Sumeun-am means hidden crag. As the name represents, it is hard to nd on the trail because the trees hide the rock and the location hinders the view. Although this crag is relatively small with easy routes, it features various climbs on granite rock. It faces east and is good quality rock.
The approach is similar to BAC. Go to Gyeonginyodae 경인교대.There is a parking lot by the bus stop. Walk 50m past the parking lot and cross the stream on your le . Continue for 20m and cross another stream. Hike right with the stream on your right (don’t hike up to the top). Follow the trail along the stream for fifteen minutes and keep an eye out for a rock with a few Chinese characters written on it and a temple mark 卍 in blue by the trail on your left . About 100m past this rock, look for a path on your left . Hike up the trail for a few minutes to reach the crag. From the parking lot, it will take twenty- five minutes to get to the crag.
Gear 10 draws and a 50m rope. Additional Comments The crag is in the sun until late a ernoon and is easily accessible by public transporta- tion. The belay station is well established and there are also good campsites available.
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