Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 12
Another long one that tackles the left-hand side of the belly. </br>1) 5. A pleasant slab pitch worth doing on its own.</br>2) 6a+. The steep wall on the left leads past the crux then move right into the dusty groove. </br>3) 6a. Next is a fine airy rising traverse into the centre of the wall (good</br>4) 5. An easier pitch around the big block.</br>5) 6a. Finish up a superb jug-infested headwall
Start is lefthand line of bolts from obvious ledge where several routes start(not the lowest point!)Crux quite hard for grade.
To find La Pancha you need to go North-West through Redovan not North-East, as stated in the guidebook. The cliff has a rather urban outlook but is easily accessed and has excellent rock.
Second pitch has definitely got a 6b move on it