This three-sided crag sits on the ridgecrest that seperates the Screeching Wall conyon from Muscle Beach. The position is pleasant and the out-of-the-way nature helps thin crowds, but there's not a very high concentration of pitches here in any specific genre. A couple of moderate cracks are worthy, but the best reason to trudge up to this spot is the small batch of technical 5.0-5.11 sport climbs on the south and east faces. If you send them all, have a go at the crag's crimpy testpiece, 'Peaches' (5.12a).
This crag has three different aspects - east, south and west - so you can find sun or shade at any time of the day. There's not much in the way of belay shade at any of the three walls.
Follow the directions to Doctors' Wall. Once there, continue north by scrambling through the Fern Gully corridor, passing Blipvert and Tippling Tower on the right. About 30 metres past Tippling Tower, watch carefully for a faint trail that breaks left up a grassy, sparsely treed slope. Follow this path uphill, bearing left at the top to soon reach the base of Top Tier's east face.
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