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Fantastic multipitch granite domes within an ancient fortress. Y. Chouinard has a route here from the 1960s. Trad as well as super run-out sport. Mostly slab and crack climbing. Camping allowed with permit. Route maps can be found in gear shops near park entrance. Do not go on Sunday unless you want crowds.
Entrance is on the east side of Pukhansan National Park just north of Seoul. You can get there by tube out of central Seoul, get off at the stop after seracsan at either #414 at Suyu on Line 4, or #115 Dobong on Line 1. Take a taxi from here to the park entrance. Hike up the main drainage to the crags up in the summit area. Approx 45 minute approach hike. Sport climbs found immediately after the hermitage. Multipitch routes are found soon after.
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Chouinard B 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c Trad, 5 pitches, 500'
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Chouinard A 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a Asia : South Korea : Seoul-InSu Bong
This is a left-facing off-width crack that provides amazing endurance driven climbing. Pitch 1: 55 meters of 5.8 climbing.Pitch 2: 40 meters of 5.10 off-width. This is, for good reason, the crux of the route. Pull through the roof with a nice fist jam and make your way up the crack. Pitch 3: 30 meters of 5.7 chimney climbing.Pitch 4: 20 meters of 5.6 climbing and a scramble to the top. Each anchor is bolted with beautiful American Death Triangles. There are bolted anchors everywhere, pick one! I...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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