Gorgeous location looking over the river that runs through Kilembe to Kasese at the foot of the Rwenzoris. Lots of low angle slab and some vertical to slightly over hung faces, some cracks and pockets. rock is solid and varied lines available to climb. Not a huge area and lots of it is just easy slab, but some good lines will be climbed here as the rocks are developed and climbed.
Get your self to Kasese and then head up into the foothills towards kilembe town. After passing through Kilembe town and the mines area you reach the Rwenzori trekking services building with a painted steel gate, about 12km up from kasese. If you stand at the gate and look across the road over the row of small shops you will see the rocks. If you are going to climb go up the road another 1 km to the rwenzoris backpackers. Hire a porter or guide to show you up to the rock and its a no brainer. Guides aren't really rock climbers but will know where the rock is that they train new porters to rappel off. If you hire a porter for like 10,000 ugx ($4) they will ride down or walk down from backpackers to the gate for the training center with you. They will show you the way up to the rocks and will also help keep an eye on your car and give you the best idea on weather. Basically its worth hiring a porter at least the first time and they are happy to have an easy day not lugging a huge pack up the mountain for someone else.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Kilembe Rocks:
Oreochromis Niloticus 5.5 Sport, TR, Alpine, 1 pitch, 75 feet
Aloe Vera 5.5 Sport, TR, Alpine, 1 pitch, 60 feet
Rogers in gum boots 5.6 Trad, TR, Alpine, 1 pitch, 70 feet
Fiddy in the kiddy 5.7 Sport, TR, Alpine, 1 pitch, 80 feet
Featured Route For Kilembe Rocks
Crux at the top, its like 5.3 till the end. from the ledge start where your belayer slings the tree in between the overhung wall and the left trending easy slab up. follow the slab to the point where you meet a broken overhang. Pull the overhang up to the anchors. the end is fun and feels dicey even on TR. Not bolted to lead yet....[more] Browse More Classics in International