Come rock climbing in Dahab and the Sinai desert of Egypt!
Let’s start with the seasons.
If you’re on your way to Dahab this summer, check out our summer climbing trips. They’re limited to late afternoons and very early mornings, but they’re still super fun. And you’ll be very happy to jump into the sea afterwards!
For our main climbing season, visit October to April. You’ll find dry granite rock all winter long, so it’s a great place to climb in winter sun. Ask us for a free pdf download of the Sinai Rock Climbing Guide!
SUMMER ROCK CLIMBING, MAY TO SEPTEMBER
Summer is mainly for the sea in Dahab. But if you’re here from May to September, and can’t stay away from the rocks, then you can climb late afternoon or very early morning. For Try climbs, we suggest a half day. For experienced climbers, camp overnight in the wadi to make the most of the climbing hours.
Learn to rock climb in Dahab! From October to April, you can do any of our Try Climbs and Climbing Courses. Some courses are for complete beginners, others for novice climbers or indoor climbers who want to move to outdoor climbing.
Try rock climbing in a beautiful outdoor setting. You can do half-day, full-day or even overnight Try Climbs. Overnight trips are a fantastic way to spend time with a group of friends, and you will all be amazed at what you can climb!
If you’d like to become a more self-sufficient climber, do a full rock climbing course. Climbing ONE is for beginners, Climbing TWO for aspiring lead climbers and Inside Out is for indoor climbers who want to cross-over to outdoor climbing.
With 4 sport climbing crags in Wadi Qnai, +40 routes from beginner to french 7b, plus new routing possibilities in accessible areas, Wadi Qnai is the perfect starting point for climbing Sinai
At the top of Wadi Qnai, you will find an almost endless bouldering area. A brisk 45 min walk from top to bottom will take you past 9 sectors with +400 problems of every grade and variety.
If you’re on your way to the Sinai, ask us for a copy of the Sinai Rock Climbing Guide. It’s available as free pdf download from dropbox or google docs, and it’s packed with topos, grades, route descriptions and general travel advice for climbers on their way to the Sinai.
I should also say that it’s been a real work of love over the years. Thanks to everyone who contributed to the Sinai Rock Climbing Guide – you’ll find photos of most of them in the guide!