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Cave Climbing in Chiang Mai

Surachet "Add" Kongsingh leading the airy first pitch of Anxiety State Crisis, 7a, Crazy Horse Buttress
Photo by Dan Morris

Cave Climbing. Photo copyright Dan Morris
The Anxiety State Crisis Cave (Tham Wiung Fah) is a massive cavern, more than 70m deep, inside the limestone formation that makes up Crazy Horse Buttress. This is, without question, the most incredible climb I’ve ever done. Anxiety State Crisis takes a line up the featured pillar in the center of the cave. Alternatively, for those looking to go down, just left of the climb’s start is a hole leading even explorers even deeper. Check out for more information on this amazing location.

Dan Morris
Dan Morris specializes in documentary, commercial, portrait and adventure photography. Dan has shot for clients all over the globe, including ESPN, Walt Disney Corporation, Iomega and more. His work has appeared in TIME, Outside, National Geographic Adventure, The Guardian, Details and Action Asia Magazines, to name a few.
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