Three nice rocks overlooking the sea and the village of Jeokdeok boast about 25 routes, a few 2 pitches. Some moss and a little dirt, but the rock is pretty solid. The bolts look pretty solid and the place is kept up well. Most of the names are written below the routes, and (sadly), most of the bolts (and often the surrounding rock) are painted red. A few of the routes have some run out sections, and at least one (a one-bolt wonder) has decking potential. Some nuts or small cams might be helpful.... [Read More]
The park is set to open on April 1st, I have a couple photos for now. I will do a more accurate assessment after it opens and we get a chance to climb it.
Went there on April 1st and has been delayed to the 5th. nice April Fools joke on us.... [Read More]
Just next to/under the bridge is a 15 meter high artificial wall. The bottom is filled with holds (good, grippy ones) and excellent for bouldering. There's also a tyrolean traverse practice and a "spider web" for kids to climb!... [Read More]