대치유슈지체육공원 View Full Version of 대치유슈지체육공원

Province Name: Gyeonggi-Do
City Name: Seoul
Type of Area: Artificial Walls

Description
A small wall made up of four sections, from left to right, lets just say A, B, C, & D.

A, the far left section is five panels high and 7 panels wide(5X7m). There are two fixed anchors with ring-hooks and two twin bolt hanger sets for independently made anchors.

B, the mid left section is six panels wide by seven panels high(6X7m). There are two fixed anchors with ring-hooks and three twin bolt hanger sets for independently made anchors.

C, the highest of the four, is six panels wide and ten panels high(6X10m). There are three fixed anchors with ring-hooks and two twin bolt hanger sets for independently made anchors.

D, is the small bouldering section. It is only 3 panels high and 7 panels wide.

The wall runs roughly 26 panels wide total.

The routes although primarily overhung, are no harder than 5.10a depending on what you make of them. There is no roof.

A minimum of 7QD's is required to climb on the ring-hook anchored routes.

Directions
Please refer to the attached map. The easiest way is to take a cab(no more than a few bucks) from one of the three subway stations:
--Yellow BunDang Line Hanti Station Exit#2
--Green Line#2 Samsung Station Exit#2(by foot) or Exit#3(by cab)
-- Line#3 HakYeoEul Exit #1

The easiest way aside from walking is to print this map out before taking off. Not all the cab drivers are familiar with this park, as it is hidden and sunken from the view of the main roads.

This is also a good link to give you a clearer idea of what the place looks like as a whole: http://tmac.kr/127

Additional Comments
The shade finally comes over the wall by early noon. There is no water, so BYO. Restrooms are just across the way in the main building--impossible to miss the irregularly large signs.

There is a track, soccer field, tennis courts, and roller-blading to be had here; however, except for the artificial wall, these cost money to reserve, so don't be offended if they ask you to stop tossing the frisbee on the soccer field.

The environment is clean. A Chinese restaurant delivery guy regularly stops by regularly offering free ice water and the chance to order food on the nice hot days.

For a relaxed and fun time, Sanirang Alpine Networks offers free top-roping clinics every Wednesday during the regular seasons. Those who partake will get a free SAN t-shirt. All climbing gear is provided from climbing shoes to helmet. For more information on this, please contact: [email protected]

More Comments
Comment added by rayadoman on August 5th, 2011
The map is slightly off. It is a little to the north in the white area. There is a small ridge between the river and the wall. If you are coming from the bike path along the river you will need to take a side path shortly before the park.

The wall is nice with lots of grips, better than what I expected for an outdoor wall. However, the ground is plastic bricks which provide little protection from a fall. Routes are marked with color tape but labeled in Korean. My google translator failed with them.

I was there on a Friday night and had the wall to myself. Not sure how used this wall is.

Comment added by Initials on September 8th, 2011
I haven't been here but I wanted to know its location. I think this is the streetview on Daum.net map.

http://dmaps.kr/6tmq

Comment added by tae1822 on October 9th, 2013
I am not quite sure but I think they are charging a monthly fee for this wall now. There was a sign/notice thingy with a contact number and rules regarding the wall and payment.

It doesn't seem like they actually come down to check as the last 3 times no one has harassed me yet.