|Comment added by ricardo on November 23rd, 2005|
|at the mentioned fitness center the trail continues on, but you want to head up on a small path toward the walls.|
|Comment added by AFclimber on October 1st, 2012|
|I have a ot to add about this place. We made the treck there on saturday. 1st off, this place is "easy" to get to via public trans. The approach from the road to the climb is AWEFUL! Crazy steep road followed by the stairmaster from hell. As for the rock, it is 100% blank and sharp. I blew out my shoes there. IMO, there are way better spots to climb in Korea. I wouldn't waste my time here. Sorry to sound so negative but it is what it is...|
|Comment added by pebble on March 22nd, 2013|
It's easier to approach from buddhist monestary side. On weekends, the trails are crawling with people so be warned.
MOST of the slab routes had bolts but NO HANGERS. I'm not sure if these are the aussie style carrot bolts that require bolt plates. Anyone have experience with these in Korea?
|Comment added by Donnaeko on May 6th, 2013|
|This is the place listed p.274 of 'Climb' coffeetable book as Muakjae Ansan Amjang.|
|Comment added by climb.or.marc on March 3rd, 2018|
We came in from the north side of the park and parked within about 200m of the crag. Small parking area that also had bathrooms called “Book Cafe Rest Area” on some of the local maps.
I would echo previous comments. Not worth it unless you live close by. I wouldn’t even travel across Seoul to go here again. Generally lots of choss. Chopped bolts, chipped holds, filled in holds (never seen that before), water run off (dirt, grass, gravel), gym holds. Looked like it hadn’t seen regular use in a while.
Good views of Seoul and local sites.