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Unread 05-07-2008, 11:36 PM
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Bouldering and Unbolted Routes in Busan?

Wondering if any Busan locals have information regarding the unbolted routes in Busan. I will be travelling down soon and dont want to haul a bunch of unneeded gear.

Also, Bouldering, what is the bouldering like in Busan? Should I bring a pad or just climb routes?

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Amnam?

You might check out the two "easy" 7 meter? routes at Shark Rock in Amnam Park. . . if you have a spotter or pad, the rock is super solid. . . one's a 10a, the other-- the cover of Kim Yong-gi's guide-- a photogenic 10d. You can do them!! Anyway, the rock is super solid and grippy and friction-y. Actually, I think Amnam might have DWS potential. . . but I didn't check out too much, but Whale Rock might have interesting bouldering potential at the bottom. . .

I'll ask some of the folks around here about other places and keep my eyes open in Geumjeongsan tomorrow!
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