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Padang-Padang Beach

International > Asia > Indonesia > Bali

Description

Short, limestone wall with several vertical to overhanging routes. Rock can be wet and/or sandy, bolts are not top quality, and routes are mostly short, but challenging. Can also do some decent bouldering on this wall and some boulders in the area.

Getting There

Head towards Uluwatu from Denpasar or Kuta. Continue past the town of Pecatu and ask for Padang-Padang Beach. You can plug the GPS coordinates into Google Maps and it will also give you directions. You will cross a bridge that looks down over the beach, and there will be parking on the right hand side after the bridge. Go down the steps to the beach and the crag will be the obvious orange limestone wall on the left. Looks for the bolts.

Routes from Left to Right

V1 5
 1
Overhang
Boulder
V3-4 6A+
 1
Limey Climby, Reefy Surfy
Boulder
V4 6B
 1
Limey Low
Boulder
Route Name Location Star Rating Difficulty Date
Overhang
 1
V1 5 Boulder
Limey Climby, Reefy Surfy
 1
V3-4 6A+ Boulder
Limey Low
 1
V4 6B Boulder

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The bolts at Padang-Padang Beach near Pecatu, Bali, Indonesia are in really really bad shape, climb at your own risk.
[Hide Photo] The bolts at Padang-Padang Beach near Pecatu, Bali, Indonesia are in really really bad shape, climb at your own risk.
Older steel bolt next to newer gluein
[Hide Photo] Older steel bolt next to newer gluein
Main climbing wall at Padang-Padang Beach
[Hide Photo] Main climbing wall at Padang-Padang Beach

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Merrick Schaefer
Washington, DC
[Hide Comment] As of 2015 the bolts on Padang-Padang were in really really bad shape, rusty and corroded. The routes are short and it is probably not worth it on those bolts. The bouldering however is super fun and steep. Good for an afternoon. Sep 6, 2019