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Table of contents

1. New Delhi Area 0 routes in Crag

Description:

A few small crags are located on the Delhi Ridge, the northernmost tip of the Aravalli Range. The rock here is a lovely deep red quartzite, solid and hard - this is the red rock that was used in the Red Fort, Humayan's Tomb and numerous other monuments around the city.

1.1. Old Rocks 0 routes in Crag

Unique Features And Strengths:

The main outdoor spot in Delhi.

Description:

A 10m partially quarried freestanding pinnacle of quartzite with a small temple on top. Best with a top rope, but some ok boulder problems / highball solos too.

Note: descent off the top of the pinnacle is a little tricky. Make sure you scope it out before committing to the top.

Approach:

Walk in from the Mehrauli-Badapur Rd.

1.2. Dhauj 0 routes in Cliff

1.3. Kot 0 routes in Cliff

2. Index by grade

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