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Table of contents

1. Low Mountain Area 19 routes in Crag

Mostly Sport

Long/Lat: 110.499029, 24.735542


Low Mountain incorporates Low Mountain South Face and Low Mountain Western Arête. The crag offers both single and multi pitch routes. Some single pitch climbs are polished and there is loose rock on the multi pitch routes, so helmets are good idea. The left half of the south face is sheltered in the rain and all routes between “Touching the Cloth” and The Pig Emperor” stay dry even in torrential rain. All routes are in the sun from early morning until mid afternoon.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Name? 1

Trad route to top of Mountain. Exact line not known. Descend via Monkey King.

FA: Dave Gliddon & Erik, 2005

5.10a Trad 4
2 ** Touching The Cloth

FA: James Murphy, Karen Potts, Roland, 2004

5.11c Sport
3 My Dad's Bigger Than Your Dad

FA: James Murphy, Karen Potts, Roland, 2004

5.10b Sport 20m, 7
4 Lazy Days

FA: Paul Collis & Lao Gan Ma, 2004

5.9 Sport 24m, 9
5 The Footsteps of Our Ancestors

FA: Paul Collis & Lao Gan Ma, 2004

5.8 Sport 21m, 6
6 * Ten Thousand

FA: Oliver Balmer, Echo Woo, Shunbin, 2004

5.10b Sport 21m, 6
7 Sheriff Fatman

FA: James Murphy, Karen Potts, Roland, 2004

5.10a Sport 15m, 6
8 ** Die Another Day

FA: Paul Collis, James Bond, James Murphy, 2004

5.11a AU:23 Sport 18m, 7
9 ** The Pig Emperor

FA: Dave Gliddon & Tyson, 2005

5.11a AU:22 Sport 20m, 8
10 ** Flake Out

FA: Paul Collis, Yang Ai Hu, Lily Lao Gan Ma Grigri, 2004

5.10c Sport 20m, 10
11 * The Monkey King - Pitch 1 Only

The Monkey King - Pitch 1 Only

FA: Paul Collis & Liu Tao, 2004

5.10a Sport 20m, 8
12 * The Monkey King

The 1st 5 pitches are bolted, the last 2 pitches are trad protected. The 1st pitch is started by climbing a dead tree at the base of the climb.

FA: Paul Collis, Liu Tao, Sylvain Langris & Oliver Balmer, 2004

5.10c Sport 85m 7
13 The Naked Ape (TR)

Climb the tree to start.

FA: Paul Collis & Liu Tao, 2004

5.10a Sport 22m
14 * Via de L'Rosa

FA: The Israelis, 2004

5.10a Trad 5
15 * Via de L'Rosa alternate P1

Starts 25m to the right of the normal P1 start.

5.10b Trad
16 L'Echo des Montagnes

FA: Sylvain Langris & Olivier Balmer, 2004

5.8 Sport 5
17 I forgot the name

FA: GuGu, 2010

5.10c Sport 20m
18 Name? 2

FA: CMDI Bolting, 2010

5.12a Sport
19 Name? 3

FA: CMDI Nolting, 2010

5.10d Sport

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.8 L'Echo des Montagnes Sport 5
The Footsteps of Our Ancestors Sport 21m, 6
5.9 Lazy Days Sport 24m, 9
5.10a Name? 1 Trad 4
Sheriff Fatman Sport 15m, 6
* The Monkey King - Pitch 1 Only Sport 20m, 8
The Naked Ape (TR) Sport 22m
* Via de L'Rosa Trad 5
5.10b My Dad's Bigger Than Your Dad Sport 20m, 7
* Ten Thousand Sport 21m, 6
* Via de L'Rosa alternate P1 Trad
5.10c ** Flake Out Sport 20m, 10
I forgot the name Sport 20m
* The Monkey King Sport 85m 7
5.10d Name? 3 Sport
5.11a ** The Pig Emperor Sport 20m, 8
5.11c ** Touching The Cloth Sport
5.11a ** Die Another Day Sport 18m, 7
5.12a Name? 2 Sport