The best known group of Jain Tirthankar statues on the Gwalior Fort hill are along the western approach route to the hill, in what is known as the Urwahi Valley. While all other sides of the hill are faced with a steep escarpment (on which other statue groups have been cut, the middle of the western face has a relatively more gradual forested valley that leads part-ways up the hill. The approach route has been made in this valley. Along the sides of the valley, also scarped, are two major groups of Jain sculptures.
Before we come to the first of these two major groups, even before we enter the lower fortifications of Urwahi Valley, there is a smaller group with smaller sculptures, which are now controlled/maintained by a new Jain temple at the site. I’m not sure how old these statues are: