Climbs 30
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 130m a.s.l
Faces S

Climbing in Yangshou, China © dr evil

Crag features

Nice routes, good rock, and one of the biggest crags at Yangshuo. Unfortunately quite close to the major road.

The road is not intrusive, the crag is quite a way back, and like most of the crags in Yangshuo pretty quiet.

Approach notes

By bike or taxi or bus from Yangshuo. Show them a picture of the butterfly and they'll know where you want to go!

I liked the location from the town, easy to get there and back, just off the road but not noisy. nice climbs, all felt harder than the given grade. long routes. loved it.
jemmaclimbs - 23/May/15
Good crag, great climbs but a shame about the location in comparison to the road. Some of the easier routes show signs of popularity and now feel harder than they should. Climbing here is free and allowed, highly recommended. Can be very hot in the sun, would advice going around 3/4pm in the Autumn if the sun is out.
Emilio Bachini - 21/Oct/14
You can no longer climb this crag for free.
Clayuk - 30/May/10
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Ya Mamma's As Old As Dirt
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6a+ * 2
2 The Red Wall
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5c * 5
3 Name? 5c * 6
4 The Wailing Wall
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6b ** 3
5 Happy Ending
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6b * 4
6 Carbonic Acid Trip 6a 6
7 The Helsinki Handsaw Massacre
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6a+ ** 20
8 The Great Wall 6c+ *** 11
9 Where's the jug? 6b+ *** 21
10 Empty Jug 6c+ ** 7
11 Infernal Affairs 6b ** 8
12 Tension 6c *** 12
13 Slack
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6a+ 20
14 Opica
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6a+ * 10
15 Shu Ba Jie
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5c ** 24
16 The Miracle of Lankou
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5c 23
17 Summit No. 1
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5c 9
18 Watered Whine
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5a 11
19 Hidden Gem
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5.6 * 12
20 Irresistable
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4c * 12
21 Kou Men
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5a 5
22 Vino Line 5a 1
23 Break Up
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5c 3
24 Rich Man
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6a 6
25 Beer Fish
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5c 5
26 Selfish
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5a 3
27 Unknown Soldiers 6a * 5
28 Picha 4c 3
29 Tianjin Special
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4c * 4
30 For Love 7a+ * 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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