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As the name suggests this crag is large open cave located behind a village. The crag faces North West providing all day shade for most climbs. All routes and belay areas are sheltered from rain. Climbs on offer range from 5.4 to 5.13b.
Nice and easy.
Excellent climbing and a great photo opportunity! Steep climbing on big holds ends with a tricky balancy crux on small holds. Possibly harder then the grade suggests.
Don't know if that route was still an open project ... in the guide-book it was, but a grading already given (7b+/7c), which i can confirm (felt harder than 7b+ for me).
Starting with easy climbing, coming into the steep part with good holds followed by a bouldery part with small edges and a foothook to accelerate dynamically to a big jug. Topping out is not that difficult any more.
|5.12b to 5.12c|
|7||Grievous Bodily Harm||5.12d|
FA: Logan Barber
The Funky Chicken
FFA Cheng Xie Wei 2008
White Tiger (1st anchor)
Finishes before final boulder
FA Shinsuke Kimura
Short, steep boulder problem on dusty holds.
|16||Clean Jean||5.10b to 5.10c||20m|
One tricky move at the start ends with two possible variations to reach the anchor.
A steep start leads to beautiful easy stalactite climbing.
FA: Paul Collis, Matt Warner, Ton Ton, 2008
Steep and pumpy. Probably harder than the grade suggests.
FA: Paul Collis, Matt Warner, 2008
See You At The Party Richter!
This climb starts at the top of Weekend Warriors.
|5.10b to 5.10c||Clean Jean||20m|
|5.12a||See You At The Party Richter!||4|
|7b+||White Tiger (1st anchor)||15m|
|5.12b to 5.12c||Calamity Jane|
|5.12d||Grievous Bodily Harm|
|5.13b||The Funky Chicken|