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Some "sport" climbing here

The Climber's Restaurant

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Broad wall (100 m wide, 100 m high, with about 50 m high black pocketed rock), east facing, in a canyon

Ethic inherited from Jordan

History

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http://www.christine-preis.de/photogallery/Jordan/Jordan-Info/Jor-NewRoutes2002.htm#pic-climb-rest

Bernd Arnold, Atieq Auda, Martina Beitz, Tanjeff Bourget, Egbert Dozekal, Oliver Graf, Farid Islami, Christine Preis

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east-facing side of the mountain, which lies eastwards, next and parallel to Al Maghrar 1232 Dome and immediately north of Al Maghrar 1260 Dome; the east side of this mountain displays in the centre a huge smooth black wall, which has a big diedre on the left (south) end with a crack-line running to the top, and further left to this a wide chimney also running to the top

Caught in the Desert” or “The Flat Tyre” follows the finger-crack in the obvious north-facing diedre.

steep crack-climbing on good rock (except for the 2nd pitch) with solid protection in an extremely beautiful part of the desert.

FA: Egbert Dozekal & Christine Preis

NE diedre of 1232 dome Al Maghrar

FA: Wilfried Colonna, Tony Howard & di taylor, 1986

West face of 1260 dome, obvious crack line, descent via relax max,

South east side of 1260m Dome, descent via route.

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