Morocco’s Anti-Atlas mountains are a unique playground for the adventurous climber, where perfect weather, miles of sun-drenched orange rock, stunning scenery and an enchanting culture combine to create one of the world’s most exciting rock climbing destinations. With frequent flights from the UK, easy access by road, accommodation to suit all budgets and a rich and diverse culture, the quartzite mountains around Tafraoute are rapidly becoming a ‘Mecca’ for British climbers seeking an alternative winter-sun destination.
This comprehensive guidebook details 55 crags and more than 650 routes, from moderate to E6, spanning every genre of traditional climbing from roadside single-pitch desperates to 800m alpine ridge climbs. With clear photo-topos throughout, as well as the area’s first detailed and accurate maps, Moroccan Anti-Atlas North will not only be essential reading for first-time visitors, but is set to become the definitive guide for all climbers visiting this rapidly-developing
Our Philosophy is to provide all the information a climber will need in one easy-to use book… Everything from flight information and maps to get you there, to hotel details and climate and cultural information, as well as the most accurate climbing information ever compiled for this region. Moroccan Anti-Atlas North features:
Clear, detailed, easy-to-use photo-topos for 55 previously undocumented crags on the north side of Jebel el Kest.
Accurate maps, published here for the first time.
Information for travellers, including flights, car-hire,accommodation, and eating out in Tafraoute.
Action photos, historical information and anecdotes from first ascents throughout the Anti-Atlas mountains.
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