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Description

White Mountain is an impressive crag dominated by harder grade climbs. The massive wall is overhung and the climbing is both physical and sustained. The crag is South facing and is in the sun all day, however during summer some areas are in shade. The crag stays mostly dry during rain.

Approach

From the large tree at Deng Long Shan Village veer right onto a smaller road and follow it for 0.5km to where a "Y" intersection with a narrow blue sign is reached. Turn left and follow this road for 1KM into Zhou Sang Village. Where the concrete ends, a dirt track turns right over a small creek. Continue for 0.5km eventually passing Wall of the Damned on your left and crossing over a larger second creek. Go Straight at a small intersection, then shortly afterwards the track bends to the left and narrows. Turn Right onto the first trail that goes up a low rising hill. Follow the trail for 0.2km. White mountain will be on the right.

Routes

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FA: Seb Grieve, 2006

Scramble through caves to find the start.

Set by Dave Gliddon

FA: French Nike Team ACG, Mike & Axel, 2007

Branches off Spicy Noodle

Set by Chris Sharma

FA: Ethan Pringle, 19 Dec 2010

FA: Neil Gresham, 2006

FA: Chris Sharma, 2009

Set by Logan Barber, 2006

FA: A Bon, 2008

FA: Oscar Gomez, Nov 2009

FA: Oscar Gomez, Nov 2009

Sparse bolting in upper half, the new grade might not represent the true difficulty.

FA: Gerome Pouvreau & Chen Xie Wei, 2005

Shares same start with 'Bitch Fight'. Pretty Complex and puzzling sequences.

FA: Gerome Pouvreau & Chen Xie Wei, 2005

Ethan Pringle first ever bolted line. The Extension of "Little Bastard" Climbs to the top of the wall. Use an 80 Metre rope and mid-point anchors to lower.

Set by Ethan Pringle, Dec 2010

FA: Dawei, Dec 2016

Squeezed into the pocketed face of "Aiding and Abetting" Shares more than just the Anchor.

FA: Gerome Pouvreau & Chen Xie Wei, 2005

Super pumpy climbing up left trending line of "portholes". Start about 10m left of CW, where tufa flow feature reaches the ground.

FA: James Murphy & Paul Collis, 2004

Starts at cave belay at the top of Aiding and Abetting. Two Years after the FA, Chris Sharma found new Beta bypassing an enhanced pocket. If you are tall this route is a little easier. Use an 80 m rope and the mid point anchor to lower.

Set by Colton Lindeman, 2006

FA: Nike/Beal team ACG Michael, 2007

FA: JH & Kim, 2008

Splits all the way left at the 3rd bolt of China White

FA: Simone Liu, 2006

An Independant line relieving Traffic from "China White". The start is the trickiest part and may sometime require a jump

Set by Yangshuo Sport Climbing Association, Mar 2015

Super Extension to "Big Sun" that makes house cats roar like lions. A 70 Metre rope required.

FA: Abond, 2011

Breaks L out of China White then up.

FA: Dave Gliddon, Oct 2008

FA: Seb Greive, 2005

Same start as Tsing Tao Beer

FA: Chen Xie Wei, 2007

Breaks off left from Gin & Tonic at the knee bar. Heads left all the way to the top of the wall. Re-belay at mid-anchor. Use 70 Metre rope. The longest single pitch in yangshuo

Set by Andrew Hedesh, Nov 2011

FA: Nikolai Ng, Dec 2011

A high tolerance for China's Most famous beer is not enough for there relentless slopers and then some. Dyno in the middle spits alot of people off. Locals think its the hardest 5.13A in Yangshuo. Very Rewarding.

FA: Shinsuke Kimura & Rie Kimura, 2006

FA: Mark Garthwaite, 2005

A masterpiece providing Numerous sections of improvisational Beta. Originally Graded 5.13a

FA: Neil Gresham, 2005

Pull The initial start of "Yangshuo Hotel 阳朔旅馆" then go through a thin and hard crux sequence. The top half is some pleasant pockets although pumpy.

Set by Zhang Yong

FA: Abond, Mar 2015

Long classic, with the hardest moves close to the ground. Apparently it is possible to get down on a 60m rope (Fire Birds belay can be used if you are struggling).

FA: Shinsuke Kimura, 2006

FA: Rie & Shinsuke Kimura, 2006

Continuation of firebird. Climbs direct at the top for full grade.

FA: Doug "the cunt" Robertson, Dec 2011

FA: Paul Collis, Chen Xie Wei & Liu Tao, 2004

Continues past the first anchors and finishes up at the Wall of Attrition anchors

FA: Paul Collis, Chen Xie Wei & Liu Tao, 2004

Another long pumper. As the angle eases, the holds get smaller.

FA: Paul Collis, Cheng Xie Wei & Liu Tao, 2004

The 1st pitch is 5.10d up to 13 meters and the belay is located just below a small cave (n.b this belay seems to have been removed as at April 2012). The climb has a bouldery start, a high crux move, and is super polished and pumpy.

FA: Paul Collis, Chen Xie Wei & Liu Tao, 2004

The 2nd pitch involves nice face climbing on reasonable holds. As at April 2012, the belay at the top of pitch 1 has been removed, and the route is now climbed as a long single pitch.

FA: Paul Collis, Chen Xie Wei & Liu Tao, 2004

Start on the flake immediately left of the white chinese writing, which almost coincides with the near impossible direct start of "West Streak"

Set by Xuan Niao & A Liang

FA: A Liang, Jan 2015

FA: Grant Farquhar, 2005

FA: David Brasco, Nov 2009

Climb Straight up on some good pockets and tricky sequences to reach the crux. Traverse left on some side pulls and get ready for some action.

FA: Zhang Yong, Dec 2012

Powerful crux on pockets at the roof.

FA: Soichiro Fukuda, 2007

Another 5.12 for the bank

FA: Zhang Yong, 2012

Starts immediatly left of SD, and shares its DBB.

FA: Liu Xi Nan & Chen Xie Wei, 2005

FA: Paul Collis, Dingo & Lao Gan Ma, 2004

FA: Torsten Gedicke, Susann Hantscho & Elke Schmitz, 2006

Crimpy face climbing with a high crux.

FA: Colton Lindeman, 2006

Crux is above the cave and after the 5th bolt an easier option moves right then up.

FA: Colton Lindeman, 2006

As the name suggests this climb offers excellent balancey face climbing on small holds.

FA: Paul Collis & James Murphy, 2004

Excellent climbing on pockets.

FA: Zac & Katia Pisetzky, 2005

FA: Zac & Katia Pisetzky, 2005

Tuff tufa climbing

FA: Solly Fernandez, 2006

FA: Mike Robertson, 2006

Crack and groove climbing.

FA: Joe Picalli, 2006

Steep crimpy and technical.

FA: Colton Lindeman, 2005

Tufa, jugs and crimps.

FA: Colton Lindeman & Abi Roberts, 2006

FA: Bob Keaty, Paul Collis & Ton Ton, 2008

FA: Ton Ton, Paul Collis & Bob Keaty, 2008

FA: Andrew Christensen, 2007

Set by Zhang Yong

FA: Yang YuLong

Very stiff at the grade

Set by Zhang Yong

FA: Yang YuLong

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