Rockfax Description
The fingery wall left of El Menu de Dia leads to vertical climbing around a slight bulge at three quarters height, a stance and an easier groove. The route continues but you don't have to! © Rockfax

td72 06/Feb Lead O/S

hard start, quite close to the routes either side.

bryan61 06/Feb Lead O/S
mot1 28/Dec/16 Lead dog
Mark Reeves ?/Dec/16 -
Hidden 11/Nov/16 Lead O/S
Jack Shewring 08/Jan/16 Lead dnf

I was looking for a warm up route and quickly realised this wasn't a good choice. Very thin start, looks a good route though.

duzinga 07/Nov/15 Lead O/S
with Omer
Hidden 07/Nov/15 TR dog
hutchay 10/Oct/14 Lead rpt
mjeffery 02/Mar/14 Lead O/S
Hidden ?/Apr/13 Lead
Dave Sr 13/Apr/12 Lead RP

3go, dificult to read. New route between "Green Route" and "Menú del Día", it's real name "Maria Reyes". Let me explain a little mistake... NEVER can be a French 7a. The numbers (7,6,4+ and 8+(A2))painted on the wall means the UIAA graduation, so 7º uiaa is a real 6b/b+, 6º uiaa is a real V+, 4+ is 3º+ and 8+ is a real 7a+/b if you climb it free or A2 if you can't. Sorry for all of the people who thinks that have done a 7a, but NO, never 7a, a hard 6b+ it's the truth. Good route anyway, worth 2 stars.

with Marta
gingernick 26/Apr/11 Lead O/S
with Dean Jones
seeroo 29/Jan/10 2nd dog
with Scone
ASchwirtz 29/Dec/09 TR O/S
Nick Biven ?/Apr/94 -
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