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jknoob


Jun 22, 2009, 11:33 AM
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Climbing in Thailand in July?
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I'm going to Thailand, Malaysia & Singapore in July 7th-22nd. I want to go back to Thailand after my tour and rock climb. I hear Krabi has excellent climbs. So, I'm looking for a climbing partner/group for July 23rd to up to 4 days.


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NOT a trip report.

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Tonsai/Railey are in the Krabi Province, and have a lot of sport. Great if you are climbing hard .11 and .12 but polished and scattered routes at 5.10 and below.

Not to mention it is going to be wet and windy. It might be hard to find partners on the peninsula and there is a chance you won't be able to get there (or will get stuck there) because of the weather.

There is also a good chance that you'll have good weather and find a climbing partner on the Railey side of the peninsula, maybe even in Tonsai.

Have fun!


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