/ NEW ARTICLE: Tafraoute, Morocco - Warm Winter Trad
"The well featured and easy-angled rock lends itself to protect-able traditional climbing, mainly in the VS to E2 bracket. The crags are generally between two and four pitches long, and can usually be gained with a thirty minute walk..."
Jack Geldard shows us some winter sun on the quartzite of Tafraoute.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=3430
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