Sector Fisuras

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Sport
Lots of sun!
3 mins
Uphill
Sheltered

The large, mosaic-cracked wall of Sector Fisuras is the most impressive area of rock developed so far along the front range of the crags at Valle de Abdalajis. The best lines are all long and require care when lowering off. On some of the climbs this will require an abseil, or a two stage lower-off, unless a 70m rope is used. Guidebook page 166.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Menos mal?
10m. Useful more as a locater than as a route. This line is the corner crack and wall set a couple of metres back from the main...
 
Strong
4c
2
Esto desploma?
12m. Climb to the same lower-off as Menos mal?
 
Technical
5a
3
Elecciones 99
13m. An unfinished line up the left edge of the wall.
 6c
4
La bavaresa
16m. The left-trending thin crack system.
2 user comments
 
2 Stars
Pumpy
5c
5
Fisura devoradora
30m. The bolted off-width crack.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
4c
6
Artelo martelo
30m. The all-consuming, never-ending, left-leading crack can be a little green early in the season.
1 user comment
 
2 Stars
Pumpy
5a
7
Dedos sangrientos
34m. Take the Artelo martelo to the upper right diagonal crack and follow this to the top. The name means 'Bloody Fingers' -...
5 user comments
 
3 Stars
Pumpy
5a
8
Cantolandia Top 50
35m. Fine climbing that reaches and then follows the cracks up the wall right of Artelo martelo.
1 user comment
 
3 Stars
Pumpy
6a
9
Fisuras armoniosas Top 50
35m. An harmonious climb that combines a technical lower section with some cracking manoeuvres high up. The pitch can be split...
3 user comments
 
3 Stars
Technical
Pumpy
6a+
10
Ozu! Esto como es?
35m. A huge pitch that tackles the blanker section of the wall towards its right-hand side. The pitch can be split at a...
6 user comments
 
3 Stars
Technical
Pumpy
6b
11
Poderio vertical
9m. The short crack, just left of the tree, to a lower-off.
 
Technical
5a
12
Despo Wall
12m. The short hard wall.
 
1 Stars
Technical
6c