Use this Region Guide to easily find and compare Crags.
Table of contents
- 1. Pacific Islands
1 in Region
- 1.1. Federated States of Micronesia 1 in Region
Fiji 0 in Region
- 1.2.1. Yanuca Island 0 in Area
- 1.3. Kiribati 0 in Region
- 1.4. Marshall Islands 0 in Region
- 1.5. Nauru 0 in Region
- 1.6. New Caledonia 0 in Region
- 1.7. Palau 0 in Region
Papua New Guinea 0 in Region
- 1.8.1. Port Moresby 0 in Crag
- 1.9. Samoa 0 in Region
- 1.10. Solomon Islands 0 in Region
- 1.11. Tonga 0 in Region
- 1.12. Tuvalu 0 in Region
- 1.13. Vanuatu 0 in Region
Long/Lat: 161.150652, -11.436589
The Fijian mainland and its surrounding islands are host to a small number of climbing locations (mainly bouldering), the rock here is not great and conditions sweaty, but not to deter those who are willing.
Island has potential with multiple faces on the far western beaches behind the surf camps. Also potential all most headlands for DWS routes, mostly overhanging.
Boat Trip to island approx $25USD/P each way.
Climbing is relatively new to New Caledonia. With the island being one big 500km long mountain range and a bunch of keen French climbers now resident here, this will no doubt be a space to watch for Aussies wanting an island climbing holiday in the future.
The main area is the limestone at Koumac on the West Coast in the far north of the island with the beautiful Grottes de Koumac and Roches De Notre Dame. Although Hieghene on the north end of the notrth end of the stunning east coast promises a wonderland with a vast amount of limestone cast towers and faces not unlike parts of Thailand.