This crag sits in the stunning Mureung Valley 무릉계곡, which means “A Valley Of Paradise”. Th e climbs here o er fun jamming on different sized cracks. A few of the routes are well bolted, but many of the routes can be easily protected by cams. When you get to the top belay anchors, you can tell why this valley is called Paradise.The wall faces southeast on basalt rock with vertical cracks and overhangs.
From Donghae Bus Terminal 동해, which can be accessed from all the major cities, take a bus bound for Mureung 무릉. Get off at the end of the bus line and walk towards the end of the road to the ticket counter. Begin hiking on the main trail of Mureung Valley 무릉계곡. As you hike up, check for the sign that says “쌍폭” Ssangpok. It will take fifty minutes to reach Ssangpok 쌍폭. Past the iron bridge and close to Ssangpok, the crag can be viewed above the trees to your right. Look for the tiny path that ascends steeply to reach the crag. Scramble up the trail for five minutes.
Gear 12 draws, a 60m rope, and a full set of cams. Safety A helmet and extra webbing is recommended. Additional Comments Each route has its own number at the start that shows the grade. The crag is divided by a cave that sits in the middle of the wall.The cave can be bivouacked. There are also many campsites around the crag. Water can be found by Yongchu Falls 용추폭포.There are many minbaks 민박 and great campsites at the entrance of the mountain.
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