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Member Since: Jan 3, 2013
Last Visit: Nov 25, 2016
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
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Location: Asia : Vietnam : Cat Ba Island : Buddha Cave : Fistful of Stalactite (5.12a)
By: Cat Ba Asia Outdoors When: Sep 1, 2016

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Comments: FYI the main stalactite to receive a fistful of has broken off. The route is still quite climbable just considerably harder!


Location: Asia : Vietnam : Lan Ha Bay : Hon Nen (Candle stick)
By: Cat Ba Asia Outdoors When: May 26, 2016

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Comments: While the climbing is not fantastic, in comparison to other areas around the bay, it is still an amazing feature with fantastic views and worth checking out. Tight rope (5c) is the easiest way up but there is lots of potential lines, if you willing to tough out some choss, fire ants and bush wacking. Don't forget to sign the summit reg in the dry bag at the rap station!


Location: Asia : Vietnam : Cat Ba Island : Buddha Cave : Photo
By: Cat Ba Asia Outdoors When: Feb 25, 2016

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Comments: Accurate route names and grades reflected on main page.

20,000 VND entrance fee to the local owner required for each entrant.


Location: Asia : Vietnam : Ha Long Bay
By: Cat Ba Asia Outdoors When: Jun 23, 2013

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Comments: Asia Outdoors has been busy opening up some new crags in Tung Thit, one of the many small islands in Lan Ha Bay (the less traveled sister of Halong Bay). Tung Thit is home to “The Amphitheatre”, a 50 meter crag featuring 10 bolted routes ranging in grade from 6b to 8a. A new DWS area was discovered directly across the way from the amphitheatre with routes ranging in difficulty from 6a to 7b. Make sure to consult with the shop for tide levels as this is a high-tide-only-zone (check yourself be... more >>


Location: Asia : Vietnam : Ha Long Bay
By: Cat Ba Asia Outdoors When: Jan 12, 2013

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Comments: Just a few updates:

Tiger & Moody Beach can be accessed by boat in Lan Ha Bay. Tiger Beach is a private beach in Lan Ha Bay and you will need access passes to climb here. Check with Asia Outdoors for information.

DWS will depend on the conditions of the tides. When the tides are too low, starting on a route will be extremely difficult and increasing the dangers of falling onto the boat and hitting rocks. Email info@asiaoutdoors.com.vn for information about days with optimal tide condition... more >>