Furmakilla Section

  • Grade context: FR
  • Ascents: 40

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Created 10 weeks ago



Access issues inherited from Nyamuk

Crag is free for access. However, red warning signs are placed on the roadside towards the crag to discourage entry due to its secluded from human traffic. Translated from Malay, "Warning, High risk limestone zones are prohibited from invading. Any accident is under its sole responsibility"


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FA: Adi Noor & P. Andrey, 2003

FA: P.Andrey, 2003

FA: J.Peet, 2003

FA: Yves Gosselin & Andy Rylance, 2003

FA: P.Andrey, 2003

FA: P.Andrey, 2003

FA: P.Andrey, 2003

Named after Marco’s newborn son. This route shares the start with “Training Day”, but heads straight up.

FA: Marco Beurett & P.Andrey, 2003

1 5c 15m
2 5b+ 26m
3 6b 30m
4 5c 16m

3rd pitch is 11 bolts so bring plenty of draws.

FA: P.Andrey & J.Peet, 2003

Follows the second pitch of “Training Day”, then heads up to the right to the anchor of “Labour Day”. This route was climbed and crawled through on Natural Pro by Patrick and Yen while the wall was still covered with thick vines. It was used as a access route in order to bolt the routes at Fumakilla.

FA: P.Andrey & Yen, 2003

This route starts on the ledge above the first pitch of training day. a bit hidden, this line is not climbed often, since not many people have had knowledge about its existence.

FA: P.Andrey, 2003

Route right of Training Day. Start at huge, but sharp holds, followed by the crux on crimps. The second part leads through reddish rock with excellent jugs.

FA: P.Andrey, 2003

FA: 2004

Route right of “Stupid with manners”. 16 m, powerful start on sharp stalactite. the rest is easy.

FA: Marco Beurret, 2003

FA: J.Peet & P.Andrey, 2003

FA: P.Andrey & J.Peet, 2003

This route share the same start as firestarter. Apart after 5th clip. There is sling for clipping.

FA: P.Andrey, 2003

Route to the far right of Fumakilla, following the obvious dihedral through smooth rock to a finish with a nice surprise.

FA: P.Andrey, 2003

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