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Insubong (Campsite Boulders)
Submitted on January 29th, 2006 by fitzelq Type: Bouldering    Province: Gyeonggi-Do    City: Seoul   
 photo The rock here consists of a worn granite, not smoothed by glaciation, but sharp with crystals. Some boulders sport bomber edges, some boulders beg serious cleaning time in order to remove the crumbly dirt and crust encasing some of the holds. But everything you want is here, from overhung roofs, highball scare-fests, dynos, V11 testpieces, excellent slabs, fun and interesting warm-ups and plenty of exploring and adventure -- all placed just beneath Insu Peak, and scattered around a quant Buddhist temple. It can be a bit noisy and you will de... [Read More]

Islands of Dadaepo
Submitted on May 9th, 2009 by choss monkey Type: Bouldering    Province: Gyeongsangnam-Do    City: Busan   
 photo while riding dolphins through the islands and looking for pirates booty with my trusty parrot at my side, we stumbled upon the greatest of treasures...... [Read More]

Kang Buk Gu
Submitted on September 26th, 2005 by grande Type: Bouldering    Province: Gyeonggi-Do    City: Seoul   
 photo First of all. THere are no 5.X. This is a bouldering area. I said traditional because that was the closest fit to bouldering.. because people climbed boulders before ropes were around.

There are all kinds: slabs, heel hooking traverses, and other typical routes.

The granite is mainly smooth so some not too many gubs.

There is rock everywhere. Just gotta explore. Just walk in any direction and you'll find it.

So I climbed some v1s and some v0s but the pictures are stuff I want to clean and try with some people.

The slight overha... [Read More]

Moraksan Boulder Town
Submitted on April 4th, 2007 by skinsk Type: Bouldering    Province: Gyeonggi-Do    City: Anyang   
 photo Slab to roof-like overhangs. Moraksan Boulder Town was created for a competition in 2006. Many manufactured holds/routes and some sharp rock, but if you live nearby it is convenient, and many problems can be done without a spotter or pad. There are a few short routes (maybe 2-3 bolts and an anchor) on the bigger rocks.

Routes are pretty obvious from the chipping and chalk. (I am not sure of grades, only some I could do so there are V0-V1! and as the area was used/created for a comp, I am guessing the hardest are pretty hard!

To download ... [Read More]

mountain across the street from k 16 army post closest subway is suseo
Submitted on March 17th, 2008 by bgcolbs40 Type: Bouldering    Province: Gyeonggi-Do    City: Seongnam   
 photo it is a dirty granite that has alot of flaky rock but besides me and two friends i think that it has never been climbed so most places are definatly virgin the reason i say v 16 is because some things i dont know if they are climbable... [Read More]

Naewonsa
Submitted on September 16th, 2011 by andymckilliam Type: Bouldering    Province: Gyeongsangnam-Do    City: Busan   
 photo Possibly some of the most accessably boulders in the country - if you have a car. The friendly female nuns at Naewonsa were good enough to pave a road the whole way through naewonsa proper (walking is required for the other areas). With a good arm you can literally through your pads from the car to the boulders.

Naewonsa is a really pretty valley with a boat load of boulders. The climbs offer pretty much everything sans crack. There are plenty of slabs, faces, overhangs and several roofs (one main cave). Arguably some of the best climbing in... [Read More]

Oo Ahm Mountain
Submitted on March 20th, 2006 by grande Type: Bouldering    Province: Chungcheongbuk-Do    City: Cheongju   
 photo A few boulders... [Read More]

Schoolboy Boulders
Submitted on October 26th, 2008 by choss monkey Type: Bouldering    Province: Gyeongsangnam-Do    City: Busan   
 photo Granite from bullet proof to pure choss. The North side of this little hill tends to have better quality rock than the South.

Not much of a destination, but it's nice if you live nearby. A number of the problems are V0-V1 and some can be done without a pad.... [Read More]

Songnisan
Submitted on March 20th, 2006 by grande Type: Bouldering    Province: Chungcheongbuk-Do    City: Cheongju   
 photo Rock: mixed granite. Some of it crumbles easy while other is strong and tight like .. ah nevermind
One theme of this rock is there are many small holes in areas so it is great for feet holds.
Other areas aren't likethat at all and resemble typical granite style

Songnisan is one beautiful and mystic place. As soon as you step off the bus you are refreshed with pine scented air.

If you hike the trails you will frequently come across restaurants. And at the top the view is fantastic.

Enjoy searching for boulders even outside the park gr... [Read More]

Soraesan
Submitted on April 4th, 2007 by skinsk Type: Bouldering    Province: Gyeonggi-Do    City: Siheung   
 photo I am guessing with ratings; some we could do, some we couldn't!

The boulders are near a training course complete with rope bridge and Tyrolian traverse (though rigged with a cable so you'd want to add your own rope) with a net underneath. Some of the short "rappel routes" could be top-roped.

About a half day's worth of amusements, but not much to recommend (unless you really want to practice tyrolian traverses where there's a net under you and matresses to smack into!)

A crash pad would be good, though the landings aren't bad and a go... [Read More]





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