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Description

Around a dozen of sport routes on the slightly elevated "Balcony".

Access issues inherited from Ein Farah

Ein Farah/Ein Prat is part of an National Park called Wadi Qelt within Area C (Israel controlled) of Palestine's West Bank. You can climb from sunrise to sunset within the permitted zone. The quickest access is through the National Park where an entrance fee is requested. You can also chose the longer hike in without entering the National Park, but in that case you have to limit your climbing to the Southern Cliff. Be ware that you are within the military occupied West Bank and that you will have to pass armed checkpoints, soldiers and security forces depending on from where you approach.

Approach

Srcamble up some meters directly to the right of Ventilator Sector.

Descent notes

Come down the way you came up.

Ethic inherited from Ein Farah

Ein Farah is located within an Israeli National Park. Climbing is only allowed within the area indicated by signs. Please be friendly to park rangers and take your trash home.

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Routes

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First route on the very left of the balcony.

Good for beginners. Starts with an easy slab to 2 small shelves before becoming more vertical.

Good warm-up. Easy start, a bit harder on the face - like most of the routes in this sector

Up to the cave, out to the right of it and then straight up. Interesting rock towards the end.

Pretty cruxy in the middle.

Hold tight on small crimps.

More crimps.

Interesting moves on small sharp crimps.

Last route on the right, just left of the sign. Easy start, quite tough after the band. Probably 6c-ish.

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