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제주스포츠클라이밍 MOVE ZONE
Submitted on March 2nd, 2009 by dan Type: Gyms    Province: Jeju-Do    City: Jeju   
 photo This is a bouldering gym near the City Hall area of Jeju City. The owner is Jung Sang Soo, one of the original developers of climbing on the Island. The members are friendly and focus on helping beginner climbers. When the weather is nice, they often take weekend trips to Musucheon and to the outdoor climbing wall by the stadium.

The basic essential information is
Morning Hours:
7am - 10am M-F

Evening Hours:
9pm - 12pm M-F

Adult Membership Rates (discounts for children or couples):
1 Month
65,000
3 Months
175,000
6 Month... [Read More]

Dansan
Submitted on October 28th, 2005 by skinsk Type: Rock Climbs    Province: Jeju-Do    City: Seogwipo   
 photo This small "mountain" (158m) is just 1k west of the beautiful and rocky and way more impressive-looking Sanbangsan (just down from Hwasan Beach) in the SW corner of the island. "Mount Dan tuff cone, or Bagumji Oreum is classified as the oldest pyroclastic sedimentary layer in the geological layer classification of Jeju Island." Not the choicest spot on Jeju-do, but if you've exhausted Oedolgae and have a few hours and want to check out the Western area and get in a few routes, here they are. The island is so compact, it's only about 30 minutes ... [Read More]

Eongtto Waterfall
Submitted on October 28th, 2005 by skinsk Type: Rock Climbs    Province: Jeju-Do    City: Seogwipo   
 photo A beautiful, seasonal waterfall with 50m cliffs. The routes range from 12-23 meters and start at 10b (going to 12c, with an estimated 5.13 offwidth overhanging crack). Bring a headlamp to explore the cave. From the cave (far left, facing the falls) there's an unbolted 10b crack system and a mossy 12b/c face to the visible anchor (2 bolts and webbing). . . moving towards the falls a few bolts lead to the 13? crack. The other routes can be accessed from a sketchy downclimb over a lot of trees and rocks or from the bottom via the other branch of t... [Read More]

Gul Tali
Submitted on May 13th, 2012 by DavidPowell Type: Rock Climbs    Province: Jeju-Do    City: Jeju   
 photo Several sport climbs around a natural bridge in the Musucheon river bed. Similar rock to Musucheon. I was told that these are some of the newest routes put up on the island, so all of the bolts and anchors are in perfect shape. The rock tends to be a bit polished, so chalk is a must.... [Read More]

Musucheon
Submitted on August 17th, 2006 by johnny5 Type: Rock Climbs    Province: Jeju-Do    City: Jeju   
 photo Musucheon is a riverbed climbing site just outside of Jeju City. The fresh water flows from Halla Mountain which sits in the center of the island. The cliffs straddleing the stream that flows through the riverbed are accesible by foot and present around 20-30 good challenges for intermediate and advanced climbers. The limstone varies from smooth slabs with crimp holds to large jagged faces with jugs to grab hold of, underhand holds, small overhang starts, and small cracks. Some of he rock is polished and can be a bit slick but nothing that ... [Read More]

Oedolgae
Submitted on October 28th, 2005 by skinsk Type: Rock Climbs    Province: Jeju-Do    City: Seogwipo   
 photo Oedolgae, pronounced "Wheedle-gay"-- sort of, is a freestanding pillar of many legends and a popular tourist attraction, and so it can't be climbed on. Oedolgae was created by volcanic eruption 1.5 million years ago. "It is called "sea stack" because it was formed by continual wave erosion." Still, the basalt cliffs around Oedolgae that overlook a "colbalt blue" sea are reason enough to pack a rope when you visit Jeju!

A few bolts and anchors are on the top of the cliff where tourist pose for photos. You can set up an anchor on top and rapp... [Read More]





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