Type: Trad, 50 ft
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Shared By: nicojah Parco on May 4, 2015

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Climb a series of diagonal cracks trending left towards a small ledge. Here is the first of two bolts up a small face and the anchors.

Galatoma means 'thank-you' in the Afan-Oromo language, which is the language spoken by the people living in Kile, the village above the cliff. Although Amharic is the country's national language, several other languages are spoken by millions of people. Afan-Oromo is the second most widely spoken.


This route is to the right of Chigger Yellem starting below the two big diagonal cracks.


Bring a varied rack, small and big. Two bolts and then anchors.