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Table of contents

1. Dragon River Crag 5 routes in Area

Summary:
All Sport
Description:

Dragon River Crag is a small crag located around 80 meters from the Yu Long river. The crag contains only a few routes, however the upper hard pitches are on excellent rock. The crag is in the sun until late afternoon.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 No Name 1a – 1st Pitch

This pitch finishes at the 1st belay. A second belay located further up the route is for rapping off the upper pitch.

F.A. Q Xiang, A Dong April 2009

5.10 BSport 27m
2 *** No Name 1b – 2nd Pitch

This pitch finishes at the 3rd belay without stopping at the 2nd belay station. The 2nd belay is only for descent due to the length of this pitch.

F.A. Q Xiang, A Dong April 2009

5.12bSport
3 No Name 2a – 1st Pitch

This pitch finishes at the 1st belay. A second belay located further up the route is for rapping off the upper pitch.

F.A. Q Xiang, A Dong April 2009

5.9Sport 22m
4 *** No Name 2b – 2nd Pitch

This pitch finishes at the 3rd belay without stopping at the 2nd belay station. The 2nd belay is only for descent due to the length of this pitch.

F.A. Q Xiang, A Dong April 2009

5.12cSport
5 No Name 3

This route finishes at the same anchor as No Name 2a – 1st Pitch.

F.A. A Xi Tang, pre 2009

5.9Sport 22m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.9 No Name 2a – 1st Pitch Sport 22m
No Name 3 Sport 22m
5.10 B No Name 1a – 1st Pitch Sport 27m
5.12b *** No Name 1b – 2nd Pitch Sport
5.12c *** No Name 2b – 2nd Pitch Sport