Moskitos (La Visera) 6b
[Moskitos pitch 4., 3 kb]The 'easy' classic of the Visera.
Pitches: 5c, 5c, 4c, 5c, 6a, 6b, 5c, 4c.
J. Olivar & A.Sánchez 1976

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This climb is in 54 logbooks, and on 2 wishlists.

Hidden - AltLd O/S - 21/May/15

The traverse pitch is one of the best pitches I've done anywhere. Did this in the morning followed by Dr Infierno in the afternoon.
Andrew Barker - AltLd O/S - 14/Apr/15 with Si

Hidden - AltLd - 03/Nov/14

Hidden - AltLd O/S - 03/Nov/14

Rapped off 3rd pitch.
grady_9 - AltLd dnf - 31/Oct/14

Hidden - AltLd O/S - 09/Oct/14

brilliant route but the 6b pitch is more like hard 6b+.
andy.smythe - AltLd - 06/Oct/14

best climb of 2014 !!
derekb - Lead O/S - 06/Oct/14 with Andy riglos

Hidden - Lead - 04/Oct/14

xiangoh - AltLd - Oct/14

What an intro to potatoe pulling... Lead the crux pitch.
D.Russell - AltLd O/S - 29/Sep/14 with Adam

Hidden - AltLd O/S - 29/Sep/14

Climbed the first two pitches of Zulu at 6a+ to get past a slow party of three who'd just started. Didn't give a very good account of myself on the crux pitch, but loved the route, especially the 6a traverse pitch. A good intro to Riglos.
ChrisBrooke - AltLd - 07/Jun/14 with Duncan Bell

Dizz - AltLd - 18/Apr/14 with Hugh T

Atmospheric - the route that gets you into the positions of the big stuff with less of the difficulty. Bit sunblasted by the end today. Crux pitch has some pretty tough moves on it.
AJM - Lead O/S - 15/Apr/14 with Naomi Bessey, Ali Morris

Blazing sunshine with an early start. Base jumpers. Loved the crack pitch & the traverse. Ran out of steam by the 6b pitch.
NB Pixel - 2nd dog - 15/Apr/14 with Ali B, Andy

greenclimb - AltLd O/S - 09/Apr/14 with Sarah

M_Robinson - AltLd - 09/Apr/14 with Kyle Walker

Another riglos adventure. The 6b pitch is very stiff. Led pitches 1,3,5,7,9.
gavinpeach - AltLd - 28/Mar/14 with Kasia

Hidden - AltLd O/S - 28/Mar/14

Hidden - AltLd - 21/Mar/14

Just arrived in Riglos and immediately headed up to try this classic route on La Visera around 2pm. Climbed with a single 80m rope alternating 'big' leads and managing rope drag especially on the linked dihedral pitches to the 'throne'. Final pitch proved a great introduction to the 'panzas' with two hard sections (especially as it was a cold, windy day and we felt rather cold by this point). A super intro to the Riglos style which warmed us up though for the Fiesta the following day!
John Carney - AltLd - 30/Jan/14 with Germain Mousset

Used a vague topo. Climbed too far up the corner, realised we were off route and abbed off.
Olli-C - AltLd dnf - 24/Oct/13 with Rachel Slater

Justin T - AltLd O/S - 26/Sep/13 with Nick P, Nick B

Matt Harle - AltLd O/S - 24/Sep/13

radioshed - AltLd - 04/Jun/13 with Albert P, dave s

6b pitch was quite tricky but nice rests on ledges
David Stevens - AltLd O/S - 04/Jun/13 with Albert Palomer, Matt Craig

Last min decision, 3.15 start so had to get on with it, back at refuge for 7. Ace route 6b pitch felt quite hard for the grade.
Phill Mitch - AltLd O/S - 19/Apr/13 with Pete Brown

kevg - AltLd - 02/Apr/13 with Burnsie

Hidden - AltLd - 02/Apr/13

Peter Reynolds - AltLd - Apr/13 with tom o'shea

Hidden - Apr/13

ian caton - AltLd O/S - 05/Oct/12 with Abi

Abi Chard - AltLd - 05/Oct/12 with Ian

Fultonius - AltLd O/S - 29/Aug/12 with Andy Inglis

andyinglis - AltLd O/S - 29/Aug/12 with Alasdair Fulton

andybirtwistle - AltLd - 25/Apr/12 with Tom Smith

jordan taylor - AltLd O/S - 05/Nov/11

Hidden - AltLd O/S - 22/May/11

pabbage - 27/Apr/11

Tom Livingstone - AltLd O/S - 16/Apr/11

Hidden - AltLd O/S - 15/Apr/11

Great way to get through some impressive ground. 1st route of the week and a great intro. 6a traverse was a highlight and the 6b felt stiff. Lead P1, P3, P5, P6...I think.
farmus21 - AltLd - 14/Apr/11 with Sam Radcliffe

samrad - AltLd - 14/Apr/11 with james G

mlg678 - Lead O/S - Mar/11

Just 2 pitches, something to do in the rain
mark20 - AltLd dnf - 03/Apr/10

An absolute must for any party visiting the area, massive exposure on relaively easy ground. Crux pitches high in air made for a phenomenal day out and definately one we won't forget in a hurry. Well bolted, well travelled, big holds, comfortable belays, big exposure and an easy descent give this route its well earned title of 'gran-classica'
AMarchant - AltLd dog - 16/Oct/09 with Anthony Eccles

highclimber - AltLd O/S - Sep/09 with Alex Marchant

Another fantastic outing! Done in rain/sleet/snow, but route dry due to crazy overhang at the top of la visera. Lead 6a crack, and 5c crack, both felt 6a to me, spaced bolts, lots of air beneath your feet, but good holds. Traverse at the end is the most exposed, wild, brilliant 15 or 20 metres of climbing ive ever done.
Sam1991 - AltLd O/S - 30/Oct/08 with Andy and Dan

dts - AltLd O/S - 30/Oct/08 with Andy Taylor, Sam Dixon

Hidden - AltLd - 30/Oct/08

Not really a great route but pleasant enough.
Dave Musgrove - AltLd O/S - Oct/03 with Rupert Wyard, Dave Campbell

dan gibson - AltLd O/S - Mar/01 with anthony prior, helen gibson

whispering nic - Mar/94 with lionel

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