The Rabbit Hole Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Andy Riley on Mar 20, 2017|
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Access Issue: Keeping climbs open depends on maintaining good relationships with locals and monks Details
This climbing area is intertwined with monasteries and pagodas. It is critical for climbing in Myanmar to maintain these relationships through respectful conduct with the monks and the surrounding areas. Please be modest, respectful, friendly, and responsive to the wishes of the monks and local people. Do not climb on religious monuments, and remove shoes when crossing over established pagoda areas.
A stellar wall with a few hard climbs on good rock quality. The routes are pocketed and generally have a few cruxes broken up by decent resting positions. All the routes are hard in the 11+/12- range. The belays are on a somewhat narrow ledge, but there are bolts at each climb for the belayer to attach themself if necessary.
Follow the road past past Karaweik Wall all the way around the mountain until you see some concrete stairs on your right. Go up these stairs that lead to a small cave. Before reaching the cave cut up and right for about 10 meters to the base of the wall and the climbs or continue all the way to the cave and follow the wall right to reach the climbs. Alternatively, follow the path past Karaweik Wall until you get to the cave entrance with two short bolted routes to the left. Go through the cave, halfway through the cave you'll come to some concrete flooring, pagodas, and Buddha statues. Once you get to this point, take your shoes off until you exit the cave. Turn left when you exit the cave. The wall is immediately to the left of the cave, the routes start on a narrow rock ledge.
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