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Single pitch sport climbs on solid volcanic rock in a highly sociable setting make Technical Wall by far Hong Kongs most popular crag. Its worth noting that Technical Wall can get very busy on Sundays and Public Holidays and crowds in excess of 50 people at the wall have been seen.

36 Sport Routes between 10m and 20m in length Grades from F4+ to F8a+. 20 minute easy approach walk from ferry pier. Sunny aspect in the morning and pleasant sea breeze on hot days.

Access issues inherited from Tung Lung Chau

Public transportation is only available during weekend and public holidays.

During weekdays a private transportation can be arranged. Check the "approach" section for details.



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FA: Francis Haden & Mike Burns, 2010

FA: Francis Haden & Mike Burns, 2010

Avoid the wide crack of Hourglass Crack by climbing the arete to the left.

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FA: Danny Ng, 1993

FA: Gérôme Pouvreau, 2005

FA: Lau Kung Hing, 2001

Probably the most popular climb on Technical Wall and deservedly so. Follows the obvious corner system heading up to the left hand side of the overhang high on the face. Reach through the roof for a good side pull and pull through to the pocket above. Make final tricky moves up the wall above to the lower off.

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Climb the slabby wall to the right of Bad Man.

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Climb the thin slabby wall. A slightly harder direct start is possible pulling through the small roof.

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Climb the slabby wall to the right of Bad Man.

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