|Walk in||15 mins|
|Crag Aspect||All day shade|
You will see it from Uriah Heap when entering from Die Ou Meul or opposite to Jurassic park when entering from Avalon springs.
Berlin Wall Routes from LEFT to right.
|#||ROUTE NAME / AREA||GRADE||# BOLTS||RATING||BOLTING/OPENED INFO||DESCRIPTION|
|1.||Minefield||6c/22||5 Bolts||FA. M Jäger. 1992.|
|2.||Vays und Meenz||7a/24||11 Bolts||FA. M Jäger. 1992.|
|3||Heppy Birsday||23||Bolted by Stuart Brown 2005, FA. J Lawson.|
|4.||Streef Bogananoff||7a/24||8 Bolts||FA. G Holwill. 2002.|
|5.||Hot Toddy Bension||7c/28||7 Bolts||FA. G Holwill. 1997.|
|6.||Brandenburg Gate||6b+/21||8 Bolts||FA. M Jäger|
|7.||Ben Behaving Madly 7b+/27||27/7b+||4 Bolts||FA. G Holwill. 1997.|
|8.||<open project>||BB. Stuart Brown|
In 1992, Mike Jäger and friends visited SA from the former East Germany. Mike opened several routes in the style of his home area - the Elbsandstein. Unfortunately he never informed us of the name and thus we have named them for him. None of the routes were popular because of the long leadouts. This changed in 1997 when we added some bolts between the original bolts. At the same time, I opened two new routes. *
- History Credits - Guy Hollwil