Climbs 19
Rocktype Quartzite
Altitude 1332m a.s.l
Faces S

Anti-Atlas climbing at its best © phantom whistler

Crag features

Also known as the Assgaour Gorge (North Wall).

200-250m routes on some of the best quality quartzite in the area. The crag is an enormous blade of rock, with the climbs on the south face and a full length abseil descent from a prominent notch in the ridge down the north face.

Approach notes

Park at the eastern end of Assgaour village. Follow a path and accompanying water pipes into a small gorge, reaching the crag (on your left) after 30 minutes.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 The Traverse
VS 4c 2
2 Left Ramp
VS 4c 4
3 Right Ramp
VS 4c 3
4 Crawl to Prayer
E3 5c  
5 Way of the Infidel
E1 5b *  
6 Storm in a Tea Cup
E1 5b 3
7 Great Shism
E2 5c ** 1
8 One Love
E2 5b 1
9 Call to Prayers
E2 5b ** 2
10 Special K
E2 5c 3
11 Waiting for the Barbarians
E3 6a ** 1
12 Onionskin Crack
E2 5b  
13 Tis Good Craic
E2 5c **  
14 The Flying Scotsmen
E6 6b ***  
15 Hospitality Attack
E3 5c ***  
16 Anti-Climax VS 5a 1
17 Valentine Day E4 6a  
18 Old Thumper HVS 5a  
19 Snake Skin
E2 5b  

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