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Kyle Noruschat climbing “Fresh Air”, F6a at Hon Dua, Ha Long Bay

Vietnam rock climbing photograph – Fresh Air

The photograph shows Kyle Noruschat climbing “Fresh Air”, F6a at Hon Dua, Ha Long Bay. 

Hon Dua is an impressive tower 35m high, and is one of Ha Long Bay’s most stunning formations.  Fresh Air is a trad route that takes you to the top of this tower.

This photograph appears in the Vietnam Rock Climbing Guidebook that is available to buy from our shop.  This guidebook describes 275 sport and 19 trad routes on 29 crags concentrated in four main areas, plus 200 deep water soloing routes on 20 cliffs in Ha Long Bay. The routes range in difficulty from F4a to F8a.

Return to rock climbing in Vietnam

Return to rock climbing in Vietnam

Vietnam rock climbing guidebook

The Vietnam Rock Climbing Guidebook describes 275 sport and 19 trad routes on 29 crags concentrated in four main areas, plus 200 deep water soloing routes on 20 cliffs in Ha Long Bay. The routes range in difficulty from F4a to F8a.

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Click on the images to view a larger photograph, showing the excellent rock climbing and deep water soloing found at Ha Long Bay in Vietnam.

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Return to rock climbing in Vietnam

Vietnam rock climbing guidebook

The Vietnam Rock Climbing Guidebook describes 275 sport and 19 trad routes on 29 crags concentrated in four main areas, plus 200 deep water soloing routes on 20 cliffs in Ha Long Bay. The routes range in difficulty from F4a to F8a.