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270m, 10 pitches. 5c, 6a, 6a+, 6b, 6c, 6b+, 6c, 6a+, 5c.
The obvious chimney in the top of the wall opposite the North face of the Pison is gained from the right. One pitch (the third /or 4th, depending on stances taken of 6b is short and steep, the rest is 4 and 5. Pitch 4 ends in a cave / niche obviously used by vultures. Perhaps best avoided in the nesting season? A superb adventure!

A. Rabadá, Rafael Montaner 27/Mar/1959.

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Iain Weymouth 1 Oct Show βeta
βeta: Care with loose-ish rock on the way up to the chimney when we did this route ! We had a Spanish guidebook and hadn't realised that the star grading system was for loose rock so this route given *** wasn't quite what we expected !
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βeta: Care with loose-ish rock on the way up to the chimney when we did this route ! We had a Spanish guidebook and hadn't realised that the star grading system was for loose rock so this route given *** wasn't quite what we expected !

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