Beit Chlela

 

 

Climbs 19 (6b to 7b+) – Rock Type Limestone – Altitude m a.s.l

Distance from Beirut 74 KM ; 1h15 – Season to climb: All year

A nice intermediate-advanced North facing crag, you will enjoy climbing in the shade during the hot lebanese summer. This crag was developed in 2018 by Pascale Matera, Michel Matera, Jad Khoury, Georges Emil, Jakob Farah, David Adams, Laurent Outtier, Stephane Chabert, Sebastien Bohin and Raphael Pedron.

How to get there

On the road taking you from Batroun to Tannourine, and arriving in Beit Chlela, you will see a sign on your right of a maronite church with a white cross. Take the off road going up until you get to a parking spot. Make sure you park well so there is enough space for other cars. Follow the path from the parking road on foot for about 30m, you then take the steep path on your left and go up until you see the big white cross. At that point you can see the crag and follow a small path going up to the right. Total ascent time is 10 to 15 min.

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All names are written on each route:

Sector Maya (walk 5 min on the left)

1-      Alien Ant Farm - 6b  (Jad Khoury)

2-     L’arche de Maya - 7a+ (Michel Matera)

3-     Choupette - 6b (Laurent Outtier)

4-     Oktober Fest - 6b (Stephane Chabert)

Sector Hangover

9-    Coup de foudre - 7a+  (Pascale & Michel Matera)

10-   L’épée de Damocles - ? (Pascale & Michel Matera)

11-   Oakie Douki - 7c  (Jad Khoury)

12-   Hurobalu - 7b  (Sébastien Bohin)

13-   Merci ktir “les lapins” - 6b  (Pascale Matera)

14-   Anouk - 6c (Jakob Fahra & Michel Matera)  

15- La Diagonale - 7a+ (Pascale & Michel Matera)

1-      C’est pas pire - 6c+  (Pascale et Michel Matera)        

2-     Chukraan SBW - 6c (Sebastien Bohin)

3-     Acid Burn - 7b+ (David Adams)

4-     Alice ça glisse - 7a (Raphael Pedron)

5-     ? - 7b+ (Georges Emil)

6-     ? - 7c (Georges Emil)       

7-     The Hangover 3 - 7b  (Georges Emil)

8-    La Milanou - 7a (Laurent Outtier)