Avg: 2 from 1 vote
|Type:||Sport, 95 ft|
|FA:||Gili Tenne (2009)|
|Page Views:||443 total · 5/month|
|Shared By:||Ben Tischler on Jan 12, 2012|
This route, the right most in the group of three, is a sustained 5.7 (4+ French), with the crux coming somewhat in the middle - essentially a big step up. The top is a little runout, but the last few moves are essentially hard fourth class. It is a really fun beginner route, and a great place to make the transition from lead climbing in a gym to sport climbing outdoors. The view is spectacular from the top, just make sure that you put the centre mark of the rope through the anchors to rappel, otherwise your rope might not reach the ground.
Follow the cliff-side path. This is the right-most route in the area, and is on the right of the arrete that surrounds the cave.