La Taula/Regalo de díaz
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One of the best-situated sport routes on the Blanca which has great climbing.</br>1) 6c, 45m. Climb the slab right to a crack and up it to a niche.</br>2) 7a, 40m. The crack leads to a stance below an overhang.</br>3) 7a+, 50m. Climb the roof on its left, then follow cracks to a peg. Traverse right into the wider crack and belay.</br>4) 6a, 30m. Climb the crack to the top.
FA. (Aid) Q.Soler, J.M.Orts. FFA. R.Edwards, M.Edwards 1992
Currently still fully bolted (Jan 06)
Simply superb, and very very sustained.
If you climb pitch 3 for the full 50m you will no need a fourth pitch.
Dan Arkle - 20/Jan/06
Incredibly beautiful setting, rock and route. It's a pity it's only 4 pitches long.
P1 6c+ for me.
P2 hard 7a if not enough good in finger jams like me. 30 meters long.
P3 very nice and not too hard, 25 meters long, surely not 50!
P4 nice 6b for me.
2 or 3 little friends here and there are useful but not necessary.
Decent: three rappels on the route (30 + 50 + 40)
There's a new bolted route on the left ending at P3 of La Taula. Seems very good and hard.
elvio - 11/Jan/11
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