Mika's Ledge All Sport climbing20 routes in sector
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Impressive looking, vertical to overhanging crag. Even the easy routes are not that easy. But surely nice climbing in perspective.
A massive roof up on top of the mountain allows most of the routes of this sector to remain dry under the rain.
Half of the route starts off a 2 meters wide ledge that goes up to 8 meters. Be careful while belaying.
Access issues inherited from 临安狮头岩 Lion's Head
For those who do not speak any Chinese, getting to this crag may be quite troublesome, however not impossible. First of all, if you are coming from Hangzhou then you need to take a bus from the Hangzhou West Bus Station to Gao Hong (高虹) which should only cost 15 RMB and take about 2 hours.
From Gao Hong you can take a mini bus for around 60 RMB total (seats 7-9 people) and get dropped off directly at the foot of the mountain. You can arrange to meet up with the mini bus driver beforehand and she can meet you when you hop off the bus. Her number is +86 138 6800 8149.
The village at the foot of the mountain is Longshan or Longshancun.
If you are coming straight from Shanghai, a mini van (10 seats) rented for the weekend, with driver, costs around 2000RMB.
Higher to the left after arriving at Lower 40's.
Ethic inherited from 临安狮头岩 Lion's Head
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