Location: North 13.33881, East 038.28141 (GPS at the summit)
Difficulty: YDS class 2
Climbed February 27. 2019.
How to get there:
See the description of Inatye. Route description:
From the summit of Silki, descend to the saddle separating the two peaks, then ascend
grassy patches a bit south of the summit. Gradually, turn left and ascend easy terrain
just below the main crest, in order to enter a natural passage that provides easy
access to the highest summit.
We had climbed Silki and decided that the time permitted us to
also include the nice and more rocky summit to the east in what would
consitute a nice round trip, including Beroch Wuha at the end of
We left Silki around 1140 and had a nice hike across to this "bonus" summit,
arriving there at 1300. We waited for Rob and Richard. They had wanted to scramble
across a small hump on the connecting ridge, but within 30 minutes we were all
together. We descended the same way we had ascended, located the trail connecting the
saddle below with the saddle just before
Beroch Wuha and took this route instead of
first reascending Silki.