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Wild overhanging routes with sick exposure!

The Anxiety State Crisis Cave (Tham Wiung Fah) is a massive cavern, more than 70m deep, inside the limestone formation that makes up Crazy Horse Buttress.


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A new as yet not yet officially graded 4 pitch multi-pitch which starts on the left face of the cave after walking in from the lower entrance. Goes all the way to the top of the cave for a great view of the cave below and the Mae On country side. Lots of loose rock so check everything before pulling on it and wear a helmet!

Pitch 1: 25m, 10 bolts

Pitch 2: 25m, 11 bolts

Pitch 3: 20m, 19 bolts; traverse right about 4m to a ledge when you start, to access the 5c climbing, otherwise you will be going up a 6a variation.

Pitch 4: 10m, 7 bolts; continue up the cave exit. Belay from bolts. A rappel station is 2m climber's left of this belay station.

For the rappel, you can do 2 rappels outside of the cave or 3 rappels inside the cave (70m rope)

Set by Francis Haden, Alan Avedovech & Gee, 2017

FA: Francis Haden & Donna Kwok, 2017

Steep and sustained, all the way!

FA: Francis Haden, 2002

FA: Francis Haden & Donna Kwok, Feb 2011

FA: Francis Haden & Donna Kwok, Feb 2011

Anxiety State Crisis takes a line up a featured pillar in the center of the cave.

FA: Francis Haden & Diana Jew, 2002

FA: Francis Haden & Diana Jew, 2002


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