185m, 6 pitches. Climbs the deep chimney in the right hand side of the Pison. Not really a sport route as not much fixed gear. A number of overhanging pitches provide steep entertainment and are well equipped with pegs, threads etc. It appears these sections are sometimes aided. From the col, continue up the shoulder of the Pison slightly leftwards, then directly to the summit. (Bolted) Pison Normal route

J. Panyela, A. Casallas 28/Jun/1946

Andypeak 04/Oct/14 Lead dnf

got to the base of the chimney and decided to bail as another team were climbing just to the left of it and knocking a lot of loose stuff off which was being channeled down the chimney straight at us. One for a weekday i think when it is less busy.

bluesharper 16/Apr/13 AltLd

We finished at the saddle and did not continue to the top of El Pison. We did not join any pitches. We used all the bolted belays except one, where I used a big stone instead, we also finished on a route to the right at the end of pitch 7. This gave a total of 8 pitches. I lead pitches 2,4,6,8. We lead without aiding.

with Rafal
tonanf ?/Apr/12 AltLd
with hayden, andy, Pep
Ken Applegate 11/Sep/10 Lead

Dirty in places, but overall, a great route.

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