Avg: 4 from 2 votes
|Type:||Sport, 100 ft (30 m)|
|FA:||Nico Jah, Elad Omar|
|Page Views:||677 total · 8/month|
|Shared By:||Nico Jah on Oct 25, 2015|
If you're climbing on a 70 meter rope you start from the bottom of the mini rock tower leaning against the wall. Climber goes up left hand side and will see a first bolt on the main wall.
If you're climbing on a 60 meter rope, the belayer and climber will have to get up on the mini-tower ledge, and it's easiest to do so by climbing the right hand side of the mini-tower. There is a big space for the belayer, and the first bolt from this side will be visible, about 1.5 meters up.
Anbessa: Reachin the head wall, climb the first section on a series of cracks and jugs, go through a crimpy section to another jug and then up a crooked column that you can wrap your arms and legs around. Shimmy up to the pointy Owl's Ledge (9th bolt). Take a breather and attack the corner arete-crux with the power of the ANBESSA or Lion in Amharic.