165m, 4 pitches.

Rockfax Description
One of the best-situated sport routes on the Blanca which has great climbing.
1) 6c, 45m. Climb the slab right to a crack and up it to a niche.
2) 7a, 40m. The crack leads to a stance below an overhang.
3) 7a+, 50m. Climb the roof on its left, then follow cracks to a peg. Traverse right into the wider crack and belay.
4) 6a, 30m. Climb the crack to the top. © Rockfax

FA. (Aid) Q.Soler, J.M.Orts. FFA. R.Edwards, M.Edwards 1992

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Dan Arkle 20 Jan, 2006 Show βeta
βeta: Currently still fully bolted (Jan 06) Simply superb, and very very sustained. If you climb pitch 3 for the full 50m you will no need a fourth pitch.
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βeta: Currently still fully bolted (Jan 06) Simply superb, and very very sustained. If you climb pitch 3 for the full 50m you will no need a fourth pitch.
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soph 2 Jan, 2017 AltLd O/S Brilliant line, position, and views and well bolted. Great sustained technical and interesting climbing. Pitches 2 and 3 are both much shorter than stated here. Pitch 4 is probably 6b.
with Matt Pascoe
Brilliant line, position, and views and well bolted. Great sustained technical and interesting climbing. Pitches 2 and 3 are both much shorter than stated here. Pitch 4 is probably 6b.
with Matt Pascoe
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