The Gallery

A PDF guide for the entire crag is available for the crags here
(suggest print in booklet form page for best viewing).

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The Gallery

Routes 1 and 2 start from a ledge and bolt belay just above the water line. Access is by abseil and a clam sea is recommended if you want to stay dry!

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1 – Lean to Port F6a, 8m, 4 Bolts *
FA: Francis Haden, Sue Hazel, Donna Kwok 20/12/2015

2 – Close to the Wind F6a+, 8m, 4 Bolts
FA: Francis Haden, Sue Hazel 20/12/2015
Deep water soloing these routes may seem logical however the water beneath this wall is very shallow and has submerged boulders seen only during low tide.

Routes 3 to 8 are accessed from the right side of the zawn, using abseils to reach hanging belays.

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3 – Plain Sailing F6a, 15m, 8 Bolts **
FA: Francis Haden, Donna Kwok, Ray Lee 08/11/2015

4 – Manic Volcanic F6c+, 15m, 9 Bolts ***
FA: Francis Haden 01/01/2016
Taking the steepest line through the cave roof, this is an unusual kind of route to be found in Hong Kong. Despite the need for particular conditions and abseil access, this climb is well worth the effort.

5 – Lip Trip F6c, 13m, 6 Bolts **
FA: Francis Haden, 01/01/2016
Start as for Manic Volcanic but at a prominent jug adjacent to the third bolt, pull right out of the roof to a crux on the lip.

6 – Promenade Facade F4, 6m, 4 Bolts
FA: Francis Haden, Donna Kwok, Gloria Nortje 23/08/2015

7 – Time to Get Physical F6a, 6m, 4 Bolts *
FA: Francis Haden, Donna Kwok, Gloria Nortje 23/08/2015

8 – Sinking Slowly F5, 6m, 3 Bolts
FA: Francis Haden, Donna Kwok, Gloria Nortje 23/08/2015

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