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The way to the sea caves of Chekka was long and steep, but the payoff, I was told, would be worth it.– the tracks that would lead us the right way.A bad fall can result in serious injuries, but in my experience, fear of falling inhibits climbers more than falling itself.It isn't a year-round sport either; in Lebanon, the best times to go are between July and September, when the tide is relatively calm. We set ourselves up at the head of the crag and jumped to the mouth of the cave. Perhaps the rough journey to the caves in Chekka will keep away those looking to lounge around on the beach, but the added value of the relatively embryonic sport in Lebanon is precisely that it doesn't attract large crowds – yet.
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