3 Sisters Adventure Trekking/Harry Brands bolted the climbs here, and they expect payment of 500 Nepali rupees (approximately 6 USD) per person per day to climb.
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14+ routes, all bolted and numbered on chossy pocketed conglomerate. Very closely bolted, with many climbs sharing same anchors. Most anchors are rings/quicklinks. Climbs range from 4b to 7c on the French system, though these ratings feel rather soft. Gets a bit of traffic via the 3 Sisters Adventure Trekking training/guide programs. Cheap lodging and good food nearby.
If you find yourself in Pokhara, Nepal, find your way to the "Lakeside-6" area, and continue along the shore past the main strip, until you come to Chhetri Sisters Hotel, and/or 3 Sisters Adventure Trekking. The approach to the crag can be found by turning right at the 2nd alley past Chhetri Sisters Hotel. Continue up the alley toward the dark, leftmost, prominent rock outcropping, and explore the small paths up the hill until you get there. It should be about a 20-30 minute uphill walk from the road.
Short, pumpy climb, with glue-ins. Somewhat tightly bolted, but one of the most fun climbs on the wall. We were told that it was rated 7a (European system), but we thought it felt 5.10a-ish. ...[more]Browse More Classics in International