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Sif Rock Tafraoute, MOROCCO
Climbs 3 – Rocktype Quartzite – Altitude 1522m a.s.l – Faces N
Frequently mistaken as a buttress of the Great Rock itself, this large isolated buttress stands independently between the Samazar Hairpins and the north face of the Great Rock. The rock has seen little attention from climbers due to a lack of eye-catching lines, though some of its lower ramparts have seen some interest, focussed on the northeast side where the road passes closest to the rock.
Tafraout - Rock Climbing in Morocco's Anti-Atlas (2013), Moroccan Anti Atlas North - Climbing on the North Side of Jebel el Kest (2010)
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