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JFMAMJJASONDseasonalitySport and Trad
Long/Lat: 138.638040, 35.914316
- Access Issues: inherited from Ogawayama
Much of the information about this crag is from the online guide http://www.ogawayama.com/
- Ethic: inherited from Japan
There`s not a lot of information about in English on climbing in Japan. Much of the information is kept in personal blogs or is accessed through joining a climbing organization.
Many of the routes are well protected, while other less climbed "sport" routes have loose pitons as protection.
The Japan Free Climbing Association does a lot of good work (http://freeclimb.jp/seibi/seibi.htm) but with some clubs and communities, many techniques and ethics are still passed down from old generations with outdated gear and techniques.
Jet Stream / ジェットストリーム
|2||Yousorou / ヨーソロー||5.11a|
Gypsy / ジプシー
Slab Route located above Jet Stream
|4||Mizusumashi / 水すまし||5.8|
|5||Tentoumushi / てんとうむし||5.11d|
Katatsumuri / かたつむり
Mixture of crack and face climbing.
The start of the climb is protected with 4 bolts, the remainder of climb is NP (F#3, R1, F#2.5)
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang / ちきちき・ばんばん
The bolts might look in the wrong place, but once you have a good look at the route and rock around, you will notice that they are about right.
Kabutomushi / かぶとむし
Beautiful arete climb
|9||Koganemushi / こがねむし||5.12a|
|10||Prism / プリズム||5.10c|
|11||Abracadabura / アブラカだブラ||5.11a|
|12||Aurora No.2 / オーロラ Ⅱ号||5.10d||30m|
|13||Curry Syndrome / カレーシンドローム||5.10d||30m|
|14||Dark Crystal / ダーク・クリスタル||5.9|
Kumo no ito / 蜘蛛の糸
Classic Finger Crack. The lines runs straight down the center of the main wall.
The name of the climb means "Spider silk".
|17||Chawan Mushi / ちゃわんむし||5.11a|
|18||Aburamushi / アブラムシ||5.12a|
|19||Kogure dai Saakasu / コグレ大サーカス||5.10c|
Kareki wo Otoshita Yo! / 枯れ木を落としたよ！
Route Name means "I dropped a dead tree!"
Kumo no Jinjuurou / 蜘蛛の神十郎
Route name means " Team of Spiders"
Nanryu Kanagawa Route
Starts on the obvious slab/corner on the left as you get to Yane Sanpou.
South Ledge - Lemon #3-peak
Nanryou Remon Route - South Ridge Lemon Route
Another good long stroll, this one being more even than Nanryou Kanagawa Route and featuring a cracking third pitch. The traverse on Pitch 2 can also be intimidating. Take a rack.
|Nanryou Remon Route - South Ridge Lemon Route||5150m|
|Nanryu Kanagawa Route||4150m|
|South Ledge - Lemon #3-peak||4100m|
|5.10c||Kogure dai Saakasu|
|Kareki wo Otoshita Yo!|
|5.11b||Chitty Chitty Bang Bang|
|Kumo no ito||23m|
|Kumo no Jinjuurou|