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Grade Route Gear style Popularity Crag
6a The Groove Tube

A must do! Climbs up the tube to the far right. Optional start through the hole. All slings.

Set by Mark Maffe, 1995

Sport 25m, 11 Ton Sai
6b+ Missing Snow

Great climbing, but very popular and polished. Bouldery move to easy climbing and ridiculous tubular jugs. Left and up, Choose your own adventure from here to anchors at the cave. All titanium bolts.

Set by Christian Neumeyer & Reinhold Scherer, 1997

Sport 20m, 8 Ton Sai
6a Schlingal Moritz

Hard start for the grade, especially when you're short. All titanium bolts.

Set by Michael Hoffmann, 1992

Sport 15m, 6 Ton Sai
6b Schlingel Max

Interesting crux on polished rock. 5 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Michael Hoffmann, 1992

Sport 15m, 6 Ton Sai
6b+ Humanality
1 5 15m
2 6b 10m
3 6a+ 20m
4 6b 22m
5 6b+ 25m
6 6b 10m
7 6a 10m

Could be 5, 6 or 7 piches, depending how you see the climb.

  1. Start up the ladder, left of 'Cowabungalow'. Climb up behind a stalactite and traverse left to the anchor on the ledge. 1 titanium bolt, 4 slings.

  2. Straight up the stalactite and right to the anchor on the cave of the next ledge. 4 titanium bolts.

  3. Traverse outwards to the right. Straight up on the face. Anchor to the left on a small ledge above the 'Bird's Nest Drop' anchor. 5 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

  4. Straight up into the tufas to a big belay ledge. 7 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

  5. Up and right under the big stalactite formation. 6 titanium bolts, 5 slings.

  6. Up the wall to the right of a big structure. 3 titanium bolts, 4 slings.

  7. Old pitch that traverses left on threads. Dangerous and never climbed.

Three raps with a 60m rope on separate abseil anchors from the top of pitch 5. If you have a 70m rope, you can rap straight from the top of pitch 6 to the next set of anchors.

Set by Greg Collum & Trevor Massiah, 1995

Set by Shamick Byszewski, 1996

Sport 110m, 7, 45 Ton Sai
6b Big Wave
1 6a+ 30m
2 6b 25m
3 6b 26m
4 6b 30m

Shares the start pitch with 'The Beauty & the Beast', then climbs up left for three beautiful and homogeneous pitches.

  1. Start on the left side of the cave. Take the left of the two anchors. 7 titanium bolts.

  2. Climb a bit to the left and straight up. 8 titanium bolts.

  3. Straight up to an anchor in a cave. 8 titanium bolts.

  4. Short traverse to the left, then straight up. You will pass an additional anchor about midway. Lower the leader to this anchor to belay the second climber. 10 titanium bolts.

From the midway anchor of P4 rap down four times with a 60m rope via a line of separate abseil anchors.

Set by Tom Cecil & Kathryn Stedham, 2004

Sport 110m, 4, 33 Ton Sai
6c+ The Lion King

Climbs around the prominent flake with insanely polished feet. Though the crux awaits right before the anchor. All titanium bolts.

Set by Volker Schoeffl, Melanie Schoeffl & Sam Lightner, 1996

Sport 12m, 4 Ton Sai
7a Babes in Thailand

Popular climb on pinches and jugs. All titanium bolts.

Set by Will Hair, 1994

Sport 12m, 5 Ton Sai
6c+ Stalagasaurus

Original grade 6a+. Upgraded after breakage of a huge stalactite in 2004. Good climbing other than the broken section, which wrecks thew flow. Still fun and still worth it. 6 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Will Hair, 1994

Sport 13m, 7 Ton Sai
7a Circus Oz
1 6a+ 25m
2 6b+ 25m
3 7a 45m
4 6b 28m

Popular and will get you as far of the deck as you will get in this area. Take 14 quickdraws and two 60m ropes. Be aware that the upper pitches are not rebolted with titanium!

  1. Same first pitch as 'Lord of the Thais', straight up on the right side of the big cave. 7 titanium bolts, 3 slings.

  2. Stay left of the bolts, up into the cave. Find the anchor just right above the anchor of 'Continental Drifters' P2. 4 titanium bolts, 5 slings.

  3. Crux pitch. Quite fun if you have the means. Move left, then up over the bulge. 7 stainless steel glue-in bolts, 4 slings.

  4. Sharp rock to the anchors of 'Lord of the Thais'. Take care. A fall on the last bit of the last pitch could be very dangerous, because there is some sharp rock and you're falling into a dihedral. 7 stainless steel glue-in bolts, 4 slings.

Descend via the anchors of 'Lord of the Thais'. Three raps to the ground with two 60m ropes. Backclip to stay on the wall!

Set by M. Matheson, G, R. Smith & G. Tempest

Sport 120m, 4, 41 Railay
6c Viking in Heat

Head up the ladder then straight up the wall, which gets increasingly overhanging. 6 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Max Dufford & Greg Collum, 1992

Sport 20m, 7 Ton Sai
6a+ Make a Way

Shares the start with 'Big Shit', then veers right about halfway up. All titanium bolts.

Set by Cyro Glad, 1996

Sport 27m, 8 Railay
6b Cowabungalow

The leftmost line on the terrace right of 'Humanality'. All titanium bolts.

Set by Will Hair, 1994

Sport 25m, 7 Ton Sai
6a+ We Sad

5 titanium bolts, 3 slings.

Set by B. Chamber, L. Reeves & V. Rachsang, 1993

Sport 25m, 8 Railay
6a+ For Helga

Nice long run. All titanium bolts.

Set by Shamick Byszewski, Tanja & Heidi, 1999

Sport 30m, 11 Ton Sai
6a+ Massage Secrets
1 5 13m
2 6a+ 17m
3 6a+ 7m

Only P1 and P2 can be climbed. P3 is on old expansion bolts and climbs on loose rock.

  1. Used for guiding as a short easy single-pitch climb. 4 titanium bolts.

  2. Link this pitch with P1 for a 30m single-pitch climb. Skip the intermediate anchor about halfway, which has been set up for 'Beginner'. 7 titanium bolts.

  3. Do not climb! Old protection and loose rock.

Set by Francois Burnier & Dominique Potard, 1990

Set by Dean Saydom, 1990

Sport 37m, 3, 13 Railay
6b+ Muay Thai

Crux at the first overhang. Be careful, a lead fall can be dangerous with the ledge below. All titanium bolts.

Set by Francois Burnier & Dominique Potard, 1990

Sport 15m, 5 Railay
6b+ Longes Feschtl

All titanium bolts.

Set by Christian Neumeyer & Reinhold Scherer, 1997

Sport 18m, 6 Ton Sai
6b Monkey Love

Exposed line through the tufa system. All slings.

Set by Greg Collum & Larissa Collum, 1992

Sport 25m, 7 Railay
6b Boobtube

Another great long line with a tricky 3D crux in the small roof. 7 titanium bolts, 5 slings.

Set by Shamick Byszewski, Tanja & Heidi, 1999

Sport 30m, 12 Ton Sai
7a+ Lal Bab

Early crux, followed by big powerful moves on jugs in the first half, then much easier and less steep to the top. All titanium bolts.

Set by Ian Tumball, 1995

Sport 14m, 5 Ton Sai
7b Café Andaman

Climbs straight up the obvious tufa, then traverses left. Finishes in the small cave next to the anchor. Top section can seep after rain. Titanium bolts.

Set by Greg Collum & Trevor Massiah, 1994

Sport 10m, 4 Ton Sai
6b Short and Savage

Short climb up the steep face. Titanium bolts.

Set by Unknown, 1997

Sport 8m, 2 Railay
6a+ Nuat Hin

Shares the start with 'Bad Boy'. Then climbs up right into the cave. 6 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Francois Burnier & Dominique Potard, 1990

Sport 15m, 7 Railay
6c Hin Rong Hai

Do not skip the crux by going right towards the anchor -- only 6b then and risk of breaking the fragile tufas. All titanium bolts.

Set by Max Dufford & Divinder Singh, 1992

Sport 22m, 7 Ton Sai
6a+ Snake Whisky

Use the fixed rope for the belayer. Titanium bolts and slings.

Set by Wee Changrua, 2001

Sport 26m, 9 Ton Sai
6b Gengis Bond

Great 3D climbing with good rests up a series of stalactite features. It's long, make sure you have enough rope and tie a knot in the end of your rope. 13 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

Set by Greg Collum & Trevor Massiah, 1995

Sport 32m, 15 Railay
6a Hello Christine

All slings.

Set by Wee Changrua, 1997

Sport 17m, 7 Railay
6b+ Elephant Man

Classic! Enjoy pockets and cracks all along the face.

FA: Erik Ferjentsik, 2008

Sport 20m, 10 Cat Ba Island
6b+ White Hot Hernias

Very polished on the crux, just after traversing left onto the wall. Stick-clip first bolt. 5 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

Set by Gavin Punnell & Sharyn George, 1996

Sport 16m, 7 Ton Sai
5 Ling Noi

Another guiding route. Titanium bolts.

Set by Dean Saydom, 1994

Sport 10m, 3 Railay
7b+ Tidal Wave

Very popular and very polished, short and powerful with a tendency to spit you off with sloppy beta. Make sure your belayer is paying attention otherwise you could end up with a mouth full of sand. All titanium bolts.

Set by Greg Collum & Larissa Collum, 1992

Sport 10m, 5 Ton Sai
5 King Cobra

Guiding route through the corner. It hardly gets more polished than this! Titanium bolts.

Set by Francois Burnier & Dominique Potard, 1990

Sport 13m, 5 Railay
6c Nut Cracker

Great technical face climb with multiple small cruxes. 6 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Greg Collum & Trevor Massiah, 1995

Sport 25m, 7 Railay
6a+ Primal Scream

Polished rock. 4 titanium bolts, 3 slings.

Set by Greg Collum & Jeff, 1992

Sport 15m, 7 Railay
5 Giggerig for Climbing

Another short and easy line used for guiding. Titanium bolts.

Set by Pep Masip, 1995

Sport 12m, 4 Railay
6a+ Banana Hammock

This was the first route put up at 'The Nest'. It was named 'Banana Hammock' just to hear the various other foreigners say "what is this banana hammock?" said in a thick German accent--too funny. 6 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Tom Cecil & Mark Miner, 2001

FA: Tom Cecil, 2001

Sport 25m, 7 Ton Sai
6c Orange Chandeliers
1 6b 32m
2 6b+ 18m
3 6c 25m

The most popular line on the 'Ao Nang Tower'.

  1. The left line of bolts starting from the belay ledge. 10 titanium bolts.

  2. Aka 'On the Rocks'. 4 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

  3. Aka 'Bristol Fashion'. 8 titanium bolts, 4 slings.

Set by Will Hair & Dean Saydom, 1994

Set by Paul Brunner & Marcel Eckhardt, 1996

Set by Paul Brunner & Trevor Massiah, 1997

Sport 75m, 3, 28 Ton Sai
7b+ The King and I
1 7a 30m
2 6a 36m
3 7b+ 38m
4 6b 12m

A fun climb, especially the second pitch. Take 14 quickdraws and two 60m ropes.

  1. Also a great single-pitch climb. Steep and pumpy. Alternatively, it is possible to climb 'The Sluggard Prince' and traverse right to the anchor. 12 titanium bolts.

  2. Pass the midway anchor and climb up to the next anchor inside a small cave. 11 titanium bolts.

  3. Left out of the belay cave. Again, pass an old anchor and climb straight up, then left to the anchor of 'Lord of the Thais' P4. 11 titanium bolts.

  4. Same as P5 of 'Lord of the Thais', sharp rock to the top. 2 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Descend via the anchors of 'Lord of the Thais'. Three raps to the ground with two 60m ropes. Backclip to stay on the wall!

Set by Sam Lightner, Jacob Valdez & Somporn Suebhait, 1992

Sport 120m, 4, 37 Railay
6a+ Fit to be Thaid

A little sharp but otherwise fun climbing

Set by Sam Lightner & Greg Collum, 1992

Sport 25m, 12 Railay
6a+ Hello Christine

Shares the anchor with 'Same Same, But Different'. All titanium bolts.

Set by Thomas Arnold, 1997

Sport 20m, 7 Railay
5 Shadow Show

Just before the boulders towards 'One-Two-Three', up the white streak. 3 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Sam Lightner, 1994

Sport 12m, 4 Railay
6c Babo Does Thailand

The best line at 'The Keep'. Not hard but stella climbing the whole way. All titanium bolts.

Set by Jim Yoder & Marlene Ford, 1996

Sport 28m, 11 Railay
6c Mon General
Sport 25m, 14 Pha Tam Kam
6c [Closed] Beauty and the Beast

The route has been closed and the bolts removed (see comments). The original description is preserved for posterity:

Awesome route !!! A little bit psycho when you must fall on the tufa. Seems to be 6C for people under 1.70m, for the other 6a+. But, you should do this route!!!

Set by Bjoern Alber & Nantawan Alber, 2005

Sport 15m Ton Sai
7b Lord of the Thais
1 6a+ 25m
2 7a 28m
3 7a+ 28m
4 7b 27m
5 6b 12m

One of the best routes in Thailand, maybe the world? Take 15 quickdraws and two 60m ropes.

  1. Same first pitch as 'Circus Oz', straight up on the right side of the big cave. 7 titanium bolts, 3 slings.

  2. Straight up over two bulges, then slightly left to the anchor on a big ledge. 8 titanium bolts, 4 slings.

  3. Slightly left and straight up. 11 titanium bolts.

  4. Towards the right through steep rock. 10 titanium bolts.

  5. Short pitch to the left on sharp rock, just to reach the top. 2 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Descend by rapping down three times with two 60m ropes. Backclip to stay on the wall!

FA: Sam Lightner, Greg Collum & Larissa Collum, 1992

Sport 120m, 5, 46 Railay
6b Wacky Weed

6 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

Set by Tom Cecil & Mark Miner, 2001

Sport 23m, 8 Ton Sai
6a+ Where Eagles Don't Dare

Beautiful through the obvious corner. Nice bridging moves and a rewarding view at the top. 7 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

Set by Wee Changrua, Todd Offenbacher & Mark Miner, 1998

Sport 30m, 9 Ton Sai
7a Schwitzerland

Start by climbing up the slab and on to 2 pinches at the start, High feet and then to a jug, Jugs all the way to the end. A little bit technical but its good.

Sport 19m, 8 Pha Tam Kam
7a+ Caveman
1 6a+ 15m
2 7a+ 17m

Shares the start with 'Out of Sticks', then further right up the crack. Can be climbed as one pitch. 11 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Greg Collum & Larissa Collum, 1992

Sport 32m, 2, 12 Railay
6b Monkey's Bum

First climb as you enter 'The Keep'. Move up slimy tufas, then continue up. Awful anchor placement. 5 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

Set by Greg Collum & Trevor Massiah, 1995

Sport 20m, 7 Railay
6b Space Head Gone Ape

All titanium bolts.

Set by S. Beverage & Ian Turnbull, 1995

Sport 11m, 5 Railay
6a+ Valentine

Short climb with a cool little cave you can peek into. Solid rock, less polished than the routes over at 'One-Two-Three' wall. 3 titanium bolts, 4 slings.

Set by Jack Werajack, 1996

Sport 12m, 7 Railay
6b+ The Sit Spins

Shares the start with 'Asia Shadow Play'. Traverses right, then up along the crack. Be careful, the crux just above the ledge is badly protected. All titanium bolts.

Set by Sam Lightner, Gerd Schoeffl & Volker Schoeffl, 1995

Sport 20m, 8 Ton Sai
7a Lars & Lars

Balancy and bold. Shares the start with 'Affentanz', then straight up. All titanium bolts.

Set by Lars Jones & Lars Gilberg, 2004

Sport 25m, 9 Ton Sai
6a Caroline's Last Day P1

The leftmost line up the tufa system. All slings.

Set by Frank Brassard, 2005

FA: Frank Brassard, 2005

Sport 22m, 9 Ton Sai
6a+ Cobra Head

Use the fixed rope for the belayer. Titanium bolts and slings.

Set by Wee Changrua, 2001

Sport 25m, 12 Ton Sai
6b+ On the Terrace

Starts on the very right edge of the upper terrace. Start is a little hard to read. 5 titanium bolts, 4 slings.

Set by Mark Maffei & Alex Wenner, 1992

Sport 20m, 9 Ton Sai
6c Medusa's Lover

Sharp start leads to an interesting mid section and some fun tufa action. Starts on top of the big boulder. All titanium bolts.

Set by Greg Collum & Trevor Massiah, 1995

Sport 26m, 10 Railay
6a Where the Wild Things Aren't

Fun tufa climbing. Can be dirty near the top.

FA: Erik Ferjentsik, 2008

Sport 24m, 10 Cat Ba Island
6c+ Loisl

Hard for the grade. Consider stick-clipping the first bolt. All titanium bolts.

Set by Christian Neumeyer & Reinhold Scherer, 1997

Sport 19m, 7 Ton Sai
6c Placebo

Endurance climb with a stiff crux over the bulge. All titanium bolts.

Set by Bjoern Alber, Mon Alber & Robert Baier, 2008

Sport 19m, 8 Ton Sai
7a Freedom Safari

9 titanium bolts, 3 slings.

Set by Paul Turecki & Kirsten Kremer, 2000

Sport 28m, 12 Ton Sai
7a+ Wake & Bake

Climbs the obvious corner crack. Shares anchors with 'By Way of Deception'. All titanium bolts.

Set by Cyro Glad, 1992

Sport 16m, 7 Ton Sai
6c Best Route in Minnesota

Awesome route on a pinacle in the giant cave on the left. Not rebolted with titanium. All stainless steel glue-in bolts.

Set by Todd Skinner & Mike Tupper, 1993

Sport 25m, 14 Railay
7a Peyote
1 6c+ 25m
2 6c 20m
3 6c 22m
4 6b+ 20m
5 7a 35m

Starts right below the main ledge, between the fixed rope and a tree. Rebolted with titanium.

Set by Shamick Byszewski & Mathaeus, 1999

Set by Tom Zappe & Shamick Byszewski, 2000

Sport 120m, 5, 44 Ton Sai
6c Good Medicine

One pockety tough crux towards the middle, then smooth sailing - top is a beautiful and much easier slab. All titanium bolts.

Set by Bjoern Alber, Nantawan Alber & Robert Baier, 2006

Sport 23m, 7 Ton Sai
6a A Man Can Tell a 1000 Lies

Short chimney climb through the tufa system. All slings.

Set by Elke Schmitz, 1999

Sport 15m, 4 Railay
5.13b Single Life 单身生活
Sport 28m, 12 阳朔 Yangshuo
6b The Beauty & the Beast
1 6a+ 30m
2 6a+ 25m
3 6b 30m
4 6b

3rd pitch is the beauty, 1st pitch is the beast. The second pitch just connects the two. The first pitch is shared with 'Big Wave'.

  1. Start with a couple of fun, overhanging moves out the left side of the cave, then easier climbing on sharp rock up the buttress. Take the right of the two anchors. 7 titanium bolts.

  2. Go up and sightly right - don't be lured by other bolts going further right. 9 titanium bolt.

  3. This pitch is fun and follows bolts up into a small ledge at a small cave. 12 titanium bolts.

  4. In 2006, Drew Spaulding and Adam Weiner established a 4th pitch, but it is not well equipped without trad gear. Climb up into the corner on gear, threads and a few bolts. Then tunnel up right and under the stalactite umbrella up to the bolted anchor (this pitch needs re-bolting). A wild ride!

From the top of P3, it is also possible to traverse out left, wiggle through a hole in the cave, and finish up on the last pitch of 'Big Wave'. This finish slightly raises the grade, but dramatically increases the fun.

Descend by rapping down three times from the anchor of P3 with a 60m rope.

Set by Tom Cecil, 2004

Set by Drew Spaulding & Adam Weiner, 2006

Sport 85m, 4, 28 Ton Sai
6a+ Up in Smoke

The orange pockety rock just left of 'Fire Show'. 3 titanium bolts, 6 slings.

Set by Bob Elder, 2007

Sport 17m, 9 Ton Sai
6b Captain Hook

Shares the anchor with 'Right Hand of Buddha'. 3 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

Set by Tom Cecil & Chris Carr, 1996

Sport 15m, 5 Ton Sai
6a Rome to Hanoi express

Lots of pockets and cracks to some ledges which can be tricky!

FA: Nicola Gatti, 2008

Sport 19m, 9 Cat Ba Island
6b You Enjoy Myself

Crux is getting out of the dihedral and over the lip.

FA: Erik Ferjentsik, 2007

Sport 20m, 11 Cat Ba Island
5.10a Miracle of Lankou

FA: Qiu Jiang & Wang Yan, 2002

Sport 25m, 9 阳朔 Yangshuo
5a YDS:5.7 Direct

Can be climbed with slight variations. As noted in the "Climb Singapore" guidebook, the bolts were originally placed as a "secondary protection" to help beginners learn to how to place traditional protection. This explains why the 2 separate lines of bolts are everywhere but where you need them.

FA: Lawrence Lee & Anthony Seah, 1987

Sport 15m, 5 Dairy Farm
6c Jumping for Jugs

As the name suggests, jump for the jug to start. 3 titanium bolts, 3 slings.

Set by Cyro Glad, 1993

Sport 15m, 6 Ton Sai
6b+ Les Petites Oreilles

Called 'Diamonds are Forever' on some guidebooks, which is only the name of the second pitch. 5 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

Set by Stefan Schmidt, 1995

Sport 20m, 7 Railay
6c Mutual of Omaha

8 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

Set by Mark Miner & Cameron Fairburn, 2000

Sport 25m, 10 Ton Sai
5 Short and Easy

Good lead for beginners. polished but very doable. 3 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Cyro Glad, 1993

Sport 13m, 4 Railay
6a/a+ Keep the Jam, Man P1

3 titanium bolts, 4 threads.

Set by Nick Blaise & Martin Carstens, 1995

Sport 20m, 7 Railay
6c No Name

Pumpy start through the overhang left of 'Schlingel Max'. Easier finish. 1 titanium bolt, 4 slings.

Set by Paul Turecki & Kirsten Kremer, 1999

Sport 15m, 5 Ton Sai
6b Lost in Space

On the wall left of the 'Where Eagles Don't Dare' corner. 3 titanium bolts, 4 slings.

Set by Wee Changrua, 1998

Sport 25m, 7 Ton Sai
5.10d 石狗 Stone Dog

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

Sport 24m, 11 阳朔 Yangshuo
5.12b 中国白 China White

FA: Seb Greive, 2005

Sport 20m, 9 阳朔 Yangshuo
6a+/b Techno-Bug

3 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Tom Cecil & Mark Miner, 2001

Sport 15m, 4 Ton Sai
6a/a+ Money Maker

Start on the left side of the Money Maker pillar and go straight up. Top half is nice and delicate. 4 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Sport 22m, 5 Railay
7b April Fools

Awesome route, big holds, steep and pumpy. Very easy for the grade. All titanium bolts.

Set by Rich Prohaska & Shamick Byszewski, 1996

Sport 30m, 10 Ton Sai
7a+ Ton Sai Playboy

Very popular, easy start to pumpy roof climbing. Just keep moving all the way to the anchors! Very fun! Take the left line after the fourth bolt, or you end up in 'Playboy Connection'. Titanium bolts and slings.

Set by Han, 2006

Sport 15m, 7 Ton Sai
6b+ Same Same, But Different

Starts right of 'Milky Way', then joins it after traversing left along the crack. Straight up to the anchor of 'Hello Christine'. 6 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Thomas Arnold, 1997

Sport 20m, 7 Railay
7a Lom Mon

Watch out for the crux - photo says it all... Beautiful long run afterwards. 11 titanium bolts, 2 slings.

Set by Greg Collum & Trevor Massiah, 1995

Sport 29m, 13 Railay
6c+ Concrete Jungle

9 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Tom Cecil & Mark Miner, 2000

Sport 25m, 10 Ton Sai
7a+ Riesenbaby

Stiff start up to the cauliflower, then traverses right on the rails. Nice moves, though very polished. All titanium bolts.

Set by Sam Lightner, Gerd Schoeffl & Volker Schoeffl, 1993

Sport 10m, 4 Ton Sai
7c Bottom Feeder
1 6b 18m
2 7c 5m

6b for 5 bolts to the first anchor. Two more bolts to second anchor. 7 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Alex Catlin, 1996

Sport 23m, 2, 8 Railay
6c Organ Grinder
1 5a 15m
2 6c 10m

Usually climbed as one pitch. All titanium bolts.

Set by Sam Lightner, Greg Collum & Trevor Massiah, 1993

Sport 25m, 2, 11 Railay
5 Take It Easy

All slings.

Set by Wee Changrua, 1997

Sport 8m, 4 Railay
7a Straight out of Tonsai

Must-do climb. Steep climbing on good holds. 5 titanium bolts, 1 sling.

Set by Glenn Smith, Andrew Anderson & Simon Talltorp, 15 Mar 2014

FA: Andrew Anderson, 16 Mar 2014

Sport 10m, 6 Ton Sai
6b+ Very Tot

Tricky overhang start leads to awesome climbing and a huge tufa.

FA: Stephen Le, 2007

Sport 21m, 11 Cat Ba Island
6c Dozer Days P1

The day this was put up a bulldozer sloughed the road that exists today--that's why it is called 'Dozer Days'. Great varied climb! All titanium bolts.

FA: Tom Cecil, 2001

Set by Tom Cecil & Mark Miner, 2001

Sport 27m, 9 Ton Sai
6b+ The Smoking Room

Climbs the tufa system on the very right side of the wall. Hard crux for the grade. 5 titanium bolts, 5 slings.

Set by Tom Cecil & Mark Miner, 1996

Sport 20m, 10 Ton Sai

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