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Climb Koh Yao Noi, Thailand
 
Many new areas have been developed on the islands surrounding Kho Yao Noi and on the northern end of the Island itself. This is one of the most low key and tranquil island destinations in Thailand and now hosts many new climbing areas as well. Located in the southern end of the Phang Nga bay. The beauty surrounding this island is breath taking. However don't expect the ease of Tonsai/Railey. Approaches require motor bike rides through steep jungle roads, hiking and or hiring a boat.The climbing logistics can be difficult to sort out, but you will be rewarded with high quality Titanium bolted routes in a peaceful setting.
 
  • The Mitt
  • Watchtower
  • Grateful Wall
  • The Hang on Ko Ku Du
  • HD Wall
  • Big Tree Wall
  • Breakfast Wall
  • The Bee Wall
  • Dump Wall
  • Ao Pui Tower
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

The Mitt Rock Climbing

This is the latest addition to the Ko Yao Noi climbing areas. A long steep featured cliff with over twenty one routes so far. The routes on the right side require a 60m rope the left side requires a 70m and a few routes on the far left a 80m rope to lower off with. Take care when lowering as some of these routes overhang more than forty feet you will need to back clip in order to land on the ledge. After the climb is cleaned it is possible for the last person to lower all the way off the ledge and walk back up.

Big Tree Wall (Khao Khom) Rock Climbing

The right side of this extensive wall is known as the Big Tree Wall and has several base routes and three Multi-pitch routes.The left side as of Dec 2008 has only one multi-pitch route, Tipsy Gypsy

 

 

Grateful Wall (Mang Sau) Rock Climbing
This is one of the best and most beautiful crags on the island. It is a beautiful seaside orange wall with white and black streaks. The climbing is mostly vertical to gently overhanging, and is almost all 10- to 11-. In 2010 there were 10 routes on this wall, 9 bolted with Titanium.

HD Wall Rock Climbing

The HD Wall is one of the most easily accessed walls from Paradise Resort. This 60m tall cliff offers mostly single-pitch climbs with a few 2-pitch routes. In the high-season months of Oct- Feb, the HD Wall sits baking in the sun until 3-4:00 in the afternoon... So, evening climbing is when it is most pleasant. In the months between May-Sept, the wall goes into the shade much earlier in the day.(noonish) There are now 10 fun pitches(dead vertical to slightly leaning) along the base of the HD Wall. Things are cleaning up nicely here after being a less than perfect crag for years....

The Hang Rock Climbing

The hang is a small steep wall with powerful moves on in-cut pockets in perfect stone. Located on the North West side of LO KU DU (a small island off the North end of Ko Yao Noi). There are nine routes here, 6c+ through 8a, with titanium bolts.This wall stays in the shade until about two PM.

The Watchtower Rock Climbing

This remote crag is located on the northern end of Ko Yao Noi and requires a boat ride, a short jungle hike and some climbing up fixed lines to reach the base. The wall juts out of a deep chasm and has small wooden platforms to belay from. The approach and base are a bit tricky but the quality of the stone is superb. The routes are technical and sustained. Shade in the afternoon. Not suitable for parties larger than six. Bring a 60m rope and 17 quickdraws.

 

The Mitt Rock Climbing

This is the latest addition to the Ko Yao Noi climbing areas. A long steep featured cliff with over twenty one routes so far. The routes on the right side require a 60m rope the left side requires a 70m and a few routes on the far left a 80m rope to lower off with. Take care when lowering as some of these routes overhang more than forty feet you will need to back clip in order to land on the ledge. After the climb is cleaned it is possible for the last person to lower all the way off the ledge and walk back up.

 
 

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