Meilahti hosts a large amount of climbing from very easy to very hard, and from very low to very tall routes. The rock quality is very smooth and routes offer varying styles to climb on. There's something for everyone.

The tall lines at the main wall was originally climbed with a top rope and there are still several bolts at the top of the routes. Modern style seems to be only bouldering, but nothing stops you to try the tallest routes also with a top rope.

Seaside sector has very smooth rock and some polished holds. Routes at the sea cliff dry very quickly after the rain. It's too hot in summer months, but is an excellent choice early in spring or late in autumn.

Left wall is suprisingly a newer addition. There are some tricky lowballs for pygmies, higher easier routes and a couple of harder compression problems.


Climbing has been limited!

There's a house at right end beside the Right Wall. In order to maintain the access to this part of the cliff, please avoid yelling and other unnecessary noise. Do not climb new routes to the right end of the main cliff.

Do not block the access to the old underground storages near the left sector. Those are still in use. Please leave your car to the marked parking areas.