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About Damai:

100m wall with 35 routes, some of them multi pitch. Most of the routes are graded from 5c to 6a, however, many of the 5cīs are overgraded. The lower part of the rock is scattered and therefore offers nothing but easy climbing. The second pitches lead through smoother rock, the climbs are nicer and more difficult. Good place for beginners and instructing classes. The base has been levelled for climbing purposes. Toilet facilities at site (key available at food stall next to soccer field). Watch out for the anchors (status Sept 2003: alloy rings and too short chains!!) Some of the anchors at the multipitches are equipped with old sling material. Preferably bring your own slings! Stay tuned: We keep you updated about the state of anchor safety at this crag.
Nearest town or city: Kuala Lumpur
Directions: From Kuala Lumpur drive out on Jalan Kuching for approx. 10 KM until you see a sign for Kuantan/ Batu Caves. you will already be able to see the rock on your right. exit and turn right (direction Kuantan). follow the mainroad, pass the temples to your left. Approx. 500 m after the temple the first crags can be reached (Comic, Roadshow, Nanyang). Continue another 500 m to a BP Petrol station on the left, turn left directly after this into an area called Taman Industry Bolton. Follow this road till after an "S" some rows of industrial shop houses you can turn left into Jalan TIB 3. Follow this road till the very end. Take the left, cross the little bridge, then immediate right. Take the second left again, and follow this all the way down to the will emerge from the residential area, come down a slight slope. You will then see a soccer field on your left, and the Damai Wall. Turn left after the field where you can park your car.(These are very small roads, so dont drive too fast, lots of kids running in and out.) For better descriptions please refer to Climb Singapore or the soon to be printed Climb Malaysia Guide Book.
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