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Anyang Stadium Climbing Wall Submitted on April 4th, 2007 by skinsk Print
Type: Artificial Walls Province: Gyeonggi-Do City: Anyang
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Description
This was one of the first municipal walls to pop up on a major stadium in the mid-1990s. It still draws local climbers and some competitions, though even with recent renovations it shows it's age.

10 meters wide X 15 meters high, the main wall overhangs 110-135 degrees. There is a shorter, almost vertical wall on the side, so beginners need not be too intimidated.


Directions
It's on the side of the main stadium in the Anyang Sports Complex (안양종합운동장), and the address is: 비산3동 1025-0 (Bisan-3 dong). . . you can catch (green) busses 5713, 5626, 5625 (from Gwanak , Anyang , Guro Digital Complex , Sinpung, Seoksu, Singil, Yeongdeungpo Stations) or village bus 5-3 from Beomgye Station right to the stadium.


Additional Comments
Food, drinks, an ice rink, swimming pool, tennis courts. . .everything you could want right there, as it's in the middle of the city. Some shade available. Gear is fixed on the steepest sections.



Comment added by Dwango on June 18th, 2010
hi I am interested in checking out this wall, but am unsure how the hole system works. do you need to pay to use it. how do the ropes get set up. do you have to bring your own ropes and lead climb them yourself? sorry new to this. but really wanna check this wall out cuz its close to me.

Comment added by tbeirne on January 17th, 2017
Kim Jong-heon Climbing Center manages this wall. Join the KJH Gym for access.

Mr. Kim sets both sport and dry tooling routes depending on season and is a UIAA International Route Setter for the World Cup.

Grades range 5.7-5.13 and competition level for dry tooling.

The gym is very expat friendly and has many top level climbers across all disciplines.



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