Namphapayai Camp Saraburi Rock Climbing
|GPS:||14.698, 101.066 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
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|Shared By:||Nate Ball on Oct 26, 2014|
|Admins:||Brian Boyd, Tao Techakanon|
The rock is limestone, as is common in Thailand, however there are fewer tufas and the wall is more compact than typical. This makes the climb more technical and challenging than the usual tufa overhang.
Three main walls:
Pasak River Wall: Access is via zipline (amazing!) Long stretch with all grades of routes.
School Wall: Usually shaded, several good easy lines, great place to TR with beginners, and good to learn to lead climb and build confidence.
Bat Cave Wall: Always shaded. Hard climbing.
*The camp is a few hundred kilometers from the sea so there is no critical corrosion of the stainless steel here.*
Website address & contact
Central & Northeast Thailand Rock Climbing Guidebook
The bolting work never stops. More routes are being put up every year!
Great atmosphere and top quality rock. Routes for beginners up to very very hard stuff!
The GPS position of the camp is: 101,06432°E / 14,67644°N
Whichever way of transportation you use or wherever in Thailand you are coming from, the easiest way to get to the camp will be to get to Kaeng Khoi first.
Please get all the access details at this page:
Classic Climbing Routes at Namphapayai Camp Saraburi
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