BETA PHOTO: This is a topo for "Sentinel Peak" (Left Side) and...
The Sentinels are two large large peaks side by side but separated by a gully that guard the entrance to the wadi. The Sentinels contain 11 trad routes between the two areas. The main tower on the left has 8 long routes 105m to 130m in length. The peak its self on the right is taller then the tower however the routes start much higher up, it has 3 routes; 30m and 40m in length.
This is the view of Sentinel Peak as you pass by the radio tower.
Below are useful links where you can find .pdf files on areas not printed in the guide book, other climbers, info, topos....
www.redarmadapublishing.com/updates.php This is the Guide Book
An excellent well know guide
After the Wadi Bih turn travel for 5km to the t-junction by the radio tower. Turn right travel for 800m then turn right again (South East)on to gravel road that leads in to Wadi Qada'a. Sentinel is visible and very easy to identify.
There is a small farm at the bottom and a small parking area on the right side of the road. From the parking area it is a 273 meter hike up the very steep base to the bottom of the North side of the tower. The approach is over very loose rocky terrain. We hiked to the base from the parking area with out any gear and it took us 15 min.
Weather station 13.7 miles from here
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Kharzang 5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a Asia
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This is an easy multipitch route that you can do in 2 or 3 pitches depending on how much gear you bring and the length of your rope. It follows up the obvious deep crack line in a sort of chimney. There are several great ledges to to rest on and set up as your belay station. This is a great route for beginners. It is a very easy route for experienced climber but is exciting and challenging for beginners. There is a great crack line for bomber placement the whole way up. The route also has a smal...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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