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Table of contents

1. Diamond Cave 32 routes in Area

Summary:
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seasonality
Sport and Unknown

Long/Lat: 98.841333, 8.014471

Description:

Medium to good quality rock but very, very popular with the climbing schools.

1.1. Diamond Cave 7 routes in Area

Summary:
All Unknown
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Unknown 6bUnknown 27m
2 * Mr No Name 6b+Unknown 55m
3 Mrs No Name 6b+Unknown 55m
4 Lost Sock in the Laundromat of Oblivion 6b+Unknown 55m
5 Bar You Tee Nai? 7aUnknown 50m
6 * Sixty Degrees North 7a+Unknown 25m
7 Mao Say 7a+Unknown 45m

1.2. Diamond Cave North Face 25 routes in Area

Summary:
Sport and Unknown
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Attic Antics LHV 20Unknown 27m Gareth Llewellin 8 years ago

This is called 'Attic Antics LHV' with Aidy and Roz

Vanessa Wills 8 years ago

OS, follow slings instead of bolts

2 Attic Antics 6a+Unknown 27m Gareth Llewellin 8 years ago

This is called 'Attic Antics' Fun, steep stalagtite manouvres. with Aidy and Roz

Vanessa Wills 8 years ago

TR, nice roof but sharp rock

3 Thread Of Life

10 threads

6b+Sport 27m, 10 Gareth Llewellin 8 years ago

This is called 'Thread of Life' and has a crap start but awesome finish. with Aidy and Roz

Harsha Param 8 years ago

With David. Sandy nonsense start but superb finish. Might be better to do the 6b to the right for...

4 ** Jugs-o-Plenty 6bUnknown 27m Gareth Llewellin 8 years ago

This is called 'Jugs-o-Plenty' Steep start and then eases off. with Aidy and Roz

Harsha Param 8 years ago

With David. Steep and juggy goodness.

5 Kai Kad

aka 'Kad Kai'

5Sport 10m Paul Badenoch 2 years ago

Uninteresting.

Ashley Moore 7 years ago

Climbed it as 'Kad Kai'. Warren led first.

6 No Name 5 5Sport 20m Paul Badenoch 2 years ago

Up to the roof, more satisfying.

7 IKRC-2008 6bSport 30m, 7
8 Run Away

aka 'Run Away' in 'Rock Climbing in Thailand' Schmitz & Changrua

5Sport 14m Paul Badenoch 2 years ago

Beware mozzies and sun in the morning.

Ashley Moore 7 years ago

as 'Run Away'

9 Chock Dee 6aSport 20m Alex Rogers 3 years ago

Good climbing on clean well protected rock. Amazing limestone to climb on. Had a troop of mangrov...

Paul Badenoch 2 years ago

Another easy Diamond Wall offering.

10 Mot Daeng 5Sport 20m Alex Rogers 3 years ago

Another good easy climb. Straight up and then veer right around the shield-shaped steep bit. Choc...

Paul Badenoch 2 years ago

Reasonable finish.

11 Keep the Jam Man p1

3 bolts, 4 threads

FA: Nick Blaise, Martin Carstens, 1995

6a+Sport 20m, 7 Paul Badenoch 2 years ago

Hard work on lead solo.

Brad Amos 2 years ago

Made it up to the crux and got the last clip with little to no grace and then hit the jugs and ju...

12 Keep the Jam Man p2 6aUnknown 15m
13 * Keep the Jam Man p3 7aSport 70m Matt Pascoe 7 years ago

last pitch is awesome-evn if there is only 5 slings over 35 meters!!

14 No Name 6a+Sport 20m Sammi 8 years ago

Best onsight?

Harsha Param 9 years ago

With Birgette. Another nice and easy diamond cave climb.

15 * No Name 7 6bSport 20m Gary John Bowden 7 years ago

3rd lead climb in thai awesome

Gary John Bowden 7 years ago

bloody hard climb almost lost it

16 Nullaktion 6aSport 21m Gary John Bowden 7 years ago

holyshit that was hard, 4th lead climb

Stephen Parker 8 years ago

Got confused with which way to finish the route on the onsight attempt

17 Dreamteam 6b+Unknown 35m
18 * Les Petites Oreilles 6b+Sport 21m Phil Davis 7 years ago

ice nice nice ...

Dario "Mars" Mofardin 8 years ago

with Anat, in the pouring rain

19 Diamonds are Forever 6b+Unknown 27m Dario "Mars" Mofardin 8 years ago

with Anat, in the pouring rain

Kenneth Lau 10 years ago

Led second pitch but slipped at crux

20 * Seven Seven Seven P1 6bSport 20m Constantine Dritsas 2 years ago

Brilliant multi pitch route.

Phil Davis 7 years ago

cool climbing

21 ** Seven Seven Seven p2 6cSport 58m Cameron McKenzie 10 years ago

Only first pitch (6b)

Meily Effendy 12 years ago

it was so reachy! did it no where near clean

22 Seven Seven Seven p3 6cSport 15m
23 * Attacktit 6b+Unknown 20m Lee Cujes 3 years ago

Replaced two slings and removed old expansion bolt. 200 biting flies in my hair.

Harsha Param 9 years ago

With Ian. Tricky start followed by a super hard and sharp top section.

24 *** Almost Heaven 7a+Unknown 25m Lee Cujes 3 years ago

Almost mega! Some of the best stone and pockets on the penninsular. [2]

25 Mosquito Coil

Three bolts, 4 threads

FA: Ralph Dietrich, Vitsanu Rashsang, Heide Dietrich, 1999

6a+Sport 21m, 7

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
5 Kai Kad Sport 10m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Mot Daeng Sport 20m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
No Name 5 Sport 20m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Run Away Sport 14m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
6a Chock Dee Sport 20m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Keep the Jam Man p2 Unknown 15m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Nullaktion Sport 21m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
6a+ Attic Antics Unknown 27m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Keep the Jam Man p1 Sport 20m, 7 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Mosquito Coil Sport 21m, 7 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
No Name Sport 20m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
6b Unknown Unknown 27m 1.1. Diamond Cave
IKRC-2008 Sport 30m, 7 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
** Jugs-o-Plenty Unknown 27m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
* No Name 7 Sport 20m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
* Seven Seven Seven P1 Sport 20m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
20 * Attic Antics LHV Unknown 27m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
6b+ Lost Sock in the Laundromat of Oblivion Unknown 55m 1.1. Diamond Cave
* Mr No Name Unknown 55m 1.1. Diamond Cave
Mrs No Name Unknown 55m 1.1. Diamond Cave
* Attacktit Unknown 20m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Diamonds are Forever Unknown 27m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Dreamteam Unknown 35m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
* Les Petites Oreilles Sport 21m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Thread Of Life Sport 27m, 10 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
6c ** Seven Seven Seven p2 Sport 58m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
Seven Seven Seven p3 Sport 15m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
7a Bar You Tee Nai? Unknown 50m 1.1. Diamond Cave
* Keep the Jam Man p3 Sport 70m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face
7a+ Mao Say Unknown 45m 1.1. Diamond Cave
* Sixty Degrees North Unknown 25m 1.1. Diamond Cave
*** Almost Heaven Unknown 25m 1.2. Diamond Cave North Face