A line up the grey buttress that forms the right-hand side of the face. It is the most popular of the longer routes.
1) 5. Climb to the base of a big tapering chimney.
2) 6a. Move right onto the arete (lower-off) then up to a steep bulge. A tricky pull gains the belay on the right.
3) 6a+ A steep rising traverse leads left then head straight up the wall to easier ground.
4) 5+. The final pitch is very pleasant.
Descent - Abseil back down the route. © Rockfax
FA. P.Hernández, T.Pastor 1998
|Climber||Date||Style||Notes & Partners|
loved it, quite a nerveous moment on the traverse. Bring a long enough rope, route is slightly longer than indicated in the guidebook.
|Tom Phillips||01/Mar/13||Lead O/S|
|Alan James - UKC and UKH||28/Mar/11||AltLd||
I lead pitches 2 and 4. The local guide shows the first pitch as 10 metres at F4. The Rockfax version makes more sense, goes through the cave rather than the line on the topo.