90 meter wall at Boomerang
Although this prominent limestone wall crowns the Boomerang Park, it has never been climbed straight up. Ken (the developer of the park) has red pointed it twice, but each time has had to work over to the right near the summit. As with other straight sided limestone hills in this area (Thais call them mountains or 'pu kao', because they're the tallest protrusions for hundreds of miles) - they're generally smoother at the lower ends, and sharper at their upper reaches. There is a steep 'n rocky gully up its left / western side, so it's a non-technical way to ascend to the summit. The top has a 200 degree sweeping view of Chiang Rai town as well as large portion of the river valley, including other hills - stretching out for twenty five miles or more.
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