The promo blurb for the guide book says "Oukaimeden Morocco Bouldering has the potential to be the next Rocklands. It is the first bouldering destination in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. In summary, the guidebook includes 700 problems of which almost 80 problems in the 7th grade, approximately 450 in the 5th and 6th grade and 150 beginner problems ranging between 3 to 4+."
> The promo blurb for the guide book says "Oukaimeden Morocco Bouldering has the potential to be the next Rocklands."
As an aside, how many more Rocklands are in Africa waiting to be discovered? It's an absolutely huge place and clearly has lots of potential for rock climbing. Whilst the Med seems to be a huge limestone bowl with unending sport climbing, Africa seems to have a lot of granite and sandstone which are pretty good for bouldering (and everything else really).
Been there in the winter (Feb) about thirty years ago and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. There was no guide, we had no maps, but just prospected like pioneers, mainly winter climbing some of the bigger peaks. Superb weather all week. The locals were very friendly, but that was obviously before all this Taliban stuff, and all that has since followed to sour relations with the West.