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Table of contents

1. The Camel's Head 2 routes in Area

All Sport

Long/Lat: 110.502294, 24.731762


The Camels Head crag currently only contains 2 easier routes. The cliff faces east and is shaded in the afternoon.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Oasis

The overhang is the crux. This route is dirty with some loose rock. Helmets are advised.

F.A. P Collis, B Keaty, T Ton

5.10b Sport 20m
2 ** Sheik Yahbouti

To access this route climb Oasis then move right along the ledge to the start. Jugs and jamming.

Caution, loose rock potential. Helmets are advised.

F.A. P Collis, B Keaty, T Ton

5.10b Sport 18m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.10b * Oasis Sport 20m
** Sheik Yahbouti Sport 18m