Center Inset Rock Climbing
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There is a sixth unnamed sport route shown in the guide book, the guide books stats the route was scheduled for bolting during the time the book was written, however the route still is not bolted.
All of the routes are to the left of the stone hut built on the ledge. (Please do not disturb the hut)
This area is mostly shaded in the morning, however part of it stays shaded throughout the entire day. Periodic cooler breeze's take away some of the deserts heat.
The limestone here seems to be a bit more solid then in other places. The routes have been well cleaned but there is still a small amount rock and flakes on a few routes.
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.
The approach is very steep, with lots of loose rock. Continue up the slope towards the right, (seems to be the easiest route) There is a nice shelf at the base of the crag.
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