Another long one that tackles the left-hand side of the belly.
1) 5. A pleasant slab pitch worth doing on its own.
2) 6a+. The steep wall on the left leads past the crux then move right into the dusty groove.
3) 6a. Next is a fine airy rising traverse into the centre of the wall (good
4) 5. An easier pitch around the big block.
5) 6a. Finish up a superb jug-infested headwall
Start is lefthand line of bolts from obvious ledge where several routes start(not the lowest point!)Crux quite hard for grade.
db - 11/Mar/05
To find La Pancha you need to go North-West through Redovan not North-East, as stated in the guidebook. The cliff has a rather urban outlook but is easily accessed and has excellent rock.
We did a 6a start to the left of the described start and thought the crux pitch deserved 6b.
Tim Jepson - 15/Nov/07
Second pitch has definitely got a 6b move on it
Jonathan Preston - 29/Nov/10
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