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The Mix (Take the lead or take it easy)

Created with Sketch. House #34 Old Market Street Krong Kampot, Krong Kampot 07401, Cambodia
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4 Hours

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Up to 2 days

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Group Size

10 people

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All routes are professionally bolted and suitable for lead climbing. If you got the skills already why not lead our interesting 30 meter climbs or challenge yourself by toproping above your level. Don’t worry about that quickdraw, we’ll clean after you.


  • Adventure
  • Stunning views
  • Amazing experience
  • Cave exploration

What you will do

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8:45 AM

Arrive at the mountain, get geared up, have a safety briefing and meet the site.

9:00 AM

Warm up top-rope, start leading. Choose some harder toprope climbs, enjoy lead climbing up to your level.

10:00 AM

Optional! If in need for an hour break, climbers can join the 1-hour caving tour. Wear lace-up shoes.

11:00 AM

Optional! If in need of a short break, we can take you on a 15 – 20 minutes more challenging caving tour. Wear lace-up shoes.

12:45 PM

Finish the tour.


  • Climbing Gear
  • Climbing Shoes
  • Guides
  • Water
  • Transportation (Only in Kampot town)
  • Personal Expand
  • What's not list above

Activity's Location

Created with Sketch. House #34 Old Market Street Krong Kampot, Krong Kampot 07401, Cambodia


What is Abseiling?
Abseiling or rappelling is going down with the aid of ropes and belay devices.
What is Via Ferrata?
A Via Ferrata is a steel cable attached to the rock where we clip onto twice to traverse in safety. There are 2 Via Ferratas inside the mountain and 1 on top of the mountain.
What is easy climbing?
Easy Climbing is a 30 meter very easy climbing route, like a tough scramble. You are belayed by a guide from above for maximum safety. As you climb (scramble) upwards, we keep the rope that holds you tight. There is no fall factor whatsover.
What is the different between Toprope and Lead climbing?
Toprope means the ropes are already hanging through the anchor above. On 1 end the climber is climbing stress-free and on the other end the belayer is belaying (keeping the rope tight). There is no fall factor. Lead climbing means there are no ropes hanging through the anchor above. While climbing, the climber clips quickdraws into the bolts and threads the rope through the quickdraw, exposing the climber to a fall-factor. This is not stress-free.


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