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Description

The most popular crag on Ton Sai with many athletic roof climbs on excellent quality rock. x

Access issues inherited from Ton Sai Bay Area

No road access. From Ao Nang hire a longtail boat to take you around to Tonsai.

Approach

On the beach facing the water it is the obvious roof on the left right next to Freedom Bar. It continues around the corner until the vegetation where Dums Kitchen starts.

Ethic inherited from Krabi

Some areas on the mainland are sensitive with respect to access as it is on private land, please behave accordingly!

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Tree climb, old access to Humanality

could be 5,6 or 7 piches. as you see the climb, the pitch from ground is about 6a+ and is never done and the 7th Pitch (or 6th if you dont count starting on the sand) which traverses left on threads has a high danger rating and is not recomended. otherwise 5 pitches. start up ladder and left (fixed wire rope) and up through damp stalaks continue left to anchor start pitch 1. BE CAREFUL getting to the first anchor. 2 x ROPES for RAP

Starts at one corner of Freedom Bar's cement platform, crux is right at the start

FA: Han 3/2006

Squeezed just right of Vikings in Heat. In wees Update.

FA: Wee

broken hold, now 7c

Climbs straight up the obvious tufa then traverses left then finishes in the small cave next to the anchor. Top section can seep after rain.

FA: Hee Youn Kang

FA: Hee Youn Kang

Awsome route !!! A little bit psycho when you must fall on the tuffa. seems to be 6C for people under 1.70m, for the other 6a+. But, you should do this route!!!

Powerful moves on jugs in the first half then much easier and less steep to the top.

FA: Hee Youn Kang

Too much fun for one climb

Big Moves but juggy holds, the bottom sequence is a bit fingery and pumpy and the top move is a one-shot deal, but if you hit it and your fingers hold - you're in! Lots of places to rest.

FA: Andrea Gallo & Steffan Singh

Traverse following the crack and the ledge on the roof. Right from Gaeng Som Pla

Set by Bjoern Alber, Nantawan Alber & Robert Baier, 2010

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