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Eagle Wall

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Description

Nice shady location in the forest. Great for climbing in the 6b range. Long routes with nice views.

Access issues inherited from Ton Sai

No road access. From Ao Nang hire a longtail boat to take you around to Ton Sai. Boats only operate during the day.

Approach

Located in the jungle behind the small beach around 'Cobra Wall'. Walk at low tide or take a kayak at high tide. Longtail boats will only stop there at very high tide and when there are no waves, because of the rocky underground in the small bay. Keep an eye on the tide, you'll get wet up to the hips at high tide.

At the beach, find a small trail on the right side, behind a tree log. Follow this path into the jungle. After 1 minute, you pass around the corner of 'Lord of the Fives', a small crag of dark grey rock. Straight across is 'Arboritum Wall'. Follow the trail left of the big tree for another 3 minutes, pull up on a fixed rope for about 10m and you reach the 'Main Face'. To the 'Left Side', walk uphill along the wall and pass the leftmost routes and continue down a bit around the rock.

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Left Side sector
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25m
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Main Face sector
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665
22m

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