Ko Lao Liang Trang Province, THAILAND
Climbs 50 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces E
The northerly of two islands which are collectively known as Lao Liang in the Andaman Sea. The island is a continuous steep ridge of limestone which drops straight into the sea on most aspects, but has one stretch of beach where the semi-permanent island camp is based, featuring in situ tents, a cookhouse, beach bar and toilets/showers.
Single and multi pitch sport routes and DWS off a stunning white sand beach or out of a kayak/longtail. Incredible 3D climbing on vertical and overhanging limestone peppered with pockets, flowstone and some of the biggest tufa stalactites you'll ever climb on.
Access the island by a 2-3 hour longtail ride from near Trang and accommodation in permanent tents right next to the beach.
Thailand Sport Climbing - The Pocket Guide 2011 (2011), King Climbers
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