10 pitches. El Moro first know ascent in Septemeber, 1988 by Dennis Morrod takes the prominant buttress immediately left of the descent gully. The buttress can be climbed by numerous variations to the actual summit. El Moro starts in a bay round to the left of the foot of the buttress climbing to the spine and following it the first main wall. This is skirted via an airy balcony round to the right into a gully the right wall of which, is climbed to a huge detached flake of which, the left edge is taken. Pleasent steep walls above finish at the first large, red-dot for the descent gully. One can continue direct to the summit. This is a mountaineering route with numerous difficult variations.

Dennis Morrod and clients Sep/1988

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ClimberDateStyle
A Mountain Journey 23/Jan Lead

Had planned on Espolon Central today but it was crawling with climbers, so this was second choice but still a fine day out in the mountains.

with Kate
Brian Dalrymple 10/Mar/14 TR O/S

Supervision of SouthWeast ACF Cadets

with Colin Davies
Brian Dalrymple 10/Mar/14 TR O/S

Supervision of SouthWeast ACF Cadets

with Colin Davies
alpinebutterfly 06/Jan/13 2nd
with S Guest, M Eddy
BelleVedere 05/Jan/13 2nd

More climbing rocks, than rock. Climbing a bit broken and unsatisfying. Climbing as a 3, so 2nding all the way.

A Mountain Journey 05/Jan/13 Lead
Sam_Marsland ?/Dec/12 AltLd O/S
A Mountain Journey ?/Dec/12 AltLd
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