Rockfax Description
1) 5+, 2) 5+, 3) 6a, 4) 6a. The right-hand line of bolts on the main section of the face gives a sustained climb that can be done in three or four pitches. Watch the rope drag on the spectacular final pitch through the capping roofs. © Rockfax

FA. C.MartÍnez, F.Nicolás, S.Guerrer, M.Marín

Pero 27/Dec/16 2nd

Three long pitches of 6a effectively.

cem 27/Dec/16 AltLd O/S

I led p1, the crux section of p2 & p3. P3 is the pitch that goes over the roofs; p4 is very short and not 6a. I thought the first two pitches were hard for 5+ and p3 easy for 6a. A heart-stopping moment when Pero accidently dislodged a huge block just below the top: it came horribly close to wiping out another party.

Hidden 01/Jan/16 AltLd O/S
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Adam Potter 26/Feb/09 AltLd O/S

Not sure which pitches we joined up, there were only 4.

with Andy Yule
Hidden ?/Apr/07 AltLd O/S
Hidden ?/Apr/07 Lead O/S
The Pulsing Motorik of Neu! 27/Feb/07 AltLd O/S
with Rebecca
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High 6a+
Mid 6a+
Low 6a+
High 6a
Mid 6a
Low 6a
High 5c
Mid 5c
Low 5c
Votes cast 3
Votes cast 3
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