Altitude 1637m a.s.l
The eye-catching slabs at Dwawj were the first rock to be developed outside of the area covered by the Cicerone guidebook, and have remained an important venue ever since. These north-facing slabs are tucked away in a high valley beyond a prominent white Mosque at the top of the recently surfaced Dwawj Hairpins, and offer some fine, big slab routes right by the roadside. Can get mossy after prolonged rain.
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