Route Grade Votings
Total votes cast 7
A good climb, interesting and quite popular. Start at a scratched arrow up and right of the mine-workings.</br>1) 4+, 30m. Climb the slab and short steep groove then a series of short walls before traversing left to a good stance.</br>2) 5, 30m. Up the wall - tricky in places, with spaced bolts - to the groove passing the left end of the roofs. Up this to a stance.</br>3) 4, 20m. Trend left up slabs more easily then climb up into the base of a groove and up this to a small stance.</br>4) 4+, 30m. Continue up the groove then trend left and right up the wall to the big roof. Move left to a recess and climb the right wall to easy ground.
A fine outing. Climbed it last week and really enjoyed it. The fixed gear is not as generous as other routes. We took a rack and used a fair number of wires. The climbing and the line was really good.
Also....all the pitches were longer than the length given in RF
Great climb. The fourth pitch is low on bolts and taxing for F4+. The final wall is a shock at the end.
Super route, even better than Derecha del Espolón. Spaced gear especially on pitch 2, but pitch 4 has presumably had some bolts added since the guidebook as it was the only one that didn't have spaced gear!