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A Crag Guide gives an extensive view of all sub areas and climbs at a point in the index. It shows a snapshot of the index heirachy, up to 300 climbs (or areas) on a single web page. It shows selected comments climbers have made on a recently submitted ascent.

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Table of contents

1. Left Hand Side Wall 9 routes in Sector

All Sport climbing

The left hand side wall is located just a few meters left of the main crag. Follow the track for a few meters past a few bushes and bamboo trees.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Mei Wen Ti / No problem

FA: Andrew Hedesh, May 2011

5.10a Sport 25m, 8
2 Little Homie

FA: Andrew Hedish, May 2011

5.11b Sport 24m
3 French Connection

FA: Andrew Hedish & John Graham, May 2011

5.12a Sport 25m
4 Rock N Rolla / B.Cross

FA: Andrew Hedish & TJ, May 2011

5.12d Sport 25m
5 People's Commune

FA: Andrew Hedish & Ruben Mul, May 2011

5.12c Sport 25m
6 Big Blister

FA: TJ & Alex Xi Tang, May 2011

5.11d Sport 25m
7 The Slackline Incident

FFA: Abond & Andrew Hedesh, May 2011

5.12c Sport 25m, 13
8 The Traveling Alan

Excellent sustained and varied climbing on the right side of the wall.

FA: Andrew Hedish, May 2011

5.11a Sport 32m, 14
9 Yu Rong Market

FA: Sierra & Eric Allen, Nov 2012

5.11a Sport 32m, 13

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.10a Mei Wen Ti Sport 25m, 8
5.11a The Traveling Alan Sport 32m, 14
Yu Rong Market Sport 32m, 13
5.11b Little Homie Sport 24m
5.11d Big Blister Sport 25m
5.12a French Connection Sport 25m
5.12c People's Commune Sport 25m
The Slackline Incident Sport 25m, 13
5.12d Rock N Rolla Sport 25m