Follando y el sol pegando

1 Stars
 6a+

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The left-hand side of the narrow tower has a tough finale.
FA. Josè Matas 1985

USER COMMENTS

Delightful climb. Delicate and thin after a short layback crack. There is a lower-off in place now, which renders the last bolt pretty much redundant. Otherwise, the bolts are very well placed (the first does look quite high, but the moves aren't difficult). A must do.
Gav McGrath - 08/Mar/05

The guide says it's sustained. They aren't kidding. Nice route, probably even nicer if it's within your ability (it was almost beyond mine).
Tony Naylor - 17/Apr/05

An absorbing route. Tricky start and defo sustained! Really nice climb.
Gregor - 29/Nov/05

I seem to have had a completely different experience from your other correspondents. The route seemed to be enjoyable grade 5 until half way up. Then a couple of 5+ moves to get up on ledges just to the left of the line of bolts; a little sharp layaway fingerhold on the right edge of a blob of rock was helpful. Now for the 6a+: a couple of thin moves past the penultimate bolt. (Other members of our party found that one could move right and do the finishing moves at 5+)
Simon Brown - 05/Nov/08

There are now 4 routes to the right of the groove which don't really seem to correspond to either the descriptions or lines on the topo! I did the 2nd & 3rd from the left and they were:
- sustained 6a+ 3* (starting up a layback flake then up the centre of the face to a LO in a little groove)
- boulder problem start up pillar on the R felt like 6b tyhen similar 6a+ up the face above to a LO under a little roof 6b 2*
The one to the L looked about 6a/+ and the one to the right much harder.
Alison Cairns - 30/Nov/14

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