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Table of contents

1. Ben Beo Harbour 7 routes in Crag

All Sport

Long/Lat: 107.058523, 20.732890

Unique Features And Strengths:

Located in the sleepy harbor town of Ben Beo overlooking the harbor.


A beautiful limestone face with a burly overhang near the top.


A 20 minute walk or 3 minute (10,000 VND) xe om (motorcycle taxi) ride from Cat Ba Town takes you to Ben Beo Harbor. Look left from the harbor gates towards a tan hotel and a cliff next to it. Each climber is required to pay a small access fee to the local owners

Where To Stay:

Cat Ba Town.


Bolted by Asia Outdoors (formerly SloPony) team between 2008 and 2015.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Egyptian Submission Position

Diverse climbing with multiple cruxes.

FA: Erik Ferjentsik, 2008

7a+ Sport 22m, 12
2 Moc Day Truoc

Tough start (consider stick-clipping). Then comes the hard stuff.

FA: Vu Nguyen, 2015

7c+ Sport 20m, 9
3 *** Animal

Small holds lead to a great rest in a cave. Then the tough stuff begins.

FA: Erik Ferjentsik, 2008

7b Sport 20m, 12
4 Misanthrope

A paucity of small holds leads to a nice rest, though well before the cruxy dynamic roof!

FA: Erik Ferjentsik, 2008

7c+ Sport 20m, 11
5 * Big Brown B-Hole

Crux passing the third bolt, as well as through the roof. Climbing to the lower anchors goes at 6b+.

FA: Erik Ferjentsik, 2008

7b Sport 19m, 10
6 Who is Margaret Thatcher?

6a+ climbing to the lower anchors before a powerful roof.

FA: Erik Ferjentsik, 2009

7c Sport 20m, 12
7 Hai Trai Dao

Furthest right route. Begin on a sharp slab and work towards a rest before a powerful roof.

FA: Ross Lesslie, 2015

6c+ Sport 21m, 9

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
6c+ Hai Trai Dao Sport 21m, 9
7a+ Egyptian Submission Position Sport 22m, 12
7b *** Animal Sport 20m, 12
* Big Brown B-Hole Sport 19m, 10
7c Who is Margaret Thatcher? Sport 20m, 12
7c+ Misanthrope Sport 20m, 11
Moc Day Truoc Sport 20m, 9