Sector Quijar

Trad and Sport
Sun and Shade
8 mins
Uphill

This sector consists of the two walls of the gully that is used to access the Pasaje Lunar, just over the col. The left-hand face is taller and has some very worthwhile climbs, the right-hand is shorter and a little less worthwhile. The upper part of Sector Casita is reached by walking past this face and turning right before the col. Guidebook page 68.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Diedraco
Off the topo to the left.
 5c
2
Pájaro
A long pitch which climbs a groove in the arete, then follows it as it curves right. Follow this to the lower-off near the...
2 user comments
 
2 Stars
5a
3
Variante I de la Pájaro
Start up the Pajaro groove and branch left to gain the face. Up this to a rightward exit.
 5a
4
Variante II de la Pájaro
A tricky start up the left-slanting crack joins the original.
2 user comments
 
2 Stars
Technical
5a
5
Vistabella City
A steep lower wall leads to a finish up the black streak above the ramp. Tough.
 
1 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
6b
6
Sobredosis
Another steep start leads to the ramp. A tricky one.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
6b
7
Directa Ana, ascenisa
From the blocks climb the wall, then the face above. There are a couple of tricky moves, one at the start and one at the end....
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
6a
8
Botella
The wide crack on the right is a great line. You will probably need some gear (at least a sling) unless you solo it.
 3+
9
Espolón Bb
The once-pegged crack and easier arete. Nuts needed.
 
1 Stars
4c
10
Bonita
A fingery wall to a thin break. Swing right, pull through the overlap then up the shallow groove.
 
Crimpy
5c
11
Bonita Directa
The direct start is just a bit harder.
 
1 Stars
Crimpy
6a
12
Variante 2 de la Bonita
The wall left of the tree soon eases.
 
Crimpy
6a
13
Variante 1 de la Bonita
A fierce minor variation is the last route on this bit.
 
Crimpy
6b+