BETA PHOTO: The view of "Dickinadozers" "Main F...
Dickinadozer in an ok large area with lots of potential for trad, sport and bouldering. It is made up a four areas. The "Main Face", which contains three trad routes and one sport route. The "Center Inset" which contains five sport and two trad routes. The "Far Right Side" which has three sport routes and five trad. Then there are several nice boulders to tackle at the bottom.
The crag is sunny in the afternoon, shade in the morning. Just across the road from "Cleavage". The "Center Inset" stays mostly shaded through out the day.
Below are useful links where you can find .pdf files on areas not printed in the guide book, other climber....
www.redarmadapublishing.com/updates.php This is the Guide Book
An excellent well know guide
Just across the road from Cleavage.
After the Wadi Bih turn follow the road for 5km to the t-junction. Turn right and drive for 8km where you will find a left turn (go left, if you go right you will run into the border post). Dickinadozer is about 8km past the turn on the left. The Main Face from the road. Park on the right side of road and it is about a 10 min hike.
Weather station 20.3 miles from here
11 Total Routes
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Featured Route For Dickinadozer
Hot Feet 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
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This route is the set of bolts on the far left side of the crag. The route curves to the right with a set or rappel chains at the top.If this route has a crux then it would be the traverse up and to the right between the last bolt and the bolted rappel chains. From the last bolt to the abseil chains looks rather tricky but it is much easier than it looks. The guide book rates this route at an F5 or 5.9. After climbing this route a few times I would rate it at a 5.7, the hardest portion being wha...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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