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Altitude 1406m a.s.l
Honker (E2 5b) on the Upper West Walls at Tifghelt © Steve Broadbent
This is the large, complex cliff just before the Tifghelt col and on the south side of the road. It has a distinctive striped appearance in some light conditions. There is a large mossy looking gully/fault in the centre of the cliff and a distinctive slanting crack to its right. Fine quality and varied routes, mainly single pitch but with a few multi-pitch outings up the main face.
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