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Member Since: Jan 26, 2013
Last Visit: Nov 14, 2014
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The crew from left to right: Santiago Ibaņez, myself. and Eduardo Ibaņez, after 8 hours climbing and 2 hours descending, back at the base of the climb. Great route!  There was a lot of snow accumulation at the top and climbing right to the belay tree was impossible to protect. Had to climb further to the right and then downclimb to the rap tree.  Belaying from top of pitch 7 looking down, Santiago Jaime and Eduardo Ibaņez climbing to the anchor. There was plenty of snow, in fact at the start of the seventh pitch we had chest-deep snow.  This is where we found those explosive holds we read about. The rock practically crumbles when you touch it. We had to dig in the rock to get something relatively solid to hold on. Protection is hard to come around, but there's a bolt in the little roof where the blue rope is protected and there's another one on climber's left.  Eduardo Ibaņez leading the fifth pitch. We found a bolt on the right side, but the climbing on the right is awfully harder that that on the left. Nevertheless the rock on the left side is way more rotten. 01/25/2013. 
Snow Blind Friend, Walk the Line? (submitted as Attractive Hazard) 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a WI4+ M6 X
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