Camel trek in Sinai "Our route up into the
mountains was steep but on a substantial path. As we toiled
up, we could see one of our two camels below as it followed
us. At the high point of the pass we sat for a while beside
the remains of an old leopard trap before making a gentle
descent into a region where the valley base was lined
with walled orchards or bustans. The date was early February
and many of the trees were covered in blossom."
Heritage sites in panography - Sainte Catherine Monastery "The WHTour is a non-profit org documenting in panographies
(360-degree imaging) all sites registered on the World
Heritage List by UNESCO. [...] This is for people who
are willing to know more about the natural and cultural
heritage of our world in order to share, enjoy and protect
it for future generations. "
sinaicus, Nakamura, 1975 "Sinai Baton
Blue [butterfly] is endemic to the St. Katherine's Protectorate
in South Sinai (Egypt). It is found between about 1,700
m to 2,400 m asl, it has one generation per year (April
- July) and is arguably the smallest butterfly in the
To know more about: http://www.mjwild.com/
Rock Climbing Atlas "The trad climbing in
Egypt is amazing. The finger or hand jamming cracks go
up hundreds of metres with endless views over the desert.
Climbing these routes is real pioneering as the areas
are so big there are always lines which have never been
climbed before. But there are also bolted routes and countless
granite boulders to be found. Climbing in this wild environment
is for those who favour the unknown to its uttermost."
in Santa Catherine area in South Sinai "The
represented information is based on the many years of
experience of the famous Israeli climber Andrea Anati.
Many thanks to him!
To navigate this site it is recommended that you start
from the Interactive schema of climbing areas page containing
links to pictures of main climbing walls (with routes).
Every route has its own index (i.e. E21), that can also
be found in List of climbing routes. Some descriptions
of routes can be located by clicking on a route from List
or by clicking on index from schemas."
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