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Suraksan Ujung Amjang (수락산 우정암장) Submitted on November 5th, 2016 by Kimchi_Conspiracy Print
Type: Rock Climbs Province: Gyeonggi-Do City: Seoul
Park: n/a Rating: 5.6 - 5.10 Style: Sport
Views: 5412 Photos: 2 Photo(s) - Add Photos Maps: 2 Image(s) - Add Images

A great place to practice for beginners and intermediates alike.

Slabs with 2 pitches.

Some routes are rated aid climbing

No need to bring protection, it's all bolted

Take the subway to Suraksan Station and exit 1. Take deongneung-ro 12ga-gil up to the mountain. You will run into a parking lot. Keep going up and you will run into a sign. Turn right (follow the arrow) and you will run into a temple. At this point, go down a little and go up again. The peak should be to your left side. Keep going until you get to an opening. There isn't a lot of landmark, so you just have to follow the trail.

This is GPX file

Safety Concerns
It's all bolted.
It can be busy, but plenty of room to share

Gear to Bring
12 draws should be enough
60m rope for the bottom and 40m rope for the top.
2~3 locking carabiner for anchor
maybe a sling.

If you want to try overhang, bring aid climbing kit

Additional Comments
If you want to go no further than the 1st pitch, there are anchors for top roping.
If you want to go up to the 2nd pitch, bring a sling, unless you want to tie your rope directly to a tree.

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