|Comment added by mp31bravo on June 17th, 2006|
|Riddle and I went there yesterday, June 17th, 2006. It was the first time I ever climbed an almost holdless slab. Thank God the angle wasn't that bad. I even used this venue to introduce my girlfriend to climbing. It was a big confidence builder before I get her started on other routes. We went here because we couldn't find a nearby climb on Chun Tae San which was supposed to be right next to the Nak Dong river. Oh well!|
|Comment added by yandy on March 3rd, 2009|
Climbed on the upper slab last Sunday (1st March). Looks like a lot of work has been done by the local climbers. All the bolts and anchors looked new and bombproof. A nice picnic area has been developed, would be ideal for camping and getting on the rocks before the crowds.
Slabs were pretty easy, because of the gradient. The vertical faces about 30m up really stretch the 5.10b/c grades when compared to other climbs of those grades in Korea.
|Comment added by bhylenski on August 24th, 2009|
Yes, the routes are stout for their grade, but if your solid on slab, they are mild as slab goes. The rock is quite sticky. I enjoy crack climbing and this place has some superb cracks at the upper end of each roof. Their not on any topo, but just look up and bring your own trad gear...very nice routes! I don't grade routes very well, but if you've got large hands like me, you should not have a problem.
But, if your not confident with Trad, no worries, there is one beauty with a line of bolts right next to it. Reminiscient of Seoraksan bolting mentality!
Anyway, great place to climb and a good bit of potential if your willing to bring a trad rack.
|Comment added by tombanjo on May 7th, 2010|
|UPDATE: there is a 24 hour Nong Hyup ATM at the junction of the 1077 and the 24 just a short ways down from the crag. It's next to an elementary school which is on the corner of this intersection.|