|Comment added by btellis2 on June 23rd, 2015|
Went there recently I had some comments:
At that camping place, you should see a sign for Jobisan Garden Restaurant. Park in the restaurant lot, walk up the stairs, and follow the path right past the cementary.
This crag is nice! There are stairs to the top of the mountain for a nice view.
The entire area has some sort of mesh tarp set up for shade, and tons of logs/rocks placed to make benches. Every route has been updated with new gear and I didn't notice any choss. The face climbs are mostly 10-12, but the cave has tons of 13-15 if you are that good. Pretty awesome little mountain that I definitely recommend
|Comment added by skinsk on October 15th, 2017|
|Jobisan is the mountain ("san" 산 meaning mountain). Jobiam refers to the crag ("am" 암 meaning rock). I went with the name the original crag developers gave it. That happens in Korea!|
|Comment added by climb.or.marc on March 11th, 2018|
From Pyeongtaek, take Hwy 38 past Anseong. Turn left at Samjuk 3-way intersection onto Samjuk-ro (Hwy 70?). From there drive through the small town of Samjuk, making the second left on to Hwy 325. When headed north on Hwy 325, Jobisan is in clear view from the road. The hard part is the left turn to get to the parking lot. It looks like you are driving on to someone's farm but it's a narrow road. Around the bend is the restaurant and parking area.
This is a really nice place to climb. The bolts have been updated where it was needed and well placed. Routes are clearly marked at the base. Everyone has been very friendly. The trail to the crag is well trodden (right around the cemetary, left at the first T-intersection, right at the next sign).
We climbed here in March on some sunny cold days (50F) and were very comfortable. The wall is like sundial facing south, plenty warm. I imagine it's hot in the summer.