/ DESTINATION GUIDE: Sport Climbing in Thakhek – South East Asia's best sport climbing?
Since the Democratic Republic of Laos opened its borders to tourism in the mid '90s, and first route development in 2010, Thakhek is a relatively new destination and is fast becoming one of the top sport climbing venues in South East Asia. The range and quality of lines, coupled with the warm climate, low cost, and the breathtaking scenery - it's easy to see why climbers come to Thakhek and find it hard to leave.
This article is so fascinating, i am looking forward to have the best time in climbing sports!
We love Green Climbers Home (GCH), it's such a relaxed place to be, full of like minded people, great food and amazing climbing. We haven't been since the change of management but I'm sure it will continue to thrive, and many more routes will be put up.
Ever heard the phrases "global warming" or "climate emergency"?
Perhaps it might be better in the context of the above not to recommend destinations involving long haul flights just to go cragging?
> Perhaps it might be better in the context of the above not to recommend destinations involving long haul flights just to go cragging?
Are other types of climbing and mountaineering ok?
I went to ThakHek about 6 years ago. I was really impressed by the place. Lots of very Good climbing in a small area and very friendly. Good conditions too - hot but there was lots of shade and not as humid as Thailand.
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