Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 2
More adventurous than Princesa, and on great rock. There are various ways of combining pitches, including doing the whole thing in just three pitches with 60m ropes.</br>1) 6b+. Climb the steep wall past an optional stance to a small ledge - a long pitch, the upper part of which has a line of bolts that lead left into the line of Princesa - do not go this way.</br>2) 6a. Climb up left then back right to a poor sloping stance.</br>3) 6b+. Move up and right via thin moves and tackle the overhang (try not to go too direct) and continue to a stance.</br>4) 6a. Continue up on great rock to a shared stance with Princesa.</br>5) 6b+. Tackle the overhang and enjoy the steep slabs to the top, passing another optional belay.</br>Descent - As for Princesa.
there are now two (or more) harder pitches diverging from the route - the first going over a bulge to the right of the route (after 1,5 pitches, new bolts), the second as a variant of the last pitch, diverging to the left. To topo foto is not to precise so be careful not to be confused. then it is a marvellous route!!