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Vertigo Rock Climbing 

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Location: 11.16688, 119.3858 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Ramoun on Jan 3, 2016
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Vertigo is located just past Lapus Lapus Beach and Jellyfish rock, but before the massive arch. This is the location of the very first official route we made during our trip to El Nido and hosts only a single route so far, which is the namesake of the area. This is under the tree growing low on the darker colored rock, and has a hanging uvula shaped rock at the base. The section of climbing we did almost looks like a conglomerate from afar, although we didn't really get to take a closer look at the quality since our visit was nearing sunset.

Getting There 

This area is only accessible by water.

Climbing Season

For the Oceania area.

Weather station 71.9 miles from here

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This was the first climb I finished, and the only real climb we were able to do before we were about to run out of daylight and had to leave.The climb starts on a massive stalactite resembling a uvula and follows a jug haul line all the way to the tree above where one is able to stand.The crux of the climb would have to be how sharp the holds are, which gave my hands a good deep slicing....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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