||The easiest approach to the Juno wall is as follows %u2013 from the pullout (containing the stone monument) walk to the left side of the rock cut on the other side of the highway. Walk up the well worn sheep path that gets you to the top of the rock cut %u2013 from there simply walk west up to the ridge and then follow the ridge up (south). The walking is initially fairly steep, but this is over in about 15 minutes. From here the ridge levels off and you continue following it for about another 10-15 minutes. Then ridge starts to get steep again %u2013 move up the ridge for another 200 metres until you come to two small (10-20 ft.) spruce trees growing side by side which have two stone cairns at the bottom of the trees. From here contour into the cliff (which is on your right) on a well worn path following the stone cairns. In about 50 metres from the trees you will come to a section of exposed down scrambling. There is wire cable installed to help for handholds and to clip into if so desired. Scramble slightly down and to the south until easy ground is gained (about 15 metres of easy scrambling). From here you will see the Juno wall %u2013 follow the nice trail up to the bottom of the wall. See Approach Topo.