Sununsan limestone-- slab to face to overhangs. . . just over 100+ routes mostly put in during the early to mid 1990s. All single pitches (I think only 1 or 2 are not) are 25 meters or less. . . 2 require 13 draws, one 12 and the rest fewer. Some are really short, with a good many under 10 meters-- almost boulder problems with a couple of bolts.
When I first got to Korea in 1998 we climbed here a bit. . . but the place has largely fallen out of favor. I had thought it was off limits but recently learned it was not-- just rarely climbed in fa... [Read More]
Mun Bawi is a sharp limestone face with plenty of small "pockety" holds; and although the face is contaminated with moss, it doesn't appear to be a very big deal. There is a single 5.11b layaway crack. There are no dramatic overhangs to speak of. All fifteen routes are very well-bolted climbs.... [Read More]
Mostly overhanging limestone rock. Some of the routes offer up friendly jugs, while others only provide the small crimper or slopper.
A good majority of the climbs are 5.11 and 5.12. There are a handful of beginner climbs and 5.10s. If you head to the large boulder to the right of the main wall you will find some easier climbs.
Behind the main wall, about a 5-8 minute hike is the 'Wind Tunnel'. The place looks like a cave where the top has been ripped off. Most of the climbs on these walls are 5.12 or 5.13. On summer days you can f... [Read More]