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Altitude 1802m a.s.l
The intriguing top pitch of Prince of Persia © climb-tafraout.com
A big, multi-pitch crag on the northeast side of the Jebel el Kest massif, comprising of 5 independent towers. Approach is a stiff 1 hour hike from Amzkhssan, but the climbing is worth it when you get there... rather like a bigger and better version of Gimmer!
About 40 routes recorded so far, but there's lots more to go at here, particularly in the upper grades.
|Some rationalisation required as all the Ardrar Umlil towers are also listed separately|
steveb2006 - 08/Feb/14
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