|Comment added by mpjohnston on August 31st, 2008|
|I just tried to go back out to this mini-crag today and it was strongly blocked off. Lots of warning signs and tape saying "don't enter" in Korean. Sucks because I spent a few hours here earlier this year and it's alot of fun. I guess you could just jump the tape and get through. Anybody know why this is closed off now?|
|Comment added by sunhopak on September 11th, 2008|
|Just went a few days ago and we jumped the tape. Don't think it's a problem though because a student there told us it was because they were planning construction on the stairs.|
|Comment added by jaknecky on July 5th, 2015|
5th July 2015
I wasn't climbing, but I was in the area and thought I'd check it out.
There are no access restrictions here, but the site was a little overgrown , suggesting that it really doesn't get very much use.
The bolts on the artificial holds (of which there appear to be more now than in the photos) seem a little rusty but I didn't do a thorough inspection. Can't make any real comments about the quality of the anchors at the top (all but one looked like wire death triangles).
|Comment added by Trent on October 15th, 2015|
|I went here this morning to check it out. It could be a decent place for students with very little time. The stairs are wooden now and the site was completely overgrown with weeds and thorns. I stomped it down and set a toprope by going around the right side. About halfway up the stairs i jumped the rail to a small access trail that led to the top of the pitch. I solo toproped the two center routes and the holds were strong but weathered and rusty. Nothing spun and the anchor held fine although it was a death triangle wire.|