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Jobisan Crag Submitted on May 5th, 2013 by pnwgr20 Print
Type: Rock Climbs Province: Gyeonggi-Do City: Pyeongtaek
Park: n/a Rating: 5.8 - 5.14 Style: Sport
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Description
Ok, so there is another entry for this called Jobiam that is listed under Yongin. I think that the name of this place is Jobisan. This is a good place to get strong. Routes range from 5.8 to 5.14. See the picture.

The cave has fixed, chained quickdraws. Before you get to the climbing area, you'll see on the left a wooden sign and a small bouldering area. One nice thing about this place is that on a hot summer day, the cave will be cool.


Directions
Map coordinates are 37.11827, 127.36832. I think we passed Anseong and took the highways 38 and 70 and then made a left. There will be a camping place at the turn.

You'll walk up some stairs, then past a cemetery.


Safety Concerns
Everything seems pretty solid here.


Gear to Bring
10 quickdraws.


Additional Comments
There is nice shade in the cave.



Comment added by btellis2 on June 23rd, 2015
Went there recently I had some comments:
At that camping place, you should see a sign for Jobisan Garden Restaurant. Park in the restaurant lot, walk up the stairs, and follow the path right past the cementary.

This crag is nice! There are stairs to the top of the mountain for a nice view.

The entire area has some sort of mesh tarp set up for shade, and tons of logs/rocks placed to make benches. Every route has been updated with new gear and I didn't notice any choss. The face climbs are mostly 10-12, but the cave has tons of 13-15 if you are that good. Pretty awesome little mountain that I definitely recommend



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