A little further from the waves and spray on a very windy day. This crag sports a few 5.10 trad lines and an handful of closely packed 5.11 sport climbs all on the flat east face. While none of these are classics, all are good. The rock is compact and solid and holds are high friction.
This is the second large crag on the right if approached via the North Parking Area (see main Long Dong Area page), and lies just up and southwest of School Gate. It can be recognized by it's prominant feature, a square-ish East-facing rib of rock 75' tall, on which a half dozzen routes lie.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Disco Buttress:
Fist Full of Disco 5.10a Trad, 75 feet
Right Disco Crack 5.10b PG13 Trad, 75 feet
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Fist Full of Disco 5.10a International : Asia : ... : Disco Buttress
A climb which will be difficulty and fun-level dependent upon your personal taste and body size. The crux will be fists for some, forearms for others, and stacks for the smallest. The thuggy movement might beg the climber to wait for cooler weather, and the rock texture may encourage the less experienced crack climbers to wait for long-sleeve weather.Climb a few easy moves to reach the bottom of the dihedral, then jam and thrutch up the fist and off-fist moves (forearm locks for me) through an...[more] Browse More Classics in International