Type: Sport, 250 ft (76 m), 6 pitches, Grade II
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Shared By: Jayant Wakode on Jan 9, 2018
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6 pitches

2nd and 3rd pitch are crux

Pitch 1: (5.9+/5c+)
Goes up straight on the west face and then finishes after a traverse to the south face. it can be devided into 2 parts 5b(5.8+) and 5c+(5.9+).
Sunday-1 from the base

Pitch 2: (5.10c/6b) Starts with an overhang with. descent holds. Shifting to scree slab above the overhang should be done with care.

Pitch 3: (5.11a/6c) Hardesh pitch. Again overhang, but less steeper. Negotiate the open crack containing tiny and loose holds. But, the protection is good.

Pitch 4: (5.8/5b) After finishing the crack, there's an easy traverse. There is a station at the end of the open crack. But, it can be skipped and next station can be reached with by climbing+traversing 20ft. more to the right. Make sure to use long runners while traversing to avoid rope drag.

Pitch 5: (5.10a/b /6a+)
A uniform crack leading to the station below a rock roof. Descent climb. One needs to switch between layback, stemming and chimney style climbing in this pitch. This may be the most enjoyable pitch on the climb.
belay station-5

Pitch 6: (5.8/5b) Starts with a crawl through the hole and then going up and easy 15ft sequence.
eyehole in the rock at the start of pitch-6


  • Rappelling down should be done with care. Refer the topo image. It is best to have a 70m rope.
  • There's a very good chance of rope getting stuck in the rock while rappelling.
  • Follow either of the following 2 sequences for abseiling with a 70m rope.

1. Top-Station 4 (after the layback pitch)-Station 3- Station 2- Ground (on the south side)


2. Top- Station 3 (before layback pitch)- Station 2- Ground (on the south side)

------DON'T DO THIS-----

  • **If you rappel with 70m rope, you'll be able to reach Station 2 directly from the top. But you cannot pull the rope down. It will for sure get wedged in the rock and get stuck.


First pinnacle on the East of the 'Ganesh Baari khind' col in the Sunday group.
19.920129, 73.545006


Secured by chemical bolts. No dangerous runouts. Plenty of scree and loose rocks though