more] Browse More Classics in Texas
By Jason Mann 1
From: Austin, Texas
Feb 13, 2015
This area is closed. Two people were killed in an accident recently. The landowner has made it clear that all trespassers will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Please do not try to access this property. Access is being worked on by Central Texas Mountaineers and the Access Fund, and we are hopeful that there will be a resolution in the future that will allow for open access for climbing. Not honoring closures hurts access and the climbing community in general, not to mention the fact that it is dangerous and illegal to trespass on private property. If you are interested in more information feel free to contact me directly. Jason Mann Access Coordinator, Central Texas Mountaineers. firstname.lastname@example.org