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Rock Climbing Photos : Big Wall : east end of Crouching Lion Hill

east end of Crouching Lion Hill

east end of Crouching Lion Hill

About 200 meters SW of Boomerang Park is a long hill which parallels the Mae Kok river (which flows out of Burma in the west, to merge with the Mekong river in the east). Called 'Crouching Lion Hill' it has a Buddha Cave on its west end, and a through-the-hill 3-chambered cave near its west end. This photo shows some undeveloped and never-been-climbed rock walls at its east end. The white marblelized rock face would be particularly challenging - for some daring climber.

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