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Probably the most popular natural attraction in all of Guilin, youíre most likely already familiar with the iconic Moon Hill if youíve been looking into climbing in China. The giant arch was one of the first pieces of stone to be bolted in YangShuo and is a top priority for many a traveling climber. The arch was adopted as a symbol of both YangShuo and Guilin county some time ago and has been declared some sort of protected area complete with entrance booths, touts, and whatnot. Iím not fluent in Engrish, so Iím not exactly sure what the current situation is on climbing the arch. Regardless, the area is heavily traveled by tourists so keep an eye out, especially when grabbing those delicate tuffas up above.
Moon Hill park is down the road from the Wine Bottle area. The bus stops here so it shouldnít be difficult to find. You have to pay a couple dollars to get inside the park and then schlep it up several hundred stairs. Donít worry, there will be touts all over the place with cool refreshments.
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Over the Moon 5.12c 7b+ 27 IX- E6 6b Asia : China : ... : Moon Hill
Another amazing Moon Hill route.This route climbs up a delicate start to continuous, steep overhanging tufa stalagtites. There's a spectacular no hands rest, stradling a large tufa 1/2 way through the overhang, a welcome rest for the crux to come. (We were told the Chinese name for this route is 'Flying Horse,' named for this rest stradling the high tufa.) Continue from the rest up through slightly harder terrain, pull the lip, and finally through the crux at the last bolt where the holds get a ...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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