Hole in the Wall

Grade Trad Mixed Sport Total
5.11 - 1 34 35
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Directions to Hole in the Wall

This wall is in Private property. Be respectful. Your behavior on this land can either help us secure access.. or help us lose it.
Wall 1: Sun most of the day in the winter. Tree shade when the leaves are out. Seeps some in the spring, affecting a few routes, but most of it is easily avoided. Wall 2: Shade until 1-2 pm. Routes on the left seep some in the spring, and the wall is more prone to condensing on humid days in the summer. Wall 3: Central steep juggy wall with vertical moderates flanking. Sun until 10 am. Excellent late spring, summer, and early fall wall. Wall 4: Technical shotgun pocket wall. Routes are moderately overhanging, mainly climbing on pockets and crimps. Sun until 10 am. Excellent late spring, summer, and early fall wall.

Wall Sun: Mixed



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Route Spray Name Type Grade Quality User Stars Length Picture

1

Missed the Hole Sport 5.11b
 
3.00  (1) 45ft  

2

Holey Cow! Sport 5.10d
 
3.40  (10) 45ft

3

Hoolin Hoggin' in a Booger Hole Sport 5.10c
 
4.08  (12) 50ft

4

Take or Break Sport 5.11c
 
3.20  (5) 55ft

5

Hole Lotta Shakin' Sport 5.11a
 
3.17  (6) 50ft

6

Get in the Hole Sport 5.11c
 
3.50  (2) 55ft  

7

Toad in the Hole Sport 5.11d
 
4.00  (1) 55ft  

8

The Hole Enchilada Sport 5.11d
 
3.50  (4) 55ft  

9

Holestein Sport 5.11b
 
3.25  (4) 50ft

10

The Hole Nine Yards Sport 5.9+
 
2.33  (3) 45ft

11

Twll Mawr Sport 5.10-
 
2.60  (5) 45ft  

12

The Stokehole Sport 5.11a
 
3.00  (1) 45ft  

13

Holed On Sport 5.12a
 
3.00  (2) 50ft  

14

Colin's Project (Closed Project) Sport 5.11
 
50ft  

15

Loophole (Closed Project) Sport 5.11
 
50ft  

16

Watering Hole Sport 5.11a
 
3.00  (1) 55ft  

17

Holey Terror Sport 5.11d
 
4.00  (2) 65ft

18

Holey Hell Sport 5.12c
 
4.00  (1) 65ft

19

The Unholey (Closed Project, Equipped by Ian Kirk) Sport 5.13b
 
0.00 65ft

20

Holeshot Sport 5.8
 
2.00  (4) 45ft  

21

Hole Lot of Nothing Sport 5.10b
 
1.50  (2) 45ft  

22

Surprice B-Hole Sport 5.10c
 
2.50  (6) 50ft  

23

Holier Than Thou Sport 5.11d
 
4.29  (7) 60ft

24

Cornholeo Sport 5.11d
 
4.33  (9) 60ft

25

Black Hole Sun Sport 5.12a
 
4.00  (5) 60ft

26

Hole Wheat Sport 5.11c
 
2.50  (2) 60ft  

27

Boats and Holes Sport 5.10d
 
2.86  (7) 60ft  

28

Clays Mixed Route Mixed
 
55ft  

29

Hole' Mole' Sport 5.12c
 
4.00  (1) 65ft

30

A Hole New World Sport 5.12a
 
4.67  (6) 65ft

31

Hole Lotta Nanners Sport 5.11d
 
4.67  (3) 75ft  

32

Holesale Sport 5.11d
 
3.00  (1) 75ft  

33

Smokin' Potholes Sport 5.11b
 
3.00  (1) 65ft  

34

Hole Grain Oats Sport 5.11a
 
3.00  (2) 55ft

35

Lizard Wizard Sport 5.11a
 
3.00  (4) 60ft

Comments

1
Jacob said on September 3rd, 2019
So where is this place?
2
Rx2Climb said on September 8th, 2019
How is this for a summer crag?
3
Cromper said on September 8th, 2019
Right side of the holler is a perfect summer crag; shade all day. Directions found on mtn project until this gets updated.
4
Anonymous said on September 9th, 2019
The easiest approach is via an old logging road that is just past the rock wall as you head downhill on the Lode road. You can either park at the top and walk down, or park at the bottom and walk up. Take the logging road down to the bottom of the holler and follow the trail. Once you cross the stream, you will have an option to cut left (which will take you to the Southern aspect walls) or cut right (which will take you to the northern aspect walls. Alternatively, there is a path from the back of the Lode parking lot that you can walk in. The approach is about 10 minutes either way you go.