Kowloon Peak Rock Climbing
Janet Cheung on Kowloon Peak.
A big mountain, above Hong Kong.
Kowloon Peak towers over eastern Kowloon, with an elevation of roughly 600 meters. There are three main access points:
1. Lower Walls (Split Boulder to September Crag): Start at Good Hope School Bus Stop. This is by the upper school entrance on Clearwater Bay Road. Take a taxi from Choi Hung MTR, bus 91, or minibus 1A/11/1/1S/11S.
2. Fei Ngo Shan Road
3: Summit area of Kowloon Peak
Weather station 2.1 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Kowloon Peak
Sunset Crack 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b Asia
: ... : Yellow Wall & Hopeless Butt...
British Grade: S 4bPitch 1 (25 m) 3a – Climb easily through the slabs and bugling walls beneath the Yellow Wall to a prominent corner.Pitch 2 (23 m) 4a – Follow the corner system until forced rightwards onto a narrow ledge. Climb the slab above towards a belay at a tree in the corner.Pitch 3 (25 m) 4a – Climb the very wet crack/corner chimney line to the left of the belay, past an overhang, until it is possible to move left into a small grassy gully.Pitch 4 (18 m) 4b – Make an exposed fi...[more] Browse More Classics in International
Guy Bigwood on Kowloon Peak. Pic by Cam Burns (Cam...
By Owen Darrow
Aug 18, 2011
What are the routes like? Climbing above that large of a city must be really cool