DISCLAIMER

Disclaimer of Trespass

Some climbing areas in this directory lie on private land. These areas were included as a historical and informational source. It does not give anyone the right to trespass.

While we have tried to acquire the most up-to-date information, we have not personally visited every area described herein. Your use of this site indicates your assumption that it contains errors and an acknowledgement of your own sole responsibility for your safety.

Land ownership is constantly changing. Please make it your responsibility to find out who owns the land you wish to ascend.

On private land, please ask permission first, or do not climb there. It is your responsibility as a climber, civilian, and to the world climbing community. (Besides, if you trespass, you could get yelled at, stoned, or shot at....welcome to Lebanon!)

Disclaimer of Liability

CLIMBING IS A DANGEROUS SPORT!

Involvement in rock climbing carries a significant risk of personal injury or death. CLIMB AT YOUR OWN RISK!

The creators of this site, contributors to this site, recommend the use of professional instruction before entering into the sport. Please become knowledgeable about the risks involved and be willing to assume personal responsibility for your actions.

WARNING: CLIMBING IS A SPORT WHERE YOU MAY BE SERIOUSLY INJURED OR DIE.READ THIS BEFORE YOU USE THE INFORMATION ON THIS SITE.

This guide is a compilation of unverified information gathered from many different climbers. The author cannot assure the accuracy of any information in this site, including the maps and route descriptions, the difficulty ratings, and the protection ratings. These may be incorrect or misleading and it is impossible for any one to climb all the routes to confirm the information about each route. Also, ratings of climbing difficulty and danger are always subjective and depend on the physical characteristics (for example, height), experience, technical ability, confidence and physical fitness of the climber who supplied the rating. Additionally, climbers who achieve first ascents sometimes underrate the difficulty or the danger of the climbing route out of fear of being ridiculed if a climb is later down-rated by subsequent ascents. Therefore, be warned that you must exercise your own judgment on where a climbing route goes, its difficulty and your ability to safely protect yourself from the risks of rock climbing. Examples of some of these risks are: falling due to technical difficulty or due to natural hazards such as holds breaking, falling rocks, climbing equipment dropped by other climbers, hazards of weather and lightning, your own equipment failure and failure or absence of fixed protection.

You should not depend on any information gleaned from this website for your personal safety; your safety depends on your own good judgment, based on experience and a realistic assessment of your climbing ability. If you have any doubt as to your ability to safely climb a route described in the website, do not attempt it.

THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, THAT THIS WEBSITE IS ACCURATE OR THAT THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN IT IS RELIABLE. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR THAT THIS WEBSITE IS MERCHANTABLE. YOUR USE OF THIS SITE INDICATES YOUR ASSUMPTION OF THE RISK THAT IT MAY CONTAIN ERRORS AND IS AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF YOUR OWN SOLE RESPONSIBILITY.



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