Secondary Slab All Top roping3 routes in sector
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There is nothing bolted here as of February 2018. Scramble to the top on either side of the slab. There is ample room for a number of cams to build a bomber top-rope anchor.©
Access issues inherited from Kkungu Rock
There is a warm, friendly and curious local community. Previous climbers have negotiated to pay a 5k parking fee to the rock’s security man, Omar. Please be respectful and help preserve the nice relationship. Religious ceremonies take place at the rock on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Climbers in small groups have been allowed to climb on these days, but they are best avoided. Permission for Monday, Wednesday, and Friday climbs have been granted by the local community, but small, quiet, respectful groups of climbers have never been turned away, regardless of the day. Chances are, you've never seen a site like this!©
From the parking, walk to the main inselberg. Turn slightly left up the trail and you'll see this slab on your left within a minute or two.©
Ethic inherited from Kkungu Rock
Please be respectful of the local religious ceremonies. Please bolt at a minimum. To this point, we have only used stainless steel expansion bolts which should last for several generations. If you bolt, please only use top quality equipment.©
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