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Co-Founder Josh Morris Gets a Mention in Chiang Mai CityLife

Earlier this month, CMRCA co-founder Josh Morris took CityLife on a tour of Crazy Horse Buttress. Part history, part geology, and part adventure have a read to learn a bit about the beginning of Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures and the development of rock climbing at Crazy Horse.

You can find the full article online here.

18.4.15 – Community Crank 2015!

Learning, Skiing, Ice Climbing, Scrapping Ice off Windshields: Phi’s trip to the U.S.

Earlier in March, I had the opportunity to travel to the U.S. to for the NCCPS conference in Boulder, Colorado. It was definitely like a dream come true. The conference combined two things that I am passionate about, which are experiential education and meeting new people. I feel extremely fortunate to have this opportunity. To me, this experience is all about progression both personally and professionally.

When an opportunity like this one comes knocking at your door, it’s important to answer it with open arms and grab it. That’s my philosophy on progression.

Phi at Arches National Park
Phi at Arches National Park

Although this was a business trip, it is hard to see it as work but rather an adventure and life experience. I got to meet so many wonderful people and make new friends who share the common interest in experiential education. I felt the energy that all of these people brought to the conference, and I could feel their passion and eagerness to go out in the field and change people’s lives. It is hard to truly communicate how this trip has made me feel but absolute joy and optimism for the future.

Another great thing about this trip was that I got to see how people in the U.S. live their lives and how their culture is different from Thai culture. The U.S. is such a diverse and dynamic place and I was so fascinated by all the different cultures and places I got to see. It reminds me about the importance of stepping outside your comfort zone and experience new things. On this trip, I also got to try ice climbing, skiing and scrapping ice off windshields. Two of the three things were incredibly fun.

This trip was certainly one of the best experiences and I will never forget it. I have learned and gained so much and cannot wait to apply new knowledge into my courses.
Open your mind. Do what you love. Put your passion into it. Get yourself outside to see the world. “It is a great day to be alive.”

NCCPS conference
NCCPS conference

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CMRCA Athlete, Puntarika Tunyavanich talks about her first 8a ascents!

This past week, Puntarika Tunyavanich (Mean), a Thailand National Team climber and CMRCA sponsored athlete, made her first ascents of 8a at Nam Pha Pa Yai camp in Saraburi. Not only was she able to break into the next grade, but she was able to send two 8a routes in one day! That’s some serious endurance and stamina!

La Roca 5
Mean finishing up on La Roca (8a) at Nam Pha Pa Yai. Photo By Ben Grasser.

 

We did a quick recap with her on this impressive achievements and here’s what she has to say about her ascents.

Can you talk about the routes?

“I managed to send two 8a routes! One is called Les Chemins de Kanmandou and that took me 4 tries and another is called La Roca and it took me three tries. They are both really hard!” The first route was about 37 meters so it was pretty long. My rope just barely made it to the ground and didn’t have to climb down a tree like some other routes. There are 8 really hard sections but I made through them using mostly knee bar. There were 1 – 2 meter of good rest. I was super pumped and breathing was so crucial on this route. The second route was a bit more bouldery. It was about 30 meter long. Because of the style and the small crimps at cruxes, I had to try really had to hold on with my fingers. The second route was definitely super hard and felt like I almost didn’t make it.

 

What made you decide to try your first 8a’s?

My trainer from Sweden, Harry Denanto, came to visit and he wanted to climb some 8a routes, so I decided that it was the time to try it as well.

 

Did you train in particular for these routes?

Yes, I did. Harry sent me some workout routines to follow and I spent two months training.

 

How confident were you about sending the routes?

Honestly, I wasn’t at all. I was lucky to have Harry who could give me really useful tips, advice and suggestion on where to rest and how to climb efficiently on these routes. With him there, I was able to gather enough confidence and courage to give these routes my best. I was happy to be able to climb them! I also did a little prayer asking for some lucks (hahaha).

 

Was the weather a challenge?

The weather was definitely not helping. It was so hot. I had to constantly chalk up because my hands sweat so much. I was sweating all over and that made everything more slippery and hard to grip. There was also no wind and I felt like I was going to faint.

 

So what’s next? More 8a’s or onto 8a+?

I definitely want to try to onsight or redpoint all 8a routes at Nam Pha Pa Yai before moving on to the next grade.

 

Mean is one of Thailand’s best climbers and has been traveling all over the world representing Thailand at various world-class competitions. She recently took first place in bouldering at the Asian University Climbing Competition, 6th place in lead at the Asian Championship and she also competed at the World Championship last year. Read more about her Mean and her competition successes here.

CMRCA would like to thank Ben Grasser and Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp for allowing us to use these photos for the blog!

Mean on La Roca (8a), Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp. Photo By Ben Grasser.
Mean on La Roca (8a), Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp. Photo By Ben Grasser.
Mean on La Roca (8a), Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp. Photo By Ben Grasser.
Mean on La Roca (8a), Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp. Photo By Ben Grasser.

 

Mean on La Roca (8a), Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp. Photo By Ben Grasser.
Mean on La Roca (8a), Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp. Photo By Ben Grasser.

 

Mean on La Roca (8a), Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp. Photo By Ben Grasser.
Mean on La Roca (8a), Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp. Photo By Ben Grasser.

 

After climbing Les Chemins de Kanmandou (8a), Nam Pha Pa Yai Camp. Photo By Ben Grasser.

 

Crazy Horse Classics: Wild Pumpus, Tree Surgeon and Blood, Love and Steel

 

Our guides, Add, Ooan and Gee had a day off climbing at Crazy Horse. Add sent his 7b+ project, The Wild Pumpus, while Ooan and Gee enjoyed a nice climb up two other classics, Tree Surgeon (6c) and Blood, Love and Steel (6c). The three routes are Crazy Horse’s mecca classics and shouldn’t be skipped whenever you’re in the area. They are MUST DO!

 

Mad Rock Redline Review

 

Designed by Mad Rock athlete, Obe Carrion, the aggressive downturned shoes will help you keep your toes on the steep limestone walls at Crazy Horse Buttress or Southern Thailand. The heels are made to minimize dead space helping with more effective and easier heel hooking. The arch flex technology creates a truly aggressive fit that makes the Redline the best choice for steep bouldering and route climbing. Laces allow you to freely adjust the fitting and make them feel like you are wearing gloves. The super sticky and thick rubber, yet sensitive, will help you edge on the thin face climbing and ease through polished foot holes outdoor and indoor. Beyond climbing technology, the Redline incorporates a more urban attitude into its design creating an extremely fashionable, simple and unique design. The Redline truly stands out among other climbing shoes current on the shelf.

 

Mad Rock Redline is now available in Thailand through CMRCA. You can come try them at our adventure store in old town Chiang Mai or order them online by emailing us at gear@thailandclimbing.com. The shoes are 4995 THB including a limited edition Mad Rock chalk bucket.

 

Bolt Heart Wall 2015

To buy bolts, please scroll down to the bottom of this page. 
Na Pah Hua Jai or Heart Wall is a special place to climb.  It contains some of the best routes at Crazy Horse.  It’s name is rooted in the word Jai, meaning heart in Thai.  The word jai has a special meaning in Thai language and culture.  Whereas western culture is often rooted in emotions defined from the head, nearly everything in Thai is defined from the heart.  The word jai can be combined with pretty much any other word in Thai language to create words that describe emotions as well as characteristics of a person.  For those of us who have climbed at Heart Wall, it is easy to identify with how special the experience is. The routes are featured, overhanging and in the shade for most of the day. The longer approach (though let’s not kid ourselves, it’s not that far) earns more than 20 routes covering the full spectrum of grades with stunning views looking north over the Mae On valley.

 

At Heart Wall, every route name has the word jai (heart) in it in an attempt to describe the experience of climbing the route or even the bolting and preparation of the route.  Jai Rawn for example is directly translated as hot heart and means hot-headed or impatient.  When bolting Jai Rawn we were baking in the sun and a bit rushed and raced to finish gluing the route in the dark.  Our hastened pace resulted in poorly placed pro and a stopper loosed from its placement while I was gluing hitting me in the forehead just above my glasses.  The result? 5 stitches and an unfinished route, providing the important lesson of going slow to go fast. The first route at Heart Wall, Jai Yen Yen translates as cool heart or patient and calm.

 

The classic Jai Yen Yen route at heart wall
The classic Jai Yen Yen route at heart wall

 

This is rooted in the fact that our initial foray into the Heart Wall development was met with a tremendous amount of obstacles.  They started with access issues, a tremendous amount of vegetation covering the cliff, a ridiculous amount of loose choss on the rock face, and more access issues.  We began cleaning in 2005 after Bangkok local and Arizona legend Jim Waugh saw the cliff from the hot springs on a clear day in the rainy season. It wasn’t until 2008 that we finished drilling and gluing that first route thereby earning the name.  It is also knows as The Proposal because I proposed to my wife Kat a couple of weeks before we finished the route.   The second route at Heart Wall, Ruam Jai means together or community.  That route is indicative of the effort of many at Heart Wall.  With more than 5 bolters and even more trail builders and route cleaners,  it has come to represent the culmination of our approach to bolting and crag development working together as a community to build a crag we are all proud of and all have a responsibility to maintain.

 

Mario Bolting Ruam Jai
Mario Bolting Ruam Jai

 

With all of the success and incredible routes Heart Wall has produced, our work is not finished.  Currently there are 20 routes at Heart Wall all on the right side, what we are naming the Hong Hua Jai Kwa (Right Ventricle).  In December, we got together as a community and decided it was time to begin developing the left side of the crag which will aptly be named Hong Hua Jai Sai (Left Ventricle). CMRCA team members Mario, Add, Ooan, Jon, Kat and Josh were joined by local climbers Jens, Pi Tuk, and Andrew and Bangkok climber Richard Eden in an effort to begin bolting. Our first look at the left ventricle has been promising and we believe another 15 lines can be bolted and developed.  On December 27th we launched an initial expedition to Heart Wall to begin development of the Left Ventricle.  As is typical at Heart Wall, the lines look good and promising and then the cleaning begins. Bolting a route at Heart Wall involves a tremendous amount of cleaning to first clean all of the dangerous rock and vegetation from the cliff.  Then top roping and thorough climbing by multiple people in the community to really get a feel for the route, its moves and where it will go.  Then we work together to determine the bolt placements to ensure people of all levels, shapes and sizes will feel protected while on the route.  Upon final confirmation, the route is glued.  We then work together to build belay platforms and trails leading to the routes that are safe and minimize erosion.  It is a tremendous amount of effort especially when cleaning.  Every route at Heart Wall has required significant cleaning and these new routes are no different.

 

Developing at Heart Wall is a community effort and we are hoping to expand our community.  Bolting and developing is costly.  Each route requires bolts, glue, brushes, drills, ropes, draws, rigging gear, gasoline, trucks and more.  Most importantly it involves human labor.  Each route is representative of a significant amount of effort by people in the community.  We have set a goal of selling 50,000 THB of bolts to the climbing community by 14 February 2015 in order to bolt 15 new lines by 31 July 2015.  We hope that you will be able to support us in reaching this goal.  The video above helps to show a bit of what it means to climb at Heart Wall.

If you are interested in contributing to the project, please click the Buy Bolts button below.  We have set the prices based on a fixed number of bolts.  Each bolt costs approximately 150 baht for the bolt and 50 baht for the glue needed to place it.  A typical route takes 10 to 15 bolts.  Included in your purchase, we will mail a the Bolt Heart Wall sticker to you. You can see the design below as they appear on the images. We really appreciate your support and look forward to climbing new routes at heart wall with you soon!

 


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Thank you for your continued support and commitment to making climbing in Chiang Mai and at Crazy Horse Buttress such a special experience.  We look forward to more adventures with you in the future.

 

Climb On

 

CMRCA team hanging on Heart Wall bolting new routes
CMRCA team hanging on Heart Wall bolting new routes
Mario, Ooan and Add cutting down trees and cleaning the ground for belay platforms
Mario, Ooan and Add cutting down trees and cleaning the ground for belay platforms
CMRCA team bolting heart wall
CMRCA team bolting heart wall
The bolting team (from left to right); Ooan, Mario, Taw, Jens and Add
The bolting team (from left to right); Ooan, Mario, Taw, Jens and Add

Getting to Know Puntarika (Mean) Tunyavanich, Thailand’s national team climber

 

คงจะไม่มีนักปีนไทยคนไหนที่ไม่รู้จักกับ น.ส.ปุณฑริกา ธัญญะวานิช หรือมีณ นักปีนทีมชาติไทยที่ได้ไปคว้าตำแหน่งที่ 41 ในรายการประเภท lead ที่ World Championship มาแล้ว มีณได้เริ่มปีนตั้งแต่อายุเพียง 15 ปี ตอนนี้นอกจากต้องฝึกซ้อมตลอดและต้องเดินทางไปแข่งทั่วโลกแล้ว มีณก็ทำงาน part-time ที่ Rock Domain Climbing Gym ในกรุงเทพด้วย ตอนนี้มีณเป็นนักกีฬา sponsor ของ Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures

(English version available below)

 

ปีนี้มีณได้ไปแข่งมาหลายรายการมาก ชอบการแข่งที่ไหนมากที่สุด

ชอบรายการของ ASIAN UNIVERSITY CLIMBING CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 เมื่อ 1-7 กรกฎาคม 2557 ได้อันดับ 1 Boulder และได้อันดับ 3 Lead

Mean Tunyavanich
Mean Tunyavanich

มีณชอบอะไรกับการแข่งปีนหน้าผาและกีฬาที่มากที่สุด

ประสบการณ์ปีนี้ที่ได้ไปแข่งหลายๆที ได้ทั้งภาษา เพื่อน และะ การซ้อมอะไรที่ใหม่ๆ ปีนที่แปลกใหม่ บรรยากาศสะอาด โล่ง ระบบต่างๆของคมนาคม เมืองนอกทันสมัย สะดวกต่อการเดินทางท่องเที่ยวคนเดียว ยิ่งรายการใหญ่ๆ อย่าง World Championship ที่ Gijon, Spain นี่ อลังการมาก เจอนักปีนระดับโลกมารวมกัน รู้สึกประหม่าและตื่นเต้น มีอายบ้าง เพราะความสามารถของเรายังเทียบเค้าไม่ได้ แต่ถือว่าเป็นตัวแทนของประเทศไทยไปแข่งขัน จึงทำเต็มที่

 

ปีนี้เรื่องผิดหวังอะไรรึเปล่ากับการแข่งขัน

ผิดหวังกับ Asian championship ที่ Lombok, Indonesia เนื่องจากมีอาการบาดเจ็บที่ไหล่ ในวันแข่งรอบชิงวันสุดท้าย ปีนแล้วไม่เต็มที่เลย ปีนจนเวลาหมด เสียดายเหมือนกัน รายการนั้นได้ที่ 6 Lead

 

ปกติแล้วมีณฝึกซ้อมอย่างไร แล้วฝึกอะไรเป็นพิเศษรึเปล่าก่อนที่จะไปแข่ง

เรื่องฝึกซ้อม หากไม่มีช่วงเก็บตัวนักกีฬาทีมชาติ ส่วนใหญ่ซ้อมเอง มีไปที่ ฟิตเนส ว่ายน้ำและเล่นกีฬาอื่นบ้าง จากนั้นจึงปีนหน้าผาจำลองที่ Rockdomain

 

นอกจากปีนหน้าผาแล้ว มีณชอบทำอะไรบ้าง

นอกจากปีนหน้าผาแล้ว ถ้าอยู่บ้าน จะนอน เล่นเกม อ่านการตูน เหมือนคนปกติ แต่ถ้าออกไปข้างนอก ก็จะนัดเพื่อนไปดูหนัง ไปเล่นเครื่องเล่นสวนสนุก พวกผาดโผน เสียวๆ

 

มีณได้เดินทางมาหลายประเทศแล้ว รู้สึกประทับใจที่ไหนมากที่สุด

ที่ประทับใจคงจะเป็น Sweden ได้มีโอกาสซ้อมที่โน่น ประมาน 2 อาทิตย์ ถ้าเป็นไปได้ อยากกลับไปปีนอีก เพราะได้รับความช่วยเหลือจากพี่เจม และ ฮารรี่ Harry ซึ่งคอยช่วยสอนเทคนิค การซ้อมให้ด้วย

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ถ้าสามารถไปไหนก็ได้ มีนอยากไปปีนหน้าผาที่ไหนมากที่สุด

USA เพราะไม่เคยไป อยากไปปีนที่โน่นสักครั้ง

 

เท่าที่ทราบมีนปีนเพื่อการแข่งขันเสียส่วนใหญ่ แล้วโดยส่วนตัวชอบปีนข้างนอกรึเปล่า

นอกเหนือจากงานแข่ง ก็จะไปปีนข้างนอกบ้าง ได้บรรยากาศอีกแบบ ชอบอากาศข้างนอก ธรรมชาติด้วย สวยมากๆ เคยได้ไปปีนเขาจริงหลายที่อย่างเช่น ที่ Crazy Horse Buttress ที่เชียงใหม่ กระบี่ และก็สระบุรี แต่ว่าชอบเชียงใหม่มากที่สุดเพราะว่าอากาศไม่ร้อน

 

มีณตั้งตารอการแข่งอะไรในปีหน้ามากที่สุด

ปีหน้ายังไม่มีแผนที่แน่นอน ยังไม่มั่นใจคะ

 

ตอนนี้มีณมีเป้าหมายอะไรให้ตัวเองที่อยากจะทำให้ได้ในปี 2558

ปี 2558 อยากแข่ง tournament ระดับโลก เก็บ Ranking ฝึกพัฒนาฝีมือมากขึ้น

 

โดยส่วนตัวแล้วอยากให้การปึนหน้าผาในเมืองไทยพัฒนาไปในทิศทางไหน

อยากให้พัฒนาปีนหน้าผาในประเทศไทยในเชิงแข่งขันกีฬาให้มากขึ้น สร้างเด็กรุ่นใหม่ เสริมสร้างวิธีการออกกำลังกายอีกกีฬาหนึ่งคะ

 

Mean at World Championship in Spain
Mean at World Championship in Spain

 

There are probably only a few Thai climbers who have never heard of Puntarika (Mean) Tunyavanich before, who represented Thailand at the World Championship in Gijon, Spain this year and was able to snatch the 41th place in lead climbing. Mean started climbing when she was just 15 years old and climbing has been a big part of her life since day one. In addition to training hard and preparing for competition season and attending competitions all around the world, Mean also works part-time at Rock Domain Climbing Gym in Bangkok and is also a Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures’ official sponsored athlete.

 

What is your favorite competition from this past season?

My favorite is probably the Asian University Climbing Championship, which I was able to place 1st in bouldering and 3rd in lead climbing.

 

What aspect of competition do you like most and what about climbing that attracts you? I really love the opportunity to get to travel to various places and getting to know the language, making new friends and getting to train and climb in new environment and places. I am always fascinated by public transportation in other countries particularly in Spain where it was very convenient to get around. I also got to meet with many other world class climbers at the World Championship. I was really nervous because I was really afraid to compare myself to them but I was so happy to get to represent Thailand and did my best.

Mean with the team at Asian University Championship
Mean with the team at Asian University Championship

 

What has been your favorite country?

I was impressed with Sweden the most because I got to spend two weeks there training with Harry and James who were extremely helpful with offering new suggestions on training routines and techniques.

 

If you can go climb anywhere, where would you go? I’d love to go the U.S. because I’ve never been.

 

Were you disappointed with anything this year?

I was a bit disappointed about Asian Championship in Indonesia because my shoulder hurt quite a bit on the last year, so I couldn’t perform at my best and ran out of time. I placed 6th at that event.

 

How do you train for competitions?

I train with the team sometimes but usually I train alone at the gym. In addition to climbing at Rock Domain, I also work out at a fitness center, swim and play other sports.

 

Beside climbing, what else do you like to do?

If I’m home, I like to play games and read cartoon like most people. I also like to go to movies and I really love amusement parks and roller coasters.

 

Do you get to climb outside much?

I do climb outside once in a while. I have been to Crazy Horse in Chiang Mai, Krabi and Saraburi. I really love climbing outside because of the outdoors, the clean air and the environment. My favorite place is Chiang Mai because it’s cooler than other places in Thailand.

 

What are you looking forward to the most next year?

Not sure yet. Nothing is set and planned.

 

What is your goal for 2015?

I want to go to all the world class tournaments, improve my ranking and train harder!

 

Personally, which direction do you want to see climbing go in Thailand?

I want to see the competition aspect of the sport to grow more in Thailand. I want to see a new generation of young competitive climbers.

CMRCA’s 2015 New Year’s Resolution

As New Year approaches, it is not only important to look back and reflect on all the changes and our mistakes and successes from this year, but it is also equally as essential to look ahead and start setting some goals for next year. Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures is a firm believer in steady and constant progression, and that is why we think that it’s important to set yearly goals for ourselves to strive toward. We ask some of our CMRCA family members’ about their New Year’s Resolution for 2015 and below are their answers.
waew
Waew, Office Manager
เป้าหมายในปี 2015 พูดและเขียนภาษาอังกฤษได้ดีขึ้น เพื่อการประสานงานในการทำงานดีขึ้น
My goal in 2015 is to improve my writing and speaking in English, so that I will be able to collaborate more efficiently with my colleagues.

gee
Gee, Guide
ดื่มน้อยลงครับ
ไม่นอนดึก
โทรกลับไปหาแม่บ่อยขึ้น
ไปทำงานเช้า

My goals are to drink less, get more rest, call my mother more often and go in for work earlier.

ethan
Ethan, Senior Coordinator for Reservations and IT
My goals are to learn to trad climb, eat at 5 new restaurants a week and get rid of the warts on my feet (hehe)

tune

Tune, Program Coordinator
ขอเพิ่มน้ำหนัก 2 กิโลกรัมภายในปี 2015 และ อ่านหนังสือเดือนละ 2 เล่ม
I’d like to gain 2 kilograms in 2015 and read 2 books per month.

pui
Pui, Guide
เป้าหมายผม จะเลิกบุหรี่ จะเลิกหลายใจ
My goal is to quite smoking and stop being a player

mario
Mario, Equipment and Crag Development Manager
Use my bicycle more often to go to work
Run a full marathon and join an Adventure Race
Improve my Thai language skills and
Be able to climb at least 5.12 on Trad for my next Li Ming trip

phi
Phi, Guide and Head Facilitator
Here is My New Year’s Resolution for 2015 is to run more, get more rest and being able to climb 5.10c comfortably.

ooan
Ooan, Head Climbing Guide
I want to speak French more.
I want to climb 5.13
I want to contribute to bolting new routes.
I want to make another trip back to Li Ming.
I would like to go climbing in France with Olivia.

katie
Katie, Program Director
My new year’s resolution is to run a 10K (without stopping!) and to read more often

por
Por, Sales Manager
My new year resolution is to develop my sales team to be bigger and contribute our products to get into Thailand market.

Add
Add, Guide
1. Take the Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician course in Lander, WY on 17 Aug- 11 Sep

2. To climb some classic alpine routes on Longs peak’s the Diamond, in Eldorado Canyon, lumpy ridge, and Indian creek.

4. Study some new mountain guiding skills at Colorado Mountain School.

3. Promote wilderness medicine course in Thailand.

4. Go back to climb some crack climbing in China in October or November.

Josh
Josh, CMRCA Founder
Spend at least one full day each week with my daughter.
Take my daughter swimming at least once a week
Cook dinner for my wife and daughter once a week
Climb a desert tower
Climb Irene’s Arete and Open Book in the Grand Tetons
Redpoint 49 in Maple Canyon
Run a half marathon
Bolt at least 5 new routes
Get my weight down to 70kg and keep it there for at least 70% of the year.
Visit at least 3 places in Thailand I have never been
Create a new climbing area in a new Thailand location :-).
Do 6,000 pushups, 10,000 situps and 3,000 pullups
Take my dad backpacking in Escalante, southern Utah
Climb a big multi-pitch route with my brother

Exciting Community Events This Season

The CMRCA family is psyched to be hosting a bunch of awesome community events this high season! Below is a list of all the events coming up and a bit about them. Hope you can join us and remember to SIGN UP on the CMRCA Eventbrite page.

Climb ON!

29 November – 11th Annual Crag Clean-Up Day

-Help give back to our favorite crag! We will be fixing trails, redoing belay platforms, picking up trash, and climbing in the afternoon.

03 January – REEL ROCK 9

-Our annual screening of the Reel Rock film festival. The only screening in Thailand!

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