290m, 9 pitches. An amazing little big wall adventure! A 9 pitch epic up the largest peice of rock in the area. Pitches are given french sport grades but are most definately not bolted clip ups with most having very few bolts. A rack of friends from 0.5 to 4.5 and a selection of nuts as well as 16 quikdraws are required. Pitches 4 and 5 are commonly aided at a1 on a selection of old fixed gear you need to be leading E2 well to climb this route. Pitch grades and lengths as follows 6c+ 40m, 6b+ 35m, 6a 40m, 7c 40m, 7c 35m, 6a 40m, 6a 20m, 7a 20m, 6a 20m. A superb expedition of around 9 hours to climb the walk in and out are about an hour and half each so leave enough time. Superb go do it!

Given 6a obligatory.

Antonio G. Picazo and Jose Rodriguez 1976

Macca_7 29/Sep/11 AltLd O/S

An amazing wall and a superb route so pleased to do it and in a reasonable time and style. Led pitches 2, 6 & 9. 6 being the amazing 6a crack pitch that can be seen for miles! A long 12 hour day car to car but what an experience and what a position to climb and try your first aid climbing!

with Stu Bradbury
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