Explore Meeting Place, Rock Formations and more!

Explore related topics

TNB: Sharma and Glowacz Send World’s Steepest Rock Climb. The world-record roof climb is in the Sultanate of Oman about 62 miles southeast of Muscat. The route, Into the Light (13 pitches, 5.14a) wends its way through one of the largest known cave chambers, a spooky abyss called Majlis al Jinn—The Meeting Place of Genies.

TNB: Sharma and Glowacz Send World’s Steepest Rock Climb. The world-record roof climb is in the Sultanate of Oman about 62 miles southeast of Muscat. The route, Into the Light (13 pitches, 5.14a) wends its way through one of the largest known cave chambers, a spooky abyss called Majlis al Jinn—The Meeting Place of Genies.

Moving into the Light

Moving into the Light

Two climbers in California’s Yosemite national park make history as they reach the summit of what has been called the world’s hardest rock climb. Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell, seen climbing here, scaled the half-mile section of exposed granite known as the Dawn Wall on El Capitan peak. Corey Rich/Aurora Photos

The 20 photographs of the week

Two climbers in California’s Yosemite national park make history as they reach the summit of what has been called the world’s hardest rock climb. Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell, seen climbing here, scaled the half-mile section of exposed granite known as the Dawn Wall on El Capitan peak. Corey Rich/Aurora Photos

the Majlis al Jinn cave

12 incredible places to set your travel compass

the Majlis al Jinn cave

house-under-a-rock:  Alexander Huber in Sansara (10+ / 5.14b), Grubhörndl, Austria Photo: Michael Meisl

house-under-a-rock: Alexander Huber in Sansara (10+ / 5.14b), Grubhörndl, Austria Photo: Michael Meisl

Majlis al Jinn Cave - Oman

Majlis al Jinn Cave - Oman

Cave Majlis Al Jinn, Oman on February 28th, 2014.

Into the light Oman

Eperon Nord

Eperon Nord

Pinterest
Search