Description

Introduction
Situated on the same headland to the south of Pui O as Temple Crag, Eagle Crag offers climbs similar in nature to those found at the more popular Beacon Hill, except
here the crag is more than twice the height. All of the climbs are between 17 and 24 m in length and the majority can be lead safely on natural gear. There is still scope
for additional new routes on the crag and numerous boulder problems can also be found in the area.
The crag is located on the shoreline of the western side of the Chi Ma Wan Peninsula, Lantau Island, below Temple Crag.
Lantau

History

This crag was initially developed by Ken Brown, Keith Rayson, Storm Bate, Martin Lancaster, Stuart Millis, Colin Spark. In 2014/2015 Alberto Cipriani and Gianfranco Bigazzi added new sport routes and created a new PDF guide book.
In 2017 Two routes are in the process to be rebolted by Alberto Cipriani, Brian Smeets and Gianfranco Bigazzi with Titanium bolts (Re-bolting project funded by Tony Climber & Al. with Climber's Calendar 2017)