Pared de la Cima

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Trad and Sport
Lots of sun!
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The diamond-shaped buttress which rises to the summit of the mountain is home to some impressive routes with striking lines. They require a competent approach since inevitably there is some loose rock and route-finding can be intricate. Those looking for big-mountain adventures will find little better in this book. Allow plenty of time, carry water and make sure someone back on the ground knows your plans.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Amor de Odio
E2. A great long expedition (12 pitches) which follows the lower ramp-line below Pared de la Taula, then continues up the slabs...
 
2 Stars
Loose
6a
2
Mamtastic
A superbly-positioned sport route on the upper left edge of the wall. Reach the start by locating some abseil bolts near the...
 
3 Stars
Pumpy
Crimpy
6c+
3
Diedro Edwards
E3. A striking line though the option of escape left spoils it somewhat. Start at the base of the ramp below the wall.1)...
 
1 Stars
Loose
6b
4
Notario
E5. The original climb on this wall follows the striking diagonal crack line, mostly on trad gear, with some bolted belays....
1 user comment
 
3 Stars
Pumpy
Loose
7a
5
Eye of the Wind
E6. A desperate variation on Notario. The route is worth E6.1) 6a+, 2) 6c+, 3) 6a, 4) 6b, 5) 7c, 6) 6b, 7) 4, 8) 6c, 9) 4.
 
3 Stars
Pumpy
Loose
7c
6
Alcudia
A diagonal line starting from just left of the pillar of Espolón Pertemba.Rumoured to be loose and full of prickly...
 
Loose
5c