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Dobongsan in Bukhansan National Park in Seoul, South Korea - Climbed Dobongsan with 3 policemen from Suwon over Memorial Day weekend in 1993. Seven pitches up the front (5.9) and four rappels down the backside. First 2 pitches up involved slabbing on smooth rock. Several routes converge and depart at the tree.

Dobongsan in Bukhansan National Park in Seoul, South Korea - Climbed Dobongsan with 3 policemen from Suwon over Memorial Day weekend in 1993. Seven pitches up the front (5.9) and four rappels down the backside. First 2 pitches up involved slabbing on smooth rock. Several routes converge and depart at the tree.

:Sunrise Peak, Jeju South Korea

:Sunrise Peak, Jeju South Korea

25 insanely awesome rock climbing photos - Matador Network

25 insanely awesome rock climbing photos

25 insanely awesome rock climbing photos - Matador Network

Boseong Green Tea Plantation, Jeollanam-do, South Korea. It's just so marvelously green! I want to go there right now!

Boseong Green Tea Plantation, Jeollanam-do, South Korea. It's just so marvelously green! I want to go there right now!

#Ulsanbawi Rock

#Ulsanbawi Rock

Stairs leading to grotto, Seokguram. Gyeongju, South Korea....when I first saw the picture I thought... I've been there...then I read where it is...my mother and I climbed these steps together

Stairs leading to grotto, Seokguram. Gyeongju, South Korea....when I first saw the picture I thought... I've been there...then I read where it is...my mother and I climbed these steps together

Gyeongju National Park | Gyeongju day trip in the fall

Gyeongju National Park | Gyeongju day trip in the fall

JANUARY 28, 2014 The Ethics of Leaving Fixed Ropes, Caches and Draws -The ethics of leaving gear in the mountains or at the crag is complex. Some might consider anything left behind anywhere, akin to abandoning gear. Indeed, some National Parks and the Bureau of Land Management identify any gear left behind for any reason at all as abandoned.  -Posted on January 28, 2014

JANUARY 28, 2014 The Ethics of Leaving Fixed Ropes, Caches and Draws -The ethics of leaving gear in the mountains or at the crag is complex. Some might consider anything left behind anywhere, akin to abandoning gear. Indeed, some National Parks and the Bureau of Land Management identify any gear left behind for any reason at all as abandoned. -Posted on January 28, 2014

Zion Utah Google Image Result for http://www.americansouthwest.net/utah/photographs450/the-organ.jpg

Zion Utah Google Image Result for http://www.americansouthwest.net/utah/photographs450/the-organ.jpg

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