Climbs 25
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 64m a.s.l
Faces NW

Climbing with monkeys © clarkie

Crag features

Good place for beginner routes, but watch the crowds. Like 123 Wall, very early morning and lunch time tend to be less busy. A couple harder climbs that are very nice. In general not the best crag at Krabi, but worth a visit for the few routes that are very good. Decent bar/cafe just under the cliff and tranquil lunch spot in the jungle.

Approach notes

There is a trail from Ton Sai, although can be tough to find especially coming from the Railay side. Otherwise accessible from East Railay. Don't miss a visit to Diamond Cave (national park - small entrance fee) on the way back.

The climbs on this area are mainly used by the climbing schools for teaching beginners. The climbs are graded at 5a - 6b, with a multi pitch on one of the 6a+ routes. This is a nice shaded area to climb in the afternoon and
roundnround - 21/Oct/07
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Chock Dee
6a 46
2 Keep the Jam Man (Top Pitch)
7a 3
3 Nullaktion (First Pitch)
6a 35
4 Keep the Jam Man (Bottom Pitches)
6a 57
5 Oil Friends
6a+ 13
6 Kai Kad
5a * 51
7 No Name (route 5) 5a * 56
8 Run Away
5a * 52
9 Mot Daeng
5a ** 50
19 Attacktit *
6b+ *** 6
20 No Name *
6a+ 2
21 No Name D *
6b 1
22 (Another one with) No Name *
6b+ 1
23 Mosquito Coil *
6a+ 10
24 IKRC. 2008 * 6b 1
25 Diamond's are forever *
6b+ 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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