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Long/Lat: 99.425778, 7.113902
- Unique Features And Strengths:
Koh Laoliang is an idyllic paradise island with towering limestone cliffs, quiet beaches, impeccable sand and crystal clear waters.
The climbing is 50 feet away from the camp, right over the crystal clear water. Classic limestone tufas and stalactites, including multipitch routes. Routes range from 5.8 to
5.12+ (5+ to 7c) In addition to roped climbing, Laoliang has amazing cave bouldering (possibly the best bouldering in all of Thailand!) and numerous cliffs perfect for deep water soloing.
- Where To Stay:
Laoliang is a private island resort located in the Andaman Sea off the west coast of Southern Thailand. Laoliang combines an idyllic tropical setting with world-class adventure sports. The resort has been established in a low key, eco-friendly way, with every effort to preserve it as a pristine island paradise.
|2||Something For Nothing||7a||25m|
|5||Chillin' Like A Villain||6b||20m|
Takes the right of the lip onto the tufa then the arete.
FA: Eric Ruderman, Trevor Massiah, 2006
FA: Trevor Massiah
9 threads, 15m
FA: Kiera & Trevor Messiah, 2008
5 threads, 15m
FA: Kiera & Trevor Messiah, 2008
|11||The Bangkok Coconut Mafia||6c||20m|
FA: Trevor Massiah, 2009
1st pitch: 5, 5 threads, 10m 2nd pitch: 6a+, 10 threads, 18m
|20||Czech It Out||5||37m,|
The Flying Dutchwoman
7 threads, ring anchor
FA: Babs Jongmans, 2008
1st Pitch is 6a.
|34||Island In The Stream||6c||4|
Variation to the right for the last 2 pitches of Island In The Stream.
|36||50 Dollar Meat Wallet||7b+|
|39||House of the Rising Sun||6b||260m|
|40||The Golden Triangle||6c||30m|
|41||No Name p1||6b||35m|
|42||No Name p2||6b+||30m|
1st pitch: 5, 6 threads, 10m 2nd pitch: 6a+, 2 bolts, 5 threads, 16 meters
FA: X-Site Team, 2005
|45||The Flying Dutchman||6a||815m,|
Monsoon - Pitch 1
Walk to the end of the beach, climb the fixed line and follow the trail towards the cliff. About 5 minutes from the beach.
|1||A Drop In The Ocean||7c||50m|
|2||Over The Hill||6c|
|7||The Way Of The Sarge||7a+|
|8||Viper Goes Free||6b|